Bernard Andre Photography
2 Reviews
Residential Gallery
Architect & developer- Pacific Peninsula Bernard Andre Photography
“Seeing thru it” — bkdy
Connie Anderson Photography
12 Reviews
Lynbrook - Houston, Tx.
Connie Anderson Photography Builder: Frankel Building Group
“Coolio!” — snipinfool
STB Landscape Architects, Inc.
4 Reviews
Private Residences
Shawn T. Burch
“steps” — rusty368
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
7 Reviews
Just a Fabulous Place to call Home
A circular band inscribed within the bluestone patio continues through the outdoor kitchen and around the dining area. With our team’s renovation complete, the homeowners can now step outside into a garden finished at a level of detail consistent with their interior home finishes.
“Living area” — fondalu6
Innovative Design Co
1 Review
Innovative Design
“Pergola and outdoor fireplace” — chrissycurls
David Rolston Landscape Architects
Modern Pool in Bluffview ( Dallas, TX)
An updated Traditional home with a Contemporary Pool Pavilion and Landscape in the center of Dallas. The space was conceived by David Rolston and The Architect for the Pool Pavilion is Thomas Upchurch Photos by David Rolston, Inc.
“Outdoor shower” — kelroe1
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
7 Reviews
Forever Home
A patterned Lannonstone wall creates a private backdrop for the heated spa, featuring a sheer water weir pouring from between the wall’s mortar joints. Generous planting beds provide seasonal texture and softening between paved areas. The paving is Bluestone.
“Just a hot tub?” — holidayburke
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Southview Design
15 Reviews
Beautiful Small Landscape
A paver patio (Anchor Afton, walnut color) to gives the homeowners the entertainment and dining space they wanted. The blended colors of the pavers pull together the colors of the roof shingles (brown) and the New York Bluestone (blue/gray). The smaller pattern of the pavers defines the space, inviting guests to sit. Plus, the plant bed between the wall and the patio gave the...More
“yard, fence, chairs/table” — kmjenevein
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