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Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
custom built by the landscape contractor on the project. Depending upon where you live, you could build yours from redwood, cedar or pressure treated wood (make sure you put a barrier betweent pressure treated wood and the soil). Cost will vary depending upon the choice of wood and availability.
boxes in a particular corner of the back yard is good.
the small glasshouse in among the garden vegetables
farm in the house. can hv on the roof also
summers. For traditional vining types, make hills 8 feet in diameter, 6 to 8 feet apart. Sow five to six seeds about 1 to 2 inches deep and 1 inch apart in each hill, then thin to two plants once seedlings develop. Semibush varieties can be set a little closer, with 4-foot hills set 6 feet apart. Thin to two
basement with built in wall light shelves
Can I have the steps in cement? I like that look
like the design in the concrete floor
cutouts in wall for lanterns
LOVE BUILT INS...Traditional Patio
Conrado - Home Builders
Los Gatos Mediterranean Custom Home
located high in the hills of Los Gatos. Conrado built the main house, the guest house, and the pool and installed all of the hardscaping and landscaping. Special features include imported clay tile roofing, a round garage (to mimic an old water tank), a whole house generator, and radiant floor heat throughout
House was built 8 years ago.
In addition to concrete and wood, radiant-heating systems can be installed under tile. This 15,000-square-foot house in Saratoga, California, by Conrado Home Builders features radiant-floor heating throughout — even in this traditional-looking, tiled entryway.
Marlene Oliphant Designs LLC
California Spanish Home Remodel
installed in a Spanish bungalow kitchen. The backsplash is composed of hand-made Malibu tile in custom colors designed for the client. Tiles continue around a pair of corner windows. Oak cabinetry built by contractor Dave Berry. Photo by Harry Chamberlain
hood was built entirely custom, so I cannot send you to a source. Good luck with your project.
fun, esp in a room that's mostly white and steel.
Different... Love the colors... Love the Mediterranean traditional look
Jenkins Custom Homes
Showcase Home 06
potential if you put in a fireplace instead of a TV
storage in Family room with lighting.
Like built in cabinet
Media room basement traditional style
R Brant Design
Camino Santander, Santa Fe Residence
room (built in bench with table)
built in seats with wooden table, thinner table
scheme in this wine cellar. Unique way to store the bottles, love it
Stone in the cellar...y and traditional
Conrado - Home Builders
Palo Alto Mediterranean Custom Home
home’s traditional Spanish styling incorporates multi-level roofing, with red terra cotta tiles and signature design elements, including a dramatic arched entryway and decorative grille work. Finely crafted materials take center stage in the two-story entrance salon, which features a cascading staircase
Spanish home in Solvang CA. With mid-high end fixtures but nothing too fancy, what will be the average cost of construction on a leveled lot?
frame, and built opening to fit.
Not able to quote costs on a sq. ft. basis. Every house we build is custom, and in the Bay Area. Prices differ greatly outside of this area.
used but in bright blue..we were planning on the windows before we found out that they are white. We can use the accent color wherever possible on wood, metal etc.. with the terra cotta roof tile being the other part of the palette so three colors
Lake Home Exterior
flooring in this photo. Love it.
Fireplace in courtyard of white stucco?
humans in search of the warmth and comfort of flame. But look at the gorgeous old-brick flooring. The designer thoughtfully focused on this vast surface area and gave it a strong role to play in the seating area. The bricks form concentric circles, with the center aligned perfectly with the fireplace
Built-in versus freestanding. Installing an outdoor fireplace is a big project, no matter how you look at it. Before settling on a plan, think about how you envision yourself using the space. Would you prefer an outdoor room destination, or a hangout zone just a step away?