58 air purification Transitional Outdoor Design Photos

Icon Developments Ltd
Hasse Haus
Ideabooks2,114
Questions3
screen to hide air conditioner and maybe cut the noise factor
hide pool equipment- or Air Conditioner
Air conditioner cover
Air conditioner screen and shower
Hide air cond.
“Hiding the AC unit” — Ava Setzer
Rizzoli New York
From The Land by Daniel P. Gregory
Ideabooks641
Questions0
traditional gable roof and wood siding here allow us to feel relaxed, while the axial composition aligning pool, porch and hearth gives the whole an air of formality and dignity. Yes, these houses are lived in and enjoyed, providing spaces where their occupants can live the lives they want to live.
traditional gable roof and wood siding here allow us to feel relaxed, while the axial composition aligning pool, porch and hearth gives the whole an air of formality and dignity. Yes, these houses are lived in and enjoyed, providing spaces where their occupants can live the lives they want to live.
“The outdoor space.” — jasontcowan
C&R Remodeling
19 Reviews
Beaverton Cabana and Pool
Ideabooks178
Questions0
it grew to encompass the entire yard area. The Cabana is designed to embrace entertaining, with an interior living space, kitchenette, and an open-air covered hearth area. These environments seamlessly integrate and visually connect to the new garden. The Cabana also functions as a private Guest House
, it grew to encompass the entire yard area.The Cabana is designed to embrace entertaining, with an interior living space, kitchenette, and an open-air covered hearth area. These environments seamlessly integrate and visually connect to the new garden. The Cabana also functions as a private Guest House
“Giant chess” — kk_michelle
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Third Floor Roof Deck
Ideabooks7,136
Questions6
by the previous owners and was already featureworthy, but the sun-drenched rooftop addition makes guests feel like they're leaving the city behind. Air and light sweep into the space, as a wall of floor-to-ceiling operable windows blurs the line between inside and outside.On warm days, the couple opens
g structures that make the introduction of natural light difficult, if not impossible. Vertical additions often allow the introduction of light and air into a structure’s interior. At a basic level, one of the most common vertical additions, the dormer (shed or doghouse) seeks to increase headroom, usable
“Wall + fence” — liliyaks
KSID Interiors, Inc.
18 Reviews
Outdoor
Ideabooks387
Questions0
For the furniture set up- another living space- with TV but still open air
“pillars in brick or stone” — Classic Expressions By Sandi
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
12 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
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Featured in Home & Design Magazine, this Chevy Chase home was inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen and built/designed by Anthony Wilder's team of architects and designers.
“Windows” — leaholivia
Carlos Martin Architects, Inc.
2821 Spanish River Road Residence
Ideabooks663
Questions3
scheme beautifully balances bold impact and subtle glamour. Opening off the upstairs gallery is a waterfront lounge deck appointed as a resort-like open-air spa room, a sublime luxury. Transcending the ordinary in every aspect, this is a sophisticated Intracoastal estate, rendered to perfection with singular
“Pavilion” — annabe77e
Oxford Development
2013
Ideabooks84
Questions0
Minka Aire Concept II Hugger Ceiling
“patio” — Tina Godley
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