Houzz is the new way to design your home.
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Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
itBarbecue areas are a little like houses – when they’re not lived in, they quickly fall into disrepair. If you can only use your outdoor area when it’s warm and sunny, but not too hot, consider making some adjustments to make it an all-seasons gathering place. Gas heat lamps or an outdoor fireplace will
to make it easier to cook out there – an outdoor kitchen, perhaps? Whatever kind of barbecue area you have, keep it clean and well swept to ensure it’s an oft-used area of the home.
Poplin & Queen Interiors
Carolina Place Bungalow
We had them custom made but the fabric is from L&S Fabrics
Sirius Landscapes, Inc.
MUCH closer to what I've imagined for a trellis and semi-covered walkway from carport. “This simple long pergola of 4x4s could be incorporated lessen summer heat. Structure for vines to grow on and shade to side of house.
This simple long pergola of 4x4s could be incorporated into back 8' fence to lessen summer heat
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
… which create a focal point to draw the eye away from the track lighting that’s doing the heavy lifting.
… which create a focal point to draw the eye away from the track lighting that’s doing the heavy lifting.Learn how this home became an airy sanctuary
Brad Ford ID
Brad Ford ID
60's house teak furniture. Modern look
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Walk Street Entry Porch
date back to the 1930s, but the Case Study program in Southern California and developer Joseph Eichler in Northern California set the nation on a course of what most labeled, at the time, contemporary. Many houses were built with this influence until a reversal of taste in the 1980s led fashion back to
New automatic sliding doors were added to Earl Hart’s office to give him some much-needed privacy. “He’s kind of a gadget geek, and these doors operate by remote control, so he loves them,” says Carrino. “He can go in here, shut the door and work on projects.”
John Kraemer & Sons
Lake of the Isles Renovation
staircase painted black in these photos. I really like the look - is this a new trend? Installing iron makes me nervous because it brings me back to the 70s and with white wooden ones, I don't have to dust them!
We just purchased a home built in the 1890's that has dark wood paneling on the bottom portion of the walls. It is a very dark room as the staircase is dark wood and the trim too. I wondered if