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workmanship and shows all the dirt and stains easily. I think we should have used multi colored bluestone. Can you tell me what you used here for the steps and risers and also do you know of a paver that would work with the woodland cream color of Hardi. We are going with a black roof - I think Certaineer
Perhaps you can add a cabinet on the wall above the tub, or add a shelf above the door. They give you the extra space for towels without taking up valuable floor space.
maybe same stone as retaining wall for front sw corner bed
Love staggered stair walkway and wall
step downs with stone & slab
Horse Country Home
Rustic fence / stone retaining wall / landscaping (and of course, the swimming pool)
rock wall and old looking fence
natural fence, rock wall, buffer of plants between wall and fence
Stone retaining wall and terraced landscape
Love the natural look of the rock walls and fencing
Stairs and retaining wall
stairs in retaining wall
Steps to fence/slope/planters
Rustic rock arrangement, steps
no centr path between steps
Fence, rock wall and
steps, fence...Retaining wall...stone wall
Arturo Palombo Architecture
Barn Restoration in Harding Township, New Jersey
Retaining wall stepping down to basement door.
nice retaining walls and walkout garage
key to the building's success. Thanks to careful placement and Palombo's clever tinkering with the design, minimal grading was required. Now a driveway leads to a three-car garage on the right. Upper living space opens out to a pool and terrace, while a terraced garden and retaining walls made of local
Beinfield Architecture PC
House in Darien
stone patio, wide stone steps from house & to lawn
masonry/stucco fireplace -- stone on retainer wall
Steps down to backside of wall
beautiful with the stone wall and the walls of windows. center courtyard style!
Stone covered retaining wall
Retaining walls...Wall without cap...outdoor steps...stone wall
Arkin Tilt Architects
What fixtures did you use for the step lighting?
The steps are a custom detail with an LED light tape. A little challenging to execute!
lights for front steps and any steps out back
Shield lights. Low-profile lights and lights that are sunk into walls and steps work beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood
Shield lights. Low-profile lights and lights that are sunk into walls and steps work beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats
nice to distinguish one from the other to understand the history of the building, and not make it look like it all used to be this way,” says Tilt.
Shield lights. Low-profile lights and lights that are sunk into walls and steps work beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights
Beinfield Architecture PC
House in Darien
stone foundation/retaining wall with white farmhouse
basement windows at ground level with back yard retaining wall
pergola in stepped up area
Steps to patio from driveway
Lovely walled patio. Great
lights in wall?...retaining wall....on rock wall....stone wall
grass area leading to steps by retaining wall
stone wall, barn house
Wood barn doors,stone wall.
stone steps and stone color
Retaining wall!...Wall and steps...Stone steps...Stairs, wall...stone steps...stone wall
challenge. The clients desired a residence that referenced the traditional forms of farmhouses but also spoke to something distinctly modern. A hybrid building emerged and the Porch House greets visitors with its namesake – a large east and south facing ten foot cantilevering canopy that provides dramatic
Could you share a detailed drawing of how these shutters were hung? Was the outside wall made thicker to accommodate the window w/ the sliding shutter feature on the outside? Thanks you for your help.
use the cooking areaconcept and attachment idea to the building but replace with fireplace
an outdoor eating area. A fire pit is an extension of the chimney behind it, which also has an appendage for storing firewood under the roof. Corner steps provide access to the backyard. It should be noted that the porch is never more than 1 or 2 feet above grade, hence the ability to dispense with a guardrail