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Saint Dizier Design
Master Bath and Garden
Love the view! And how the indoor and outdoor just seem to merge as one.
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tubs that we install, it is more decorative than functional.
#5 Watering Your Plants from Inside the Tub All we want to do is turn that faucet on, break out the Buble and drift off in bathroom bliss.
Love the look of a tub sitting on a bed of river rocks.
we could do a border of rocks around our new bathroom tub
Love the pocket doors opening up to reveal exterior completely
Love the copper tub and outdoor space next to it.
Another thing to consider: Even with a ¾-inch dedicated line, the tub takes a half hour to fill, according to designer Saint Dzier. So this one’s not for impatient bathers!More: Why Is There a Bathtub in the Backyard?
Allison Ramsey Architects
Coastal Living - Allison Ramsey Architects Holiday House
Would love to see pictures of inside the house.
Please tell me where I can purchase the lights above the island and the bar stools. We are getting ready to build a home and would love to buy them.
I love the colors could/would you share them with me.
shutters? I love the combination, looks very cozy! Thanks.
The porch is 8'-0" deep. This is our standard/minimum size we draw. (We did not come up with this but) 8' is just enough room for you to sit in a rocking chair with your dog taking a nap and someone else can walk past to get to the chair next to
Home plan we call the Holiday House. It is in our Plan book Carolina Inspirations II . You can see this and many more of our designs here. Take a look and let me know if you have any questions or if you need anything else. Thanks http://www.allisonramseyarchitect.com/fullpage.cfm?id=211
Ike Kligerman Barkley
We would share A Romantic memory Baby here like we do with all we do together. I love you xoxo Love Me Pokey
Would love as a hot tub off the side of the house
I love this!! Maybe do something similar
The three things I find most comforting. Bath. Fire. Ocean.
Mexico, I love the vibe. Master bath by the ocean - what a dream :-)
Set aside a little room in the budget for a getaway. Really! It doesn’t have to be a tropical vacation; the main thing is knowing you can get away if you want to. Even zipping off for an impromptu weekend at a
the main thing is knowing you can get away if you want to. Even zipping off for an impromptu weekend at a fun hotel can be enough to make the remodel seem more bearable. Tell us: Are you planning a home remodeling project? Been through one already? Share your thoughts and experiences in the Comments.More:
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Kukk Architecture & Design P.A.
Private Residence 2
back and we don't have it on file.
love pool and how house butt up to each other
I love how close the water level is to the patio, and the fountain spraying down into a lily pond. Nice
Love the structure of this lanai!
Love the water and the open living room.
Love the open patio into pool area
design. Love it...love the pathway...Every thing...to what we want...love steps to house...Love the patio!...just love!
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
Plantation by the Sea
Love this design - we have 12' 4" to work with - one end has a 24" deep refrig and would need a wall or refrig panel, the other end we are thinking of leaving open so the wall and ceiling would form an L in order to have a large enough island - or at that point would you do a penisula?
exactly what we are wanting to do, but only have 10' existing wall to remove. The opening wouldn't be
room. We have 8 foot ceilings, and I am 6'1" (73 inches). 24 inch cabinets with a three foot molding come down to 72 inches above the floor, which seems to be a little too close to my eyeline. We were thus thinking about 21 inch cabinets. Do you think this would work? Thanks!
I'd love to know the brand and color name for the wall paint.
GM Construction, Inc.
Kanae Lot 1
We have worked with clients from all over the world, but we only build on the Big Island of Hawaii at this time.
Nice inside/outside combo. I don't necessarily want the whole thing open.
love it! Love the outdoor living
love the porch n grass conection
love this all the bed the outside houseness
Love the openness of the rooms.
do you love about your indoor-outdoor space?More: Find the Right Glass Door for Your PatioTurn Your Carport Into an Outdoor Dining Room
Trans-Pacific Design / Susan J. Moss, ASID
I love the window seat and how it ties into the cabinet. It makes so much more drawers without a lot of dresser's all around the room.Very delightful! I did also wanted to know if the paint color called Ice Green? Pasture Pack
I love the bed. Could you tell me where you got it? Thanks
Love the bedding - where is it from?
Lovely room! Green is very soft. Could you please share the color?
available. We created the drapery over the bed from a baxic sheer drapery fabric. The coverlet is really a duvet cover and we simplified the look with a pleated bed skirt.
sheers...we selected polyester for this young family due to it's ease of caring for the fabric. Also didn't use linen as the house is in a very wet area. The moisture which would be absorbed by the linen fabric feeling damp and wrinkled. He this helps...
Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, Inc.
kinds of things that one could do to simplify the project. We worked under an architect that provided sketch plans and then we interpreted them to use the materials and spaces we had. It was a great project! Hope this helps
This was a custom project so we do not have these plans for sale.
We used a slotted stainless steel plate that we bolted into it that allows the bolts (or lag screws) to expand for a certain amount of time. Eventually we would need to move the slotted plate.
floor. We used a lot of “found’ materials for the tree house (old rafters, siding and deck boards). Finally we used saplings for the balusters on much of the railings. These items added to the cost substantially. I think that the tree house cost like $70,000.00 and took about five months to build. There