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Patterson Custom Homes
15 Reviews
Bayshore drive
Ideabooks10,125
Questions10
where was the sand dollar art purchased! Thank You
do you know where sand dollar pictures came from?
have 5' to fit a tub - can you tell me the width of this tub space and tub? I really like the stone ledge but don't know if I'll have enough room. Thx!
I like the sand dollar art
Sand dollar art work
The sand dollars framed
Sand dollars framed on wall
framing sand dollars
walls and sand dollars
sand dollar...sand dollars...Sand dollar art...sand dollar pic...Framed sand dollars...Sand dollar...sand dollar
“Sand dollar” — vaniasilva
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Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Caudill Lane
Ideabooks5,773
Questions11
confusing non-sanded grout with epoxy grout. A non-sanded grout, either mortar or synthetic, is what would be used for this tile application as the grout joints appear to be 1/16". Typically grout joints an 1/8" or less should be non-sanded and grout joints an 1/8" or bigger should sanded. Grout joints
joints that are 1/8" can use either non-sanded or sanded. The sand acts as a filler and stabilizer for larger grout joints. I typically use Custom Building Products Polyblend grout products which have several white shades to match the white in your tile which can vary in color. You can find a subset of
Thanks. I just really love the way the stone works with the subway tile... am trying to achieve the same thing. Any suggestions on what I should ask for?
“clean look” — Sharon Fares
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,688
Questions8
Is an acid wash done on the concrete to achieve the sand finish?
What is the process to create sand finish?
Hello Debora, I love your work and studied most of your projects. 2 questions what distance do you use between sanded concrete slabs and the channel for the mexican pebble? Also what size pebble do you use? ps I also phoned you today to see if you are interested in drawing up
This sand finished uncolored concrete (regular gray) was finished using Topcast #3, which is applied to the concrete when it is wet, then washed off the next day to reveal the sand in the concrete.
This sand finished uncolored concrete (regular gray) was finished using Topcast #3, which is applied to the concrete when it is wet, then washed off the next day to reveal the sand in the concrete.
“Concrete countertops” — rothesay
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
Ideabooks4,483
Questions5
Hello, do you have anything acting as a border keeping the stones sepa
Is the seating area on sand or is that small stones, can't tell?
adjoins natural area and lawn. stones too white. needs visual edge to lawn more than just edging
The simplicity of a fire bowl submerged up to its rim in the sand lends itself to the serene atmosphere in this outdoor sitting area. This one is wood burning, but it could also be fueled via natural gas or a propane
“Ground” — riondave
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,356
Questions4
This is sand finished uncolored concrete.
No, this is sand finished concrete poured in place and scored as shown. They are not individual concrete pavers but one large surface with scoring to add some interest and help prevent cracking.
Are the concrete pavers dry set in sand?
Sand finished concrete for around pool
No, this is sand finished concrete poured in place and scored as shown. They are not individual concrete pavers but one large surface with scoring
See notes on sand finished concrete
“I love the plants” — monty8028
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Ideabooks60,643
Questions20
Is this just regular concrete and washed with water only just before setting? Do you need an acid or to add sand. To the top of concrete like you would pebbles for exposed aggregate?
contractor is pouring new patios. His technique is to apply an acid wash to reveal a slight texture. Is this the same as sand finish? We want a very subtle, fairly fine sand texture. Thanks for your help!
What type of stones were used? Are they obtainable on the East Coast?
How did you prep the area before laying the stones?
How far apart are the concrete stepping stones? What is the gap size?
What size are the stepping stones
The concrete is integrally colored with a subtle color (See Davis or Scofield color charts) and lightly washed to reveal sand texture.
“Stones” — gynhernandez
Steigerwald-Dougherty, Inc.
9 Reviews
San Diego / Point Loma South
Ideabooks4,612
Questions5
Can you give me any details on the the stone exterior?
What is the style name of the stone & color?
Stone, is Southern Buff with white grout with gold sand
Palomino, modern http://modernbuilders.net/category/products/natural-stone-collection/thin-veneer/ *******Please find your answer above-- all the best- Steigerwald-Dougherty Inc.
stone color, dark windows and doors, balcony off front
Southern Buff Stone with White Grout with Gold Sand Stucco http://modernbuilders.net/category/products/natural-stone-collection/thin-veneer/ *
Where to use stone and where not to
Stone with dark doors light paint
Stone wall, wrought iron railing, iron door
Stone used on exterior of Spanish Colonial Revival home
I like the wood windows w the stone
“Window Trim” — katieysquare
Arrow. Land + Structures
5 Reviews
Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
Ideabooks12,910
Questions6
Are these stones set on concrete or sand?
course of torpedo sand as a leveling mechanism. The sand is not really an optional item...its needed for leveling every individual stone as the slabs vary greatly in thickness from 1.5" thick to 2.5" thick and the sand course allows for fine tuning. If you don’t use the sand, the stones will be uneven
C. so we don't have very cold winters. I will ask the installer about the sand, though. They have not finished this project so it would not be too late to change their method. I am concerned about the rocking of the stones and I don't think it rude to mention this to them. I also realize they are not
so perhaps they will correct the rocking of the stones. I just want to be sure the finished job is to my liking and I also don't want anyone tripping on this pathway. Again, thank you so much for your input.
“irregular stone edging” — pharod60
Need help cleaning an old fireplace
I just bought a foreclosure home on a beautiful lake lot. We are doing a total renovation but would like to keep the original fireplace but spruce it up....
Marble sealer??? To do marble or not.
Anyone know of any good marble sealers? Been hearing about bullet proof sand clear stone. Has anyone used clear stone and if so what is your opinion?...
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