200 Oak Bluff Garage and Shed Design Photos

Linn Gresham Haute Decor
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Isle of Hope Residence - Bluff Drive
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Isle of Hope Residence - Bluff Drive
“Pirogue” — cwarner7
Linn Gresham Haute Decor
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Isle of Hope Residence - Bluff Drive
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Isle of Hope Residence - Bluff Drive
“Workshop” — fyamas
Fearns Studio
Bondi House
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Houzz Tour: Seeing the Light in a Sydney Terrace House Photo 10 of 19 A garage and guesthouse loft are nestled into the back of the lot. Tasmanian oak doors slide open, connecting the garage, landscape and main house seamlessly. The same polished concrete floors used in the main house continue in the
Tasmanian oak doors slide open, connecting the garage, landscape and main house seamlessly. The same polished concrete floors used in the main house continue in the
back of the lot. Tasmanian oak doors slide open, connecting the garage, landscape and main house seamlessly. The same polished concrete floors used in the main house continue in the garage.
A garage and guesthouse loft are nestled into the back of the block. Tasmanian oak doors slide open, connecting
“Garage” — huguettecoffyn
Oak Hill Architects
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Lincoln Road
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Oak Hill Architects
“Window” — Jessica Painter
Amarr Garage Doors
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Traditional Steel Garage Doors
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colors provide the look of natural wood but with the ease and low-maintenance of steel. Photo: Amarr Heritage Collection Short Panel design in Golden Oak dual-directional woodgrain.
amarr golden oak
“Finishing” — bally300
Brooktree Equities, Inc
9025 Dicks St, West Hollywood, CA
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white oak rift and quartered
“garage door” — e90266
Klugmann Media Architectural Photography
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6630 Glen Oaks Way, Oakland
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6630 Glen Oaks Way, Oakland
“Mommy's little hut” — louie567
Copeland Architecture & Construction Inc
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A Fresh Angle on Pastoral Living
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angle of the carport roof in conjunction with the roof on the garage. With minimal modification, it can look like Frank Lloyd Wright. The house is in Oak Park, Illinois
“Dbl carport” — g2layden
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