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Chioco Design
Exterior photo of addition
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Stucco and aluminum storefront system. New Ipe deck and pool. Casey Dunn Photography
Love the design. Can you tell me where the red and white chairs are from please.
Is this wood deck built "over" a concrete patio? We have a concrete patio that must be 53 yrs old. Originally,
Having trouble seeing the responses, so sorry if I am repeating question. Please let me know where you got the chairs and table thank you so much. THe deck is gorgeous
there, is this an Ipe wood deck? If so, do you have to apply a sealant in order for the tannins to not leach into the pool? We're looking at installing an overhanging deck around fiberglass pool. Love the design by the way.
No, there is no concrete under the wood deck. You can build over an old
“Enter patio from bedroom” — martcar
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
Ideabooks2,034
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E2 Homes Modern ipe deck and landscape. Landscape and hardscape design by Evergreen Consulting. Architecture by Green Apple Architecture. Decks by Walk on Wood Photos by Harvey Smith
Nice design. What kind of block is used here Thanks for any help
What material is used on the deck flooring please - pretty!
What is the deck stain please...color and manufacturer. Thanks
beautiful deck. I don't see any screws, did you use hidden fasteners?
the roof only covers part of the deck and it doesn't look odd.
like ipe decking - no visible screws
general feel and flow of decking and colour
love this dark stained deck, looks like hardwood floors
Beautiful example of an IPE deck. . .and we stock this product!
“colour of decking” — smsdoades
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks4,076
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What is the deck made of and the stain?
Thank you for your excellent question about our Fifties Split deck and its finish. The deck is cypress. Due to its density and natural oil content -- in addition to its natural component cypressine, the very things that make it
why does the deck seem to float?
Deck as a transition to garden
really like the dark edge on this deck, plus the cypress is really pretty.
Decking and clad different colors. Grass flows under deck.
floating deck and the black siding. modern.
Floating deck concept is really nice recess the
“e” — jrenvoye
Decks by Kiefer LLC
Contemporary Decks
Ideabooks69,142
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Elegant multi-level Ipe Deck features simple lines, built-in benches and an unobstructed view of terraced gardens and pool in New Jersey (c) Decks by Kiefer
Love the deck! What kind of wood?
what is the color stain used on the deck?
I just installed an ipe deck and am tossed with letting it just bleach out or oil it looking for the pros and cons of either
Looks great!! I just had my deck finished, I am looking for a barnish that will give that final look! Any ideas?
I would love to know the color of stain used on the deck.
If the deck surface is less than 30" above grade we don't need a guardrail
love the decks looks awesome has lots of space to set
Bench design would make nice cap for retaining wall
“Patio” — becky0169
Tim Davies Landscaping
Harrisdale
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What kind of finish did you use on this deck?
how do i build this deck
Beach house interior designs
What size is the deck?
deck con maceteras, me gusta el verde
deck/patio out of wood
elevated deck with raised planter
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“planter boxes” — letiziagrace
Acorn Garden Houses
Pool House
Ideabooks11,727
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What is the stain and type of wood on the deck?
The deck is so beautiful!! How do you put lights in it?
They are a 1 watt LED deck light in copper, but you can get them in 316 grade stainless steel. They require a driver to run the lights and any qualified electrician can install
we could use a deck like this
Love the lights in the deck
love the overhang on the roof and the deck
Like the decking material and the lighting in the deck and the edge profile
“Deck lights” — ctaylor13
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Marin Bungalow
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Any special considerations when doing deck this low to the ground?
I'd also like to find out more about how to construct a good deck at grass-level
How about using composite decking?
I love that this deck is built into/on the ground.
Deck to grass and louvered shades
decking flush with grass
Flush deck - similar
decking built into lawn
Flat deck, beside garage
Love the decking, superb
Flush deck with yard.
Wood deck and furniture
lawn touching decking
French door and wood deck
deck on ground...ground level deck...flat deck...Low deck...Deck possibilities...Deck ideas...deck extension...Grass to deck...Flat deck to lawn...awnings -- decking...lawn and deck...Deck out back...wood deck
“Pergola, grill” — Allan Stone
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Oceanfront Deck
Ideabooks3,850
Questions2
Yes, the concrete edge was designed to receive the decking edge cleanly. Regarding the architectural details, every home we design is custom and we share the finished result publicly in photos, but not actual design details.
was designed to receive the decking edge cleanly. Regarding the architectural details, every home we design is custom and we share the finished result publicly in photos, but not actual design details.” “Concrete edge and Ipe Wood deck” “run deck right out to concrete retaining wall/ like” “Deck with
of the options. When the grade around the house is manipulated to less than a 30-inch differential, the view wins every time.More: Dream Spaces: 12 Decks That Rise Above It All
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