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Shelley Rodner
What kind of wood and with what did you treat it with?
What kind of wood did you use for flooring and with what is it treated with? Beautiful!!
Is it real wood painted over or plastic?
great for resistance as it does not decay as quickly as many other types of wood do. Splintering of cedar is minimum. The down side of Cedar is that while
properly maintained, its strength level of its nature is fairly low. This wood needs to be coated yearly with a sealer to maintain its beauty but it's quite
furniture - again - upscale wicker - and look at the wood on all these floors. Wood can also go vertically
I love everything here except the wood rail
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
What kind of wood is the art/chaise made of and is it treated to withstand any weather or would
Love the lounger style and look at the wood balls
Cool wood chair...Love the wood spheres...Patio chaise lounge curved wood...note the wood stick balls
“That umbrella tho...” — Liné Donnelly
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Rozelle Cottage
steps & wood planter - oh...lovely turquoise tile. wow.
Decking, indoor wood floor, open doors
wood plants retaining...Wood sliding doors and garden...wood wall...wood retain walls...wood floor...wood slat
“door flush with the deck” — wallsend1
The Labyrinth Garden
Like the color of this wood...Wood to Concrete...Wood planter with bench...wood box / seat...wood deck...wood slats
“Wood” — seaf
Pro Care Horticultural Services
9 Reviews
Koslowski Residence
4" x4" CCA Treated wood. There is also Typar Fabric and 1' Styrofoam board that seperates the soil from the actual wood of the wood boxes.
touching the styrofoam or the wood. This fabric, used in this way will have a tendancy to plane water away from the wood and styrofoam making it last
Yes... the styrofoam helps do two things. Keeps the dirt off of the wood making last longer and also allows for a little expansion of the soil during freeze
The wood you see is 1 x 4",1 x 12, and 2 x 8" rough sawn ( R4S ) cedar. What you don't
Wood be nice to have one of these in the top tight end of the garden
Is it between the wood and the fabric.
“jardin” — tiko76
New Eco Landscapes
8 Reviews
Modern in Bed-Stuy
raised flower box, wood benches and fence
Textures: Brick wall, wood boards on wall, shrubs and cement floors.
Love this tile and combination wit wood n greens
placed directly on flooring can stain it over time — or even cause rotting in wood.
Wood patio...Big pavers and wood...Wood, raised gardens, slate
“Fencing” — pennyment567
Lorin Hill, Architect
1 Review
Wine Country Modern
What kind of wood was used for the patio?
similar breezeway in the front but don't know what to replace the rotted wood with and would like to do this over my back patio Thanks Neil
What wood was used for the deck/patio and the supplier?
I'm afraid: the house itself is conventional wood frame, and the trellis is steel tube (painted) and ipe wood slats - all field built. This picture shows
(square tube columns with small I-beams and a channel fascia) with custom wood slats/palettes made of ipe.
for you is the ceiling above the deck, the nice black slick poles and the wood on top, looks nice.
On wall unit take out bottom shelves for wood storage
“Open to outside” — lynnicks
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
14 Reviews
Concrete Floored Abode - a cabin on Lake Wenatchee
cutting edge design from floor to ceiling. The open tresses and gorgeous wood tones fill the home with light and warmth, especially since everything in
stone wood metal combo, fascinating angles makes very interesting
like the corrugated metal, wood and stone. Roof line is cool and wood details
for small house/studio at farm, like the partial wood/metal clad look
love the siding, wood and rock
“For shed?” — tim1701
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