14,337 Finishes Outdoor Design Photos

debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,442
Questions8
the finish on the concrete table? stain? lacquer? colored concrete?
im looking to make a table like this and i like the finish.
Is an acid wash done on the concrete to achieve the sand finish?
What is the process to create sand finish?
This sand finished uncolored concrete (regular gray) was finished using Topcast #3, which is applied to the concrete when it is wet, then washed off the next day to reveal the sand in the concrete.
The structure of this outdoor kitchen is concrete block finished with a custom colored
This sand finished uncolored concrete (regular gray) was finished using Topcast #3, which is applied to the concrete when it is wet, then washed off the next day to reveal the sand in the concrete.
“could work for the area I have.” — thereg661
Abramson Teiger Architects
9 Reviews
Abramson Teiger Lima Residence
Ideabooks2,050
Questions3
What is the finish on the concrete? is it broomed?
sand broom or trowel finish concrete
have outdoor patio concrete finished, not just interior.
This Photo has 2 Questions: VW Fowlkes wrote: concrete terrace - What is the finish on the concrete? is it broomed
broom finished, with expansion seams
Sand finish concrete patio
Sand finish and color
matt finish and simple
concrete finish patio
Sand finish concrete
Sand finished concrete
Finish on concrete?...Sand finish...Sand finish
“Floor tiles” — mashaely
BRADANINI & ASSOCIATES
4 Reviews
Tropical Beach Entry Pool
Ideabooks9,857
Questions2
Please say what kind of finish the sand look is on the floor of pool Thanks
Pebble Tec finish creates the look of a natural, sandy beach entry
preference.This Pebble Tec finish creates the look of a natural, sandy beach entry and blends in with the landscape's native boulders and grasses.Cost estimate: $92 to $105 per linear foot, installed (varies significantly according to region and labor)Pros: Long-lasting, resilient finish (15 to 20 years)More
looking than plasterColor options give homeowners a variety of looksStain resistantNonslip finishLow maintenanceCons: More expensive than plasterNeeds to be installed by licensed, trained expertsNon-slip finish can be rough on feet if not installed correctlyScale (calcium or mineral buildup) can be a
“Walk in pool” — myprojects2014
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,121
Questions4
This is sand finished uncolored concrete.
No, this is sand finished concrete poured in place and scored as shown. They are not individual concrete pavers but one large surface with scoring
No, this is sand finished concrete poured in place and scored as shown. They are not individual concrete pavers but one large surface with scoring to add some interest and help prevent cracking.
See notes on sand finished concrete
Concrete is uncolored & sand finished
“The tall grasses look relaxing” — Chateau
austin outdoor design
live eat relax and play in the back yard
Ideabooks16,576
Questions6
up much oil the first time it’s finished. Apply it with a brush or a pump sprayer (like the ones used by pest control people) and then wipe off the excess, like a hand-rubbed finish on a fine piece of furniture. We find that it is best to apply a second coat of finish about four months after the deck
“Nice deck and lighting” — Don Trimble
Famosa- The Surface Studio
1 Review
Pools & Water Features
Ideabooks14,246
Questions5
possibilitiesLongest lasting of all pool finishesA shimmering and luxurious effectCons:Depending on the glass tile and pattern chosen, can be the most expensive of all finishesRequires an experienced tile setter educated in the specific requirements to install glass tile properlyLong installation time
Glass tile is a luxurious pool finish choice. While the initial investment of anywhere from $75 to $100 per square foot (installed) is a jaw dropper, glass tile surfaces can last almost indefinitely if maintained properly.Cost estimate: $75 to $100 per square footPros:Endless variety of design poss
“awesome pool” — bellamy803
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Sedges
Ideabooks1,443
Questions1
U.S., depending on the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
U.S., depending on the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate
the U.S., depending on the variety.Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
“why not rather than lawn .. works beautifully” — Shirley Morgan
Contemporary Patio
Ideabooks277
Questions1
No just your standard rock salt finish the coffee table is coming this week with the fire pit in it I can hardly wait
front patio concrete finish. standard rock salt finish
rock salt concrete finish - scored
Concrete salt finish
salt finish concrete
rock salt finish concrete
Patio with salt finish
Concrete with rock salt finish.
Pool Deck Salt Finish
Salt finish with scoring
rock salt finish...Rock salt finish.
“patio bench” — ninadc98
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