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ScavulloDesign Interiors
Bedroom
Ideabooks7,590
Questions9
head board and built in wall lamp
love the head board...Head board...The head board...For bed head board....This the head board
“love the head board” — christopher_cueva
SD Independent Construction
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden Deck
Ideabooks8,644
Questions3
Composite boards. Composite boards, seen here, are engineered products that are a mixture of wood fibers and plastic; a lot of the material comes from recycled plastic grocery bags. Some companies use old shredded carpets for wood fillers. Newer composite boards are wrapped in a thin plastic
how the deck is framed with edging board
plastic layer so they won’t stain or fade. These are more expensive than wood boards but often come with a warranty of 20 to 25 years, are low maintenance and can be made to look almost identical to any species of wood out there. Plus, they stay the same color as the day you installed them
this is composite board....can be made to look like any real wood...30-40%more expensive.....Fine Decks....a company
“Decking” — jmaghoo
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
gravel courtyard
Ideabooks10,029
Questions6
Distance between posts, post size, and length of boards?
Can you tell me the distance between posts, post size, and length of boards (before installation). Thanks!
Love the fence, can you please share the dimensions/spacing of the horizontal boards?
Like the board count on the fence
I like the pattern of the boards.
“Garden” — philsburrett
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks834
Questions0
We needed a bridge to cross the dry creek bed, so I designed a version of a Japanese yatsuhashi, or zig zag, bridge. It is clad in concrete backer board. I wanted to simulate a granite mountain plateau with a boulder peak. The client purchased the concrete lantern which perfectly complements the entrance
wood frames clad in concrete backer board
We needed a bridge to cross the dry creek bed, so I designed a version of a Japanese yatsuhashi, or zig zag, bridge. It is clad in concrete backer board. I wanted to simulate a granite mountain plateau with a boulder peak. The client purchased the concrete lantern which perfectly complements the entrance
“Bridge over dry creek” — lorrainewelch
Gardening By Design
Calm sanctuary
Ideabooks1,370
Questions3
We are doing a similar type of deck plan but the center boards vertical direction and the 2 ends. A border of 1 color and the rest going horizontal. I hope this makes sense. All our supports run 1 direction.
outdoor seating area on wooden boards and gravel pathway
I like the mix of board direction. and the stone path, that would lead to my garden.
I like the way the deck boards are laid in different directions
Change direction of boards with levels
“gravel” — bcoastin
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Guests Welcome
Ideabooks4,406
Questions5
Love the detail on the cornice board
Asian-inspired. This very tailored, sleek cornice board is sophisticated and simple. An Asian garment closure provides uniformity within the room's design. Styling tip: Try to use matching design elements in threes. Here, the color of the cornice board fabric matches the duvet cover and the desk chair
“Shades & box valance” — vickileavy
uttara and adwait
adwait kher
Ideabooks2,323
Questions5
The chess board in the middle is awesome. You could convert that into a coffee table if needed.
Chess board coffee table
I like the chess board
Furniture, chess board
“chess table” — malinda68
Right Arm Construction
18 Reviews
Japanese Bath House Inspired Bathroom
Ideabooks3,793
Questions6
We used Hardi board over an insulated wall then waterproofed it and furred out over that before installing the finished project.
Did you use cement board and a vapor barrier behind the fir, or just the fir?
We used Hardi board over an insulated wall then waterproofed it and furred out over that before installing the finished project
Douglas fir. We used Hardi board over an insulated wall then waterproofed it and furred out over that before installing the finished project.
“Warm” — edbarvo
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