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Exterior Entry Porch
Wood or fiber cement....traditional board & batten siding....the strips cover the seams where the boards abutt
you, we like it as well. This was a door that we designed and it was then built by a local craftsmen. That being said, Rogue Valley Doors may have a similar
Fairfax County Hot Tubs, Fire Pit and Outdoor Furniture Specialists
We are the Washington DC hot tub and outdoor furniture experts. We provide hot tubs, swim spas, outdoor furniture, patio umbrellas, fire-pit tables, etc. to get your backyard exactly how you want it.
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
Modernized and cleaned up the traditional kidney swimming pool. Love the stone coping and deck. Natural boulders
built up nature around it
Pool Environments, Inc.
prominent landscape architect. This included the upper spa area, which we had built for the previous owner. The challenge presented by the new homeowner was
John Kraemer & Sons
Each one of our homes is custom designed and built. You will not see any of our homes on websites that sell plans...
If you're going for grand, then this is the way to do it. A traditional knot garden provides plenty of color out front and vegetables, herbs and
Heady Landscaping Inc.
Tool and equipment storage in a pole barn that looks like a traditional red barn. Love the metal roof!
upper area of the back yard. have this structure built.
Contemporary landscape design that's a blend of traditional plant palette with modern hard structures and pool area. Landscape Design: COS Design. Photos:
lighting. Straight staircase from first to second floor (around 18 steps) traditional style. I really hate LED lighting. The only wall units I have seen
take into account things like drainage easments on the block that can't be built over.
We are looking for similar for our newly built porch. Thanks
ever direction you want it to drain. This is the closest to the old traditional decks I see on porches in Charleston, Beaufort and Savannah.
ever direction you want it to drain. This is the closest to the old traditional decks I see on porches in Charleston, Beaufort and Savannah and I'd assume