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Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Chicago Green Design
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of the Wausau Sand Series... pros.... Less expensive cons.... Heavy, staining of tile if not sealed annually,lead time, not to void warranty need to use their pedestals, Wausau does have many different lines of tiles and some are very inovative and unique to the industry. (Additional Pics) Wausau Sand
inexpensive of them all that they offer. This is called their Sand Series Paver and is a concrete molded poured cast and weighs in at about 70 to 80 lbs a tile (2x2). So that comes to about 20lbs a quare ft. Make sure your roof can support such a bulky paver. For pricing this paver is one of the most inexpensive
Hello Carylon, The floor on this project are called Wausau tiles. This particular flooring is called the sand series. They are on a pedestal system and have a little weight to them. Each piece weighs in at about 80 Lbs. But that transfers to 20 lbs per square ft. which is not
“nice” — Dion Seminara Architecture
CAROLE MEYER
1 Review
Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
Ideabooks6,697
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Carole did you paint that beatuiful painting displayed on the wall ? what materials are used to keep it from fading form the natural sunlite? Do you remove it during bad weather? And thank you for your response. God
colors in the tiles and the way they are laid. also like the different patinas on the planters and the layering and colors of the plants.
interesting how a wall, (for example
The wall in the back gives a focal point and lots of character to the yard.
paver colors &back wall with art
entire garden and picture on wall
really like the rustic pots, the color of the pavers and art on the wall…wow.
“great pots” — larisaldikrp
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
Lakeview Fountain Court
Ideabooks1,916
Questions2
Brick/ Woden wall with water feature
'handmade' wall fountain (tied into house brick design)
Like the red brick wall fountain
sputing out of brick wall
This shows wall-mounted water fountain
Cement wall...tile a stucco wall...wall texture...Back wall...Wall design...Fountain wall...Red wall...brick wall...wall fountain...Tile repair
“brick background” — christinapeterson1
Mandala Gardens
Maintenance
Ideabooks492
Questions0
love the color and design of the blue tiles on the wall.
Another type of wall fountain
Wall Fountain...tiled arch...foyer tile idea...Water wall...Tile work...Like the tile...fountain wall...tile roof...wall fountain...blue tile...painted tile
“Idea for fountain” — mprocter1108
MTLA- Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Ten Residence
Ideabooks27,654
Questions17
What type of wood was used on the wall?
Very curious about the construction used on the wall. Any other pictures? And what's the opaque material in between? Love that detail!!
Love the wood wall, what kind of wood is that?
back yard love the wall
Light can pass through openings in wall
Mixed materials. Dirt and tiles.
Love wall and water fixture
Wall block for Florida house
wooden decorative wall
Wall Lights...Wall - Awesome!...privacy wall...privacy fence/wall...Wall and lights...Wooden wall...Wall idea...Wall, lights...Wood wall
“Fence” — Nikita Garcia
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks2,092
Questions4
Beautiful courtyard! Brand/name of the gray tiles? Thank you!
Glad you like the project. The gray tiles are a granite from India, though I don't know the exact product or source. A similar stone is called Pietra Cardosa.
Hi Vinci | Hamp Architects, I love your designs! In your "Wicker Park Residence" pictures, may I ask what grey wall color do you use the room in the fireplace? Looking forward to your answer. thanks in advance!
I like the trees and tile combo
“SGD” — ayeezz
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Sydney Living
Ideabooks5,064
Questions9
Great finish on the fireplace wall could I ask what it is?
It looks like a Travertine or a Crema marfil same family of Tile with a different finish. Price range should be from $2.99-$6.00 for 24" x 24". try to stay away from larger tiles, it's a softer stone and larger tiles tend to break easily. Must be sealed after it's installed, it has a tendency to stain
white wall with opening at top
Planting trailing through opening in wall
“plants for privacy” — Susan Bratton
Tongue & Groove
10 Reviews
Sherrod Pool
Ideabooks281
Questions0
look of firepit, half circle wall and half open, stairs leading out back yard
cool circular area with Fire pit and cool tile/cement
Firpit and wall and tile
mosaic tile fire pit
tiled fire pit...Nice tile...tile on fire pit...Patio tile...mosaic tile...tile fire pit...blue mosaic tile...glass tile...green mosaic tile...stone wall
“concrete colors” — Anastasia Protopappas
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