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Pyramid Builders
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Gibson Island
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Questions12
will likely have to be lowered, such as shown here, and become flat to account for beam structure. Still very attractive, I just wanted to point out the
“Ceiling” — blondie12504
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Seasons Living Wall Beverly Hills
Ideabooks19,961
Questions8
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“El muro ideal para mi jardín” — cifinn
Cultivart Landscape Design
Urban courtyards
Ideabooks23,432
Questions9
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“Water” — eticket
ORBIS design
Jesmon Terrace
Ideabooks5,814
Questions3
naturally define how it is designed. Therefore, it is critical to take into account all the things you’d ‘like’ to and also ‘need’ to use the garden space for
“Wood colour” — rasander11
Chicago Green Design Inc.
17 Reviews
Small Chicago garage rooftop
Ideabooks16,458
Questions4
National account price point outdoor room
“Patio” — Michelle Olsen
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
7 Reviews
Greek Revival Remodel - Screened Porch
Ideabooks62,795
Questions23
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“All the white trim, u don't notice the siding!” — bayis
C.O.S Design
7 Reviews
Radnor Street
Ideabooks46,067
Questions5
be designed to fit nicely within the space you have and also take into account things like drainage easments on the block that can't be built over.
“Pool” — Kyle Peterson
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
Ideabooks672
Questions1
the fire pit I left a few small gaps for ventilation, which I took into account when placing the fire brick. I ended up with three narrow gaps for airflow
the fire pit I left a few small gaps for ventilation, which I took into account when placing the fire brick. I ended up with three narrow gaps for airflow
“fire pit” — mwright36
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