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Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
plan design centers on maximizing the views, while extensive glazing is carefully placed to frame and enhance them. The residence opens up to the outdoor living and views from multiple spaces and visually connects interior spaces in the inner court. The client, who also specializes in residential interiors
Outdoor space design is fantastic/ Would love details.
Like the wood and lights under the outdoor ceiling
The pool reminds me of summer
Maybe 2 rectangular f/p either side of pool entrance?
mixed use of materials, outdoor living area and pool
Stone outside wood soffit under overhang.
“exterior” — annadzadey
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
grid in summer 6 year payback! - all native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through ventilation provides natural night cooling, taking advantage of cooling summer breezes
rhythm of exposed beams and stone columns that frame the spectacular views of the Santa Clara Valley and the Los Gatos Hills. A shady outdoor loggia and cozy outdoor fire pit create the perfect environment for relaxed Saturday afternoon barbecues and glitzy evening dinner parties alike. A glass “wall
flat roof with windows under and trim pieces/beams under roof
Glass windows lots of light indoor outdoor lifestyle
“EXACT!” — abajah
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
If this A frame roof/porch were added onto an existing building, basically extending the existing roof, (excluding: fireplace, furniture, & decorative slab) what would you estimate the cost to be? Please explain if possible. Near Dallas, Tx.
I love the overhang allowing to use outdoor space even when raining
fireplace and window wall to outdoor living area
their furniture.Siting the home atop a hill just above where the former barn stood means it enjoys spectacular views across the bucolic landscape. Because of the north-facing orientation, the house gets great natural light, without the solar heat gain from direct southern sunlight in the summer.The p
walls around the pool. Meanwhile, the family made plans to use as much of the old structure as possible for future projects and in some of their furniture.Siting the home on top of a hill just above where the former barn stood means it enjoys spectacular views across the stunning landscape. Because of
“Fireplace. Window bank.” — louisianadame
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Salem Avenue Renovation
well with our "Saltbox Design (single sloping roof)" mixed with three various sized front gables. Grays and greens are considered neutral colors for outdoors. I do think my roof matches the Cromwell Gray more than I like. Our side and front driveways are aggregate style concrete. I prefer this look over
requesting and good luck with your project! Trim/pillar colors: Ben Moore. Elephant Tusk. OC-8. Portico Ceilings (stained wood). Ben Moore, Mid Summer Night. 2134-20. Siding: James Hardi Cement Board siding with custom paint color. Ben Moore. Copley Gray. HC-104 Roofing: Timberline, Barkwood.
know. Sincerely, Ron Sonnek, President Sicora, Inc. Salem house. Trim/pillars. Ben Moore , elephant tusk. OC-8. Portico ceilings: Ben Moore, mid summer night. 2134-20 ( dark stain) Roof: timberline, bark wood Siding: Ben Moore. Copley gray. Hc-104
“Home” — rakesh1259
Tao & Lee Associates
Private Residence-378
Slats to cover under side of deck
another style of under deck trim
really feels like a wall, may help with furniture placement. different design.
under deck area concept look, would have side and back areas framed across for privacy ? too dark ? yes or no ?
Stealth outdoor stairs
privacy for under EP deck
under the front deck
Outdoor modern...Outdoor slats...Outdoor privacy...car port under deck
“facade blocker” — Ian Wendler
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Lake House
Could you please tell me the brand of the craftsman outdoor lights pictured in this photo? Thank you!
Hello, We only dealt with that on the screen porch and this was handled with screening under the deck boards. Hope that helps!
outdoor back, combination of screened in porch and outdoor deck
I want a sitting area above our outdoor room
Invest in waterproof furniture covers if you're worried about long-term care. The paint on wicker may start to peel after a while as well. Remove peels with fine sandpaper and touch up the paint.
This deck overlooks Lake Fairlee in Vermont. It takes me back to happy thoughts of summer camp. I can almost
9. This deck overlooks Lake Fairlee in Vermont. It takes me back to happy thoughts of summer camp. I can almost hear the squawking of the bluejays and the lapping of the water on the shore. Makes me want to roll up the legs of my jeans and
“Roof” — lanatorre
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
Exterior Lakeside
Where did the outdoor furniture come from. ? Specifically the rustic
Where did the outdoor furniture come from. ? Specifically the rustic furniture that looks like bentwood or wicker...?It looks like a settee and two chairs and also there is a swing...! I love them. They look more refined than some of the rustic outdoor furniture I have seen.
Love the whole outdoor area. I would want a bit more porch room.
the red furniture is a cohesive design
like this type pf outdoor seating stones - INSTEAD of cement
center column. Outer columns would alleviate looking around a pole when talking to someone on the other side of the table.) An outdoor area wide enough to support an outdoor fireplace, grill, and entertainment center would be pretty cool if you have the space. As critical as it sounds, I still believe
“Alaska” — hadleyferrell
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Bracket / knee brace under roof
Farm pergola for jasmine beside outdoor jacuzzi
leafed out in summer and bare in winter, deciduous wisteria allows in just the right light for every time of year.
This outdoor space could be a page right out of a book on medieval Renaissance gardens. Walkways lined with vine-covered pergolas were very common in these types of outdoor areas, and they
“Terraza” — mariajoc
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