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Paul Rice Architecture
I wish I had a beautiful tree
like this outside... I have no question but had to say how wonderful that they used the tree as a focal point..
Where can i get a cherry blossom tree like that outside my window? Gorgeous!
The first fall after we bought the house we saw how incredible the tree was and decided to have it the centerpiece of the upper hall. Glad you liked it.
It's actually a Japaneze Red Maple tree and they are pretty common on Long Island.
That is perfect. The window, the cherry tree, the whitewashed walls- all perfect
This is our new stairway at the back of the house - And I love the floor color.
Townhouse Renovation in San Diego
Love the tree sculpture! Where is that available? Thank you
Where did the silver "tree" sculpture come from?
Where did the silver tree sculpture come from?
often regret it and think I should have just left it natural. Unless you live in Arizona or are planning a trip there, Craigslist/ Ebay/ Etsy is your best bet.
White and wood railing like my house
on the artwork on the "landing" of the staircase would be an unusually shaped window! Even if it didn't lead to the outside but another room in the house.
beach house side entry
the new house...Stairs best
if you opened up the dining room of the creek ridge house...this staircase could work.
The best teal paint colour?
Hall way for house...Resembles our house
WSBrazos, we offer free custom design so we can help you determine how to best rack your space. You can find the questionnaire here: https://www.wineracks.com/custom-wine-cellars/cellar-design-form.htm I've attached some images of the work we've done as well
This pic is the best representation of how our stairs will look.
Pursley Dixon Architecture
prob the best stairs I have ever seen
space by being a big visual block," Pursley says. He chose rope to extend the open feeling to the railings. "Wire would have been too modern for this house," he adds. "The simple feeling of the rope just felt right."For those of you who are wondering: No, this is not exactly up to code.
space by being a big visual block,’ Pursley says. He chose rope to extend the open feeling to the railings. ‘Wire would have been too modern for this house,’ he adds. ‘The simple feeling of the rope just felt right.’