9,472 Built in traditional bunkbeds Outdoor Design Photos

Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Residence on Fairfax
Ideabooks1,161
Questions2
new entrance is the gate, which we designed from stock components and had built at a local shop. Dogwood castings and a plasma-cut steel wildlife scene
“This could help keep the sun out a bit.” — sfrail
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Liquidscapes
19 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks5,294
Questions4
concrete. I'm also curious if you incorporated a drain at the bottom and if built it to contain fish in there as it seems too small for koi. Good work and
“Fountain” — mmn2015
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Pool House & Home Remodel
Ideabooks1,929
Questions3
Fireplace built in side of pool house
“guess bedroom” — keyanna
Gilday Renovations Design Build
15 Reviews
Tudor Style Addition in Chevy Chase
Ideabooks4,950
Questions4
built in porch
“size, lanterns at door” — shoppinshoppin
Reveal Design LLC
6 Reviews
Chicago Wicker Park Garage Rooftop Deck
Ideabooks248
Questions0
on a garage in wicker park. The decking on the rooftop is composite and built over a frame. Roof has irrigation system to water all plants. Bradley Foto
LOVE this. Feels like a good mix of traditional/contemporary, also the pergola is smart
“Privacy wall - shutter like” — kls15
Re/Max Synergy
1 Review
9 Turnberry
Ideabooks1,923
Questions2
A too small kitchen built out too great totally cool!
“Kitchen” — catgray
Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
10 Reviews
The New Farmhouse
Ideabooks4,575
Questions6
Window seat/bed as alternative to built-in. (More affordable? More flexibility?)
“Iron bed” — cjbazinet
TR Building & Remodeling Inc.
15 Reviews
Ultimate man cave and sports car showcase
Ideabooks12,029
Questions3
love the fireplace and arbor - but whoever had this built didn't use it much, there's a huge hornet's nest at the top of the chimney
“Bushes on the left” — palominogal1
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