49 Michigan Maple Block Patio Design Photos

Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks1,983
Questions2
Windows and doors are a custom product from Grabill Windows of Michigan. http://www.grabillwindow.com/ Other vendors we considered were Duratherm, Dynamic, Loewen and Marvin.
Windows and doors are a custom product from Grabill Windows of Michigan. http://www.grabillwindow.com/ Other vendors we considered were Duratherm, Dynamic, Loewen and Marvin
Windows and doors are a custom product from Grabill Windows of Michigan. http://www.grabillwindow.com/ Other vendors we considered were Duratherm, Dynamic, Loewen and Marvin.
“good wood and red brick 2” — Woodrow Fountain Jr
Schwanke Architecture
Pool and Cabana
Ideabooks15,643
Questions9
What kind of ivy is growing up wall? Do you know if it will grow in Michigan
I live here in michigan n if u want a climbing ivy get the English ivy it grows very well and spreads fast in michigan
patio random blocks
“1” — jonynocham
Sheldon Pennoyer Architects
1 Review
New Hampshire Lake House
Ideabooks4,604
Questions4
I like the staggered blocks on this patio
Adirondack chairs and maple
“Love the wood and the water.” — littlejenni
Janet Paik
Birds of Prey Courtyard Garden by Living Green
Ideabooks10,478
Questions5
Hi nerdenheimer -- There are a mix of conifers, maples, mosses, Japanese maples and rare miniature baobab-type trees. I'd encourage you to reach out to the designers behind this space, Living Green (http://www.livinggreen
Lush greenery to block neighboring balconies
planting space in the courtyard, so Dalbok and Pruett used all the vertical space they could. Each living wall explodes with conifers, maples, mosses, collectible Japanese maples and rare miniature baobab-type trees. Dyeing the gray concrete with a warmer terra-cotta hue made the patio feel less industrial
“Privacy and tranquil feel - mel” — cando79
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks13,956
Questions13
and Doors provided all fenestration for the project, including the lift-slide doors you see here. All were custom designed, engineered and built in Michigan. They make a terrific product. http://www.houzz.com/pro/tgrabill/grabill-windows-doors
extending the house backward without blocking a neighbour's view
Tiles with tree blocks, lighting, and lower shrubs
“LOOK! no step back patio great idea” — chhorthompson
Janis Gosbee Design Inc.
8 Reviews
Kitsilano Heritage Home
Ideabooks9,058
Questions9
Colours are as follows: (All paint specified is Benjamin Moore), main house colour Maple Leaf Red 2084-20, casing trim (the cream) Sandy Brown CC-150, interior window frame Raccoon Fur 2126-20.
Could paint shake maple leaf red 2084-20, paint the edges raccoon fur 2126-20, cream column.
Benjamin Moore Maple Leaf Red & Raccoon Fur
Maple Leaf Red, Cream Trim, Black Window Trim
“Like the scale of these brackets. I would like them pegged” — hamiltonhomedesign
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
TANK 2012 Client photographs
Ideabooks10,372
Questions6
The red tree is a Japanese maple and I'm sorry I do not recall the other tree. Thank you for your interest and I'm sorry for the delay.
The red tree is a Japanese maple and I'm sorry I do not recall the other tree. Thank you for your interest and I'm sorry for the delay. January 9, 2013 at 8:31am
Amazing Maple again.
Block out neighbours
japanese maple
“Deck” — Ted Berezny
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan
Ideabooks9,675
Questions4
I believe that is a Bloodgood maple.
Gray stone blocks with tan/gray gravel. Clean and modern.
Rocks and concrete blocks
japanese maple tree
“Vegetación” — marlene_orozco
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