Reclaimed Brick Path | Goose,” left, is among the many old statues Peter and Betty ...

Reclaimed Brick Path | Goose,” left, is among the many old statues Peter and Betty ...

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im obsessed. theres something so mysterious but elegant about this place. i picture glorious chandeliers, vaulted ceilings, creamy beige crown moulding, and dark oak floors. so dark, that candlelight bounces off of it like the stars at midnight on an infinity pool.

im obsessed. theres something so mysterious but elegant about this place. i picture glorious chandeliers, vaulted ceilings, creamy beige crown moulding, and dark oak floors. so dark, that candlelight bounces off of it like the stars at midnight on an infinity pool.

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DIY Garden Steps & Stairs • Lots of ideas, tips & tutorials! Including, from 'diy network', this great tutorial on how to build brick and paver stairs.

DIY Garden Steps & Stairs • Lots of ideas, tips & tutorials! Including, from 'diy network', this great tutorial on how to build brick and paver stairs.

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Brick and bronze paired for contemporary house on a historic London street
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brick bonds. (a) Flemish bond. (b) Flemish garden-wall bond. (c) Flemish stretcher-bond. (d) Monk bond. (e) English bond. (f) English garden-wall bond. (g) Header bond. (h) Dearne's bond. (i) English cross-bond or St Andrew's bond, with upper course of projecting bricks laid diagonally (cogging or dog-tooth) to support a cornice above. (j) Dutch bond. (k) Raking stretcher-bond or quarter-bond. (l) Rat-trap bond. (JJS) - See more at: http://www.arhitectis.com/brick.htm#sthash.pTr0o7hq.dpuf

brick bonds. (a) Flemish bond. (b) Flemish garden-wall bond. (c) Flemish stretcher-bond. (d) Monk bond. (e) English bond. (f) English garden-wall bond. (g) Header bond. (h) Dearne's bond. (i) English cross-bond or St Andrew's bond, with upper course of projecting bricks laid diagonally (cogging or dog-tooth) to support a cornice above. (j) Dutch bond. (k) Raking stretcher-bond or quarter-bond. (l) Rat-trap bond. (JJS) - See more at: http://www.arhitectis.com/brick.htm#sthash.pTr0o7hq.dpuf

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