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Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Alumont
Ideabooks2,221
Questions2
Like your paver design! Can you tell me what they are and the the divider stone please?
Can you also share the name of the landscape tree on the left please? Thanks!
Showing the 4 x paving at 400 together to make 800 plus joint
Square pavers together forming a bigger square. Long pavers. Concrete color.
Group multiples together to make various shapes
“Landscaping” — gbergford
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks4,019
Questions4
of concrete steps/pavers. i live in austin, tx. did you order those online? i've looked and looked but can't find a website here that sells those. thanks! your work is gorgeous!!!
Where can I find those lights?
"how did you do this or that" "what did you use" etc... People browsing this website don't wan to read "go and hire a professional". If we could afford a designer we wouldn't be asking questions :-)
They are from Leuders, Texas just west of DFW. Surely you can find a quarry or stone dealers nearby. Grey Leuders is what it's called.
and pets that always looks neat. Set them flush so kids can enjoy bikes and push toys, or leave a gap of a few inches and add plantings, as in this photo, to create a greener look. Just be sure to ask your installer about sealing. Pavers can become stained by dirt and standing water over time.
“large pavers” — Natalie Myers
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton Estate Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks7,379
Questions5
Where can I buy that light fixture? Your work is beautiful.
Beautiful! Where can I buy that fixture? Its the perfect scale for my front entry.
Where can I purchase the outdoor wicker furniture in front of the outd
me from some of my favorite options because the fixtures I like are not listed for damp conditions (humidity if not direct water because of ceiling). We live in the Chicago area with all kinds of weather.
wanted this look and we did what was needed to accommodate for this area. If this is what you want your Designer, Architect and Builder should be able to make it happen within your City codes. Best, Markay Johnson Construction
We do not have the exact source of this fixture, you can purchase a similar
“stamped concrete” — prnadine
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Ideabooks5,075
Questions6
lovely space! I loved the fan: where is it from/where can I get it from?
It is on the second level, but can not be used when it rains. it does not have a weatherproof ceiling
You can find rod and similar drapes at Smith and Noble
We had the same problem with a screened in porch underneath our top deck. It was completely unusable if it was raining. So we did a lot of research and decided on having an under
$6500 for a 12x20 space, but it is leak proof and guaranteed for life with a transferable warranty. We even had an electrician wire it for a ceiling fan/lighting and had eye bolts put in for a bed swing. We finally have a beautiful space to relax and enjoy the rain while staying nice and dry ;)
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“Patio” — flatlet
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Ideabooks53,317
Questions17
Hi...can you tell me the manufacturer of the dining table please?
Can you please tell me what pavers you used? Thx!!
Can someone tell me the name of the skinny trees back right of photo, pls thank you
Hi. The garden bed in the planter is around 250mm x 3000mm. We used 190mm concrete blocks for the construction. Can't remember exactly the size as this project was done a very long time ago and we no longer have the plans in our office.
then we used either Manilla Tan or Dune.
Hi. The timber screen in the rear is all Merbau timber in a 70 x 19mm format. We use Intergrain or Cutek stains to bring the timber to life, from there you can pick a colour that suits.
are LED accent lights spiked into the garden bed below. They are brighter than normal in this photo due to the over exposure of night photography. You can view them at ...
“Privacy wall using plants” — fmlowe
Urban Jobe Architecture
Outside rooms
Ideabooks84,349
Questions10
We designed the outdoors spaces to serve double duty...a band in the carport, s'mores on the patio and a glass of wine on the porch. Photos by Casey Woods
I have a bench now that is built out of pressure treated wood but we are considering replacement and this looks like a viable alternative. We have a flat area to work with. What would be the most cost effective way to build given what I've described?
Where can I buy this lighting?
can I use this photo on my website - do I need to purchase?
Love the proportions you used. Can you tell
strictly fire burning. I have done projects where we have run a gas line to the fire pit as a starter though.
Hi Thanks for your interest in the image. Can you give me more information about what the site is
“love it. want a fire pit” — pleveille
Eclectic Landscape
Ideabooks56,452
Questions10
Can you tell me Why are you putting fabric on the bottom?
We are about to add troughs using them in the same way and are curious why you are adding the fabric. Thanks!
Help! We are using our tax return to paint our house. The majority of it is a pale yellow brick but the people before us built in the carport and that part is wood, as well as each end of the house (We're only painting the wood, not the brick). It's a single story ranch style home. We have a white
where can I get these planters?
In the Philadelphia area, where can I find these planters? Thx
require extra water and could get hot in the south. But for my zone 3 area, if they warm early that's good for me. These are called stock tanks and can be purchased online and at farm stores.
“mom would love this” — marygail3
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Backyard Zen
Ideabooks9,485
Questions4
broken concrete walls and steps throughout the yard when we got our turn, and we found a few more paths we had to break up. The garage was already supported by a broken concrete wall, so we reused as much as we could to retain the new levels that we wanted to create. I love the notion of recycling enough
There is also an Old Dominion paver that matches well and comes in a circle kit. Here are a couple photos from the same project with the two of them together. I think the color is called Harvest Blend.
enough to outweigh my preference of a stone wall to a broken concrete wall. And this saved money that we could use for other parts of the landscape. I convinced myself the climbing hydrangea structure in front of the wall would look awesome, and fortunately haven't been disappointed. Thank you for the
“Walkway” — buhockey
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