317 maple & concrete counters Exterior Design Photos

Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
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Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
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materials are Arizona Sandstone. The pavers are 1-1/2" thick set on a concrete base slab. The walls and mailbox are constructed out of cement block with a ledger style sandstone veneer. The pots are custom with a colored concrete additive to be complimentary with the adjacent materials.
question. If you are asking what is the pink flowering plant directly under the trees, they are Penstemon, an perenial flower. The trees are Japanese Maples or Acer Palmatums.
The two trees are matching Japanese Maples, or by the botanical name "Acer palmatum"
“Front Walkway/Patio” — marcopresutti
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Our 1954 Mid Century Ranch Home, Napa, CA
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Completed front, with half of asphalt driveway taken out and replaced with concrete padding, a gravel path and landscaping. Landscape architecture designed by Roche + Roche
Can you please tell me if you bought the concrete rectangles and had them arranged on site or were they poured on-site. If not poured on-site, where did you get them please? Also, who made the Corten Steel planter please? Many thanks!
The concrete pads were poured on site see (http://www.napaproject.com/2012/10/concrete-poured.html) . The corten steel planter boxes were custom made for us by OnSpot Welding in Novato.
Old concrete next to new is fine, lots of pavers and mulch
“Roof thickness” — sonyasass
Design Platform
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Hornstein Residence
Ideabooks5,207
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Fully renovated 1969 ranch. New exterior color scheme, and custom designed and built front door made from Mahogany and Maple. All photography by: www.davidlauerphotography.com
This is a custom door. Combination of maple and mahogany. Built and installed by A Touch of New. www.atouchofnew.com
colorful maples and shrubs. porch lights
“Extended gable” — suzannesteppe
PLACE architect ltd.
1 Review
PH-1
Ideabooks6,471
Questions11
The green exterior "tiles"..are they concrete board? Did you paint it or was it manufactured this color?
In another photo, you can see there are concrete 'tiles' or mat. If you google "drivable mat", you will find examples. I think that's what was meant by porous.
Transition from pervious concrete to permeable pavers near garage.
There are even pervious asphalt and concrete options that can replace traditional materials on high-traffic driveways or entry roads. Basically, the structure of these materials is similar to that of conventional concrete but with wider pores. I’ve heard conflicting conclusions about
because of the reduced risk of accidents from standing water or ice. From what I understand, research is still being done on the performance of porous concrete in cold weather.
“hardie board and wood” — 19irina
Westfall Design Studio
4 Reviews
Contemporary Farmhouse
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color but it was a custom integral colored plaster finish which is what gives it the mottled look. The front of the house has natural grey poured concrete walls at the entry and the rest of the plaster was done to blend with that.
beautiful color and surface...poured concrete? good design if simpler
Stucco and board sided concrete combo
“Metal roof, stucco” — Blake Hicks
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks2,047
Questions3
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cedar siding with Autumn Maple by Sherwin Williams
cedar siding - stain- Try Autumn Maple 3112 by Sherwin Williams.
color for exterior stain Autumn Maple 3112 by Sherwin Williams
“Window/cladding detail” — antresidential
David Coulson Design Ltd.
19 Reviews
David Coulson Design Studio
Ideabooks3,140
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japanese maple
aggregate concrete stepping stones
Thread leaf Japanese maple
Japanese Maple, Asian pottery
Green Japanese maple
Japanese maple...Maple landscaping
“Pretty.” — 501daysofyvette
SRM Architecture and Interiors
1 Review
Creekside -- Gardens
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Concrete slabs in back @ door
This is one style of garden we did not explore. Asian. Here the concrete slabs set at geometric opposing angle creates and interesting niche for plantings that remind me of your area inside. Your house has a very Asian
hosta,pine,maple corner
Rocks and concrete slab.
garden, maple pine...Concrete sections...concrete paving
“Patio and Japanese garden” — kayokomonroe
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