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what type of wood is the decking? stained?
Doesn't the wood deck need ventilation underneath?
What is the purpose of having different kind of surfaces by the pool? Wood, Tile, rocks?
Ipe wood is typically a deep rich color and is best known for its resistance to rot and pests. If you did not wish to color it deeper then I would suggest using a Thompson water sealer to protect the coloring, although not typically necessary with this wood. Ipe is often used indoors
indoors as well. It's a beautiful wood that will not disappoint if you chose to use it... however it is costly per square foot than other outdoor typical woods.
ground and moisture isn't redirected away from underneath. The sun beats down, it heats up underneath (think greenhouse) and essentially steams the wood making it more supple in turn....... resulting in cupping/crowning/twisting.
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What type of wood is this?
Cool mix of the dark wood/ stone/
The wood deck the pool and looking at those woods
what about some wood contrast - cedar or teak.
What we want wood limestone coping
different level of pool use ( following the typo of land). stone and wood plank combo.
Incorporating wood and stone
flat wood piece in pathway
plus wood...Wood deck...Wood deck color...Pool in the woods...wood deck...wood steps
Siemasko + Verbridge
you tell me what company did the stained concrete floor?
What is the stain that was used on the concrete? beautiful
what color selection is the stain? is it black or green or aqua or is that just the reflection?
Thank you for your question! We used Kemiko Concrete Products from Leonard, Texas to stain the concrete floor.
concrete floor stain: Kemiko Concrete products from leonard, texas to stain.
Love the kitchen doors and drawers... add the wood to the outside of our doors?
Philip Babb Architect
Nancy Creek Guesthouse and Pool
installed basalt tile throughout our house. I'm wondering whether you have tips to share on cleaning, possibly polishing or buffing, and sealing against stains? Beautiful guest house! Thanks!
simple, clean lines, just wood and fabric
Love the tile mixed with the wood and white. Beautiful. The ceiling fan is also cool.
Type of wood siding and stain color, please.
wood siding - clear cedar tongue and grove with a semi transparent stain from cabot
i like the mixture of stone, horizontal wood paneling and stucco and the trim of the eaves is a dark grey
wood deck around coping dont like the edge
Love the horizontal fence and wood decking
Love the wood and pool area.
I love the wood deck all around the
left taller wood fence
wood wall / lighting
Wood fence and flooring
How about wood floor?
wood decking surrounding the pool
Modern pool and wood deck
Pool. Wood decking....wood pool deck...Wood floor...Rock and wood...wood fence
I love this deck. What stain is on the deck? Thanks.
problem with wood exposed to the UV in sunlight. With our wood decking tiles, we have looked at a number of sealers for Ipe wood and prefer those which contain transparent iron oxides, because these will give you better UV protection. But even so, nothing that we know will entirely stop any wood when exposed
exposed to the UV in sunlight eventually fading to a silvery gray color - although in this case, the wood nearest the house will probably maintain its nice brown color for much longer.
Like the deck and stain. Not the pool- no child fencing!
Veranda Fine Homes
What are the dimensions of the pergola and what wood is being used?
by 26 - 34' long. It offers a ton of shade from the Texas heat/ The wood was a Cedar that was stained. I have done painted pergolas before, but they generally tend to need maintenance and touchup paint sooner than later. Stain is much more durable and tends to last longer before needing to be touched
Stone (use wood base?). Cedar w/ stain