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Is the wood you used ipe? I also noticed a vertical strip of wood on the inside of the fence next to each post. Why add these piece? Decorative?
Yes, it's decorative, the extra pieces of wood.
Michelle Jacoby, Changing Spaces
Cape Cod renovation
home's roof in a different material. Think of it as an accent piece. like with the decor of the house, you wouldn't use the boldest and brightest fabric or color throughout the entire house. Instead, you would limit it to a few accent pieces — like the porch roof. http://www.houzz.com/photos/118449/
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
It is the quietest, most spectacular piece of the view. Brava!
If a DIY project, where would I be able to buy these pieces?
This patio renovation consisted of starting with an eight foot wide by 10 foot deep concrete slab that was included...
This hardwood deck on this New England front porch floor is mixed with warm, rich tones of ebony, chocolate and...
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Paradise Valley Residence
this! Now I want one in our courtyard. Cannot determine from the photo whether the frame is metal or wood. Any details re: dimensions of the frame pieces (e.g., 4" x 4" treated lumber). Also, how is it staked into the ground?
We had prefabricated pieces welded together to create this. We used parts from the "King's Architectural Metals" catalogue to create this.
what is the fence made of? The panels that fill in the support pieces. It looks semi-transparent but private at the same time. Are the support pieces metal?
Melissa Ervin Interior Design
Could you please share the info on this piece? Thank you.
Hi Christine, This is a great coffee table, isn't it? Unfortunately, I can't tell you much about it because was is one of the client's existing pieces. Thank you for your interest!
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Door County Getaway
limestone flagstone from various quarries throughout Wisconsin. It comes in bulk on pallets and we piece the stone together using stone chisels and cutoff saws. Sometimes we get lucky and the different pieces just fit together. Hope that Helps!
Rue Group, Inc. / Kathryn Rue, Landscape Architect
Rue Group, Inc.
stone in another part of the property but gave it a completely different look by setting the bottom of each tumbled square cut piece into a grout base and then setting the next piece as flush as possible in the same manner with no grout finish between thus giving an old world cobble stone feeling to the rose