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Carolle Huber
10 Reviews
Princeton Residence
Create symmetry. A pair of urns glazed in deep blue hues connects a pergola to other elements in the landscape, like this pool.
“Colored, chair style swing, looks comfy” — Kim Harper Fortner
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
Entry gate.
you’re thinking about a gate similar to this for your garden, think about what you’ll see through the frame it creates. Topiary or a water feature are other focal points that could work. I love how the round window in this house echoes the circular shape of the gate.SHOW USGot a gorgeous gate that you’d
“Could do reverse” — isabeldefigueiredo
Elizabeth Reich
22 Reviews
Jenkins Baer Associates
this much movement in the entry, stairs and upstairs hallway gave these spaces a huge presence."She adds, "The neutral color worked well off of the other rooms which are connected to it. It was a splurge, but the client was so happy she did it."Grass cloth: Rings, Phillip Jeffries
“Matching rugs” — Change of Scene
Structures, Inc.
Modern Bungalow
small front porch calls for old-fashioned rockers. It's also a great spot for watching the world go by. Porch swings, wicker chairs and benches are other great front porch seating options.Check out 11 inspiring small front porches
“Large entry, house kind of like ours” — frankaustin
Lake Country Builders
8 Reviews
Lake Country Builders
Corner Kitchen SinkStorage. The modified wedge shape of a cabinet under a corner sink creates ample space to stash cleaning supplies, kitchen gear and other odds and ends, and also allows more room for plumbing pipes. Just be aware that these pluses come with a consideration: If you have heavy countertops
“Tile, sink” — stevenhiatt
Bradford Design LLC
French Vanilla
Annapolis, Maryland," says Brad Creer of Bradford Design. "The wife wanted an all-white house both inside and outside, including the furniture. The only other colors are the limited use in some of the accents. And the only nonwhite space in the home is the husband’s large barroom, which has a dark wood finish
“Marble is like what I pked out. Out of my comfort zone” — dlpat101
Oakley Home Builders
12 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
Don't unify; divide up the space. Create boundaries through furniture arrangement. The dining area and sitting area are in close proximity to each other, yet use different outdoor sets. It works because boundaries were created using furniture placement. The sitting area surrounds the fireplace with
“siding” — 3vidorcats1
Avant Garden
4 Reviews
Kentfield Artist's Garden
A fenced-in area with an enclosed coop also works well to integrate younger and adult chickens. As the chickens get used to each other, they have separate space to move in, and fighting is kept to a minimum.
“Avant Garden” — cara17
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