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Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
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Mercer HIll Farm - Staircase
Ideabooks757
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Rise out of the floor baby/dog gate on
stairs, for example. Which is why I love this baby gate. Not only does it rise out of the floor (genius!), but it perfectly accommodates babies’ love of
gate that rises out of the floor...baby gate rising up out of the floor...baby gate rises out of the floor...Baby gate rising out of the stairs...Baby gate that rises from floor...Baby gate rises out of floor...baby gate rises from floor to block...Gate rises out of the floor!
“carpet, stair handle” — Halim Dina
McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
2 Reviews
Darnestown Project
Ideabooks2,627
Questions2
through the wall itself has disappeared. And as the gate rises out of the earth, like the moon rises in the sky, it celebrates the continuous cycle of life
through the wall itself has disappeared. And as the gate rises out of the earth, like the moon rises in the sky, it celebrates the continuous cycle of life
“destination” — Darcy Howe
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Urban Homestead
Ideabooks7,367
Questions6
is the rise. As you will have noticed from the staircases you've walked on, the rise and run can vary. Rise-to-run ratio. The total of the rise and run
run gets shorter, the rise should get steeper for the stair to feel comfortable as you walk. There are limits, of course. A rise of more than 8¼ inches
“floors and trim” — michaelhatley
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Thorp Design
Chelsea House
Ideabooks843
Questions3
with rise and fall mechanism and false books
An ingenious rise-and-fall mechanism conceals the TV behind a false wall of books in the living
rise and fall mechanism that hides tv behind false wall of books
An ingenious rise-and-fall mechanism conceals the TV behind a false wall of books in the living room. ‘I had a dreadful time in a second-hand bookshop
An ingenious rise-and-fall mechanism conceals the TV behind a false wall of books in the living
“TV Lift” — kathylohmeyer
Landscape Design Associates of Westchester, Inc.
Varios Plantings
Ideabooks2,005
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the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In
the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In
“Screening” — mkkbkm5
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
A place to sit in the sun
Ideabooks658
Questions1
1. Rise above it. Constructing a deck over a steep downward slope affords level space
Rise above it. Constructing a deck over a steep downward slope affords level space
Rise above itConstructing a deck out over a steep downward slope bags you additional level space for entertaining, with views over the garden. Depending
1. Rise above it. Constructing a deck over a steep downward slope affords level space
“Fence” — Katie Pring
Mia Rao Design
13 Reviews
Modern High-Rise
Ideabooks7,611
Questions7
agrees. "The urban view is distinctive. We often design high-rise spaces with urban and high-rise views, which can be typical in other major cities. However
Chicago, there is often attention paid to Lake Michigan," she says. "Many high-rise condos have some sort of lake view, and people play off the water with regard
the daylight and weather," Rao says. "Along with the lakefront, many high-rise homes focus on another unique natural element to Chicago: Lincoln Park.
“Table by wall shelves on wall tv” — ken312
Dan Ruhland Designs LLC
1 Review
Tewksbury Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,322
Questions6
low-rise unit under bed: where did you get it or was it custom made?
No room for a bookcase? Consider sliding a low-rise unit right under the bed, as was done so cleverly in this rustic farmhouse
No room for a bookcase? Consider sliding a low-rise unit right under the bed, as was done so cleverly in this rustic farmhouse bedroom. Other nice touches:
“Cosy” — kornyb
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