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B. Jane Gardens
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Tarrytown Modern Retreat
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N&L: ferns in forefront, ivy
“flat finsih” — deanfinch
Estes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Field House
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i­tect’s and builder’s lex­i­con. Just be­cause some­thing looks good in a floor plan doesn’t mean it will work well and have a long shelf life. This doesn’t mean that ev­ery­thing should be so sim­ple that it’s ba­nal. Rather
classifies native U.S. woods into categories depending on their natural resistance to decay.
Bleaching oil is a good option for this approach. It’s a translucent stain
the color of the wood substrate, and the gray pigment colors it to the soft gray you see in weathered siding. By applying it to all surfaces before it’s installed, you’re essentially hastening the weathering process and simultaneously evening out its effects. Walls appear more uniform in color and exhibit
“Sliding garage door” — klazina24
Beth Dana Design
3 Reviews
Coastal Retreat
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new life as a patio. Concrete planters allow Dana’s green thumb more gardening opportunities while separating the grilling zone from the studio space.There's no telling what great work will manifest from this artist/guest studio next. Regardless, it’s a happy environment for both Dana and the guests lucky
routine of doing your work. It’s sort of like the practice of doing the dishes before sitting down to work. It focuses you on the tasks ahead.Convenience. If your home doubles as your office, you’ll be required to maintain an utterly tidy outward appearance at all times. It’s is up to your personal habits
habits how easy or realistic that is, but with a house full of kids and pets and life’s clutter, it can be an unreasonable expectation. A separate studio space means you’ll be responsible for controlling the mess. One person’s professional clutter (in theory) is much easier to keep tidy than multitudes.Taxes
“bed” — Deborah Waits Etienne
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Hawk House
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3. Winged cabin. It’s clear why this structure is called Hawk House — it looks like it’s ready to take flight. Part rustic cabin, part modern innovation, this little shed would make a fabulous writer’s retreat or guest quarters. Read about this Big Sur hideout
3. Winged cabin. It’s clear why this structure is called Hawk House — it looks like it’s ready to take flight. Part rustic cabin, part modern innovation, this little shed would make a fabulous writer’s retreat or guest quarters.Read about this Big Sur hideout
Winged cabinIt’s clear why this structure is called Hawk House – it looks like it’s ready to take flight. Part rustic cabin, part modern innovation, this little shed would make a fabulous writer’s retreat or guest quarters.See this hideout take shape
“Man cave” — spankyorange
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Recycled Greenhouse in Piny Woods of Texas
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The shapes and sizes of the various windows dictated the greenhouse’s construction. “I have my sister’s old back storm door, a window from my niece’s old bedroom and even double wooden storm doors from my son’s father’s house,” Carolyn says. It was a challenge for the couple to work with mismatched pieces
there’s a door you adore but it’s not quite right in pride of place, then think about using it elsewhere, maybe to jazz up your old garden shed or, if you’re lucky enough to have one, on a summerhouse or outbuilding. However old the door is, though, make sure you add smooth, modern hinges. There’s only
“Lots of doors” — hauswolf
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: An Abundant Rural Retreat in the Barossa Valley.
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gives us year-round greens for smoothies and juices, as well as eating, and a chance to grow fruits like golden berries and pepinos,” Hausler says. “It’s amazing how much food can be grown in a 20-meter [215-foot] square. It can get pretty windy out here on the hill at times, so having the protection from
couple is living a beautiful and dreamy life in Australia’s Barossa Valley, connected to the land and their 1860 farmhouse. If you read one tour this week, read this one.Full story: My Houzz: Ease and Coziness in Rural Australia
The couple’s greenhouse provides year-round greens and fruits that provide
gives us year-round greens for smoothies and juices, as well as eating, and a chance to grow fruits like golden berries and pepinos,” Hausler says. “It’s amazing how much food can be grown in a 20-meter [215-foot] square. It can get pretty windy out here on the hill at times, so having the protection from
“greenhouse” — countryroots
Wyndhamdesign
Art Shed
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and hopefully others will follow. “In part it’s easy for people to see that their neighbors are putting them in the street," Morris says. "It’s a normative effect. And, emotionally, they don’t want to be different from the norm.”Pick up litter. There’s just something about litter that encourages disorder
on your street, make a point to pick up trash whenever possible. It’s all about making other people think of these norms and rules as important. “If you know that all your neighbors think it’s important to have a clean street, it’s going to be harder to litter in that environment," Keizer says. "So
“Shed” — mscam1
Eisner Design LLC
9 Reviews
Eisner Design
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fit neatly on shelves or they can be stacked atop one another on the floor. - Curtain Rods: Simple curtain rods and a few S-shaped hooks will help to keep your garage tidy. Using the S-hooks, you can hang garden rakes, mops, electrical cords, and garden hoses on the curtain rod, keeping them up and off
5. An artist’s industrial studioAlthough this space was commissioned for an artist’s studio, the industrial-sized garage doors were built so that large vehicles could pick up and drop off materials used in the artist’s sculptures and other work. The space was given almost
“the look” — cookie610
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