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Suzanne O'Brien
11 Reviews
Outdoor Patio Redesign
Ideabooks16,699
Questions4
I love the design. We are in the middle of redoing our backyard. here did you buy the cushions from?
Dede. Designing the bench was the easy part. After demo we found that the pipes for the pool would run under the bench so we had to dig below the pipes and build a secure bridge around them for protection. The ground was leveled and then we layed and layered the bricks in the shape you see and poured
the square back cushions. They were made within 2 weeks. We love them!
Western Pavers in San Diego did the plans for the entire patio. I came up with the bench design and
We had the custom cushions made. Because of the unusual shape we measured and made a template using butcher paper. We laid it along the bench and taped the edges, then cut each section to fit the container we purchased to store the cushions. Next went to UFO in Vista and selected the Sunbrella Fabric
“Bench and top of wall” — geoffmck
Oscar Interiors
Casa San Marino
Ideabooks4,647
Questions2
our light Millennium limestone planks. Follow the image tag of visit our website page directly here: http://www.ancientsurfaces.com/Millenium-Planks.html
I love how the walls give way to the more natural stone, its a beautiful idea.
can we do this?
“Inside pool” — Cyndie Baird
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks14,003
Questions16
Do you have a photo of the front of the house? Or any photos besides the three on houzz (2 back and 1 side)
HOW TO PLAN SOMETHING IN THE BACKYARD WITH BARBECUE IN A LAND FALLS DO
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can have dark oxides in it but it s really expensive to ship. what about just a colored cement like an acid wash. half the deck is uncovered so if it got wet it cant be too smooth.
travertine just did a huge shower in it.It was cheap. does it come irregular.My contractor was suggesting a stamp in cement to save cost.is there some way to do this and have it look like limestone or travertine.Is travertine worthy of freezing exterior weathering?
“Pool” — smkkddaniel
Veranda Fine Homes
3 Reviews
Amherst Courtyard
Ideabooks16,956
Questions24
What brand and color trim/grids are the windows? And was it customer painted by your painter or stocked that way? Are they painted white on the inside? Thanks so much! Beautiful! Exactly what we are looking for!
Love the color combo! Absolutely stunning! If you wouldn't mind sharing, is the cast stone trim around the windows also the "buff" color? We were planning on using "sandstone" but whatever you used is beautiful! Thanks so much!
Are there any floor plans available ?
We are building a house and I've finally found my stucco colors - these!! Now I see where you've already named the color, the Lunar xxx, but I'm so unaware
inside they can be stained or painted to match your interior decor. Wood windows also provide a great thermal break. While we love to use wood windows everywhere we can, many times we will use wood windows on the front elevation and vinyl on the sides. This allows us to have the high class look of the
“fireplace” — alvinquerubin
Mclaughlin Landscape Construction
11 Reviews
Fireplaces
Ideabooks22,282
Questions11
Would you be able to email me a rough drawing of the plans?
My wife and I are in Jersey, and love the design and lay out of this living space. If it's possible, if you could please email me a rough drawing of the plans, we would be grateful. Thanks!
Hello The width of the stone is approximately 1 1/2-2 1/2 inches thick,fireplace opening is 4ft,the heighth of hearth is 18 inches, the heighth of mantel from floor is 5ft, the tv is 50 inch, and the tallest
We use Mellissa Lighting and Troy Lighting.I cant remember which one we used for this project.
This outdoor room we built is approximately 14' x 16' to center of each column.
We didn't purchase this this furniture for our customer this time but I'll try and find out for you.
“Ceiling” — Brandy Gough
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Rear Planters
Ideabooks8,266
Questions5
I liked your windows. Can you tell what they are & where you got them? Thanks1
to the very talented landscape architect, Curt Arnette of Sitio Design (Austin, Texas) it is comprised of a base of decomposed granite topped with 1-1/2" of 3/8" pea gravel.
Stone Vegetable beds option 1, 3, 4
a very nice way to display a garden in the front yard
Great way to put the veggie garden in the landscaping.
landscape architect to plan your garden’s makeover, the cost can start at $1,500 for a planting scheme and run higher for a complex plan with more design elements. If you remove the lawn yourself using one of the methods described below, you’ll save the cost of demolition; otherwise plan to spend an average
“Raised flower beds” — nancymc01
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
Ideabooks28,986
Questions13
we have a red brick courtyard, can we treat the bricks to make them paler like the brick work in the arch
We are finalizing our decisions for our last home and we love the stone and grout.
We recently bought a home that was built in the 80's and has not been updated. All interior trim and baseboards are wood. I really LOVE white shutters more
You will find a few additional images on our website of the gardens. http://www.mcdugaldsteele.com/portfolio.html?section=estates_gardens_2
We were the landscape architects on this project and didnt specify the beam so I have no record of the stain finish selection.
I'm afraid we didnt specify that fixture so I am unable to offer guidance, but might suggest sharing the photo with your lighting distributor.
“Nice Climber” — carol022
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks13,183
Questions7
slope and may have to deal with runoff into the house: 1. I first dug a trench the length of the area needing drainage. Deeper and wider is better because eventually parts of the drain may clog with infiltrated dirt or silt. 2. I then layed weed barrier down on the whole area and forced it to the
trench with more 3/4 inch gravel . As this was behind my garage I gravelled the whole area . I think you could put more weed barrier over the gravel and lay down some topsoil and grow grass or some other ground cover. The solid tube to the street gets buried. It's a lot of work to build but it helps a lot
Fantastic idea. I like the way the pool edge is submerged yet visible.
the sand and dirt strained out of the gravel (that's a ton of work ) but it's like a washable filter. It just requires periodic maintanence. By the way, did you know that french drains aren't even french? They are American...From New England to be exact.
“neat concept for infinity edge” — pbmax
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