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Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor seating
degrees, the winter was often in minus 0 (-10/20 degrees). We would like to change to a colder tolerant type that will allow full sun afternoons in a raised stone garden similar to the first picture with bamboo 12 or 15 ft max. Would appreciate any help. Thanks for the time, Larry
Raised garden bed with block, same plant
raised planter with tall bamboo, seating area outside diningroom
“bamboo” — susanconners
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Custom Home: Alamo Heights I San Antonio, Texas
Raised pool
Raised pool #2
“stepping stone pattern” — Christine Val
Bruce Kading Interior Design
3 Reviews
Ferndale Residence
I am redoing my fireplace surround and adding a raised hearth, and would like something similar to this, but not sure where to look to find it, and not sure what to ask for. So far I've looked at slate
Raised hearth stone...Raised hearth
“Cornes” — jrroberge
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Pine Forest
raised mass, concrete base, the way the parts appear to interlock, big
Almost perfect. Love the lines and raised building.
Raised Finished Floor
“Cabin” — nelloe01
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Oakland Estate
this is a hottub but something like this minus the wood panel wall for the plunge pool. stone or tile on side. like the idea of having it raised.
Raised pool with rock tile
raised pool/hottub
“Like the slat siding walls” — jenholt
David Howell Design
1 Review
Mexico House
Raised concrete water feature. Wide built in benches. Use colored concrete - maybe rust-colored.
fountain pond raised idea
Raised pool with water effect
“center courtyard” — caboct
Beth Rosenfield Design LLC
12 Reviews
Inviting Family Room
believe there was a slight cost savings to do one shade over two windows vs. one shade on each window. Also, the larger the shade, the heavier it is to raise and lower. In your scenario I would do three separate shades. Depending on the length of your three windows I don't think HD would even make one shade
John wants the ceiling height to be higher in the great room. We both like this raised ceiling. The arch entrance will work out great with that height for great room. Wonder if we can do the same for the kitchen so as to allow the light
“Layout” — jbj62
William MastonArchitect & Associates
Rainbow Reef Enterprises, Limited
raised construction for a potential flood-prone area
raised floor on slope...using coconut poles as support?
raised deck
“Cabin” — nelloe01
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