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Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
rear elevation
Ideabooks1,217
Questions2
Nice lowcountry house with wrap around porch!
wrap-around screened porch
“awesome screened porch” — christian27804
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Wing House
Ideabooks7,999
Questions5
Wrap around deck - wider facing north for entertaining, but still a comfortable sitting area facing west over the river
Wrap around porch wing house
“Sliding glass doors to open the whole place up” — verenamei
Goforth Gill Architects
3 Reviews
Bozeman Residence
Ideabooks2,783
Questions2
Love the rustic look. The wrap around porch is awesome.
wrap around porch
“Cottage” — njav
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Deck at Family Room
Ideabooks8,272
Questions5
Wrap around balcony with cable railing
Upper wrap around deck
“Windows and rail” — schulzjudi
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Arrival Court
Ideabooks12,043
Questions7
Add upper windows and wrap around porch
Porch wrap around
“Dormer” — Sandra Bissessar-Dumont
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Rough Hollow Outdoor Living
Ideabooks19,026
Questions7
Love this wrap around porch. Good way to block western sun
Wrap house around pool
“back yard” — 0426
M.J. Whelan Construction
6 Reviews
M.J. Whelan Construction
Ideabooks10,048
Questions7
several art nooks peppered throughout the space. Beautiful trim molding wrap the entire space. Tray ceilings help to define different areas of the space. Lighting is layered throughout, including indirect cove lighting wrapping every tray. A spa room and full bathroom were also a part of the new design
“Stair spindles” — smherma
Hoi Ning Wong
My Houzz: Pettigrew Farm
Ideabooks417
Questions1
custom-designed chicken coop. Pettigrew worked with Scott With of With Fencing to build the coop. The 20- by 20-foot structure is made of redwood and is wrapped with 1- by 2-inch wire to help keep out curious raccoons. Pettigrew purchased shutters from a local company and stained them to match the redwood.
custom-designed chicken coop. Pettigrew worked with Scott With of With Fencing to build the coop. The 20- by 20-foot structure is made of redwood and is wrapped with 1- by 2-inch wire to help keep out curious raccoons. Pettigrew purchased shutters from a local company and stained them to match the redwood.
“a place for pigs and ducks” — table242
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