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Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Something I learned when I redid our front walk in 16x16 precast pavers were they were SO difficult to set, and lift and move, and reset.... I did it myself mind you but there were really hard to install well despite I had a properly prepared base of packed screening with loose screening on top. I think
against the home: A colorful bed with permanent plantings closer to the structure and seasonal plantings at the edge.At center: A graphic walkway comprising 30-inch-square pavers. I love the rhythmic vibe of this treatment. The strong lines have a magnetic quality that holds the entire side garden together
from the home: An allee of trees. They will soon mature to visually offset the weight of the architecture — and give this side garden a sense of enclosure. Brilliant!
E. 8th Street House
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into old homes usually remodel the housing stock that’s already available, rather than tear down and build something new and modern. In other words, there’s not a lot of opportunity for a modern architect to play around with creating new homes. In Austin, though, it’s the opposite. The housing stock has
to the homes that have already been built and are available on the market. Many have been around almost since a city’s beginning, and have gone on to influence and set a regional vernacular.Places like Georgetown in Washington, D.C., have historic appeal and are well built. In cities like that, new residents
Dick Clark + Associates
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ANNA CARIN Design
designing a home is not something that happens overnight. Case in point: It's been four years since we moved into our home, and we still are a long way from having any room really "finished." But guess what? That is OK with me. Even though our 90-year-old floors need refinishing, and I still don't own the
happy at home. And I feel really good knowing that we have been growing at a pace that stays well within our budget. Read on for some of my best tips on planning and decorating your space with versatility, longevity and quality in mind. And, of course, the budget! Add to ideabookby ANNA CARIN Design
4. Learn how to dream, plan and stick to your budget. When it comes to decorating on a budget, it pays to think a few steps ahead. Will that cute "bargain" desk fall apart next year, requiring you to spend more money on a replacement? Perhaps a less-shiny (but sturdier) vintage desk would be a wiser
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
rear of home with cedar and metal siding, wood deck, sun shading trellises and sunroom seen in this photo. Ken Dahlin
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that i learned the hard way is that any time you see a polycarbonate fixture being promoted for outdoor use, be sure to check to make sure that the polycarbonate has been UV stabilized to resist yellowing when exposed to sunlight. since you have installed the flos all light in an outdoor setting here
to my home. I do love that sea foam/ Seaglass color with the wood.