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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Hastings Lane
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patio hosts a collection of moveable planters. An open lawn is bordered by planting beds filled with a great collection of plants with unexpected textures, patterns, and colors.
landscape. At one end of the garden, a scattered arrangement of existing deciduous trees spill down a west-facing slope contained by an existing, rugged fieldstone wall. A fence crafted from white cedar horizontal rails complements the angular roof of the house and provides privacy along one edge of
“lower level garage?” — tomichan
Coburn Development
1 Review
Teocalli
Ideabooks2,228
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Rustic, rugged ranch house.
“Tin” — Gena Kimberly
Rustic Garage And Shed
Ideabooks785
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Love the chevron wood
“Windows” — rebeccaturg
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reading loft
Ideabooks33
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reading loft. herringbone rug from Target, floral rug and pillows from TJ Maxx. spotlight from Ikea
“Loft idea” — lovinthechaos
angela adams
5 Reviews
Grace Exterior
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The Grace design is a bold starburst of subtle blended color in a soft, cut pile. angela adams hand-tufted wool rugs are incredibly unique, textural and timeless. Made with 100% New Zealand wool. Cut pile.
area rug...blue rug...wool rug...hand tufted rug...modern area rug...modern rug...starburst rug...tufted rug
Eldorado Stone
7 Reviews
The Villas of Mirada
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multiple courtyards and porticos with a centralized, formal entry experience. The interplay of interior volumes articulates natural light and dramatic textures. Public and private spaces have been carefully zoned, to provide pockets of seclusion, balanced with generous entertainment areas. Inclusion of multiple
multiple water features combined with indigenous landscape seamlessly blend with the architecture to create a stunning sense of place among the rugged desert terrain. Eldorado Stone featured: Veneto Fieldledge Eldorado Brick featured: Brolio RomaBrick Architect: Steve Sennikoff Architecture Firm: Mark
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