6,057 how to build fire pit Home Design Photos

Kaplan Thompson Architects
4 Reviews
Earthship Farmstead
Ideabooks2,012
Questions4
Firm, glad to see their contributions in other buildings
lower island seating are, plus dining area and build in living features!
Nice idea for lean-to for new building, lots of natural light and spacious open plan. Lovely stove with exposed
unexpected energy bills. More: Insulation Basics: Heat, R-Value and the Building Envelope
how to cool w/ out air conditioning...space for our own house to build.
“Farm layout” — mamiche35
Lake Country Builders
12 Reviews
Lake Country Builders
Ideabooks9,508
Questions9
What is the most cost-effective way to build an outdoor fireplace and grill?
looking for detailed plans to build an "outdoor fireplace", I will soon be setting up a web site. I have recently completed building this fireplace in my backyard
following criteria: - unique design - suitable for an urban environment with fire and smoke restrictions - materials readily available from a big box lumber
stretched across the ceiling, either over an existing ceiling, or in a new build, instead of installing drywall and covering it with popcorn. Tracks, or profiles
barbecue grill used for cooking The planning involved was as much work as the building. So, by me providing the plans with customer support, half your work is
How do you do over l a popcorn ceiling?
“Wood floors” — kandilorraine
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
Hammett
Ideabooks7,807
Questions4
Also, how do you think this color on the walls would look with some splashes of black
how pretty- love the light blue with white. could use a tiny less bit of orange
white and let the actual fire do the talking. Here's a video on how to paint brick.
other element of architectural detail, paint it white and let the actual fire do the talking.
This is the interior of the building above.
“Colour combo” — gturns
Transforming Rooms
30 Reviews
Two story window treatment
Ideabooks3,943
Questions6
a nice surround but lower than normal with artificial fire or ideas for something else thanks
Hi - I'm building a two story LR as well, what is the size of this pls?
interest in the search box - some examples: remodeling tips tile backsplash how to add color layout a bedroom select paint color fireplace recover ...
look how high the drapes have to fall...how the wall goes up from the chimney
“Fire place” — Brenda Hatfield
Melander Architects, Inc.
Greenwich Village Townhouse
Ideabooks5,714
Questions8
great option for me. How can I get more info, i.e. What company manufactures these?
Love this wall system and room , can you advise how to get cabinets
the cupboard how it is it all these different squares
Gloss brick fire place with grouted mortar for and TV cabinet.
Fire place, chair...Build ins plus ladder...Fire place
“Shelving unit” — heladnos
Sandvold Blanda Architecture + Interiors LLC
7 Reviews
Moorestown Residence
Ideabooks1,362
Questions2
If we build out, maybe we could leave the chimney & paint it!
I like the openness of this house. Very cool how the living room ceiling is continuous up to the third floor room at the top
Centrally located fire place....the fire...white fire place...How much the blue sofa
“Dining table. Red chairs??” — jennag98
Jennifer Lang Designs, Inc.
Private residence
Ideabooks5,307
Questions10
How do you build a niche into an
How high are the ceilings in this room? Thanks!
an existing wall? How deep is the niche? Thanks!
Fire place...Fire place design...Fire place
“Living room 5” — smithstthomas
Eggleston Farkas Architects
5 Reviews
Cavehill
Ideabooks1,790
Questions6
We are looking to install a similar ceiling and running into issues with it meeting code for fire.
Based on the building code for our particular situation, the structure was allowed to be of Type V-N construction, and therefore no fire rated assemblies
Like layout of these lights. It looks clean how they go straight across.
help with fire code for the plywood?
“Like layout of these lights. It looks clean how they go straight across.” — karicherry
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