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Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Hillside Medeterranean 05 (Design by Bernard Trainor & Associates)
landscaping the sides of the villa
trowel concrete on back side of stone wall
idea for side patio off dining room, along wall
Side patio...Side planter
Harbourside Custom Homes
TV in middle. Wet bar to one side. Other side could be bookcase or cabinets or open countertop. Would want the wet bar to the left and tv in the middle for our poolhouse
do we want something like this with a higher center & lower side cabniets
Bar on one side, desk on the other?
Side bar in the living room
Environmental Dynamics, Inc.
Good ideas for villa and landscape
Picture window with 2 side windows.
combination of vertical and horizontal siding, porch and stair railing, stone, windows with mullions on top
Fireplace and siding.
Shingles match the siding
Markay Johnson Construction
Atherton, California Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
dream lake house 3 lots one side lot one corner lot one side lot
dimensions imagine left side is back of our house
I love how this flows - the house on the side isn't right next to the pool and still has views of the pool and the rear-yard.
Villas for the couple retreat
side view of favorite cottage
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
St Clements Great Room
It is a veneer stone product from Cultured Stone. The style may be Ancient Villa Ledgestone, Toscana colour.
big windows, tv and fireplace side by side
wall unit on side to help wishart place
Tv to the side of fire
TV is not focal pint over the fire Bo's. Rather tTV is to the side. Like also the shelving.
Hill Country Residence
geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater harvesting, spray foam insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The resulting design is a sustainably balanced, visually pleasing
Add on to side of the house with an entrance area
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Since this is a heritage-listed building, the architects retained all the original exterior features on the church side, including the weatherboard, Gothic windows and cloverleaf vent. “To be transparent, we wanted to highlight the building, not destroy the facade,” Bagnato says. A black stairwell links
Since this is a heritage-listed building, the architects retained all the original exterior features on the church side, including the weatherboard, Gothic windows and cloverleaf vent. “To be transparent, we wanted to highlight the building, not destroy the facade,” Marie