251 support Tropical Home Design Photos

Dinmore & Cisco Architects, Inc.
4 Reviews
Puako4
Ideabooks5,078
Questions3
more about the lanai support columns?
are the lanai support columns actual trees or fabricated to look like trees? also, what wood was used to create them? thank you!
Alex love the curved beam supports
like the trees for supports
Love the support columns
“Wrap around” — soniafournier
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Living Room
Ideabooks7,176
Questions4
for dropped ceiling, border with a darker frame of wood, also supports
Supports for basement
SUPPORT POLES AND CEILING PANELS
Support beams...Support column
“Can you get wood log veneers to cover posts in new house?” — laqui7
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
11 Reviews
Lot 9
Ideabooks6,383
Questions4
Added this photo just to highlight the lights on supports. Depending on position of supports, lights on outer support(s) would light up the blue stone patio below.
Like the patio supports
“Openness and no ledge for smoke to get caught under covering.” — ericabelk
Affiniti Architects
7 Reviews
West Indies Estate
Ideabooks2,799
Questions1
Design of roof supports
support under balcony
Roof support...overhang supports
“covered parking, beach side lanai” — ONO Construction, Inc.
AUDE SMITH Architecture, Inc.
1 Review
Klemann
Ideabooks1,278
Questions5
Pretty color with galvalume, interesting eave supports
Eave support - natural or stained wood
Tin roof with wood trellis supports.
Support braces down posts
“Porch roof” — Jenny Self
Bella Luna Services, Inc.
Grand Lanai
Ideabooks3,343
Questions3
Planters at every corner of pool and every vertical support beam
how's this supported?
Pool Cage Supports
“enclosure” — Tira Cl
Rick Ryniak Architects
Bali House
Ideabooks4,600
Questions5
Material between ceiling beams & supports poles.
support column hidden with decoration
support post
“Love this lanai off the general space” — steveth1
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Waterfront Grace
Ideabooks5,022
Questions8
A three-tiered side table gives the illusion of floating shelves but is still able to support the weight of heavier objects such as a table lamp and books.
“Lamp.” — Emily Frazier
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