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axis with ridge of house. During demolition we found we could open ceiling to a barrel vaulted shape which we uplighted from the sides. Very warm cozy space
the face of the exterior octagonal bay next to this current one. Removing ceiling framing and inserting steel flitch beams into the second floor allowed us
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retaining wall and driveway, the construction of the front porch with barrel vaulted ceiling and new exterior lighting. I would suggest that you begin research
gutting of the interior, and removal of the existing roof to vault the ceilings in the whole upper floor. This required a crane. So you are looking
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entrance into this home feels great! The large, deep porch with the barrel ceiling, and white columns makes for a welcoming entrance.
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add to their rustic nature. The screened porch is designed with a barrel-vault ceiling.
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transparent window walls between stone forms to bring the outdoors in. The barrel-vaulted metal roof is supported by a steel and timber exposed structure
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proof that a rain barrel needn't be hidden.
Rain barrels can supplement water provided by a well. This greywater
Consider adding a rain barrel. The average temperature in May is 85 degrees, and our average rainfall is 4 1/2 inches. The problem, as we all know too
precious resource, consider adding a rainwater collection system, like a rain barrel. Just a few showers in May can help nourish your garden throughout the summer
growing season. Today we don't have to rely on unsightly green plastic barrels as our only collection method; there are plenty of stylish and interesting
they work perfectly with this contemporary style. It's proof that a rain barrel needn't be hidden.
wood on ceiling and door . . . . siding
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