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Rockefeller Partners Architects
Living Room
Ideabooks1,428
Questions1
The wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no knots. The groove is a 1/4" x 1/4" square groove profile, not to be confused with your
“large pots with plants inside” — maisoui1
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Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks5,974
Questions5
Judging from that beautiful green patina, those are true divided bronze steel frame sections with either 1/4" monolithic glass or 5/8 dual pane IGU. We specialize in all types of steel doors and have done numerous projects which incorporate similar doors. All
EIS can ship to the UK, no problem www.eisstudio.com/pebble December 4, 2013 at 9:04pm Like 1
From garden to art installation. Sculpture gardens have become very popular in public spaces and private grounds. They provide the perfect exterior viewing theater.This combination of stone-shaped seating over meandering artificial grass is a real art installation and could be found at any modern art
“cool rug or grass” — MCC Excursions
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks10,020
Questions16
they are vintage, purchased on 1stdibs.com
Private lounge
“sofa and window treatment” — huongbill
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Saratoga, CA 2
Ideabooks1,717
Questions0
Private Residence, Saratoga, CA Inspired by the Indian style, the harmony of space and eastern forms are interwoven with regional traditions. Islamic foliated style arches, carved stone pillars and screens (jalis), and complex vaulted ceilings recall the Mughal forms of India. Special features of the
“Mideast style” — nevehya
DANIEL HUNTER AIA Hunter architecture ltd.
4 Reviews
Belvedere CA Historic Renovation Marin County
Ideabooks18,379
Questions9
of the teak deck and eliminate the use of some sliding glass door exits without replacing the doors themselves. Any suggestions? The deck is about 1 & 1/2 to 2 ft off the ground.
This stone selection is close to the Dalle de Bourgogne or also known as The Biblical Stone. We sell it at $30/sqft when the Euro is at 1.35 Dollars here's a link to our page: http://www.ancientsurfaces.com/Biblos-Stone.html
Very pretty and private, yet you have room to relax and the flowers make a wonderful touch.
“Seating all the way around pool” — Dylan TerMorshuizen
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Office
Ideabooks12,151
Questions6
I like how this desk allows for conferencing - we occasionally need this for 1-3 team members. Possibly a drop
Photo 1 of 1 Bi-Fold Pocket Doors
ability to make it private
“Lateral file cabinet only in bright shiny white” — volkspoly
Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Kenmore Family Room
Ideabooks5,969
Questions14
Coastal Fog AC-1 by Benjamin Moore
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D private seating...BM Costal Fog AC-1
“The cool our palette the sectional and furniture placement and the Buddha statue” — m_mohammed123
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Green Lake
Ideabooks13,123
Questions18
This was a design build firepit from an idea from Julie Miles. We cast in place 1 foot thick wall with an open bottom. The firepit was plumbed for gas with a shutoff cast-in-place away from the house. The pit is filled with crushed
used a compacted base of 5/8" minus crushed rock ( 4") to provide adequate support. The pavers can be leveled with a minimum of finer crushed rock (1/4" minus) or sand. We like to minimize the sand because in Seattle the rain tends to easily wash and we have found insects will disturb and change the
yeah you should use a 3/4" or 1/4" clean compacted granite. AKA decomposed granite - larger stones make installation difficult as well as maintanence
“firepit” — Olivia Yates
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