Sunday Week in Review - The end of one project......the continuation of another!
What a busy week (well three weeks really). Hubby and I have been working on a big landscaping project. Lots of "functional fitness" going on. Hauling rock, stones, brick, dirt. Spreading, shoveling, hammering. Thinking, figuring, bickering (a couple of times). But we finally got to the end of it. Our front yard is now presentable - or it will be when the grass starts to grow in. It was a HUGE amount of work but we did it. I'm quite proud of it. I provided a little sample of what we did…
PORTFOLIO — Ken Linsteadt ARCHITECTS
Ken Linsteadt ARCHITECTS is known for creating beautiful spaces that reflect the context and spirit of the site, the dreams of the client, and the artistic overlay and passion of the architect. The firm infuses its design with the language of modern and traditional architecture by exploring the interplay between the two.
How to Hide an Air Conditioner with a Beautiful Wooden Screen
Would you like to hide your air conditioner? Those big outdoor AC units don’t exactly look great in your yard or boost your curb appeal. Fortunately, creating an attractive air conditioner cover is an easy DIY project for even a beginner woodworker. Using cedar planks and a handy outdoor-friendly glue, I created a DIY wooden screen to hide that ugly air conditioning unit! Here's how to hide an air conditioner with a quick and easy weekend project. Now, even though the outdoor air…
Styled after the Adobe missions of southern Arizona, the Canal House pays homage to its southwestern roots in a contemporary fashion. The home is made up of pair identical volumes, connected by a textured brick entryway. Each one is topped...
Coats Homes on Instagram: “3721 Marquette is finished! Check it out on the blog -> link in bio! // architecture by @shmarchitects // interiors by @nealstewartdesigns…”
1,459 Likes, 46 Comments - Coats Homes (@coatshomes) on Instagram: “3721 Marquette is finished! Check it out on the blog -> link in bio! // architecture by…”