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sususu
Zis Residence
Ideabooks725
Questions1
love this yard, deck steps are great
Ground level deck walk, low plants
... deck islands that form the path ...
luv this landscape design
Ipe decking panels as steps?
Decking pavers or stepping stones
surface.Source wood that is naturally rot resistant and local to create gorgeous natural surfaces in your garden.Photos: Browse thousands of inspiring deck designs
Deck walkway...floating deck...decking walkway...wood deck
“garden” — sanskruti investment
CHECA Architects PC
14 Reviews
Exterior Designs by CHECA Architects
Ideabooks19
Questions0
Exterior Designs by CHECA Architects
sustainable design
“Screendoor” — tammy3lynn
Kurtz Homes Naples
3 Reviews
Beach Front II
Ideabooks72
Questions1
Small deck design
“Rampe modèle moderne” — micheline
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MAGDALENA & MGS Architecture
4 Reviews
Entry way
Ideabooks1,001
Questions1
porch to deck
deck door...Stairs to roof deck
“tile and tones” — carlsbadhome
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Pinewold
Ideabooks19,383
Questions15
siding in other projects and if so, how you would compare them with the cedar shakes. Love the look of this side entrance way with covered porch. Lovely design.
your question. We're not sure where the best place to purchase Ipe would be for your location. However, take a look at http://ironwoods.com. The Ipe decking in the picture was left unfinished .. however, we're sure it looks different today (7 years later). When left unfinished Ipe wood turns to a silver
Deck into lawn space. Indoor and outdoor into one. Smooth clean transition.
over doorway, decking to match current covered porches
Love the low deck and trim details
color of the deck and the play of the wood and the stones...also dark framed door. beautiful!
“Deck post” — lenicelevy
Robert Young Architects
entry
Ideabooks1,961
Questions0
any of the design decisions made for this home. The front door merely serves as a portal between exterior and interior spaces. Add to Ideabook by Robert Young Architects
glass addition, flat roof, decking around
can leave part of deck exposed as "skirt" and for step down to patio
i like this with deck all around
Love the natural stone steps leading onto the decking
this project is actually all new construction, with the gabled pieces designed to match other local buildings.
The main entry could easily be any other exterior door. There is nothing pretentious or exclamatory about any of the design decisions made for this home. The front door merely serves as a portal
The main hallway could easily be any other exterior door. There is nothing pretentious about any of the design decisions made for this home. The front door merely serves as a portal between exterior and interior spaces.
“Modify.” — pergolagirl
Mohler + Ghillino Architects
19 Reviews
Flip/Flop House(S)
Ideabooks7,521
Questions8
What is the color of the stain you used on the deck?
Ho wide are the smaller narrow deck board
manufactered by AEP Span. It is in a Zatique II finish. It requires no maintanance so it helps balance the maintanace required on the clear finish decks, doors and windows.
Couleur des marches pour le deck
The point where the wood deck connects to cement walk way... could be used at our
The pot with succulents and the decking steps
“Deck” — Kevin Tang
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Mount Bonnell Modern
Ideabooks1,697
Questions2
Check out formed concrete from "2stone Designer Concrete". Use formed concrete like this for deck walls?
Imagine how stark this facade would look without this beautiful tree? Building a deck to surround an existing tree is a classic strategy to create liveable space without sacrificing shade and beauty.
alcohol.• The honey locust does not actually produce any honey; it got its name from the the sticky residue that forms inside of its seedpods.More great design trees
“Concrete” — famflo
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