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Weber Design Group, Inc.
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West Indies House Design
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design of small two story houses
two story house plans
“front door, pavers” — cmzum
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Harris Screened Porch
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2 story greenhouse
2-storey screened space
“area for artwork” — smitty2426
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
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outdoor spas, and they brought a similar sanctuary to their own house. She created privacy with louvers, sliding doors and planters in this second-story garden. The greater garden area is also full of edible plants. "Bathing outside, whether soaking in the tub or standing under the shower, is quite the
“The shower” — boldface
Tyner Construction Co Inc
Classic Shake and Stone
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Questions4
Second story patio for cabin house
What if we put outdoor room ceiling up to the second story. Guest bedroom looks out into
“Terrace roof arch” — alexzzzz
Shannon Malone
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I have an early 1950's L-shaped ranch house built into a hill. Looks like a one story from the front, but from the garage side and back of house, it looks like a two story. I really like the look of B&B siding, but can't decide if it would look right on my rancher. Would love
“simple design” — donnakozik55
Brooks Ballard
5 Reviews
The Danube plan front porch
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Questions5
Story and a half application of cedar shake shingles
Adding second story
“dont really love this” — flossi2014
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Outdoor Living - Symmes
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Two story outside deck, indoor and outdoor! Wow!
Great multi story deck
“Stairs” — gleedle
Jeannie Balsam LLC
9 Reviews
Nantucket Cliffs
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“We recommend a penetrating, oil-based primer that can really seal the surface up tight, but a good latex primer could work well too,” says Phillip Storey of Redhill Painting in San Francisco. This is a good time to consult your local paint store about the right product to use. You will generally want
on every coat above this one. “We sand the primed areas again, as new wood fibers tend to get flooded with moisture and swell up once primed,” says Storey. This time use 220-grit sandpaper, which will make a much finer dust. Once you’ve finished sanding, vacuum again and use a tack cloth to make sure
“Use on outside wrap around deck!” — hopebartwilliams
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