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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
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Plato Project
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low voltage lights
posts lights on deck
outdoor lighting...rock walls
“Orange accent” — jenren
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
Plato Project
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low voltage lights
posts lights on deck
outdoor lighting...rock walls
“Space for bistro set, wide stairs” — Kelly Sobieck
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
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Plato Project
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low voltage lights
posts lights on deck
outdoor lighting...rock walls
“covered lower deck.” — libbagantt
Oasis Architecture
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Glen Ridge, NJ, 2-story porch addition
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privacy while not creating an unbroken wall of fabric is inviting
Dark fabrics will block light considerably more than light fabrics, also an important consideration, as you may not want your outdoor room to become cave-like when the curtains are closed. Consider using dark panels where sun protection is most warranted, paired with light-colored panels in other areas
“Curtains FIFI” — Stacye Love Construction & Design, LLC
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
Plato Project
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low voltage lights
posts lights on deck
outdoor lighting...rock walls
“cantilever” — jollyhickman
Group 3
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Southern Farmhouse
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The railing, posts, lights and fan
ceiling fans alternating with lights
lantern wall sconces
Light fixtures
“Light fixtures” — kimplourde
Sea Island Builders LLC
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Island Home with Blue Porches - Light and Airy
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Island Home with Blue Porches - Light and Airy
Photos by Patrick Brickman - White Beach Home Island Home Beachy White and Light Porch with Blue Ceiling
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
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Single Family Home Addition in Oakton, Virginia Gets Facelift Inside and Out
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large arched windows and French slider leading into new screen porch. The kitchen lay-out gained three more feet in width. Also by removing partition wall between the kitchen and existing family room, the first floor now has total open floor plan. The fireplace in existing family room was converted to
shower and large vanities and all amenities, media area with gas fireplace and mantel surrounded with matching cherry bookcases and granite tops, recess lights, surround sound system, wood floor and steps. New French doors lead to a brick patio. The first floor gained this new 16’x20’ cathedral ceiling s
“Outdoor/deck” — cavalier14
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