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View of Xeriscape Garden
landscaping for our mid century modern home
gorgeous, large succulents planted in a courtyard or entrance. I love succulents, they are so sculptural and so bold, they always make such an impact no matter where you put them
inside courtyard...Courtyard landscape
lisa gutow design
Those fixtures were bought at Mak & Jill's Abode, an eclectic home furnishings store in downtown San Clemente. They are vintage and one of a kind though. :(
AFTER: Replacing the courtyard door with the smaller window on the left created room for cabinets, including the ones below the window and the unit that sits on the counter, holding the coffeemaker and microwave. The playful blue pendants add some necessary color; the client found these vintage pieces
The desk was a display piece at the Arte Italica showroom in NYC which I purchased a few years back when they where renovating. If you Google Spanish desk with stretcher you will be able to fine some similar.
what if these were mirrors home offfice
HOME OFFICE: Maybe a built in for the computer with a wall for a side desk (accent
courtyard off entry or off any space is very nice
what a foyer...personalite plus and you get all that from the moment you step into this home
everything we own needs to be kid friendly, preferably washable. If it's uncomfortable or can't be cleaned, it's out. I want to live in a house that's a home, and our kids need to feel like this is their place too, not just a showboat."
Linda Medina Interior Design
This guest bath won San Diego Home and Garden Magazine bath of the year award. The 1970's bath was completely remodeled to create an eclectic exotic mix of Moorish, India, Indonesian, Asian and Spanish styles. The bath reflects the individual style of its Cosmopolitan owners.
The mask on the wall can be used in each room in the house to unify the theme of the home.
the region and rich, organic hues, this trend has a style-without-borders attitude. Identifying your ancestral roots and incorporating them into your home establishes a connection with your predecessors and instills a sense of reverence and pride in your culture. This trend also celebrates exploration
d'apostrophe design, inc.
Dave Adams Photography
French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by http://www.daveadamsphotography.com
courtyard & garden
What are the building materials for the lower part of the home?
how do I build like this....won't it hurt the tree roots? We have a giant oak tree 18 feet behind our home. It is the only direction we can build. We have been told to cut it down.:((((. It's
save a tree and make a beautiful courtyard area...
Beautiful wood and incorporation of home around great tree
The biggest design dilemma was the giant oak tree enclosed by the home. This particular part of the property, which the family loved, is surrounded by limiting geography, including a creek on one side. They had no choice but to build in this particular spot. "It's a beautiful old majestic tree, and
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