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MALVERN HOUSE Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks5,563
Questions8
The whole space from the BBQ to the pool is about 6 metes wide and 20 metres long. The area where the dining area is about 6 metres wide by 7 metres long. Hope that answers your question.
What do you like about this photo? Espacios entre madera
“another interesting pergola system” — Amanda Lloyd-Sim
Goforth Gill Architects
3 Reviews
Vashon Residence patio
Ideabooks20,757
Questions6
BBQ PIT IN OR NEAR GARDEN AREA, LINED W/BRICK & ABOUT 3' DEEP
Dig pit in garden area lined as above about 30"hole, after lining with brick. A recessed area in the bottom for hot coals. Put aprox 15" diameter cast iron uncovered
More questions about the concrete.
“Firepit” — richardb000
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
Lake Michigan Home
Ideabooks15,182
Questions6
treated post. is there any concern about having the post portion that is inside the stone rot due to moisture?
I am not sure which light fixtures you are talking about. The light over the door is HERITAGE
Love everything about this
“Walk out basement to firepit” — amyscibelli
ELEVATE interiors + design
2 Reviews
Desert Oasis
Ideabooks4,512
Questions1
What do you like about this photo?romantic
Now that's what I'm talking about!
Everything about this
“Pond” — michaeljr1
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Robbins Garden
Ideabooks5,845
Questions3
the fire place out door would be on a deck several feet away from a yacuzzi ( I am talking about the same fire place serving in and out of the house. any recommendations?? Do you like it ? could you give me some recommendations?? many thanks
smoke into the home from the other under if the house is in a negative pressure event. Talk to your architect/ mechanical contractor/ mason /contractor about the condition. When the heat comes on the return air side can back draft one into the other. For that matter. Same can be said for the cooking exhuast
fireplace. The simple style is classic and durable.Tip: If you don't like the rustic or classic look of standard brick, talk with a designer or contractor about possibly painting your brick fireplace.
“Fireplace” — sdadayan
Don Ziebell
1 Review
outdoor loggia
Ideabooks12,323
Questions5
Outside but you don't have to worry about rain or uv rays
a favorite quote from Design Through Discovery (Bevlin) on texture, which this open-air living room exemplifies: "Rough textures ... have a warmth about them that makes most people feel at ease — the kinds of textures found in brick and stone, uneven wall surfaces, and in thick carpets and nubby draperies
“love this” — suzannecheek
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
Ideabooks10,377
Questions6
It looks like Cordova Cream limestone to me. Cordova cream is quarried in Texas about 20 miles northwest of Austin.
Richard talked about something like this over the existing fire pit
What do you like about this photo?very pr
“Travertine” — tangaere
Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Venice Canals
Ideabooks11,677
Questions2
scatter tea lights on tables and hang lanterns and string lights overhead. If you are concerned about fire, stick with battery-powered candles rather than the real deal.
what about installing a built in bench at the end w/ shorter privace fence above?
Line up hurricane lamps or tiki torches along a path, scatter tea lights on tables and hang lanterns and string lights overhead. If you are concerned about fire, stick with battery-powered candles rather than the real deal.
“the walls and backdrop” — phillipdavis
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