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eric gedney | ARCHITECT
7 Reviews
Gracious Lake Retreat - 2nd Floor Deck
I love exposed wood beams
“patio” — firejen
Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
24 Reviews
Screened Porch Sanctuary
s & it's interesting how the did white on "walls" but left ceiling all exposed wood... hmmmm...
Exposed beams w/ clean white trim
chris added..love exposed pine roof!...round & exposed beams
“Curtain and rails” — cshinaber
F. M. Construction Ltd
3 Reviews
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painted posts but exposed pine ceiling
“painted posts but exposed pine ceiling” — albrecht66
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Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
13 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
just wondering what type of pine tree is on the right of the picture
The tree is a Japanese Black Pine or Pinus thunbergii. This tree is over 40 years old and would normally
Thunderhead Pine Tree - grows up to 10' Zones 5-10 needs 6hrs sun
Thunderhead pine, Thunderhead Japanese black pine, 40 yr old specimen here
Thunderhead pine, Thunderhead Japanese black pine, 10x15
thunderhead pine, slow growing, asian look
Candle prune pines to keep them right-sized for the garden. Pines can be challenging to keep small in the garden, because
other species do. So once a pine has grown enough to fill in a space, gardeners use a technique called candle pruning to keep pines petite and neatly shaped
what is the tall pine tree please
“Back yard” — ishalen
Divine Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Four Season Porch
What color stain did you use in the white pine floors?
the original colour of the pine? what can I find in Australia that might be similar with this type of timber?
This is a pine floor that was rough sawn
We use cedar for a lot of porch floors. We also have used pine, Brazilian cherry, and oak.
The walls are tongue and groove pine. The home owner wanted this room to be rustic, but it still ties into the
Ceiling for the kitchen, and pine floors
beams and tongue and groove painted pine paneling
“interior windows, door and trim around them. Would be great in the basement.” — marshunt
What is the flooring? Really like the reddish tinge with the knotty pine. Reddish but not too red.
Nice job! What stain did you use on the pine?
of our own pine boards. Whole room appears to be too much.
This is oak with a stain and pine walls...pine ceiling and wood floor...knotty pine walls...Knotty pine...pine interiors...Knotty pine porch...Knotty pine walls, don't like....like red with knotty pine
“Walls” — gerryamadeo
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
When you say this is exposed aggregate - can you tell me how this is done, what stone it is in the mixture
I just did exposed aggregate on my porch. It was 3/8" aggregate mix. Any concrete yard will
exposed aggregate mixed with onyx coloured smooth finish. may require
This is exposed aggregate...exposed agragate steps...exposed ag...Smooth concrete and exposed aggregate...Exposed aggragate...exposed aggregate
“Steps and succulents” — Andrew Scrape
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
eastern white pine duff--otherwise known as pine needles. Depending on where you live, you could source pine needles from whatever local pine tree species
I thought this looked like white pine needles! I would love to do this to a garden path in Montana. Would it have
last, and is it quite slippery? My path has a slight grade down, and I know pine needles can be sleek. Do they blow out of alignment quite easily? Or are
actually pine duff from white pine trees in Maine. I have seen many gardens mulched with southern yellow pine, and I personally prefer the white pine because
eastern white pine duff--otherwise known as pine needles. Depending on where you live, you could source pine needles from whatever local pine tree species
“path to perge with rock on outside” — zeldaanddakota
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