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Erin Lang Norris
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el :Des lunettes de sécurité1 tuyau d’arrosage1 vieille brouetteDes ciseaux1 maillet1 pelle1 paire de gants de maçonnerie1 paire de gants en cuirBeaucoup
bagsRebar: 10 pieces (about 24 inches long)Sandy creek flagstone and steppers: 1,600 poundsFire brick: 50 bricksSupplies:Safety glassesHoseOld wheelbarrow
cuirBeaucoup de patienceQuelques comprimés d’IbuprofèneDimensions : 1,5 m de diamètre, 50 cm de hauteur, ce qui est déjà relativement grand, donc n’hésitez pas
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Is the fence made out of 1x1's them stained?
Our wood fence in Portland looks just like that and it is 1x1's. Ours aren't so tall, but is similar. I love the way they look! The only downside is having
Fence, but horizontal and with a design. 1x1's stained and treated
Doing panels with 2x4's vertical like 8' high with 1" spacers between and stained with cedar stain to put beside both sides of arbor
“Wall” — harritowns
Famosa - The Surface Studio
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Pools & Water Features
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Oceanside Glasstile Tessera Series Enchantment blend in 1"x1" pattern. Picture taken in Maui, Hawaii. :)
tile...Oceanside Glasstile Tessera series - color Enchantment blend in 1"x1" pattern..Ed Pawlack tile - Brea
Oceanside Glasstile Tessera Series Enchantment blend in 1"x1" pattern.
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Krannitz Gehl Architects
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Landscape stairs leading to the Outdoor Room
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We had it custom made from a local ironmonger in Whitefish. Hammered 1 1/2" dia pipe with integral lighting in the stanchions.
hammered 1 1/2" pipe with integral lighting in the stanchions...
Organic ironwork 1 1/2" hammered pipe....custom iron hammered 1.5 in dia pipe
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0 Likes January 28, 2013 at 1:34PM jdvillena is the bamboo hard to contain and maintain? 1 Like March 17, 2013 at 1:16PM PRO C.O.S Design Very easy
rather than the running variety. Have a look at clumping varieties at ... 1 Like March 17, 2013 at 2:00PM Maha Raslan hi there, Can you please tell
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Field Outdoor Spaces
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Urban Oasis
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I'm trying to find out what type of wood this fence is made of as well as if 1) it was treated and 2) does it have a sealer. Any assistance would be very
we are a bigger fan of just a normal 1" board (Which is actually .75")
That being said would you mind if I ask 1 more (promise last one)...is the fence
No problem, the fence is not tongue and groove it is just cedar 1"x6". Companies do sell a thinner cheaper material for fence veriticals that
Redwood Cedar 1x6 board & the inside landscaping
the fence is not tongue and groove it is just cedar 1"x6". Companies do sell a thinner cheaper material for fence veriticals that
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Quayle & Company Design/Build
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Landscape
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1. Reimagine your hardscape and bed lines. Serpentine lines both invoke the
by Quayle & Company Design/Build Quayle & Company Design/Build Save Email 1. Reimagine your hardscape and bed lines. Serpentine lines both invoke the
1. Reimagine your hardscape and bed lines. Serpentine lines both invoke the imagination and have a relaxing effect upon the mind. In art theory this shape
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Enduring Northwest Landscapes
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down there you can also try a 5/8"- to 1/4"- crushed gravel, compact it, then set the stone with about an 1"- 1/2" layer of clean sand. After setting
setting the path/patio sweep in another 1" or so of either the 1/4"- granite or sand. Note that this particular path was cut to fit tight (most pieces were cut
for best results I would recommend 1/4"- (minus) crushed granite because it has more angular particles for better compaction. Round rock will not work
but the availability changes over time. It was all dry-set on compacted 1/4"- gravel and edged (black plastic snap edging).
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