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LMT Architecture LLC
1 Review
Riverhouse
Ideabooks873
Questions1
Ceiling for 3 season room
“Outdoor space” — kelly2121
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Linden L.A.N.D. Group
6 Reviews
Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,716
Questions1
Let hammock season commence! If you have a hammock, today is the day to pull it out from storage and hang it up. No one will judge if you decide to take a rather extended break with a book and a cup of coffee in said hammock, after you’ve got it up.
“Love the hammock” — Alison Mitchell
R. B. Schwarz, Inc.
4 Reviews
2nd floor residential addition - master bath
Ideabooks143
Questions2
Black and white bathroom have so much potential for accent colors that change with the season.
“if black was blue?” — adhswoodland
Mayta & Jensen
Private Residence
Ideabooks4,485
Questions5
add glass and make a 3 season pool house
“Garage. Beach house” — pounce
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
12 Reviews
Wellesley Cottage Garden
Ideabooks1,738
Questions2
Seasonal Interest
“garden bed” — jmuench1968
Demetriades + Walker
16 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
Ideabooks945
Questions1
pergolas, made of the same wood, provide shade around the property (in the seasons since construction, ivy has grown to offer greater protection from the elements) and tie together the outdoor spaces.
“good” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Photo credit: Kimberley Bryan © 2013 Houzz
Ideabooks8,409
Questions13
Thanks for the compliments - apologies, we won't be as to get dimensions to anyone until after planting season.
“Table and chairs” — Mandy
Demetriades + Walker
16 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,200
Questions2
down the downslope, an infinity pool allows for aquatic play. The pool is set nearly 6 feet below the house to be out of sight during the swimming off-season.
“Whole thing” — coos47
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