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Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Kapalua Bay
Ideabooks2,750
Questions2
Moist, tropical climates are ideal for shutters, as the louvers can shed water and provide shade, all the while admitting breezes. Note the two types of shutters in this example: in the foreground are hinged shutters, but in the
Moist, tropical climates are ideal for shutters, as the louvers can shed water and provide shade, all the while admitting breezes. Note the two types of shutters in this example: in the foreground are hinged shutters, but in the
“Love the outside” — princessmoney
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
17 Reviews
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks2,355
Questions6
Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. Although this kitchen had ample cabinets and countertops, none of it was functional. Tall appliances divided what would have been a functional run of counters. The cooktop was placed at the end of a narrow island. The walk-in pantry jutted into the
Ridge • Elevation G: 30” deep coffee bar with beverage refrigerator. Custom storage for flavored syrups and coffee accoutrements. Access to the water with the pull out Elkay faucet makes filling the espresso machine a cinch! Countertop: Ceasarstone Canyon Red • Elevation H: holds the Franke sink
the kitchen and made the adjoining utility room more functional. The space created by removing the pantry became a functional wall of appliances featuring: • 30” Viking Freezer • 36” Viking Refrigerator • 30” Wolf Microwave • 30” Wolf warming drawer To minimize a three foot ceiling height change, a
“Eating counter idea” — suzriv
Jeffrey Smith
Wine Country Residence
Ideabooks2,044
Questions2
water feature
concrete patio with water feature
“Deck” — bryndartley
Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Jones Residence
Ideabooks280
Questions0
like the water ponds & layering of plants
water feature...water feature
“KOI POND” — yembree
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks1,458
Questions0
Create masses of multiple species. You can also try massing multiple species throughout your yard. The contrasts among them can reveal features in each that may have gone on unnoticed had only one plant type been used. The varieties play off each other's characteristics in unexpected ways.
clean lines minimal water needs
fire feature...low water...low water plants
“I like the grasses” — jlfilsinger
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
Ideabooks3,981
Questions1
You could consider (but falling leaves present a problem) a small water feature such as the one shown here.
If you prefer water you can take a dip in, a small deck leaves room for a hot tub. Keeping things geometric and simple in style and materials lends a Japanese garden feel.
Water feature
“love the grasses in front of pic” — rebeccabyc
bludesigngroup
Arapahoe Acres
Ideabooks295
Questions0
water feature
“car tyres” — nancychristineokang
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Ideabooks11,111
Questions6
This pool might work. I might like the fire feature. Would want a hot tub. I like the lighting on the left side structure.
symmetric. water+fire
For and water elements
Feature in between...Blue water
“Pool” — alanaserafini
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