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Is stacked bond more expensive than running bond and if so, why? Also can you give me an idea on how much more expensive based on a percentage as compared to running bond? Thank you
uses the same material, and it can't be that much more difficult to build a stacked bond vs running bond. You bring up a different question, though. Why does an "exposed" wall (similar to the one in your photograph) cost more than one not exposed? Do you mean because it is using ground face CMU with
Love how this fire pit blends
Mark Scott Associates | Landscape Architecture
Where are these fire bowls from?
like idea of fire pit and
Like the fire urns and the water fountain/sprayer
amazing Mediterranean pool with fire pit, urn, planters, landscaping
Gorgeous king date palms and fire
Fire pits around pool
ditto on the fire bowls
Fire planters...Why not...Fire and water...Fire pit...Fire features...fire urns...Fire columns...Great fire urns!...fire bowls...Gas fire...fire features....fire bowl
lines. Conceived in plan as a U-shaped form, this residence features a courtyard that allows for a private retreat to an outdoor pool and a custom fire pit. The master wing flanks one side of this central space while the living spaces, a pool cabana, and a view to an adjacent creek form the remainder
Outdoor fire pit / casual area
Love the step in fire pit and appears to be zero entry
why light stone can look BAD! Dark grout!!
pretty cover on the fire bowl
Okay, this isn't a bowl, it is a concrete fire pit. But I included it because the cover over the fire is so decorative! Tip 3: Most fire bowls made for burning real wood come with a mesh cover. Once your fire is lit and has burned down a little, be sure to use the screen. This keeps sparks from floating
Playa Del Rey, CA Residence
Custom, built-in fire pit with seating, colored concrete patio with gravel channels and drought tolerant / native plant material
Why does a fire pit have to be round
this fire pit up against the wall
wedge shapped fire pit
Outdoor gas fire pit
Canoe shaped fire pit!
Wall, built in fire pit
Fire pit and rocking chairs
fire pit with built-in seating
Shape of fire pit...Like the fire pit...classy fire pit...Fire pit...The fire pit....Outdoor fire...Cool fire pit...Fire pit unusual...Fire pit, longer...built-in fire pit
Brandon Architects, Inc.
Love the Jacuzzi and the Fire pit!
Could you give me the name of the Jacuzzi company and whether they ship to England? What stone is around the fire pit?
What is the seating made of? Where was it purchased or was it custom made? Love the overall look! Is the fire pit built in with a natural gas source?
Hi Cindy, check out www.dekko.ca to see outdoor concrete fire pits. Our fire pits ship 100% complete, you just have to tie onto the gas source. I hope this helps!
Thank you for your comment. This is a custom built fire pit.
the spa and reducing the size of the fire pit and seating area. All the best to you and your project!
Thank you for your comment. Yes, the fire pit is custom made and installed with
David J. Wade Inc, Architect
Evening view of cantilevered living room from pool patio. Painted steel fire pit with granite top, quartzite paving and wall stone, copper fascia, painted steel fascia at cantilevered slab edge. Bill Timmerman Photography
granite as a seat. Its a great cocktail table as well because there is amazing view in all directions. Very versatile and usable. People often ask me why anyone in Arizona would want a fireplace, but the finish floor elevation of this house is 3000 feet so it makes the patio much more useful in the evenings
Fire pit with comfortable, inviting seating.
A little boxy and grey. fire pit gives warm inviting feel
Great stone and love the clean look on top of fire pit.
ooh la la...love the timber ceiling, all the stonework, & the fireplace. why is there no seating around it or anything?!?!
Everything but the out of place fire urn.
High ceilings and central fire place
spectacular as this one, but the idea is the same. It’s all about creating an inviting space where your guests will feel comfortable, but also warm. An open fire does just that, providing a place to stand next to with a drink, and keeps anyone wearing a little black dress and strappy heels toasty, too.