388 tree through deck Entry Design Photos

Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Mount Bonnell Modern
Can anyone confirm that this is a honey locust tree? It looks like it to me but I am far from sure! TIA! Becky
contrast of tree and wall behine
could we make concrete or tile up to the overhang or a little further back and do deck the rest of the
the entry is softened by the tall tree that rises from the wood walkway. The approach to the house wouldn't be nearly as pleasurable without the tree.
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
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
Think Contemporary
Quirky House Renovation
Where is the tree rack from?
Overstock has a similar tree coat rack for 179usd!
like the hanging tree but change
Coat tree not this one but idea to have one
Love the coat tree stand idea
I want this tree coat stand! So cool.
A wall-mounted coat tree is a smart idea for those with a bit more space beside the door — it adds personality and performs a necessary task, yet hardly takes up any space at all.Coat tree: Swedese
The stairs, typically located at the front of a house, run through the center of this one. Kelly's clients also work in design, and they love her whimsical take on the traditional coatrack. "A panel of cast iron hooks just wouldn't work for them. They really wanted me to extend the quirk factor down
“Hall tree” — Ann McCoy
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
van Adelsberg Grant Art Studio
One enters the studio through a door off the back deck. There is a thick forest just off the back of the house, and the sight lines from inside the studio lead right out into the trees. “At night it’s a dark box that glows in the forest,” Schouten says.
One enters the studio through a door off the back deck. There is a thick forest just off the back of the house, and the sight lines from inside the studio lead right out into the trees. “At night it’s a dark box that glows in the forest,” Schouten says.
“Tree” — dillon5
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
What was this deck sealed with?
rear wood deck with levels and
Everything! Raised deck, feature tree, seat
these are the french doors for the bedroom to the deck
Wood deck and benches
french doors to deck
doors from ohana to deck
Plant tree...deck planters...deck doors...deck lines...Tree on porch...back deck...Bench around tree...Tree outside doors...deck levels
“Openness” — mmc429
B&B Builders
6 Reviews
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What do you use to seal the tree trunks. And do you have a metal support in the middle of them? Thanks for your help.
Do you have any idea how long the tree is last when used as a porch column?
might solve the deck log problems
of real trees. And I love the stone.
Wood! Be at one with nature- trees
Tree posts and tall carved door
“Log beams on front porch” — hhaman
Kuth / Ranieri Architects
1 Review
Wurster Residence
What kind of tree is this? Thanks!
That is a ficus tree. (Ficus benjamina) A nice one too!
carpet leading the way through a large space
This enormous clean space, with a full-grown tree, being outdoors indoors.
The clean lines, the ficus tree, the space....
explain my decision to buy a towering ficus tree for my two-story dining room. I had purchased a number of ficus trees in the past, and none of them had survived. So, obviously, the only sensible thing was to buy a really big, expensive one, right? The day that tree moved in, it started to lose its leaves
and short of using Super Glue, nothing I did kept them in place. Every fallen leaf was like a dagger to my heart. I finally sold the house — and the tree. I know at least one of them is still standing.7. Dipping shingles. When I remodeled my house years ago, I decided to dress up the place with shingles
“light flooring” — Tracy Ramsdell
Coupard Architects and Builders
Bold Approach
A heavily wooded and sloping site inspired a bridged entry to the expanded foyer on a contemporary "Deck House". Taking cues from the surrounding landscape, the supports were canted to take on a more natural and generous approach. PHOTOGRAPHY: Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography
Would love to know deck material and stain colour!
Reminds me of a tree house. Bridge leading to house in the middle of the trees.
Railings. Would look cool on back deck
trees next to walkway..... vertical component
respects the ha-ha, or sunken ditch, served the same purpose. This raised bridge provides a spectacular entrance, as it spans woodland surrounding the deck house.
“Porch rail” — jeremy771
Mohler + Ghillino Architects
19 Reviews
Flip/Flop House(S)
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.
It's an after market out fit that does them locally. i'd have to go back through the files to confirm.
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
“Planter, etc..” — plancspaces
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