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It’s never too early to start the planning process.

It’s never too early to start the planning process.

It’s never too early to start the planning process.Imagine entertaining family and friends poolside in high-style like this next Labor Day weekend!Featured is a 20′ x 40′ Gunite Pool with Black Slate Tile and Travertine Patio.For your complimentary Design Consultation call the swimming pool construction experts: www.facebook.com/greenislanddesign

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We’ve Been Busy!

We’ve Been Busy!

We’ve Been Busy! Watch for exciting, new posts of Green Island Design’s projects for 2017! We appreciate all of your interest — thank you! We will be closed for the holiday until Tues. (9/5). Enjoy your weekend! www.facebook.com/greenislanddesign

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Outdoor Great Room!

Outdoor Great Room!

Outdoor Great Room! This space incorporates cooking, dining, and gathering components, which are now the most popular amenities for architectural landscape remodeling. Grand Fireplaces are the pièce de résistance for complete, year-round enjoyment of any multi-functional outdoor living project. www.facebook.com/greenislanddesign

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Unsurpassed Artistry

Unsurpassed Artistry

The value of sensitivity to the nuance of a site — where every element is appropriately oriented — leads to spaces that are fully embraced by our clients because of their combination of functionality and exceptional style. www.facebook.com/greenislanddesign

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Home Away From Home

Home Away From Home

Our client requested a “home away from home” feel — we think this works. Here’s a look at our talented design team’s concept renderings created for this recent commission.Have a great weekend!  www.facebook.com/greenislanddesign    

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Designing Decks

Designing Decks

If you’re considering rebuilding a deck as part of your project, you may find that our advice is that it may not need to be torn down completely. Why build a new deck when you can use the framework already in place? When the foundation and substructure of a wood deck is still in good shape, […]

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