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The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
The Beach House
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Questions10
Building a house now. Love the warm color of the house. Would you please share the color of the House?
“Beach” — colinnporter
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Diamond Hill Estate
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Questions2
Now if only I had a few more acres ...
“love the grasses” — riverwalk32
Platinum Poolcare
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Swimming Pools Chicago: Platinum Pools
Ideabooks12,142
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they shut off all together? Do they serve any other purpose? Are you happy with choosing aggergate or would u go another direction aFter having it now?
“Dream home” — jadewherry05
Gary Marsh Design
Sausalito Ca / curved deck
Ideabooks3,212
Questions3
Now that'd a tree house
“מעקה רשת” — motibessler
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Country Club Drive
Ideabooks7,324
Questions3
have a terrazzo court yard and then a flagstone walkway and although the terrazzo is lighter, the (darker) flagstone is cooler to the touch. (Right now it's in the triple digits). Have you worked with "silver travertine"? The attached picture of the terrazzo was taken in December, so it's not too hot
“Grass” — hldunnill
lohrbachstudio
Balboa Island Residence
Ideabooks3,009
Questions4
now thats a rooftop!
“spa” — tfvbhy6
DESIGN GUILD HOMES
4 Reviews
Cape Cod Inspiration by Design Guild Homes
Ideabooks631
Questions2
The fence is a cedar lattice that connects the trellis that surrounds the spa. The trellis is now covered with a wisteria tree.
“Arbor fence” — dscottkimmel
Golightly Landscape Architecture
Major Renovation for a Craftsman-style Forest Park Bungalow
Ideabooks1,256
Questions0
perennials and ornamental grasses that "pop" against the stone walk's subtle blue and gray hues. A spacious terrace complete with Craftsman detailing now stands at the back of the home where a dilapidated wood deck once sat. Native moss rock stone paths—accented by boldly romantic drifts of asters, geraniums
“Great idea for areas where grass won't grow” — marcianoward
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