580 brass statues Exterior Design Photos

Bernard Andre Photography
2 Reviews
portfolio
Ideabooks3,795
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Where is the statue from and cost?
let's get the statue:)
Love the pond and statue.
Statue, flat rectangular shap
Statue/ man and dogs
Love the dog statue...For a statue...
“windows in silo” — sandraarnold
Charleston Homes Pty Ltd
1 Review
External Facade
Ideabooks1,449
Questions0
Statue in front of the house
so cool if statue was a water fountain
Love the fountain and statue
“House” — Waleska Molina
Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks1,102
Questions2
the statue by the pool
“infinity edge” — corydineduguay
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Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2003 showcase
Ideabooks2,535
Questions1
I love the driveway and how there is a statue in the middle.
I like the circle drive and landscaping. Maybe with a horse statue!
“Exterior design” — pmalau
Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
Ideabooks7,035
Questions2
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William MastonArchitect & Associates
Santa Barbara/Mediterranean Style
Ideabooks6,241
Questions4
also like the right facing plaque with statue - ? but it would have to be a fountain thing - not a statue and "gate" look for fountain also
also like the right facing plaque with statue and "gate" look for fountain also
“Love the look. Doors” — reese74
Gayle Berkey Architects
2 Reviews
Colorado Mountain Territorial Style
Ideabooks1,204
Questions0
center area for flowers / statue
Trees, statues of wildlife- deer, quail...
bear statue
“bear” — runkoda15
Arcanum Architecture
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks23,236
Questions12
street energy in front of the house, try planting trees or shrubs near the sidewalk, adding a porch or covering over your front steps, or placing heavy statues or large potted plants near the front walk. Pathways should be gently curving to the front door, rather than in a long straight line. If you want
street energy in front of the house, try planting trees or shrubs near the sidewalk, adding a porch or covering over your front steps, or placing heavy statues or large potted plants near the front walk. Pathways should be gently curving to the front door, rather than in a long straight line.If you want to
in front of the house, try planting trees or shrubs near the footpath, adding a verandah or partially concealing your front steps, or placing heavy statues or large potted plants near the front walk. Pathways should be gently curving to the front door, rather than going in a long, straight line.If you
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