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Décoration terrasse

Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting

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Trendy Good Ideas / The Clever Use of Walls when Moving large furniture = Pivoting steel doors lead into Studio Sitges, a house and photography studio in Spain by Olson Kundig - Clever way to open the place when delivering large pieces of furniture.

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The front door is made from re-milled old leftover beams. A custom pivot mechanism allows the weight of the massive door to rest on a tiny point, allowing for almost friction-free operation. Photo 8 of 13 in Diamond in the Rough (and Ready).

a photographic tour of the beautiful gardens of two sri Lankan brothers: architect geoffrey bawa's Lunuganga, an english-style folly, and bevis Bawa's brief garden, an unusual series of jungle garden rooms. -mysterious yet beautiful