9,165 Built in traditional bunkbeds Outdoor Design Photos

Jackson Design & Remodeling
7 Reviews
Progressive Vintage Home
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gate were built high enough to keep the dogs safe and undistracted by passers-by. The greenery was selected for durability and easy maintenance with pets.
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
Sponsored
Euro Laguna Marble, Inc.
Bathrooms
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built-in tv
“Dark frame doors” — cherizim
Jessica Jubelirer Design
Washington DC Home
Ideabooks121
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built in .seat
“The table” — Mathew Ash
Penn Contractors Inc
9 Reviews
Luxury Deck Remodel with Hot Tub Jacuzzi
Ideabooks166
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Spa built into deck. Finished ceiling with lights.
“Perfect” — Chris Berens Mallen
Folia Horticultural + Design
4 Reviews
Recent Projects - Bellevue, Washington
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Built up border
“privacy, green space” — kirisimms
Furnitureland South
6 Reviews
The Adamsleigh Estate | 2013 Showhouse in Greensboro, NC
Ideabooks112
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sponsor Traditional Home. Among the local and national design talent featured in this special fundraising event was design duo Patti Allen and Stephanie James of Furnitureland South, who transformed the estate’s patio into a classic, colorful and cozy space. Built in the early 1920s, the Adamsleigh estate
“The sofa and chair with shade and the decor in general” — myselfverna
Matthies Builders
5 Reviews
Matthies Builders
Ideabooks3,346
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home (built in 1925). I just am not loving the cement floor and would like to use tile/slate. He says no, that it will crack etc because of the cold winters. What are our options?
“Stained concrete?” — hooddf30
Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
Fairholt
Ideabooks413
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publisher built this Georgian Revival style mansion as a summer home in the late 1890‘s. Holt was the founder of the publishing empire known today as Holt, Rhinehart and Winston. Frederick Law Olmsted the renowned landscape architect came to Burlington to make a topographic survey of the land and to design
“terrace” — jlroetman
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