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Jay Sifford Garden Design
A Chippendale teak bench provides a place to rest and reflect in the new front garden. When it weathers, it will blend into the sculptural trunk of the crepe myrtle. The formosa azaleas that ring the perimeter of this area will grow to provide a secure backdrop to this area. Photo by Jay Sifford.
Urban Oasis Design & Construction LLC
Jimmy White Photography
Details Interiors, LLC
Palmetto Window Fashions
We are now offering a beautiful, fully operative Bahama Shutter! With these high quality fully functioning shutters you are able to use your outdoor space 365 days a year. Wood grain powder coating, traditional powder coating, multiple blade sizes, and security options are available. Enclose a balcony or patio With our movable louvered Bahama Shutters, you are able to create an outdoor room like an outdoor kitchen, add shutters for security screens, give strength and durability in high traffic areas with kids or pets, and protect your home against intruders.
Prime Construction & Remodeling LLC
The first goal for this client in Chatham was to give them a front walk and entrance that was beautiful and grande. We decided to use natural blue bluestone tiles of random sizes. We integrated a custom cut 6" x 9" bluestone border and ran it continuous throughout. Our second goal was to give them walking access from their driveway to their front door. Because their driveway was considerably lower than the front of their home, we needed to cut in a set of steps through their driveway retaining wall, include a number of turns and bridge the walkways with multiple landings. While doing this, we wanted to keep continuity within the building products of choice. We used real stone veneer to side all walls and stair risers to match what was already on the house. We used 2" thick bluestone caps for all stair treads and retaining wall caps. We installed the matching real stone veneer to the face and sides of the retaining wall. All of the bluestone caps were custom cut to seamlessly round all turns. We are very proud of this finished product. We are also very proud to have had the opportunity to work for this family. What amazing people. #GreatWorkForGreatPeople As a side note regarding this phase - throughout the construction, numerous local builders stopped at our job to take pictures of our work. #UltimateCompliment #PrimeIsInTheLead
Noble Johnson Architects
Interiors: Marcia Leach Design Cabinetry: Barber Cabinet Company Contractor: Andrew Thompson Construction Photography: Garett + Carrie Buell of Studiobuell/ studiobuell.com
An inner city sanctuary in Surry Hills providing cantilevered concrete benches, innovative planting solutions and an outdoor log fireplace for year round entertaining. True indoor/outdoor living with our second landscape design for this young family.
Our clients came to us whilst they were in the process of renovating their traditional town-house in North London. They wanted to incorporate more stylsed and contemporary elements in their designs, while paying homage to the original feel of the architecture. In early 2015 we were approached by a client who wanted us to design and install bespoke pieces throughout his home. Many of the rooms overlook the stunning courtyard style garden and the client was keen to have this area displayed from inside his home. In his kitchen-diner he wanted French doors to span the width of the room, bringing in as much natural light from the courtyard as possible. We designed and installed 2 Georgian style double doors and screen sets to this space. On the first floor we designed and installed steel windows in the same style to really give the property the wow factor looking in from the courtyard. Another set of French doors, again in the same style, were added to another room overlooking the courtyard. The client wanted the inside of his property to be in keeping with the external doors and asked us to design and install a number of internal screens as well. In the dining room we fitted a bespoke internal double door with top panel and, as you can see from the picture, it really suited the space. In the basement the client wanted a large set of internal screens to separate the living space from the hosting lounge. The Georgian style side screens and internal double leaf doors, accompanied by the client’s installation of a roof light overlooking the courtyard, really help lighten a space that could’ve otherwise been quite dark. After we finished the work we were asked to come back by the client and install a bespoke steel, single shower screen in his wet room. This really finished off the project… Fabco products truly could be found throughout the property!
View of entry, blue door,
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
Our client desired a functional, tasteful, and improved environment to compliment their home. The overall goal was to create a landscape that was subtle and not overdone. The client was highly focused on their deck environment that would span across the rear of the house with an area for a Jacuzzi as well. A portion of the deck has a screened in porch due to the naturally buggy environment since the home is situated in the woods and a low area. A mosquito repellent injection system was incorporated into the irrigation system to help with the bug issue. We improved circulation of the driveway, increased the overall curb appeal of the entrance of the home, and created a scaled and proportional outdoor living environment for the clients to enjoy. The client has religious guidelines that needed to be adhered to with the overall function and design of the landscape, which included an arbor over the deck to support a Sukkah and a Green Egg smoker to cook Kosher foods. Two columns were added at the driveway entrance with lights to help define their driveway entrance since it's the end of a long pipe-stem. New light fixtures were also added to the rear of the house. Our client desired multiple amenities with a limited budget, so everything had to be value engineered through the design and construction process. There is heavy deer pressure on the site, a mosquito issue, low site elevations, flat topography, poor soil, and overall poor drainage of the site. The original driveway was not sized appropriately and the front porch had structural issues, as well as leaked water onto the landing below. The septic tank was also situated close to the rear of the house and had to be contemplated during the design process. Photography: Morgan Howarth. Landscape Architect: Howard Cohen, Surrounds Inc.