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Exteriors By Chad Robert
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Private Residence
Ideabooks1,890
Questions1
Dry stream in the front yard...dry riverbed...Dry creekbed...dry creek bed...Dry creek...Dry river bed very nice...Dry bed...Yucca, Agave, dry river bed...plants for dry areas!...dry bed rocks...dry river bed
“Long dry river bed, rocks not all same size and color. Don't like plants.” — richm007
Colleen Hamilton
Bloomin' Landscape Designs
Ideabooks485
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Added a water feature with a dry-stream bed, concrete patio that was banded with existing used brick and salt and pepper pebbles around the water-wise
Very nice! Is there any mortar in the dry-stream bed?
dry creek bed...Dry Creek...dry creek idea...dry stream bed...another dry creek idea...dry creek, varied rock
“I like the use of the various sizes of stones” — 3horsemama
Tom Hurt Architecture
4 Reviews
Annie Street House
Ideabooks465
Questions1
Shape of mulch beds and dry creek
dry creek bed idea...dry creek...Dry creek...the meandering curve...Dry creek bed
“variation of ground color, marked paths” — devione1
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Millar Howard Workshop
3 Reviews
The Larch House
Ideabooks1,425
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Cotswolds stone were used to clad the facade, which also features a dry-stacked stone wall (dry stacking is ancient technique that uses no mortar) that looks
Large cut/honed stones are (were) never commonplace. As this photo shows a dry stack stone complimented with wood siding does not mean a clean aesthetic
modern gable facade with dry stacked stone, wood, and glass. angled window for master bedroom.
Cotswolds stone were used to clad the facade, which also features a dry-stacked stone wall (dry stacking is ancient technique that uses no mortar) that looks
wood and Cotswolds stone were used to clad the façade, which also features a dry-stone wall – an ancient technique that uses no mortar – that looks as good
“Window” — Jaan Laur
RHEINZINK
2 Reviews
Colorado Log Home
Ideabooks613
Questions0
less expensive, but it has an extremely high water content and needs to be dried for six to 12 months before burning. This not only will ensure that you’re
your advantage, though. By placing it as a buffer against the wind, you’ll dry the wood while preventing those cold winds from stripping heat from your home
less expensive, but it has an extremely high water content and needs to be dried for six to 12 months before burning. This not only will ensure that you’re
your advantage, though. By placing it as a buffer against the wind, you’ll dry the wood while preventing those cold winds from stripping heat from your home
“metal roof” — cgirly
Mackenzie Pronk Architects
1 Review
Seaview Beach House
Ideabooks941
Questions0
provides a hint of the spectacular views you may uncover within the home. The dry-stack wall is recycled from the excavation of the site.
flagstones and decking leads up to the house, beside a tiered native garden and dry-stone walls, all allowing for ocean views.
and decking leads up to the house, beside a tiered native garden and dry-stone walls, all allowing for ocean views.
Stone and dry wall, love it
“Style” — designstudiobahamas
Minnetonka Custom Homes, Inc
2 Reviews
town hall parade
Ideabooks9,638
Questions8
This looks exactly like the color of my house, which is Sherwin Williams Dried Thyme SW6186. I love this color and am painting my house again and may go
This looks exactly like the color of my house, which is Sherwin Williams Dried Thyme SW6186. I love this color and am painting my house again and may go
“Entrance” — chrisheckler
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
Ideabooks3,593
Questions3
Dry creek bed...Dry Creek...Dry riverbed garden
“Contemporary” — itsjusttime
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