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101 live edge harvest table Exterior Design Photos
Saarinen Tulip Table | Room and Board
Was the concrete edge poured with a lip for the wood to sit /attach to
Yes, the concrete edge was designed to receive the decking edge cleanly. Regarding the architectural details, every home we design is custom and we share the finished result publicly in photos, but not actual design details.
Sustainable harvested Ipe. concrete edge was designed to receive the decking edge cleanly.
Would love to live here, too!
love the contrast of concrete edge, but could be done with
glass window for living room area
Concrete edge and Ipe Wood deck
“the concrete edge was designed to receive the decking edge cleanly. Regarding the architectural details, every home we design is custom and we share the finished result publicly in photos, but not actual design details.” “Concrete edge and Ipe Wood deck” “run deck right out
Salem Avenue Renovation
Beautiful Exterior Colors! What is the roof edge color?
Hi, can you tell me what color is the roof edge. It is darker than the exterior siding. And what color stain is the door? Thank you very much.
this home free of charge, but do ask that you consider making a charitable donation of $25 to our local food shelf, Second Harvest Heartland. Donations can be made at www.2harvest.org. Here is the info that you're requesting and good luck with your project! Trim/pillar colors: Ben Moore. Elephant
information free of charge, but do request that you make a charitable donation of $25 to our local food shelf, Second Harvest Hartland. Donations can be made online at: www.2harvest.org. Here is the information that you requested... Good luck with your project and if you have any follow up questions
Coronado Stone Products
Contemporary Stone Veneer Exterior - Coronado Stone Products
Where is the dining table & chairs from please?
Stone right to edge of hkuae
Color: Golden Harvest” - as an alternative ?
like the table & stack stone here
Outdoor harvest table
outdoor wooden table
Table decorations for picnic table.
Ledge / Color: Golden Harvest
love table...Outdoor table....Love outdoor table...Big table...Table array
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
Whoa! I like these humongous tanks!! You could practically live in them!
Love this house with the rain harvesting tanks
But you do have to achieve at least 3 points. There are several easy fixes you can pursue, such as low-flow toilets and energy-rated appliances. Harvesting rainwater and using other sources of recycled water are rewarded, as is landscaping that has low irrigation needs (for example, it uses native plants
All the water needed for a living building project must be collected onsite. This can be accomplished through a variety of techniques, including cisterns, which collect rainwater from rooftops. But to generate enough water to live in desert climates, water collection and storage
exactly replicate the layout of this, with the living roof on the perimeter...is there just a standard rubber membrane underneath this whole thing?
The flowers are all from different varieties of flowering sedum plants. The plants were supplied by "LiveRoof" http://www.liveroof.com
Uses a modular system from LiveRoof
house pictured behind, rails start over the edge and not on top of
you can still take advantage of your rooftop. The real treat is being outside; a patio table and chairs are all you need to enjoy a nice meal under the stars.
edge of patio is creeping flower bed
Even with a slim budget, you can still take advantage of your rooftop. The real treat is being outside; a patio table and chairs are all you need to enjoy a nice meal under the stars.Learn more about green roofs
This hand-laid herringbone pathway sidewalk leads visitors to a beautifully illuminated multi-tiered backyard landscape...
As if out of a children’s fairytale storybook, this New Jersey gazebo adorned with beautiful perennial floral vines,...
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
The grasses along the edge and the no grass
blends with its surroundings makes me want to live here
Arts and Crafts–inspired cottage is nestled into a beautiful woodland in British Columbia. The home is packed with green features, including locally harvested wood, in-slab heating and a rainwater cistern, and is surrounded by landscaping designed by homeowner Carol Page, who once worked for the Devonian
and her experience working at theDevonian Botanic Garden at the University of Alberta helped turn their front garden into a lush oasis. She planted a lively mix of hydrangeas, Russian sage, elder, montbretia,Euphorbia, daylilies, Kinnikinnick, clematis,honeysuckle, bamboo, daisies, black-eyed Susan, dogwoodand
Neiman Taber Architects
2137-30 There's no trim - the stucco comes right up to the window frame. The windows are made by Eagle Windows & the color of the frame is called Harvest Gold 123
like the edge of this deck
The pitch of the roof and the open plan living
Decking. I'd put benches at edges for a kind of wall/barrier
like the ways the doors open up--indoor outdoor living
Hill Country Residence
home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater harvesting, spray foam insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive