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AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mod. Kensington
Ideabooks715
Questions0
8 Step Residential application: Step 1) excavate paver shape (min. total 7" depth: 3" gravel (base rock) & 4" for concrete paver) Step 2) frame out paver to finish grade (1" wood boards doubled up for 2" gap between pavers). Oil all wood for form release
shown, Contractor used CH-320 Golden Sandstone Color Hardener. Step 6) If color test sample is ok, dust apply white cement-color hardener mix powder (1/8"-1/4" thick) evenly over fresh troweled concrete paver Step 7) Use steel trowel to level pigment to an even surface appearance. Run edger (rounded trowel)
“landscape steps” — Marcelino Sousa
Sonoran Landesign
9 Reviews
North Scottsdale Residence I
Ideabooks4,394
Questions4
The pool coping and flooring are travertine pavers (approx 1 1/2") thick, the joints in between the individual pavers and the tumbled unfilled top surface help keep they "slip factor" down. With regards to the temperature: Living in Arizona you know that everything gets hot, however with this Travertine
he pool coping and flooring are travertine pavers (approx 1 1/2") thick, the joints in between the individual pavers and the tumbled unfilled top surface help keep they "slip factor" down. With regards to the t
“I” — domz32
Little Miracles Designs
9 Reviews
A Park Slope Modern
Ideabooks1,906
Questions2
This is Ipe wood, boards are 1"x6'x8'. The posts are regular treated wood.
This is Ipe wood, boards are 1"x6'x8'. The posts are regular treated wood.
Fence, horizontal IPE 1x6
Ipe, 1 x 6 x 8...Fence 1x6x8
“Love the vine on the back fence” — Kimberley Porter
Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Ideabooks10,986
Questions6
We're planning a home build - haven't broken ground hope to do so 1st part of 2013 weather permitting. Over the last 2y identifying "all".....or as many finishes as I can before ground break (help manage cost issues - even have 1st, 2nd, 3rd choices...just in case!). The focus over the last few weeks
weeks deciding on exterior finishes. Thank you for offering apld.org - there isn't a listed member in my area - only 1 for Indiana. But had a preliminary consultation with "Designscape Horticultural Services, Kyle Lueken, Landscape Designer/Consultant, LEED Accredited Professional - several months
Oooh, I like that too but can't grow it in Gulf Coast z9. I can't describe the 1st time I ever saw it. It was planted in about a 10'x8' masse - took my breath away. It was at a memorial garden dedicated to the first responders at the
“blue stone pavers” — Michelle Dittmer
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks12,289
Questions8
It is a 1/4-1/2" pea gravel called "Pami Pebble" readily available in Northern California. The availability of decorative gravel will vary depending upon where you
Pami pebble (readily available in Northern CA) 1/4" to 1/2" pea gravel
additional lighting 1
“llighting” — lenalouie
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Hillside Residence Hanover NH
Ideabooks10,681
Questions11
We are installing a similar model stove on 1/2 " cement board with til
We are installing a similar model stove on 1/2 " cement board with tile on top. We are having a hard time finding a wood trim that fits over the board and tile
were able to feather any height variation, only 1/4-3/8" in the picture framed trim.
These braces are 4 1/2" thick and 36 inches tall. They were custom.
1. A covered outdoor room. Many of you are dreaming of a three-season outdoor room. This room's usefulness is extended by a wood-burning stove to keep loungers
“Addition” — S Giobbe
Equinox Architecture LLC
4 Reviews
Royal Tiger
Ideabooks8,195
Questions10
metal panels are sandwiched in frame of 1X4's, with a 2X6 top rail / cap and 8x8 newel posts. I hope this helps! Robbie
This floors is stained concrete. The stained concrete floor has 4-1/2" re-inforced slabs with in-floor hydronic
This floors is stained concrete. The stained concrete floor has 4-1/2" re-inforced slabs with in-floor hydronic heat from a geothermal / geoexchange heat pump. For these slabs, there was pigment added to the concrete
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“Cement” — pattycavazos
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Contemporary/Modern Designs
Ideabooks1,048
Questions3
found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass to be mowed to less than 1½ inches during the summer. Suggested varieties: Alta, Kentucky-31
found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass to be mowed to less than 1½ inches during the summer.
found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass to be mowed to less than 1½ inches during the summer.
found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South.Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass to be mowed to less than 1½ inches during the summer.Suggested varieties: Alta, Kentucky-31
“Landscape No-Mow Red Fescue” — Studio Mira, LLC
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