136 4" Granite back splash Exterior Design Photos

markdesign, llc
10 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
Ideabooks2,328
Questions4
No bother at all. That's why I post things on this site. The darker red flowers at the back of the garden are Jupiter's Beard. They also come in white. The bright red flowers you love so much are a red Penstemon. A wildflower from New Mexico and Arizona.
Simple soffit. Like rough columns. Like roof water spouts. If will splash too much, can place chain drains at ends.
and the plants; similar to our back yard in Sedona.
this is what I want... larger than DG -- crushed granite gravel has a brick-like color
Crushed granite gravel, $60/sq yard or more
Crushed Granite Gravel as opposed to DG, Decomposed Granite.
and it can be twice the cost of the similar but more humble decomposed granite.Special considerations: It's similar to decomposed granite.Maintenance: The upkeep for crushed granite gravel is similar to that for decomposed granite and pea gravel, as it has some of the same qualities as each of those materials
“Cement chairs” — mpwilde
Moore Architects, PC
Falls Church Cottage
Ideabooks4,544
Questions8
openness and connection among the rooms. An existing garage was integrated into the house volume, becoming the kitchen, powder room and mudroom. Front and back porches were added, allowing an overlap of family life inside the house and outside in the yard. Rather than simply enlarge the rectangular footprint
The siding is Hardiplank smooth lap siding with a 4" exposure. The paint color is Ben Moore's Chestertown Buff (HC-9). Thank you for your interest in out work!
E.g part. Deck out back and side section their kitchen?
COLOR: The siding is Hardiplank smooth lap siding with a 4" exposure. The paint
Back porch idea Raised Sides then a small rail at the top
Like porch for back but bigger
“warm” — smits152
SB Architects
The Hillside House
Ideabooks11,077
Questions6
I am doing a kitchen renovation and would like feedback on the back splash. My new kitchen has hazelnut distressed cabinets(so creamy color with yellow undertone) and some scratched edging revealing the wood, plank wood floors, brown antique granite and wheatstone
I like the see through slats. You could put a hot tub back there and still have some privacy or shade
“house design and wood. lots of wood” — Richard Harrison
Maplewood Building Company
3 Reviews
Chapel Hill Kitchen
Ideabooks2,558
Questions2
Yes, the frame is made of 4 x 4 angle aluminum.
great back splash idea
Glass splash back
“View” — dutchess411
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
Ideabooks6,772
Questions9
Thanks for your question. The decking is 1x4.
The ceiling is very cool. We think that we would like to do 2' tall granite blocks under the columns, 2"granite treads on the porch stairs and granite tile on the face of the porch concrete (yes we know this will be pricey)
Back of house balcony style?
1x4 Mahogany Decking
1 x 4 decking...Back porch
“Love the deck” — jchancery
Steve Zagorski, Architect
10 Reviews
Block House
Ideabooks6,516
Questions10
shed area intersects the one-story area to the left of the front door suggests the shed was added. And is it a butterfly roofline, also rising to the back wall? Thank you.
Wood, grey, white, and a splash of color. Always looks classy
Back of kitchen back door
brick, color splash, fence
1x4 cedar fence
“Wood, grey, white, and a splash of color. Always looks classy” — likakarp
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister Master Builders - Exterior 1
Ideabooks4,536
Questions3
The name of the stone is called “oak hill granite" and is found locally (to Kennebunk, ME). This stone was used for the chimney and foundation.
Love these steps with grass in the back
build up with back fill front to have walkout in back
wall to define the back yard
Stairs and wall for back yard and the hill.
“Stairs” — weezie27
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Pickering
Ideabooks7,838
Questions2
my builder said the wood products company would not provide a warranty for wood with vines growing on it. My pergola started rotting out after 4 years of vines. What wood would be recommended and how long would it last?
last for many years even untreated. A key to longevity is having the appropriate ground clearances, and attachments to avoid continual dampness or splash. In certain situations the horizontal beams and posts can be capped with flashing to prolong the life. Part of having a vine on a trellis or arbor
back of the cottage by grape vine?
“the pergola” — fernandoleonetti
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