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1,392 yard pond Entry Design Photos
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Front yard ideas in different styles of concrete, tile & etc
Lovey front yard...Front yard stones...Front yard
the gudhouse company
Pattern of pavers for side yard
side yard stone...Stepping stones for side yard
rustic stone homes from the south of France, looks out onto the pool and yard on one side and inward to an enclosed courtyard on the other. Modern technology
yard / walkway...Open back yard area
mediterranean retreat in palo alto
the idea of brick laid in sand, but is it a good idea/investment for a back yard patio? I really appreciate your feedback. Thank you!
Side door for yard...Court yard entry
Arkin Tilt Architects
Vine Hill Road Straw Bale Residence
really like entrance into interior court yard ....
Really makes house part of the yard, I like it.
idea for breeze way and court yard...Court yard ??
Randall Mars Architects
See through to back yard Glass front door
Back yard sliding door idea...Great court yard entrance...window concept to back yard
Moore Architects, PC
of the house was pulled forward three feet to maximize the existing front yard building setback. A six-foot deep porch that stretched across most of the
elevation was added, pulling the house closer to the street to match the front yard setbacks of other local early twentieth century houses. This cozier relationship
second floor is a short efficient hall with a twin window view to the rear yard. From this hall are entrances to the master bedroom, second bedroom and
shower with a round-river-stone floor with a high window facing into the rear yard, and wood paneling similar to the new wood paneling on the first floor spaces
Virginia Tradition Builders
Rollingwood Hills Addition
big box lumber yards, so sometimes we have good luck ordering through them, but usually prefer to go through a contractor's lumber yard where we tend to
Hello- This is a door from a contractor's lumber yard that most door pros or general contractors will be able to order for you
brought in. The same is true when you order through a contractor's lumber yard, but they can both "customize" the door and sidelights in 2" increments.