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Kariouk Associates
Chelsea Hill House
Ideabooks547
Questions0
The exterior of this house in Quebec is made from industrial concrete blocks. But instead of a running bond or some other stacked pattern, Kariouk Associates composed
1. House in Chelsea, Quebec The exterior of this house in Quebec is made from industrial concrete blocks. But instead of a running bond or some other stacked pattern, Kariouk Associates composed
The exterior of this house in Quebec is made from industrial concrete blocks. But instead of a running bond or some other stacked pattern, Kariouk Associates composed the blocks into a
Exterior Materials- Brick The exterior of this house in Quebec is made from industrial concrete blocks. But instead of a running bond or some other stacked pattern, Kariouk Associates composed the blocks into a
“Concrete-block exterior in a woven pattern” — fabcrab
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
4 Reviews
Wild Geranium: A Show-Stopper in the Spring Woodland
Ideabooks110
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Botanical name: Geranium maculatum Common name: Wild geranium Origin: Native from Manitoba, Canada, south to Oklahoma and eastward to Quebec in the north and Georgia in the south Where it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 9a; find your zone) Water requirement:
Botanical name: Geranium maculatum Common name: Wild geraniumOrigin: Native from Manitoba, Canada, south to Oklahoma and eastward to Quebec in the north and Georgia in the southWhere it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 9a; find your zone)Water requirement: Medium to dry soil;
“mmk” — sabaelec
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
4 Reviews
Wild Geranium: A Show-Stopper in the Spring Woodland
Ideabooks189
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Backyard - Botanical name: Geranium maculatum Common name: Wild geranium Origin: Native from Manitoba, Canada, south to Oklahoma and eastward to Quebec in the north and Georgia in the south Where it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 9a; find your zone) Water requirement:
Botanical name: Geranium maculatum Common name: Wild geranium Origin: Native from Manitoba, Canada, south to Oklahoma and eastward to Quebec in the north and Georgia in the south Where it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 9a; find your zone) Water requirement:
“wild geranium, shade, cold tolerant” — susanellis97
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Jean Longpré
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
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Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
All Quebec Rustic house
Quebec house
“bed location, sitting area” — fewpeach
Jean Longpré
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
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Questions4
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
“light kitchen. floor. wall” — caseydenn
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
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Questions5
The stone is a Limestone from Quebec available at "Les Carrieres Ducharme" visit website and go under contact for the GTA rep contact information. ... attached is a picture of the same stone used at Yorkdale mall in Toronto
Siding - Quebec- les carrierres ducharme
jp_benoit The stone is a Limestone from Quebec available at "Les Carrieres Ducharme" visit website and go under contact for the GTA rep contact information. ... attached is a picture of the same
“Contemporary” — jmkorell
Sonya Kinkade Design
2 Reviews
Quebec Cottage
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Houzz at a GlanceLocation: Lac Desormeaux, QuebecSize: About 2,000 square feet (186 square meters); 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsThe living room provides large views of the lake. Kinkade used a mix of natural textures to complement the surroundings. The fireplace is natural stone in a thin-cut veneer. The
“Driftwood vacation style” — klintss
Jean Longpré
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
Ideabooks4,590
Questions6
Schiefer gab es lange keine Baumaterialien, mit denen man wetterbeständige schwarze Fassaden hätte realisieren können.Dieses Ferienhaus in Fitch Bay, Quebec, das von einer Saltbox inspiriert wurde, entwarf der Hausherr, Interiorfotograf Jean Longpré, selbst. Die Verkleidung mit Kiefernholz ist schwarz
“brick” — susankrumm
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