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Lyons Hunter Williams : Architecture
Oskar House
Ideabooks42
Questions0
4 4x4 posts bolted together for column
4x4 pillars
“stairs” — Courtney Nelson
Knight Associates
Edgy guest house
Ideabooks618
Questions4
no 4x4 beams
“Thin decking boards” — nickgleeson102
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Barn Retreat
Ideabooks759
Questions0
St.: 2x6 rail and 4x4 posts
“painted beams” — brackenhill
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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Blackdog Design Build Remodel
Melrose, MA
Ideabooks10,263
Questions7
frames? 2x4, or more like a 5/4" board?
I'd like to build frames and I"m wondering how thick the lumber should be - a 2x4, or if it would be better to go a bit thinner with a 5/4 board?
The framing was 2x4 which was then wrapped with 1x stock.
using 2x4 stapled with screen then wrapped in 1x
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“Deck” — tua10624
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
White Oaks Renovation Pt. 2
Ideabooks27,096
Questions29
are 11'-4" wide x 15'-7" deep. Thanks.
The room is 11'-4" wide x 15'-7" deep. Thanks
approx. 11'-4" wide x 15'-4" long. Thanks.
Dimension of this room are 11'-4" x 15'7"
room dimension: 11.4 by 15
11' x 15'...room is 15x11...15 x 11
“Fireplace wall painted wood details. Love ceiling” — nliverson
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Shelter Island Beach House
Ideabooks2,644
Questions11
like 5/4x6 or 5/4x4?? Maybe a 2x3 sill? Our client absolutely loves the look Appreciate your help in advance
were 30" x 72" and 24" x 54" ? The home will have 10 ft ceilings, up and down. All windows will be divided 2 across and 1 down like in your Houston project featured here on Houzz. Thanks so much!
used a 4" Tongue & Groove boards with a micro V bevel for the ceiling
“Windows” — Jill Stevenson
D G Liu Design and Home Remodeling - Dale Kramer
5 Reviews
Finkelstein - Family Room and Bedroom Addition
Ideabooks9,793
Questions11
pvc 3/4" x 3/4" stops made from Versatex and fastened with stainless steel screws so that they are easily removable for repairs
ely 3/4" x 3" strips. Fir porch ceiling (same sizes) also work very well and does not have the expansion and contraction that PVC does (less cracking of paint lines)
11'3" x 25'8". The Perennial Wood deck boards are 12' with 1/8" spacers.
I am deciding on my floor now. The tongue and goove looks beautiful but with only a 1/4" pitch over 11' I am concerned with puddling also. I am leaning toward decking. What do you think?
ely 3/4" x 3" strips. Fir porch ceiling (same sizes) also work very well and does not have the expansion and contraction that PVC does (less cracking of paint lines)
“Porch wall height” — susanchurch
Kawartha Lakes Construction
Sunroom
Ideabooks2,201
Questions6
extended to a 4 season sunroom for maine ski camp? What is the extimated cost for a 16x20?
Doing a 16 X 20 room and wondered about furniture I love it! Are there doors between that and house? Is it 3 or 4 seasons
have as a 4 season, as what is shown has no insulation. If you were to insulate the ceiling and floor (or have a basement), then put in a heat source, it would probably due....unless you got exceptionally cold weather. Glass has a very low R-value, so having a room with this much glass is not going to hold
4 season sunroom for our camp
“Ceiling” — colleen
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