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Genesis Architecture, LLC.
Leenhouts Mid-Century Remodeling
Glass cabinets with bamboo cabinets
Honey stained bamboo fronts
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
Hollywood Regency, Montecito
This green tile looks like bamboo!
love the shower, except i would have it bigger plus a bamboo seat
Yowza green tile, bamboo, marble
for guest bath; Asian/bamboo feel
Handles are good. Color is OK. Too much grain (bamboo?).
Bamboo and white
Klopf Architecture - San Francisco Mid-Century Modern Remodel
These are custom manufactured, out of bamboo
Mirror across with light above and bamboo cabinets. Should we do same cabinets in bathroom as kitchen? More expensive?
bamboo cabinets and floor
roma park movement from braii deck or verandah to gardens
For between homes privacy and raised garden
front multi level garden space
second floor with garden
concrete flower garden borders
Prefab concrete garden walls
garden idea...terraced garden...Garden tierered...Garden lighting...garden lighting...japanese garden
Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
looking at stars. We're tiny." — Danny Wallace Guests to this garden find themselves among dauntingly large trees, to remind them just how tiny they are.
as I looked at the star, I realized what millions of other people have realized when looking at stars. We're tiny." — Danny Wallace Guests to this garden find themselves among dauntingly large trees, to remind them just how tiny they are.See more of this landscape
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
Butterfly Beach Villa
It is a vertical garden flag.
Lg window I'm shower looks onto private garden area
large window open to private garden
part of patio can be rock garden, or something decorative, don't have to use all the space for living
open shower with window to privacy garden
Private Garden off of Master Bathroom Shower
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Stucco garden walls - use plain building pavers
Like the geometric layout of the garden beds.
Why use a straight line when you can make it zigzag? I love these stair-step raised planters that create a dynamic edge to this gravel garden. The zigs and zags of the retaining wall are more than functional — they're an important design ingredient. Moreover, this approach creates bonus planting