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Fredman Design Group
12 Reviews
Outdoor Kitchen
Ideabooks6,284
Questions9
elements; the countertop was done in honed granite and the cabinetry is marine-grade teak. To bring the modern design into harmony with the natural su
If the weather outside is frightful, consider marine-grade woods like teak for your cabinetry
wow think about marine grade teak...marine grade teak cabinets
“everything” — krysreeshay
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Marin County Residence
Ideabooks5,682
Questions6
Marin County Residence. Indoor-Outdoor shower. Peaceful.
The design of this modern Marin County, California, house includes many interior courtyards. This one provides
towel rack where to get marin...Marin County Residence
“Love the Open Shower” — Esme Gomez Martinez
merge studio
3 Reviews
napa residence
Ideabooks10,592
Questions11
been started. We believe it was purchased from a company called "Marin Backyard" in Marin County, CA.
been started. We believe it was purchased from a company called "Marin Backyard" in Marin County, CA.
“Pergola” — lkbent
Lewis Aquatech
21 Reviews
Fateh Night
Ideabooks19,739
Questions20
In his book Blue Mind, marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols writes how being close to or in water can improve
Lewis Aquatech Save Email In his book Blue Mind, marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols writes how being close to or in water can improve
In his book Blue Mind, marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols writes how being close to or in water can improve
“El color” — nana2220
Jodie Rosen Design
22 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks92,029
Questions51
Hi Jodie I saw that you used a marine grade varnish. I'm wondering if you have any feedback on how that is holding
it is a marine grade varnish in a matte finish.
this sink is used regularly. there is a marine finish on the wood which protects it from water damage.
it's called a marine varnish.
“All sink” — George S. McGregor
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks160K
Questions92
insulate deck floor, by enclosing the stringers with marine plywood, the insulation, and another marine plywood as the subfloor. Will that be sufficient to
a few years ago. It did make sense because wood would no matter if it is marine grade will rot. Much like PT lumber will if you don't let it dry out completely
was enclosed I would not have a problem with your idea. You would not need Marine grade because you would use Ditra which is easier that cement board. It
“The fireplace” — dantebean
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Santa Barbara Living in Marin County California
Ideabooks35
Questions0
Santa Barbara Living in Marin County California
rose and dahlia gardens and a picturesque splash pool. Just two minutes to Marin’s finest schools.
“patio with table-and-chairs AND chaises” — gimmegimmeshelter
Anthony Baratta LLC
CONTEMPORARY
Ideabooks172
Questions0
Coffee table and mariners star on armoire
Nautical naturals; mariners compass, blue and white rug
furniture with mariners compass
“Upholstery fabris” — irenepentesco
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