5 Indian bed sheets online Outdoor Design Photos

Manzanita Garden
I live in Dallas but would be willing to order online as well.
It appears that you used 12 inch strips cut from a 4X8 sheet of 16 guage steel (I plan to dothe same). How did you join the strips together? It appears that there is some sort of clip, or are these simply strips of the same steel cut in 3or 4" wide strips 18"
love the look! raised beds, different, looks like easy access
The metal raised bed edges. Gimme.
“Raised beds” — malesser
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
The roofing contractor was Heritage Sheet Metal / R.H. Witt of Glenview, Illinois. http://www.rhwitt.com/sheetmetal.html
Indian style...Raised beds
“Jardín interior” — Patty Garcia
Annette Tatum
We made each individually out of PVC pipe. I no longer have the pattern but I'm sure you could find something similar online.
Outdoor Indian hut...Lulu's bed
“Campfire” — mariner2
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Who is the supplier of the main stucco color- Lunar? I have searched online and I can't seem to find it. Thanks again. I love this color! My husband thinks it has a green tint and I don't think so. Thoughts?
is Finestone Stucco. Remember colors show differently depending on your monitor too. Be sure and have you contractor do a mock up for you on a 4x8 sheet of material for you to look at.
their own opinion on which technique is best. However, it seems to come down to three basic approaches 1) Slot cuts 2) Dowel Pins or Screws or 3) In Beds or Threaded Inserts. I did a quick BLOG with more detail here: http://www.verandafinehomes.com/2014/02/securing-cast-stone/
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The wood "edging" around the black rock, is it bamboo? Is it custom or something that can be purchased in sheets at a big box store? Could it be affixed to something like brick edging? Sorry for all the questions, its just very cool looking! Thank you...
That was some bamboo edging that we found at Home Depot. We purchased it online, as it wasn't available in any other stores. I would have preferred NOT to buy something from Home Depot, but we had a hard time finding a comparable
locally or on the net. The product seemed to be decent quality. But it was much smaller in person that it seemed in the photos that Home Depot had online. So I'll warn you about that. Turned out nice, though.
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