Tarrytown AdditionTransitional Veranda, Austin

Photography by Ryan Davis | CG&S Design-Build

This is an example of a medium sized classic back veranda in Austin with a fireplace. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

salfin
Sabrina Alfin Interiors added this to 5 Reasons to Tell Your Designer Your Real Budget25 October 2021

Clients will save money in design feesThis fabulous patio fireplace has a poured concrete hearth – a design detail that will certainly have affected the cost of construction. Falling in love with an idea only to find out later that its execution will cost a good deal more than you’d wanted to spend means the designer will have to go back to the drawing board. That’s money you could have spent on materials and finishes instead of redesign time. Here’s the deal: when you don’t share what you really want to spend upfront, designers can take you down a design path that can have a significant impact on the cost of materials and construction.Find interior designers in your area and read reviews from previous clients.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

kerrirougemont
Mountain Lifestyle Real Estate added this to Conejos River Camp1 October 2021

this fireplace is simple - I like it

breta_bishop13
Breta Bishop added this to Breta's ideas21 June 2021

Cool outdoor patio with fireplace/partially enclosed

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