201 Smoked Oiled White Outdoor Design Photos

Anna Marie Lewis
4 Reviews
Anna Marie Lewis
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with teak oil. There will be maintanence involved with just an oil finish if you want it to look this rich each season. I am currently using Sikkens on more recent outdoor wood cabinetry and it seems to keep a richer look much longer. The cabinet box for these cabinets is a marine grade plywood and the
allow smoke to drift away is good for ventilation.
“outside kitchen” — daizemay
Rustic Porch
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get a smoke shelf in other ways- Take a look at the Rumford fireplace design that I linked to. As wood-burning fireplaces go, they are very efficient.
All my fireplaces have sloping back walls as it also part of burning functionality and creates a smoke shelf. I presume the Americans build them straight
This is white but not boring! Love the ceiling fan and boxed ceiling.
Love the ceiling. Love the white contrast with the dark color of the siding. Also like the idea of a heat source on the porch. Ceiling fan(s) are a must have.
“beams and ceiling” — mcblanks
EASYdesigns
22 Reviews
Outdoor brick fireplace
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Hi there. I love the dimensions of your fireplace and am looking at doing something similar on our patio. Most outdoor fireplaces have MUCH larger chineys, however... do you have issues with smoke not leaving the sitting area due to the relatively low (and attractive)
and the smoke flows upward quite well. But we have had some occasions (windy days) where we will get a downdraft and some smoke can blow toward the sitting area. We are considering adding one more foot to the chimney, as well as adding one more course of brick to the opening. Hope this helps.
this in white would be great for the side & rear yards.
“Outdoor fireplace” — flasthrnbel
Incorporated
Gallery Loft
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barbecue smoke — gas grills may be best in tight quarters. If you smoke, be respectful by not smoking where others may get secondhand smoke.
white fence
“Love the plants by window” — szapika
J. Tallman Builders
J Tallman Portfolio
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18 "Red Cedar w Cabot's bleaching oil.
#1 perfection 18" red cedar with Cabots bleaching oil
cabot bleaching oil western red cedar
bleaching oil...bleaching oil....cabot bleaching oil...white columns...white door...white window...white window trim...bleaching oil.
“fieldstone and cabots bleaching oil” — patrickmarciabrock
Banyon Tree Design Studio
7 Reviews
'Spira Mirabilis'
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Smoke Bush...Cotinus, Smoke Tree...White walk tiles...smoke tree on right
“walk way” — swifts
Greg Mix - Registered Architect
3 Reviews
Back Porch & Backyard of Reynold's Residence @ GregMix.com
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White Birch 3503 by Sherwin Williams.
try is White Birch 3503 by Sherwin Williams.
siding, white birch stain by Sherwin williams
White cedar shingles w/ White Birch
white birch 3503 by sherwin williams
siding white birch 3503 sherwin williams
White cedar shingles White Birch 3503 by Sherwin Williams.
Williams _ White Birch 3503
white birch 3503 semi transparent
Williams white birch 3503 stain
DeckScapes® Exterior Oil Semi-Transparent Stain
Exterior Oil Semi-Transparent Stain
“patio” — quinn222
Duane Kaschak, ID
Duane Kaschak, ID
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Oiling your teak can help it retain its buttery gold color and keep the grain from cracking, but increasing its moisture content can also make it mildew more easily. Ask your
before oiling your teak and get a product recommendation if you decide to move forward.
Oiling your teak can help it retain its buttery gold color and keep the grain from cracking, but increasing its moisture content can also make it mildew more easily. Ask your manufacturer before oiling your teak and get a product recommendation if you decide to move forward.Read more about outdoor teak
“great” — warnes associates
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