212 crotch mahogany Patio Design Photos

Flavin Architects
23 Reviews
Rooftop Oasis
Modern mahogany deck. On the rooftop, a perimeter trellis frames the sky and distant view, neatly defining an open living space while maintaining intimacy
Mahogany decking...Mahogany black silver....Outdoor mahogany
“Rooftop deck 4” — tmpoko
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Sapele and African Mahogany are two different woods. African Mahogany is more reddish, prettier, and more difficult to finish.
The wood is Sapele, sometimes referred to as African Mahogany. The wood has a clear protective finish which will require re-application
“Courtyard” — wuzvetteless
Tim Cuppett Architects
14 Reviews
Urban Homestead
Design Center can manufacture these mahogany French doors for you up to 11' ft in heights. You can view all our mahogany doors in our collection here ...
love the mahogany french doors
“Steps” — cokercrew
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014 & 2015
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Steigerwald-Dougherty, Inc.
9 Reviews
La Jolla 05 HC
REally like the color of this house with the mahogany and black accents.
green and mahogany trim
“yellow siding with that green door” — vbutterfly78
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
12 Reviews
Lot 9
African Mahogany - with Sikkens Cetol 3 step finish
This is African mahogany.
“Furniture” — stcoakley
Clarum Homes
Los Altos Modern
idea for side gate and screen either out of red mangaras or african mahogany
Wood finish. Mahogany on cedar.
“fence” — chabo
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Pac Heights Penthouse
stained wood paneling and doors throughout, engineered mahogany flooring with matching mahogany spiral stair treads. The roof deck is finished with a
“pavers” — danxhall
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
The mahogany wood shower is amazing. How do you treat the wood to maintain the color forever? Or is the meant to change and age with time?
“interesting angle go the wood” — eringrey
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