54 replacing countertops Mediterranean Pool Design Photos

RWA Architects
Exterior | hottub, pool,and covered porch
Ideabooks1,980
Questions0
Daisies with boxwood border to replace white rock.
small arched window with trim to replace rosette
“Pool” — tluc
Suzanne O'Brien
13 Reviews
Hardscape Redesign
Ideabooks24,179
Questions13
Cost: $3.50 to $5.50 per square foot (materials only) Pros: Durable and affordable Easy to repair — if a paver is damaged, you can pull it out and replace it Con: Feels rougher on feet and hands
Cobble. Cost: $3.50 to $5.50 per square foot (materials only)Pros:Durable and affordableEasy to repair — if a paver is damaged, you can pull it out and replace itCon: Feels rougher on feet and hands
“Palm trees” — Daria Rizzi
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Pools, swimming pools, pool coping, pool deck, pool fountain
Ideabooks212
Questions0
tile / stone pattern. use to replace some fence panels and incorporate in path/patio
“Oceanside endless pool” — Sharli Arntzen
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
Sponsored
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks7,163
Questions5
Replace with couch Underwater platform that rises and allows one to walk across to the couch in the center
“Do you think you could fit a pool on the balcony?? :-)” — jendineen
Jeffrey Smith
Wine Country Residence
Ideabooks2,160
Questions2
Eliminate flammable materials near the house. As much as I love the rustic feel of a wooden deck, if you're in a high fire hazard zone, it's best to replace it with noncombustible materials such as stone, concrete or tile — unless it was built to withstand an hour of direct flame before catching fire (current
“concrete” — apogee2015
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Seven Oaks Showcase
Ideabooks5,518
Questions2
Replace columns
“Tile work” — angeltass1
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
5700 Spanish oaks
Ideabooks4,123
Questions5
combo of stucco and stone (replace with brick?)
“grass pavers” — bardi1mona2
Ford Creative Group
1 Review
Pool Cabana
Ideabooks5,674
Questions6
I want to replace a backyard with DG but I am afraid of the DG getting into the pool and causing damage. Should I put in some kind of a barrier between the pool and
“Patio” — crose1288
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