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Lowe's Home Improvement
Kids' Backyard Play Area
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A cedar playset offers endless opportunities for swinging, sliding, and climbing, while rubber mulch provides a soft landing spot. Even the family pet is happy, thanks to a cedar doggie cottage.
Thanks for your question. We used landscaping fabric and used paver blocks to keep the fabric down and also for the border. Ask your local Lowe's landscaping expert if you need help picking out a block type.
“kids playground 4” — manolito18
ZeroEnergy Design
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Green Playhouse with Kids
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telescope. Overall, the combination of fun for the winning family, environmental sensitivity, and funds raised for the Housing Assistance Corporation of Cape Cod made this playhouse a success on many levels. Architecture by ZeroEnergy Design Construction by Cape Associates Building Products by Shepley Wood
a lucky family purchased two playhouse raffle tickets. Those tickets not only won the playhouse, but also helped to raise over $50,000 for Cape Cod Kids who receive services through emergency shelters and housing programs. Responsible green features make the playhouse good for the family and the e
mainly supplied by Shepley Wood Products. And the construction was implemented by Cape Associates. ZeroEnergy Design has made the plans available for purchase for those who are interested. The plans can be used by your local professional builder to construct a similar playhouse. Contact info@zeroenergy.com
“play house” — kelleymerica
Sara Cukerbaum
Barton Hills House
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Spindler and a friend built this treehouse in the family's backyard for the kids to enjoy. The treehouse was Spindler's first wood construction project and it took him over a year to complete. Kumar says, "We love entertaining and always have visitors
inspiration for the new and improved tree house
about owning your own place for the long haul is the ability to tackle more extensive projects, tailoring your home over time to fit you perfectly. If you are already living in your forever home, re-creating the feel of a beloved grandparent's garden or your parents' warm, easygoing kitchen can help build
build a connection with your favorite parts of the past. Allow the most positive images and memories from your own childhood home to inspire your home today.
“kids treehouse” — mia_n8_h_4
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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Katie Hutchison Studio
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West Tisbury House
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nearby family room, too. Bedrooms occupy the other above-grade levels, including, at the upper-most level, the master suite comprised of a study, roof deck, master bath, walk-in closets and the master bedroom. A clean-lined interior of warm neutrals sets a soothing tone in which the Island landscape is
This larger home, constructed on Martha’s Vineyard, is a collection of informal, dormered gable components and grounding one-story, shed-roof elements that reduce its overall scale. Designed to take advantage of a gently sloping up-Island property, this 5500 sq. ft. (not including finished basement)
basement) six-bedroom home includes staggered floor levels that climb from the front of the site to the rear. Generous, open living space on the entry level -- anchored on the west end by a fireplace and on the east end by the kitchen -- borders a dining area that’s nestled under a roof which also shelters
Larry sauer
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Klingle St
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Washington colonial with an addition even larger than the original 2-story home, without overwhelming it. The finished project contains a large open family room and kitchen with several sets of French doors leading to a beautifully landscaped yard. The second floor includes a master suite with balcony and two
‘n jill bath and their own private play loft. The resulting home maintains its original charming street presence, and – through sensitive massing and matching materials on the exterior -- seamlessly integrates the new and old construction.
“loft ladder 2” — cogsy1
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