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Arcadia Studio
Santa Ynez Valley
Ideabooks11,856
Questions3
“shade on balcony” — bellagio2015
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Conservatory Craftsmen
4 Reviews
Conservatory Project
Ideabooks4,323
Questions0
Winter gardening in the warm! If you are lucky to have a greenhouse and one that you can heat, then you can enjoy gardening right through the winter months. If you don't have a heater then you can buy horticultural bubble wrap. Remember you still need good ventilation to prevent fungal diseases open vents on sunnier days and close at night. You can grow a variety of salad crops...More
“The conservatory, just the right size.” — Kerry McKenna
Witt Construction
3 Reviews
2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
Ideabooks6,793
Questions3
A European-California influenced Custom Home sits on a hill side with an incredible sunset view of Saratoga Lake. This exterior is finished with reclaimed Cypress, Stucco and Stone. While inside, the gourmet kitchen, dining and living areas, custom office/lounge and Witt designed and built yoga studio create a perfect space for entertaining and relaxation. Nestle in the sun ...More
“sunroom” — gautampatel
plantation building corp
23 Reviews
family room view
Ideabooks6,432
Questions5
“Fan” — Kristen Lea Trout
RIVER NORTH
9 Reviews
The Pavilion
Ideabooks3,200
Questions6
Photography: Eric Penrod
“i like this stone too.” — sherrilla
Jones Design Build
3 Reviews
Jones Design Build
Ideabooks1,100
Questions0
“Fan” — Bobbi Tracy
austin outdoor design
Northwood
Ideabooks8,239
Questions8
One thing that the client requested was more parking that did not feel like an out of place driveway. The linear element on the left of the sidewalk carries through to make a perimeter for the tree, which became the focal point. Photo taken by Ryann Ford.
“House color” — wildecoytee
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
2 Reviews
Porch & Pool
Ideabooks375
Questions2
Photo by: Warren Lieb
“Screened in porch” — bjfowler
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