Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Ideabooks9,022
Questions7
Laurey W. Glenn (courtesy Southern Living)
“possible change to roofline--vault from front to rear--extend out to cover rear deck” — Karen Kotchar
McCroskey Interiors
8 Reviews
Bedrooms
Ideabooks13,393
Questions24
Modern meets rustic master suite by McCroskey Interiors. Photo by Chad Jackson Photography
“masters” — Imee Santos
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Spa Oasis
Ideabooks32,151
Questions8
This mid-century house and garden went through an extensive remodel. A raised lap pool with a water fall is the main feature of the back yard. The raised edge works as a seat wall and helps mitigate the height of the retaining walls behind the pool. The dark concrete walls frame a dynamic relationship between a triangular wood deck and lawn on either side of the pool. The deck ...More
“water feature” — roddyann
High Fashion Home
Gorgeous and Glowing Albion sofa
Ideabooks295
Questions3
Gorgeous And Glowing-Albion Skirted Sofa-Unwind in this stylish living room awash in shades of pale shimmery gray-blues.
“lamps……everything” — Vicki DeFina
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks12,556
Questions10
“fire place” — roddyann
austin outdoor design
live eat relax and play in the back yard
Ideabooks12,600
Questions4
tigerwood playhouse with a steel frame with floating steps. Wish I had this when I was young! designed & built by austin outdoor design photo by ryann ford
“Tanisha outside with monkey bars” — darbari
Earth Mama Landscape Design
11 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks56,555
Questions7
Once a forgotten, moldy putting green—now a healthy vegetable garden. Raised beds were built and filled with organic soil and leaf mold. This garden provides the family with spring through late fall vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, beets, peas, eggplant, zucchini, asparagus, and a ton of basil and other herbs! Please visit the website for more photos of this project.
“Perfect garden for my yard” — Stacie Gallegly
Moore Architects, PC
Monroe House
Ideabooks27,545
Questions19
The site for this new house was specifically selected for its proximity to nature while remaining connected to the urban amenities of Arlington and DC. From the beginning, the homeowners were mindful of the environmental impact of this house, so the goal was to get the project LEED certified. Even though the owner’s programmatic needs ultimately grew the house to almost 8,000...More
“Paint color” — cynthiawhitley
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