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Archadeck of Nova Scotia
Siding on bottom. Maybe a true representation of the size of our project.
Dimensions are very similar to what our porch will be
might fit our property and budget
Our Layout will be similar
Robert Shuler Design
depending on the stone, this happens to be Carmel Stone, fairly expensive @ $950 a ton, but the range is anywhere from $7,000 to $12,000.00 in our area.
Square cross beams are a possibility. Others in this gallery were too small, these are a bit too big in scale for our project.
For our first level, like fireplace, everything!!!
company kd, llc.
Park Hill Residence Dining Room
company kd, llc. Hi atir7- Our mill worker built the banquette frame and our upholsterer created the back and seat cushions. The back cushion was upholstered to a flat surface that was then secured to the frame from the backside. Thanks for your interest in our project!
good upholstery style for our bankette
Earthscape - Landscape Design & Build
It was all made by Earthscape. For this type of water feature we try to build it to look like it is naturally part of the original landscape. We try our best to choose plants in such a way that take on that idea as well. Thanks Eliza!
Landscaping idea with big n small boulders for our project
water feature in our new garden
Tim Andersen Architect
Dining room restored
just like the look, though i guess it really doesn't relate to our project!
This is our dining set w light floors and white cabs
Looks like our built ins.
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
Size of our project, approx.
a bit like our extension
Like our new pitch?
Murray Legge Architecture
We designed and detailed these custom Douglas Fir and steel windows. Our contractor built them on site. The triangular window on the far right is an operable casement we designed and had built.
tree top view this couldbe useful concept for our project
Our tour of the addition ends in the master bedroom, what Legge calls “a sort of crow’s-nest getaway from the often-buzzing activity going on within the rest of the house.” Legge cut back the corner at an angle to respect the tree’s branches but also to give the client a view of the sky that the tree