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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks243
Questions0
Different shapes and colors separate this contemporary retaining wall into two distinct parts — a water wall and a fireplace. The low profile frames the expansive view of the California landscape beyond, while the soft hues mimic those of the distant hills.
Different shapes and colors separate this contemporary retaining wall into two distinct parts — a water wall and a fireplace. The low profile frames the expansive view of the California landscape beyond, while the soft hues mimic those of the distant hills.
“Rills & runnels” — igerrez
Euroline Steel Windows
3 Reviews
Steel Pocket Sliding Doors
Ideabooks413
Questions1
ultra low profile frames
sliding, thin profile doors
“Nice doors” — skhatod
Euroline Steel Windows
3 Reviews
Steel Pocket Sliding Doors
Ideabooks49
Questions0
ultra low profile frames
“Lights yes please” — mrskoutas
Euroline Steel Windows
3 Reviews
Steel Pocket Sliding Doors
Ideabooks68
Questions0
ultra low profile frames
“retractable doors to backyard” — Doran
Euroline Steel Windows
3 Reviews
Steel Pocket Sliding Doors
Ideabooks107
Questions0
ultra low profile frames
“sliding doors” — fromang55
Estes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Kyle House
Ideabooks7,385
Questions3
low-profile screen frames
A frame, simplicity...A frame
“porch idea” — raellerson1
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
2 Reviews
Vermont Lake Home
Ideabooks1,519
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cables. I always equally space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan. Opt for thin verticals to complement the low profile of the cabling. They can be made quite thin if fabricated from steel. The horizontal cables, to me, seem to disappear more than the verticals as our
- Cable railings (CableRail) - Vertical posts - thin verticals to complement the low profile of the cabling
cables. I always equally space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan. Opt for thin verticals to complement the low profile of the cabling. They can be made quite thin if fabricated from steel. The horizontal cables, to me, seem to disappear more than the verticals as our
“Use for staircase and deck” — sueholt1
Spore Design
Magnolia Residence
Ideabooks484
Questions1
any roof. And unlike large skylights, they keep a fairly low profile, even if they can be seen from an outdoor space, as in this house.
TDDs can be installed on almost any roof. And unlike large skylights, they keep a fairly low profile, even if they can be seen from an outdoor space, as in this house
And unlike large skylights, they keep a fairly low profile, even if they can be seen from an outdoor space, as in this house.
TDDs (tubular daylight devices), can be installed on almost any roof. unlike large skylights, they keep a fairly low profile, even if they can be seen from an outdoor space
like the exterior profile of these lights. could work well for the office - maybe we wouldn't need to do so much with windows....
“Curb installation, multiple solar tubes” — starfaced
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