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Allwood Construction Inc
Can you please confirm the decking used around the soaking tub? Is it cedar?
I would love in front of the front windows
Nice area for the front of greenhouse.
Love this aesthetic for front yard. Would love this
planters + steps for front yard, deck area similar to atrium ideas
this as a back deck as well
East Jefferson Residence
out over the lower level into the rear of the house and opened up with tall windows all along two sides. A more formal entry space is added at the front with full height glass bringing in lots of light to make for an elegant entry space. Partitions are removed from the interior to create one large space
front? cement wall, (both sides of walk) slats in front or behind defining court yard and creating a street screen
Great - front door on side and garage door
transition zone between the street and the front door.
Front porch with decorative privacy screen.
in Virginia by KUBE Architecture. Again, wood is set against brick, in this case on the garage and a privacy screen in the front yard.
This house combines the sideways front door with a decorative privacy screen — a solution that’s pure genius in my book. The slats were placed farther apart at the
Porch and Deck Expand the Living Space
Porch and Deck Expand the Living Space
like to know what type of wood was used for the deck? Looks to be the same wood as some of the siding. I am building a house with multiple deck areas and was planning to use ipe but don't like how red it is. I much prefer the weathered look of this deck. Any leads are much appreciated. Thanks!
If I have to end up with wood decking, this is nice
front yard raised deck with a couple of steps
i like the siding and decking
Conscious Construction Inc.
Henry St house
No plans available but it's a pretty straight-forward freestanding deck. 2x6 pt framing at 24" o.c. with 2x6 cedar decking installed with hidden fasteners.
type of awning needed for deck entry
I like this simple design of the supports, and the covered front face, but we would add the metal roof back
deck on same level as door
more minimalist double doors for front.
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
a home that embraces nature. The bridge connecting the sleeping and living structures allows cool ocean breezes to pass from the marsh to the front yard; decks and stairs to pool and terrace visually connect inside and out. Most walls from the street are solid, providing privacy, yet they open to rooms
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Murphy & Co. Design
English Country in Northome
Stone wall and lower patio/deck space
wall blocking pool and sunken front yard
Window boxes, shutters, deck with wrought iron
Deck - stone retaining wall
Rear deck over sub-grade walkout
Ashley stands outside their charming 1890 house. The couple is lucky to have a beautiful large yard for hosting outdoor summer parties and picnics with friends. Kenny and Ashley have called their cheerful place home since summer 2011 and plan to continue to personalize the house by blending their styles
Tracie Ellis' Home
Can someone identify the chairs on this deck as well as possible places to purchase? Thank you!
Would love to have a front outdoor
Use the front yard for gardening.
Add a deck. Decks may not be the first
called in to question. Curb appeal looms large in front yards, but that’s not all they offer. Consider bringing some gardening and outdoor living front and center. Instead of building that back deck, build a front deck if that would work for your yard. Thinking of adding raised beds? Line your sunny entry
your materials cost up front. Composite decks are organic looking just by virtue of the wood tone and grain, and are a great option for those wanting to warm up the more public part of their property.Choosing a Deck: Plastic or Wood?