31 Cote a Cote Porch Design Photos

Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Back Porch
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Yes, it was a process known as "Pastel Cote" from Boral Bricks. Unfortunately, they discontinued a the product a few
actually not painted brick. It is a product from Boral Bricks called "Pastel Cote", which is a product meant to go over brick. It's thicker than paint...almost
Love the PastelCote one the wall of the screened in porch.
“simple but warm--not messing with outdoor kitchen, etc” — frenchiecapone
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Front Porch
Ideabooks14,281
Questions12
The brick was painted using a process from Boral Bricks called "pastel cote". The material is thicker than regular paint, but not as thick as stucco
All around awesome. The brick is Pastelcote by Boral Brick (now known as ReCote by Masterwall but supposedly the exact same product. Floors are Ipe wood
“Ceiling of porch” — madking321
Natalie Younger Interior Design, Allied ASID
13 Reviews
Maui Sanctuary
Ideabooks1,950
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coin table et chaise avec plus de dalles pour mettre chaise longue sur le cote
“Porch colours” — meganemma1
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Dan Forer, Photographer
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Catherine's Hope, St. Croix, USVI
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for the house i'll have by the sea Cotes de fer
“for the house i'll have by the sea Cotes de fer” — erglo
Sylvain Cote Photo
5 Reviews
Bedford Post Inn, Bedford NY
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Sylvain Cote
Sylvain Cote Photo
5 Reviews
Bedford Post Inn, Bedford NY
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Sylvain Cote
Cote Renard Architecture
6 Reviews
Roscoe 1
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Cote Renard Architecture
6 Reviews
Roscoe 1
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