90,558 Lightweight Concrete Home Design Photos

Coffman Studio
The Colony House
Ideabooks7,666
Questions8
Thank you! It's made with 8x8x16 concrete blocks, then a sand finish stucco and painted.
raised deck and poured concrete slabs.
“Rock edges” — robingurney
Jeri Koegel Photography
10 Reviews
Allview Terrace - http://www.studio6architects.com
Ideabooks5,387
Questions4
Concrete steps/benches with large pots
Use for leftover concrete blocks....Concrete planters
“Garage” — Zenta Janse van Rensburg
Elad Gonen
1 Review
exterior
Ideabooks6,645
Questions7
concrete etching around pool...stamped concrete around pool...Concrete around pool
“size and jaccuizz” — dkjmm2012
Resolution: 4 Architecture
1 Review
Berkshire House exterior
Ideabooks2,233
Questions5
looks like wood, fiber concrete siding, color
Slate concrete siding...concrete siding
“Cement fiberboard” — vitruvianshawn
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Menlo Park, CA
Ideabooks14,635
Questions3
hi these 'stump' stepping stonesare made of concrete
Cast tree trunk slabs using fiber reinforced concrete Make molds from a poly resin casting product.
Tree trunk steps -except in concrete or treated so they don't decay
“beds on gravel.” — kcchristensen
Maienza - Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
California Sustainable Home
Ideabooks5,456
Questions4
were used for the exterior? Type of wood for siding? Is the white portion- concrete or cement fibre? Thank you
concrete drive way has many grass gaps, good to prevent cracking and helps with
Concrete strips
“garage” — Bilal Ozsoy
Georgia Classic Pool
17 Reviews
2013 Swimming Pool Projects
Ideabooks1,379
Questions3
We treat it with a special concrete application, lots of sanding, stain, finish and seal. It is a very involved
Is this Slide out of concrete?...concrete slide
“Slide integrated into ground” — toddmiddlebrooks
Michael Kelley Photography
10 Reviews
Malibu Lake Residence
Ideabooks22,562
Questions9
I have a concrete deck and considered turf but was afraid I would get mildew and mold under
fastened with carpet glue, then there's just glue between the turf and the concrete. If you're worried about mold and mildew, with artificial turf it's a nonissue
any other surface material) because its highly permeable. However, if the concrete slab is already prone to collecting water, it might be a good idea to re-grade
“swings on back porch” — nhoggie
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