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This is something to think about if for under the deck if we extend the deck.
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What about building a spa for the water feature?
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I love everything about this
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I love everything about it. It seems peaceful setting
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what's not to like about this?
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How about concrete sinks made to look like stone?
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What do you like about this photo?greenery
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Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Cedar Springs Landscape Group
Peppertree Cres. Project
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Fire pit is about 48" across and is sits on a 12x12 patio.
“Backyard setup” — Kyron Galvez
I have to apologize about an earlier comment about the vanity!
Someone was joking around with me when I left this page open. I did not realize that the comment was sent. A beautiful job was done on this bathroom!...
I'm thinking about putting tile on my stairs. What about tiling the step and painting the riser? Would that wo
Stairs now carpeted--too much wear. Tile would be lower maintainance but overhang might present a problem for installing tile. Plus the stair are wood...
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