79 Sabrina Yoder Outdoor Design Photos

Sabrina Alfin Interiors, Inc.
4 Reviews
All Projects: Non-watermarked photos
Ideabooks143
Questions0
Sabrina Alfin Interiors, Inc.
“Like plants growing on wall” — Bonnie Burns Lowe
Point One Architects
3 Reviews
Landscape
Ideabooks615
Questions0
Architect: Sabrina Foulke
“stone garden gazebo” — gary91
Ellen Kennon
Outdoor Shower in the Woods
Ideabooks8,070
Questions4
Sabrina outdoor shiwrr
“Like the openess which is what my client wants. I would design it in cedar.” — sheconsulting
Point One Architects
3 Reviews
Gazebo
Ideabooks1,361
Questions4
Architect: Sabrina Foulke
“This would make a perfect kind of gazebo for my woodsy backyard. Huh.” — brownie63103
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks3,287
Questions8
Sabrina- I'm not sure who told you that, but it is not accurate. The City has no say at all what your overhangs can be.
“Outside deck” — nealeackley
Kendall O'Brien Landscape Architects
Residential Design 5
Ideabooks1,364
Questions0
reminds me of sabrina
“flowering plants” — doedon
Sabrina Alfin Interiors, Inc.
4 Reviews
Peninsula volunteers Decorator Show House 2013: Sun Room
Ideabooks21
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Designer Sabrina Alfin aimed for a seamless transition between indoors and outdoors, using the view of the lovely gardens and bucolic surroundings as inspiration for the colorful palette and global design influences. Indigo, Chinese red, and bright yellow-gold in textiles and accessories pop off the
renewable sources, lighting is outfitted with CFL bulbs for reduced energy consumption, and all paint used has zero VOCs. With this composition, Sabrina Alfin Interiors, Inc. continues to promote the idea that sustainability and great residential design are not mutually exclusive. Dean J. Birinyi P
“Earth elements” — Jenna Messer
Sabrina Alfin Interiors, Inc.
4 Reviews
Peninsula volunteers Decorator Show House 2013: Sun Room
Ideabooks45
Questions0
Designer Sabrina Alfin aimed for a seamless transition between indoors and outdoors, using the view of the lovely gardens and bucolic surroundings as inspiration for the colorful palette and global design influences. Indigo, Chinese red, and bright yellow-gold in textiles and accessories pop off the
renewable sources, lighting is outfitted with CFL bulbs for reduced energy consumption, and all paint used has zero VOCs. With this composition, Sabrina Alfin Interiors, Inc. continues to promote the idea that sustainability and great residential design are not mutually exclusive.Dean J. Birinyi Photography
“Mirrors” — deborahweyandt
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