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SD Independent Construction
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden Deck
Ideabooks8,647
Questions3
Ipe hardwood deck and potting bench; Photo-Mark Edgar
Which deck stain did you use here?
Mr. Miyagi: "Show me 'sand the floor'". Beautiful deck but I think of that scene from Karate Kid.
wonderful! Couple of questions. Was the bridge designed with support from below? What size/type of wood is along the edges of the deck?
Hi Susan and Aburpee, From the look of the deck it seems if they used a UV inhibitor Oil. Usually Ipe doesn't take staining well because of its density. We usually recommend
Messmer's UV Plus. These two oils have worked wonderfully for all Ipe, Tigerwood, Cumaru, and many other hardwoods. Here are some pictures of finished decks. That have used Ipe Oil or Messmer's Hope this helps.
“Decking” — jmaghoo
itamar landscape design
itamar 1
Ideabooks2,829
Questions5
Where can the bamboo deck chairs be purchased?
Love the decking - is it tiger wood?
looking for these deck chairs. manufacturer please.
Hi Diana, Based solely on the color of it it looks as if this deck is built with Ipe. Tigerwood tends to have a lighter color with those
Tree growing through the deck with green fronds growing around it.
the plants in the cut out of the deck
Deck flowing to in ground pool
Covered wooden deck next to lap pool....perfect!
ornamental grass as accent around a post or tree
Tension edge pool, wood deck, compact plunge pool
Poolside lounge. If you have a pool (lucky you!) why not steer away from the usual plastic deck furniture in favor of something sleeker and more chic? A sea grass daybed, linen-backed deck chairs and a Moroccan tea table create a light, airy feel in this poolside space. Unwind under the shade of an oversize
“Terraza arriba” — elisabethbcn
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks9,873
Questions7
what is the tall pine tree please
just wondering what type of pine tree is on the right of the picture
The tree is a Japanese Black Pine or Pinus thunbergii. This tree is over 40 years old and would normally be over 30 ft. tall, but it has been bonsai trained and pruned to attain and retain
The divider is Trex, the brand name for a composite material using recycled plastic and sawdust. Trex is primarily a decking product, but we have found it subject to less shrinkage, warping and discoloration than other composite headerboard products.
recycled plastic and sawdust. Trex is primarily a decking product, but we have found it subject to less shrinkage, warping and discoloration than other composite headerboard products.
“K” — mmmmoooobbbb
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Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks12,081
Questions5
Was this an expansion? I have a delemma with my expansion project. I have a couple of trees that are Heritage trees and are in the way of the design project, will the city let me cut them down if I plant more trees on my property?
just noticing the lovely hanging light fixtures - how are the trees wired?
We have lots of big old oak trees on our property and some hang over the pool like this. Just curious as to what they used for these lights. thank you
Many projects we take on in the Austin city limits have trees that we want to preserve. I would have your Architect or Contractor contact an Arborist to review the trees on your property. Once you have that report in hand you can have a more informed conversation
“Pool area” — paigeisfun
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.
Pebble edging around the deck and fence.
path and separation of plants/ trees
Painted deck with gravel and flagstone option
Pattern of the deck and the gravel
“gravel” — bcoastin
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks12,870
Questions6
Cool concrete planters in wooden deck
fire pit, bench, planter, deck ... and the view.
decking style, cement beds. beds to match stucco
as a decking material. Cedar and redwood have a natural resistance to the elements. Pressure-treated decking is a soft wood that has been treated with chemicals to make it weather resistant. The arsenic that was used in the past is no longer used, but if you are looking for a chemical-free deck surface
well as a decking material. Use those with a natural resistance to the elements. Pressure-treated decking is a soft wood that has been treated with chemicals to make it weather resistant. The arsenic that was used in the past is no longer used, but if you are looking for a chemical-free deck surface,
“Deck color” — jolady43
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks27,098
Questions7
Absolutely stunning. Can you please tell me what the decking material is? Thanks.
The decking is redwood, 4 x 4 dimensional size. We wanted to achieve an effect of a "floating" deck and therefore used the larger material. In this Japanese Garden, the gravel symbollically represents water, the boulders are islands. We wanted to provide the the symbollic illusion that the deck is
This is a stunning patio design. I love the cover, the varied deck levels, and the custom design that both complements and contrasts the house. I bet the owners spend many happy hours here.
Tree stump walk and the stones
give a zen feel for the decks and outdoor seating area
“stone garden” — Nidhal Al Obaidi
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
Ideabooks4,227
Questions1
between pool and poorhouse could be deck with hot tub
Loads of green trees and general oasis feel
incorporated into a a large deck
discovered on a walk through the grounds of an overgrown estate.
Secret garden. Nestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk through the grounds of
Nestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk through the grounds of an overgrown estate.
If you prefer water you can take a dip in, a small deck leaves room for a hot tub. Keeping things geometric and simple in style and materials lends a Japanese garden feel.
“lounge chair” — sjlust
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