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Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Classical Japanese Meets American Techno-Luxe
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J garden with perennials and water
Natural looking stones at edge of water
Japanese garden water feature
The water feature...Water Feature
“J garden with perennials and water” — sprindleweed
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David Conner + Associates
Bayshore Residence
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consist of three glass blown globes by Duncan McClelland delicately placed on top of a granite base. Water flows through the granite base creating the illusion that the globe are floating on perfectly still water. Integrated fiber-optic lighting illuminates each globe.
consist of three glass blown globes by Duncan McClelland delicately placed on top of a granite base. Water flows through the granite base creating the illusion that the globe are floating on perfectly still water. Integrated fiber-optic lighting illuminates each globe.
“fuji Garden” — ramonj83
Philip Clayton-Thompson
4 Reviews
Blackstone Edge Studios - Philip Clayton-Thompson
Ideabooks8,767
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Blackstone Edge Studios - Philip Clayton-Thompson
lamps and sconces. Window treatments should be spare and simple enough not to muffle the glow — and if you're lucky enough to have a home near the water, the last thing you want is to obscure that view.
Love the big windows overlooking the water
lamps and sconces. Window treatments should be spare and simple enough not to muffle the glow — and if you're lucky enough to have a home near the water, the last thing you want is to obscure that view. Something different: While coastal interiors aren't known for shine and shimmer, a few carefully chosen
“liking the wooden ceiling and the white together would look nice for front or back porch” — britgreg
Joseph B Lanza Design + Building
Mill Pond House
Ideabooks3,232
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with a series of volumes stepping back along the edge of the coastal bank. From the street the house appears as a classic half Cape, but what looks like the main house is only the master suite. The two “additions” that appear behind it contain most of the house. The main entry is from the small farmer’s
For this house overlooking a salt water pond, my clients wanted a cozy little cottage, but one with an open floor plan, large public rooms, a sizable eat-in kitchen, four bedrooms, three and a half baths, and a den. To create this big house in a small package, we drew upon the Cape Cod tradition with
but defined by columns, ceiling beams and the substantial kitchen island. Large windows and glass doors at the back of the house provide views of the water. Upstairs are three more bedrooms including a second master suite with its own fireplace. The extensive millwork, trim, interior doors, paneling,
“Stone retainer” — Meloney Wright
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Impluvium House
Ideabooks3,459
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this concept would be acceptable also. maybe without the water works- but the legs would give space for workroom, master suite, family/tv room and the main
pool and water feature in narrow area
Could we consider building a raised pool along walk way and build deck up to meet. Side aiming trees would be infinity edge
The courtyard, more water and walkway than grass, is defined by the roof overhand and perimeter circulation. The space has a readily apparent intimacy. Seen in another view
“Elevated pool” — mathomp
K West Images, Interior and Garden Photography
5 Reviews
Contemporary Pool
Ideabooks4,666
Questions6
Water feature at the end of pool
Walls of water surrounding a pool in my backyard
fireplace/water feature
Water feature...pool edge...Water wall
“Limestone pook deck surface. Nice colour and shape pattern. Texture looks good.” — amistiebrooke
Collins & DuPont Design Group
5 Reviews
Private Residence 7 in Southwest Florida
Ideabooks37,505
Questions26
confirm the color of the Falling Waters tile use? Earth, Black & Gold or Prarie? This is just gorgeous and want to copy it exactly!
This is the Falling Water Blend from Stone and Pewter Accents
The tile is Falling Water from Stone and Pewter Accents
This is the falling water faucet from Kohler
edge of countertop is sharp corner
“feature tiling” — nelleweber
EPT DESIGN
Pasadena
Ideabooks11,402
Questions6
Interesting water feature. Cool river rock.
The edging of the roof tiles make them look more modern
as A. meyeri or A. myersii)Common names: Foxtail fern, Myer's asparagusUSDA zones: 9 to 11; hardy to 20 to 25 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone) Water requirement: MediumLight requirement: Sun to partial shadeMature size: 3- to 4-foot clumpBenefits and tolerances: Tolerates coastal conditions and
“Mexican pebbles and foxtail ferns” — vspatz
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