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Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Heavy Metal
Ideabooks1,576
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Contemporary Home on a Working Farm
series of cold-rolled-steel screens cantilever from the roof to create shading on the home’s south facade. To vary the amount of shading, the screens fold in half. When fully open, their shape and size mirror (and cool) the
I had Koi ponds in the courtyard of our home titled "The Pond House" by the neighbors
on the home’s south facade. To vary the amount of shading, the screens fold in half. When fully open, their shape and size mirror (and cool) the reflecting koi ponds just below.
Beautiful reflecting pool in front of this contemporary home. Who would guess it is in Kansas.
on the home’s south facade. To vary the amount of shading, the screens fold in half. When fully open, their shape and size mirror (and cool) the reflecting koi ponds just below.
“Entry” — sopacompi
JLF & Associates, Inc.
Snake River Residence
Ideabooks3,976
Questions0
weathered log home.... so much more beautiful than traditional stain.
grand home is elegantly seated in its garden. Using the same, simple plant palette with trees and grasses on different scales actually connects this home to the greater landscape. A walk outdoors is the best classroom you can have if you want to learn about scale and repetition for your garden. Nature
“1 level” — Diane Priebe
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Home Front Yards
Ideabooks5,018
Questions4
of your home. What are the colors?
similar home with a really odd plan and would love to see reno pictures. Right now I HAVE to do a bathroom reno and am baffled on how to reno, yet stay in the era. would like to do a bath to shower conversion and it's the only bath/shower in the house..there is a half ensuite next to it.
This home has nice curb appeal
where your home fits.Ranch Architecture Roams Across U.S.
“porch” — elirat01
Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Custom Architecture
Ideabooks11,274
Questions3
Swaback Partners, pllc Save to Ideabook Email Photo The shower needs to drain into either the home’s graywater system or a French drain, consisting of
either the home’s graywater system or a French drain, consisting of a large pit filled with several feet of gravel that filters the water as it returns to the soil. (Expect to replace the gravel every five or six years.) Needless to say, you want to direct the drainage away from the foundation and basement
The shower needs to drain into either the home’s graywater system or a French drain, consisting of a large pit filled with several feet of gravel that filters the water as it returns
“great idea!” — jillpeters
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Whitley Lake House
Ideabooks167
Questions0
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“Boat house” — schloss312
Kaufman Homes, Inc.
19 Reviews
Silverton
Ideabooks2,287
Questions1
lovely home . Are you free to share the floor plan
designed home that was built exclusively for the client. I would love to share, but am not able to, sorry!
Exterior home stone and choice of colours is fab!
Ranch home landscape and stone. Very nice.
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love this home...Facade of home...retirement home. Ha...Kaufman Homes, Inc.
“peaceful” — tinypoof
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
19 Reviews
Mine Road Farm - Exterior
Ideabooks6,472
Questions3
The original portion of this home that you see here dates back to c.1720. The stone is likely a Pennsylvania field stone
Rock home shutters...home sweet home...exterior of home...dream home...Next home
“Pointing” — clair_e22
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
4 Reviews
Farmhouse Transformed
Ideabooks160
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Since the home has no designated backyard like most modern suburban homes the outdoor living space had to be placed in what would traditionally be thought of as the front of the house. The patio is separated from the entrance walk by the yew hedge and further enclosed by three Amelanchiers and a variety
updating the home for modern living. The landscape designers continued this idea by creating a space that is a modern day interpretation of an 1840s era farm rather then a strict recreation. The resulting design combines elements of farm living from that time, as well as acknowledging the property’s history
to the home’s past, tie up horses before entering. The gravel lane passes between two stone pillars and then ends at a square gravel court edged in cobblestones. The gravel court transitions into a wide flagstone walk bordered with yew hedges and lavender leading to the front door. Directly
“Garden and shed?” — quasi9880
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