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Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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JD Garden, Hillsborough
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The garden 3 weeks after planting, on a foggy day. Photo by Steve Masley
bottom of the planters is not touching the wood of the deck, it's boosted up on 2" steel frames. This allows water to drain out of the bottom of the beds and through the deck boards onto the ground below. Air circulation between the planter and the deck allows it to partially dry between waterings. The
Of course I'm concerned about ecology, I've been an organic gardener for 30 years. And as I said, I rely on client's contractors to build the beds and make them structurally sound. In my years in the business, I've
they'll last at least another 5 years. Trellises don't stay in the same place year after year, because you have to rotate crop families even in small gardens. So having a trellis bolted to the same place in a bed limits rotation and isn't ecologically sound. Sometimes, you don't want a trellis in the back
“Raised beds for tomatoes” — Annabelle Louie
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Harmony Hill roof deck
Ideabooks4,517
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Do these planter boxes drain directly onto the wood decking, or is the water somehow directed to flow between the boards? Just wondering if deck rotting is a concern. Thanks!
deck garden. Don't like layout, but idea of it is cool
this might be nice on the deck at clarkson
Great use of deck space. A vegetable garden.
“Garden boxes” — mistydawngypsy
Spore Design
Magnolia Residence
Ideabooks2,956
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the outside decking can I ask your product of paint, venir etc to protect the wood of the elements
How is the Roof Deck detailed? I have had several suggestions and so far it seems like a Single ply with a Cedar deck on Sleepers is the best most economical way..
Decking with no surrounds and minimal planting around
roof garden and deck, no railing
I like the mixed floor of garden and hardwood
... shows that it is used as a roof deck in an urban context, Seattle, Wash. to be exact. The roof is small, but it's a patch of green that the owners can enjoy while reaping the benefits of the green roof.
“Ice plant around deck” — waxdiwa
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Magnolia Residence
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How is the structure under the deck made up to allow water to escape and not drain into the living space below
roof is sloped to scuppers on the edge of the parapets and drains to downspouts. The liveroof system sits on top of this and freely drains. The decking is built on tapered PT sleepers that are cut to fit the slope of the roof below.
Deck. We don't really want to lose a bunch of flowers where the deck is going.
Low ground level deck with garden cut out
The garden is built into the deck
Gaps in deck for mass planting, but use better plant
flower beds in middle of decking
wood deck/cover surrounded by flower bed
Give a roof new purpose.Part deck, part planted roof. this kind of design helps lessen the amount of rainwater runoff.
“integrated planting area” — Allison Stites
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Exterior
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Beautiful garden up to the lake
roof top with decking area next to it
Roof garden, fireplace and TV wall
intensive roofs on the same project. The extensive green roof in the middle ground of this photo has shallow soil and shallow-rooted plants. The rooftop garden in the foreground is comprised of pavers laid over a suspended infrastructure with intensive green roof borders.
“Green roof!” — egendron
EAG Studio
3 Reviews
Two flats in Presidio Heights
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to know the name of the deck contractor, in SF?
I have a house in Golden Gate Heights in SF, and am interested in building a floating deck over my downstairs living room. Any suggestions or sources? Thank you.
We are building a floating deck that is about 16x25 ft
Do tiled decks like this feel as solid as standard decks?
wondering if we could pull off this square pattern design using a mix of repurposed and new wood? If so, how would we accomplish the design/building of this deck? Any and all advice is much appreciated.
That is the decking i would use!!
THE wood deck, the stone patio.
I WANT THIS FOR UPSTAIRS DECK.
Contrast between grey stone and red wood deck
“Pattern” — tkriemjo
Boutique Homes
1 Review
Wickets
Ideabooks884
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the bifold doors, I can see replacing existing sliding door with a much wider opening onto the deck. Way better access than our sliding door which remains open all summer.
to the deck and backyard. Bifold doors: Bowalker Windows; zinc-top outdoor table: The Conran Shop; outdoor fisherman's lamps: Fields of Blue
Bring out its industrial sideDecking works just as well in more industrial spaces as it does in rustic gardens. Here, bi-fold doors open onto a decked area with
Bifold doors offer easy access to the decking and garden. Bifold doors: Bowalker Windows; zinc-top outdoor table: The Conran Shop; outdoor fisherman’s lamps: Fields of Blue
“sliders” — mkwagers
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
21 Reviews
NYC Roof Garden: Terrace Composite Deck, Planter Boxes, Container Garden, Plants
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NYC Roof Garden: Terrace Composite Deck, Planter Boxes, Container Garden, Plants
This wrap-around NYC roof garden design features a custom-built planter 15'x30' made of red cedar and filled with a lush mix of evergreens, spiral junipers, and flowers. Read more about this garden on my blog, ....
What kind of wood is used on the deck? Who's the supplier?
is Trex deck boards and railing
Roof deck with plants as part of railing
Plant small evergreens on roof deck????
are a welcoming sight in the fast-paced inner city, where concrete and bright lights tend to dominate our every day. Raised garden beds and timber decking gives you the chance to get back to nature any time you feel like it.
winter garden is by incorporating plenty of evergreens into the landscape. Even a rooftop garden with a mix of evergreens will feel inviting on a winter day.
“Lovely! Wheres the wine?” — kikikoona
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