581 material countertop Outdoor Design Photos

Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Outdoor kitchens and fireplaces
Ideabooks4,127
Questions2
Really like your island design and patio. Would you mind sharing patio material you used with the "used brick" detail? Thank you!
brick, probably a cheaper material
Countertop ideas...countertop by grill
“since it is outside, do you follow the brick around from the front... or stone from the basement?” — digitalsully
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: James & Lynsey Purl
Ideabooks2,919
Questions1
can you please tell me what the material is for the counter top.
can you let me know what the counter top material is please?
what is the countertop
The openings with baskets and the brown concrete countertop. Size too
like the thick countertops, different stone, slide in grill option
material on counter...shape, materials,
“trash cubby” — pamjdeboer
Cording Landscape Design
14 Reviews
North Mountain
Ideabooks931
Questions1
Plenty of countertop space to put out food
rock and poured concrete countertops
Backyard materials...levels
concrete countertop...outdoor countertop...stone countertop
“Bbq” — jredmonds
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Tim Cuppett Architects
12 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks21,933
Questions11
3. A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel and wood fence incorporates three materials into a unified design. The key element in bringing different materials together is that they all reflect the same pattern and rhythm.
wood fence is nice, mixing materials...
A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel and wood fence incorporates three materials into a unified design. Architect Tim Cuppett says that the key element in bringing different materials together is that they “all reflect the same pattern and rhythm
3. A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel and wood fence incorporates three materials into a unified design. Architect Tim Cuppett says that the key element in bringing different materials together is that they “all reflect the same pattern and rhythm
“Fence and tall planter” — Kathy Isaak
Garden Of Eva Landscape Design Group
7 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Revival Makeover - New Barbecue & Serving Counter
Ideabooks182
Questions1
granite countertop
thick slab countertop
fat countertop is nice
Like decking and counter material
“Good outdoor bar” — cwaller123
Norelco Cabinets Ltd
7 Reviews
Hawaii 1
Ideabooks6,554
Questions7
What material is the floor madeof
What is the material the floor is made of?
what is this countertop made of and what is the base of cabinets
great floor tile for kitchen with blue granite countertops
Great materials
“One stop shop for casual outdoor” — awveraafv
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Southern patio and stone walk
Ideabooks6,561
Questions1
different roofing material and siding material
Changes in path materials. Consideration should be given to the size and materials of garden paths, as this can greatly enhance
change pathway materials and widths to either speed visitors up or slow them down so they can enjoy details and the surrounding environment in your yard...
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects 4. Changes in path materials. Consideration should be given to the size and materials of garden paths, as this can greatly enhance the experience in your garden. Larger, more defined paths allow for quicker
their pace and direct their eyes downward. This is a great way to draw attention to the small details in the immediate surrounding area. Changing the material and/or scale of a path is also an effective way to signal the transition into a new garden room.
“its what i dont like” — mawzawmawzaw
Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
Provençal Garden
Ideabooks1,279
Questions1
Photo 5. Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved into rocky cliffs and feature walls and other features made from local stone. You can give your garden a sense of place and reduce its carbon footprint by sourcing materials locally.
5. Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved into rocky cliffs and feature walls and other features made from local stone. You can give your garden a sense of place and reduce its carbon footprint by sourcing materials locally.
Mediterranean element- local materials for walls and structures
Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved into rocky cliffs and feature walls and other features made from local stone. You can give your garden a sense of place and reduce its carbon footprint by sourcing materials locally
“MEDITERRANEAN--STEPS ON SLOPE” — nebtexs2
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