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Projects by Giffin & Crane
3 Reviews
Custom Spa & Deck, open
deck aroun tub allows for food/drink
“hot ub” — neh610
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Edmonds Residence
time or desire to do major construction? Take a cue from the folks at Banyon Tree Design Studio and fill galvanized troughs (yes, the kind livestock drink from) with soil and compost, and use them as containers to plant your seeds.
“Water trough planters” — margerywest
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Fire Pit
8. Create your own camp experience. A built-in fire pit is the perfect gathering space for late-night chats, family campouts and post-dinner-party drinks. For a more rustic look, chop your own old logs into DIY seats and set them up in a ring around the fire pit in a remote corner of your yard. Of course
“Just fire pit” — lathios
Lendrum Photography LLC
MapleLawn Farm
all of this talk of water has you inspired, why not channel some of those good feelings and reach out to a charity organization that helps provide drinking water to people where clean water is not available? Even giving a small amount can make an impact in someone’s life.Tell us: What’s your favorite
“Porch lights” — jewels26
J Visser Design
8 Reviews
Point West at Macatawa Park
Sit on the porch. Hanging out on the front porch, whether first thing in the morning with a mug of coffee or after work with a cold drink, is a great way to bond with neighbors. If you are new to the neighborhood, hanging out on your porch is a low-key way of making yourself approachable to neighbors
“Porch ceiling” — Lauren Vahjen
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
25 Reviews
Eaton Revival
Beautiful spot for outdoor drinks, meals or artistic pursuits.
“Outdoor space” — gardensuec
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
kitchen in the gallery and a small kitchen area in the upstairs master suite, the future owners of this show house will never be too far from food and drink!
“Outdoor BBQ” — stephaniekayd
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
to be an elaborate affair: even if you don’t have bifold doors, you can still open a window onto the outside. And a trio of bar-stools lined up for drinks and snacks are an inspired option. Choose upholstered ones and they’ll work inside for winter entertaining, too.
“fenêtre donnant sur l'extérieur” — Amélie Corbeil
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