4,232 hand-scraped flooring Pool Design Photos

Suzanne O'Brien
11 Reviews
Hardscape Redesign
Hard scraped but with cool toned pavers. Lots of vegetation
(materials only)Pros:Durable and affordableEasy to repair — if a paver is damaged, you can pull it out and replace itCon: Feels rougher on feet and hands
Outdoor flooring...Pool/lanai flooring...paver floor
“pool” — froesgp
Jeffrey Smith
Wine Country Residence
How do you remove stains from concrete floors?
stains are new, cover with a dry powder material to absorb the stain. Do not scrub. gum, adhesive, asphalt, etc.-pile ice on top to soak, and then scrape off There are also cleaners specifically made for concrete. You can purchase cleaners that are specialized for different types of stains.
“Stack stone” — rjd125
Sage Design Studios, Inc.
6 Reviews
Malibu Residence
the counter surface, the spacing between the underwater stools and the wall surface underneath the counter (it should have a smooth finish that won't scrape bare knees). These beautiful underwater counter stools must be planned. "In places like Malibu, the column construction includes tubes dug into the
“Seats” — dawnvick
Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
Historic Restoration and Preservation
Hard scraping
Pergola and floor
“Pool brick” — searcylsu
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
What a beautiful renovation. I am also thinking of adding a second floor to my mid-century home and looking for ideas of what the layout might look like so if you are at all open to sharing the second floor layout showing the different zones, that
The house displayed above, I was wondering if anyone knew where I could find a floor plan layout for it?
Hi there, our 2nd floor patio railing was arranged through Penner Home Hardware in Virgil. I would imagine that your local Home Hardware would have the same suppliers. Hope that helps!
there, and thanks for having a look at our home! It's a quartzite ledgestone veneer, and while I don't have the name of the actual product or colour on hand, this stone in Oyster Shell seems to be pretty identical: http://www.canyonstonecanada.com/stonetiles/stonetile/Quartzite-Ledge-Stone#
“Pool and windows” — shimrath
Camens Architectural Group, LLC
9 Reviews
Architectural Columns frame the infinity pool view
Can you tell me the type of wood and stain used on the barrel ceiling and the floor? Also is it thin strips on the ceiling? I can't tell! Thanks!
Ceiling is pressure treated bead board, and the flooring is IPE
Love the floor for screened-in porch area
Dramatic entrance - bold columns, beautiful floors, beautifully lit ceiling
“Ohhh man. Yes” — James Simmons
Jenkins Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Award-winning projects
The coping is a stone out of Leuders, Texas, that we hand-cut, sand, and install on-site. I will check on the tile.
color, shape / design of flooring, colored concrete coping
Design with porch and coping floor pattern
Ceiling and flooring and pool decking
Patio flooring stone
Outdoor floor...Limestone floor...Pool and flooring...Tile Flooring
“Awesome” — Lanre Ogunkunle
Philip Babb Architect
1 Review
Nancy Creek Guesthouse and Pool
the tile floor. I think it would look great in bathroom or kitchen.
this photo might be good for a second floor hall area
Slate floors and t&g ceiling
Wood ceiling. Tile floor
Love the arch floor lamo
Slate floors...Bluestone flooring...stone floor...gray tile floor...large floor lamp
“Ceiling” — cmscoats
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