The curb appeal of this 3,000 square foot existing residence was improved with a new paint scheme, selected window modifications and new aluminum windows, Ipe wood cladding over existing cinderblock walls and new glass garage door with new landscaping including floating concrete slab pavers.
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The curb appeal of this 3,000 sf. existing residence was improved with a new paint scheme, selected window modifications and new aluminum windows, Ipe wood cladding over existing cinderblock walls and new glass garage door with new landscaping including floating concrete slab pavers. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“stairs” — pnwbarb
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The pavers zigzag their way through the Ipe entry walls past a cubic concrete fountain. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“Possible concrete replacement” — kkniss
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The fountain built by Concreteworks sits in a pile of black river rocks. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“red bushes” — Shirley Fulqui
Orinda
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The property continues uphill so simple railroad tie steps were created off a short gravel path dividing the concrete patio and wood tree deck which is the children’s main play area. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“Floor” — harryyang
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Entering the front door under a walnut soffit you face the light and airy new steel and wood stairway – the partition wall behind masks your view to the dining room beyond. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“saq8” — Faraz Ahmad
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To the right is the new combination home office and guest bedroom – by pulling the sliding doors shut it becomes a private suite with dual purpose powder room and guest bath. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“steel rail lighter” — tajo
Orinda
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New Spotted Gum hardwood floors enliven the dining room along with the splash of red wallpaper – an Urban Hardwoods dining table and Cabouche chandelier complete the setting. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“Wall breaking up space” — callihank
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A wall separating the dining from living room was opened up and the step down was bridged by a new Flying Turtle precast concrete fireplace surround. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“flying turtle precast concrete fireplace” — normalgirl
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The living room sliding door was enlarged with a new Bonelli aluminum unit and a wet bar was dressed up with new cabinets and Walker Zanger tile. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“style” — mia60089
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The new kitchen was opened up to the family room with a new peninsula bar counter – new windows and sliding doors open the room up to the rear yard. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“Flooring” — katebriant
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