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Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Gillsville House
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An open porch is ideal for spring fall leisurely enjoyment of the site when bugs are not an issue. Photo: Rob Karosis
“the wooden floor” — nottix
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
2 Reviews
Waters Edge
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Designed to make the most of a steep site, this private home in Sydney’s south has created great spaces to enjoy the view of the water. The design features
“Decor colours” — stef_bartlett
Landscapes & Cie
1 Review
Project on a sloping site
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Project on a sloping site
“Archway and post for washing line” — susansteel10
josh wynne construction
6 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
Ideabooks448
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This may be the most amazing project on this entire site
“This may be the most amazing project on this entire site” — tigrrlily
Domain Design Architects
Bainbridge Island Residence
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square foot residence features passive solar design, in-floor radiant heat, site-milled framing lumber and sustainable building materials.
“landscape” — wesleyandjessica
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Mountain Charm
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custom color that the inteior designer and painting contractor developed on site at the time of finishing the house.
“simplicity” — mikeb6763
Paradise Design Studio
2 Reviews
Studio City
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Sorry it took so long to respond, just still learning how this site works. The grout was a white/putty color. The tiles are glass so it is a
“Pool tile” — Courtney Determann
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Stinson Beach Modern Retreat
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the west side of the hill at Stinson Beach, the design of the residence is site friendly, using materials and finishes that meld into the hillside. The
“Large sliding door” — staceyrex
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