169 Seattle cork flooring Landscape Design Photos

Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
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concrete runnels” “concrete runnels of the water feature seem to stitch the two levels together.” “Be both practical and stylish. This project is in Seattle, where I live. I'm particularly impressed with the way the landscape architect has used concrete runnels to connect the upper and lower portions of
A different option for colors. The yellow wood as interior and exterior color and the reddish brown concrete for the interior floors.
Be both practical and stylish. This project is in Seattle, where I live. I'm particularly impressed with the way the landscape architect has used concrete runnels to connect the upper and lower portions of
“Division” — bmac63
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Montlake
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This remodel of an architect’s Seattle bungalow goes beyond simple renovation. It starts with the idea that, once completed, the house should look as if had been built that way originally. At the same time, it recognizes that the way a house was built in 1926 is not for the way we live today. Architectural
"bump-out" located where you need the space and where the existing structure allows. In some ways, it's like a bay window that spans wall to wall and floor to ceiling. And because the addition is cantilevered from the existing structure, it needs no foundation work, saving time and money — and possibly
cantilevered micro-addition is much like a bay window floating above the earth and expanding the footprint of the room. Just remember to insulate a floor exposed to the elements.
“brick path...” — ssalmons4
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Entry courtyard
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or some ideas... I want all white appliances but I don't know what color of cabinets to go with. I will have dark and light brown stained concrete floors?
I suggest that you contact Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects on the Houzz web site under, Seattle, Professionals, Architects. Dan did the architecture for the Smith Farmstead. The floors are dark with granite counters. the Cabinetry is light colored with a copper range hood over the center
Entry courtyard at Seattle farmhouse. Love that they used the old watering trough from the site as the new water feature.
“or some ideas... I want all white appliances but I don't know what color of cabinets to go with. I will have dark and light brown stained concrete floors?” “for front yard area by front door” “waterfeature in front, but a different material” “beds in front yard to create barrier plus stones/pebbles to
“28” — sweetlana1968
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Gorge Style
Ideabooks1,552
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That ain't Seattle. Eastern Washington, perhaps?
Love the structure, the vines and the floor.
Patio floor...stone floor
“Driveway arbor” — Tim Mohler
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Backyard Zen
Ideabooks2,634
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I suppose it might be nice for snakes. We don't have many snakes in Seattle, at least I've never encountered one after building landscapes here for the past 19 years. Sorry, I don't know!
Stair & Floor...Floor tile
“Roman Domnion pavers” — Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Water Towers
Ideabooks3,666
Questions5
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The floor layout...gravel grid floor
“Water for birds and butterflies.” — pcmom1
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Windermere Retreat
Ideabooks2,180
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Lovely rock work patio in Seattle
“Solid” — egraess
Studio Ectypos
4 Reviews
The Thicket
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three steps) with a straightforward design can be completed in about two weeks, depending on your site. Larger ramps (the size of a staircase between floors) and more intricate designs can take six to eight weeks or more. If adding a ramp requires major restructuring of other areas of your home, consider
4-foot grade change from the street level to the front door. It's just one of the many universal design elements. Others include a very complete first floor that the couple can live on if they ever need to, including a bedroom, full bathroom and a layout with all the spaces wide enough to accomodate a walker
4-foot grade change from the street level to the front door. It's just one of the many universal design elements. Others include a very complete first floor that the couple can live on if they ever need to, including a bedroom, full bathroom and a layout with all the spaces wide enough to accomodate a walker
“ramp to front door” — ernaantaya
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