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The Robert K. Higgins Company
Private Residence / Saint Simons Island, GA
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love the tile on the base of the tube
Nice top marble to tube
tube tiles...Arch tube entrance
“tub” — Dolly Pacardo
Lucid Interior Design Inc.
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Trash or Treasure
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Castor Design | Recycled Tube Light - Pendant Light
beautiful room - The lights are what caught my attention- Never seen that before, are the multipe lighting tubes functional - Also what is the lighting experience like in this space.
They are burnt out florescent tubes with an incandescent interior light bulb built by Gordie Warnoff of A Higher Plane. http://www.ahigherplane.ca/
“Brilliant! An old desk!” — Jillian Goldberg
Cipriano Landscape Design & Custom Swimming Pools
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Great Waterfall Designs-Saddle River NJ–Swimming Pools NJ
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tube waterslide
Pool with tube slide
Tube slide Waterfall
tube slide, grotto
“Wow” — winrockdesigns
COLEPREVOST
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Silver Spring
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what type of copper tubing was used ?
Hi, we did this a long time ago… and I don't remember the specifics. but I know it was standard tubing found at Home Depot. The base was custom made in cherry.
Stick screen, tubing from Home Depot, set into wood base
standard tubing
“The sticks room divider” — caribsmile
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
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Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks1,460
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Thanks very much. The trellis is a DIY project made from what electricians call "rigid conduit"--an inexpensive, thin-walled, galvanized-steel tube. It's lashed together with zinc wire the way traditional bamboo scaffolding is assembled in Asia.
inexpensive, thin-walled, galvanized-steel tube, lashed together with zinc wire
Trellis walkway built from rigid conduit, inexpensive, thin-walled, galvanized steel tube.
pergola Thanks very much. The trellis is a DIY project made from what electricians call "rigid conduit"--an inexpensive, thin-walled, galvanized-steel tube. It's lashed together with zinc wire the way traditional bamboo scaffolding is assembled in Asia. http://www.therpf.com/f9/best-paint-pvc-96620/ Krylon
“Virginia creeper” — colleen45
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
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limit to how much water the tubing can handle. Start by adding the total outflow of all the emitters you plan to use. The maximum for ½-inch polyethylene tubing is 150 gph. That can mean 150 1-gph emitters, 300 ½-gph emitters or only 75 2-gph emitters. If you’re using ¼-inch tubing, the maximum is even smaller:
smaller: 15 gph. If your planned water flow exceeds the recommended maximum, you’ll need to either use larger tubing or add a second circuit to your system. You’ll also need a separate circuit for microsprinklers and sprayers.
“Organized Layout” — castle
Amy Woodward
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Ideabooks4,900
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Good use of tubes to throw nets over and protect from possums/birds
Plastic tubing for frost protection
“good idea” — sammy9317
Luci.D Interiors
Harriet Goodall
Ideabooks3,327
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Is the netting with tubing a product that can be purchased?
Rubber tube supports for netting
tubing and netting combo
larger tubing
“Deer proofing” — paluck
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