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Sage Design Studios, Inc.
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Vegas Residence
Ideabooks5,648
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I am going through a remodeling (house was built 1976 so it has more of a traditional face) process and looking for colors to paint the exterior the front part has brick in a white/off color with some siding around
Lights built into the steps
“Goeie idee vir see-huis se voor tuin” — martie1905
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
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Anston Paving Stones
Toorak Project
Ideabooks5,975
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Adapt classical layoutsWhen planning formal gardens, whether your house is contemporary or traditional, the classical principles of symmetry, proportion, harmony and balance still apply. In this Melbourne garden the designer has positioned the pool and trees at either end in perfect symmetry with each
“back yard” — lg_pham4
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Gover Lane
Ideabooks9,337
Questions3
the structure traditionally rests on four columns, modern architects often use it to create continuity between indoor and outdoor spaces, meaning it can have only two columns
While the structure traditionally rests on four columns, modern architects often use it to create continuity between indoor and outdoor spaces, meaning it can have only two columns
Simple but elegant design. A break from traditional pergolas.
4. Put up a pergola. A sturdy pergola is a great option in climates where wind is a consideration. While the structure traditionally rests on four columns, modern architects often use it to create continuity between indoor and outdoor spaces, meaning it can have only two columns as well. Here sliding
“hall” — vcgundapaneni
Robert Leeper Landscapes
10 Reviews
Modern Cottage
Ideabooks125
Questions1
cottage; the architect added additional spaces, and a pool, that were modern in style. The landscape is meant to play off of both the home's original, traditional cottage style, as well as the newer, modern additions. The landscape's minimal design is meant to compliment the owner's interior aesthetic. Architecture
When the minimalist traditional house is built on a smaller scale, it usually has double-hung or transom windows. Normally, there is a porch, or at least a covered walk with columns, even if they are greatly simplified. The eave is close to the house and covered with a fascia and soffit board. Often
Often the porch is just an extension of the roof. The front door is usually prominently placed and often paneled.Do You Live in a Minimalist Traditional House?
“On kerbey!” — frenchlemonade
emily jagoda
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Ideabooks3,084
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pool courtyard for house not built around a pool
beach, creating easy access and a direct view from the living room through the pool area and out to the ocean. Jagoda likes how this transforms the traditional idea of a private courtyard into much more of a public space, blurring indoors and outdoors even more.
“perfect view” — nancyev
VEGA VEGA ARQUITECTOS
CASA MORU
Ideabooks535
Questions0
the contrast of the stones - modern and traditional
built-in planters
“Wall” — David Howie
Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
Cove House
Ideabooks2,638
Questions2
Clean lines in the built landscape will always set off the natural landscape in the background.
yard w/o traditional lawn
“serene!! Fantastic” — kwavz
Grounded
1 Review
Turkey Saddle
Ideabooks1,853
Questions1
zigzag bridges and paths on temple grounds. Let’s look at how to use this pattern, not only in Asian gardens but in contemporary, woodland and even traditional ones. modern landscape by Grounded GroundedSave to IdeabookEmail Photo This elevated boardwalk is laid out in true yatsuhashi fashion, with the
raised walkway and entrance to built in garage?
“Wood path” — justinayson
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