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Greg Newton Photography
Portfolio
Ideabooks6,075
Questions3
climbing plants should e used more often
French doors onto balcony...door to upper window/balcony...climbing flowers...Door surround with Juliet balcony...front entry and balcony...Viewing balcony...climbing vines
“Met shutters” — elmine
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
9 Reviews
California Backyard and Patio
Ideabooks1,748
Questions1
really like this house ---- Note balcony, iron work and vents.
Juliet balcony support and design...small upper balcony...Fake balcony...patio/ balcony...Juliet balcony
“Courtyard fountain” — kerrihd
Sorensen Architects
5 Reviews
Eco Retreat
Ideabooks5,215
Questions4
if we do a deck off the main floor i like this idea of NO bottom supports to deal with
the steel trusses supporting deck and windows
railing/steel supports - steel posts /deep eaves with exposed lights/trim pieces in eaves area
Climbing rope...level overhang & balcony...No balcony
“ceiling” — cllorton
Colin Smith Architecture Inc.
Twin Pond Entertainer
Ideabooks2,581
Questions2
HI there - how did you support the lattice to the posts and beams - is it strong? Thanks Steve
Floral screen. Trellises on two sides of this wooden hot tub provide a support for climbing flowers to grow on, creating privacy and a sense of romance.
Really want to encourage unique climbing foliage to provide enhanced privacy....
Floral screen. Trellises on two sides of this wooden hot tub provide a support for climbing flowers to grow on, creating privacy and a sense of romance.
Floral screenTrellises on two sides of this wooden hot tub provide a support for climbing flowers to grow on, encouraging privacy and a sense of romance.
floralDes treillis installés de chaque côté de ce Jacuzzi en bois servent de support à des fleurs grimpantes et créent un espace à la fois privé et romantique
“stairs and trellis” — melyndas
mitchell garman architects
Labron Residence
Ideabooks4,260
Questions4
How's water channeled on the balcony so that it doesn't drip on to the patio underneath?
We built a house 9 years ago with an uncovered 2nd story balcony that is 6 by 20. We used a tongue/groove composite decking that was supposed to provide
company (decking material) went out of business. We need to tear out the balcony and build it back in a way that will not leak to the ground floor porch
no columns on balcony but columns on wall to hold up roof
nice it's to good of balcony Reling
“Terrace” — cihideung
The Works
9 Reviews
Sellwood Library House
Ideabooks5,087
Questions8
there’s adequate support at the location you want to install the rail. If not, you’ll need to add it. Keep in mind that the rail needs to support not only itself
additional support because the unit itself is already solid wood. However, if the rail is to be mounted directly to a wall surface, extra support will likely
there’s adequate support at the location you want to install the rail. If not, you’ll need to add it. Keep in mind that the rail needs to support not only itself
additional support because the unit itself is already solid wood.However, if the rail is to be mounted directly to a wall surface, extra support will likely
concrete. Peacock explains that when someone is sliding the ladder or even climbing on it, there is no force pulling down on the rail or the mounts (the floor
“Windows and glass” — karenfolgner
DD Ford Construction, Inc
13 Reviews
Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks3,861
Questions2
balcony idea with no dividers between units. Thick wood support beams with architectural detailing
by the use of wood columns. This newer house has its Monterey colonial balcony on the rear elevation. Though this style designation is not as well known
stucco, brick and wood siding; wood shingle roofs; and the cantilevered balcony on the street-facing facade.More about Monterey colonial architecture
“Door shape” — kfanfan
Alice Masin
Alice's house
Ideabooks4,492
Questions8
What type of stone is used to make the balcony floor?
love the green and white plantings on the balcony railing
Frame it with a climbing vineGreenery is an absolutely must to bring your balcony to life. But think beyond potted plants and
Even balconies can get the feel of an enclosed sanctuary. Here, planters increase the height of the wall and give the space more intimacy. It might be
flower (and smell divine). Also take inspiration from this Mediterranean balcony by installing some Tuscan-style bistro chairs, where you’ll be able to sit
“Table” — maiyoo82
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