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Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
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inspired by one he'd seen in a hotel lo
An incredible, 8-inch-deep reflecting pool, inspired by one he'd seen in a hotel lobby in Thailand.
Inspired by a hotel lobby in Thailand, Designer Supon Phornirunlit brought home the idea of a reflecting pool to his home in Washington D.C., furnishing most of it with clever inexpensive local finds. By "local," I mean the nearest IKEA and Pier 1 Imports.
inspiration on his world travels. A Thai hotel lobby's reflecting pool inspired him to lose his high-maintenance plant collection on his deck in Washington, D.C., and replace it with a shallow pool. He created a relaxing Far East atmosphere by gathering inexpensive umbrellas, chairs and elephants from Pier 1
“Umbrellas from Pier One” — Bobby Erb
CM Glover
1 Review
Suburban DC - Cahill Residence
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Three-season outdoor living in D.C. This outdoor living room gives homeowners Chris and Richard Cahill significant added space for the frequent gatherings and fundraisers they host. A neutral color scheme matches the colors used in the rooms next to the patio, and multiple sets of French doors integrate
integrate the interior with the exterior. Patio heaters and an outdoor fireplace make this sunken space in Washington, D.C., usable for most of the year. See the rest of this home
“Fireplace design” — tricia_leake
Becky Harris
D.C. Cherry Blossoms
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Here are the cherry trees in all their glory in Washington, D.C. If you want to catch them looking like this in 2012, experts predict that the last week of March will be the best time to see them. The majority of the cherry trees in D.C. are Yoshino.
D.C. Cherry Blossoms
“One of the best times in DC” — calnurse
William Quarles Photography
Sami Rudisill
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materials and labor varies by location. An average composite deck that’s between 300 and 500 square feet costs around $20,000 to $30,000 in the Washington, D.C. area, Jellema says. A smaller basic size, like one for a townhouse that’s 12 feet by 18 feet, might be $10,000 to $15,000 in the same area, he says
I'd watch TV outside with this one....
materials and labor varies by location. An average composite deck that’s between 300 and 500 square feet costs around $20,000 to $30,000 in the Washington, D.C. area, Jellema says. A smaller basic size, like one for a townhouse that’s 12 feet by 18 feet, might be $10,000 to $15,000 in the same area, he says
“ooohh yeah, tv and fire place but not going to happen, EVER!” — rundontwalk
jamesthomas, LLC
23 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
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bird's nest or a forest." The decking is an all-weather composite material.More Houzz Tours:Stunning SoHo LoftArt-Filled Pied-á-Terre in Washington, D.C.Warm and Seductive Loft in Milan
“Furniture for fire pit area” — wylliemx
DC Design House
2014 DC Design House
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David Benton of Rill Architects, www.rillarchitects.com, used C2 Paint's BD-24 Pond Shimmer for the entry door of the #2014DCDesignHouse.
door color C2 paint BD24 Pond Shimmer
C2 paint BD-24 Pond Shimmer is beautiful on front door
architects took inspiration from the traditional details of the great homes of D.C. to add new features such as lighting, hardware and shutters. Pillows, lanterns, planters, tray, rug: Crate & Barrel; bench: Country Casual; paint by C2, Barry Dixon line: front door: Pond Shimmer; shutters and glass door:
“Stone” — jackyefinch
Lewis Aquatech
21 Reviews
Contemporary
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Sometimes an outdoor pool is an extension of an indoor pool — not literally, in terms of water, but in terms of plan location. This house in Washington, D.C., has an indoor pool just beyond the glass wall, aligned with the outdoor lap pool seen here. Warm days invite a dip outdoors, while chilly days might
“beauty” — Lili Hall Scarpa
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
A Shelter Island fisherman's cottage
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SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
“Patio door facing river in the master bedroom” — chippy24
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