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ETHAN CARMEL ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks31,748
Questions11
out. If your plan calls for patio doors that swing outward, check the bug screen options before you commit. Rolling screens such as those from Roll-Away are an option, as are panels that flap down in place like curtains with a magnet to keep them together.
keep the bugs out. If your plan calls for patio doors that swing outward, check the bug screen options before you commit. Rolling screens are an option, as are panels that flap down in place like curtains with a magnet to keep them together.
“GREAT IDEA>>WANT TO DOOOO! Cover the t.v. with weather-proof doors for t.v.” — wildkatt65
Design Innovations
7 Reviews
Lounging at the Lake- Lake Minnetonka
Ideabooks1,638
Questions2
Is there a roll down vinyl shade on these screens? Thank you.
Screens are roll-down??
Rolled screens
“close to lake” — harrju
Zoom-Room Murphy Beds
5 Reviews
Home Office with Zoom-Room convertible guest bed
Ideabooks8,340
Questions7
How does this bed close? Fold up and slide the faux front down?
Rolls out! What about wood floors? Would that damage them?
Appears to have rollers on bottom to completely roll though wall into space behind
roll out bed...Down stairs room
“the perfect office” — bb30a
Mascheroni Construction
10 Reviews
Mascheroni Construction
Ideabooks14,533
Questions15
want something like the pull down for computer
Storage space with roll up door
kitchen desk roll down
cabinets and roll up shelf
“workspace in kitchen” — emoryivy
Wonderland Homes
Heritage at Stapleton
Ideabooks7,383
Questions4
rolling coffee table
rolling console table
Want a handrail going down.
Rolling table...entry down stairway
“Staircase” — hollingc
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Heavy Metal
Ideabooks4,536
Questions1
Hufft Projects... In addition to the vertical screen panels on the exterior, a series of cold-rolled-steel screens cantilever from the roof to create shading on the home’s south facade. To vary the amount of shading, the screens fold in half. When
In addition to the vertical screen panels on the exterior, a series of cold-rolled-steel screens cantilever from the roof to create shading on the home’s south facade. To vary the amount of shading, the screens fold in half. When
than cool water. Locating your water feature where it can receive a bit of shade from a pergola or another structure can help keep surface temperatures down.
In addition to the vertical screen panels on the exterior, a series of cold-rolled-steel screens cantilever from the roof to create shading on the home’s south facade. To vary the amount of shading, the screens fold in half. When fully open, their shape and size mirror (and cool) the reflecting koi ponds
“Water” — summernocon
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Urban Movement
Ideabooks38,025
Questions13
@Dean Herald-Rolling stone Landscapes, who is the accordion door manufacturer?
When we down size for a small inner city place
Love the way the grass area is close to the patio so you can walk right out onto it (or in our case down a few steps) We could put in a few loungers to make it inviting.
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
“clean” — coffeebrandy
Eisner Design LLC
9 Reviews
East Hampton House
Ideabooks2,934
Questions5
house. In this instance I don't see anything that will slow down the water, or even collecting it and taking it away from the house. So how is this being controlled? Maybe because the metal is rolling over the water is being pulled down the wall the same way a drip ledge controls water? Or maybe
I love this style, roofing material cascading down to a wall surface. But I'm curious, what is this like during a rain storm? In a traditional home where there is a cornice and a gutter, that rain water is caught up high in the gutter and brought down in a controlled environment and taken away from
I don't like this look - of the (metal) roof running all the way down to the ground.
This is one of only two sloped-roof-ribbon projects I found on Houzz. The plan is two rectangles perpendicular to each other, each with roofs that wrap down the exterior walls. The section on the right is also a deck with a large overhang overhead requiring a slender column to support.
“BRICK INSTEAD OF STACCO” — nafnafnaf
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