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Lake Country Builders
8 Reviews
Lake County Builders
Ideabooks8,670
Questions4
I'm looking to build a deck with those kind of supports and wish to know how far out I can extend the deck. It stands 30 feet off the ground and I'd like it to go 16 feet out from the house. Thanks!
I think you'd need to have more supports if you went out that far from the house. Regardless, I think you need to speak to the contractor who would be building this. Most jurisdictions would
could we do something with the treated wood as the actual deck floor so looking at it from the yard you see the white brackets and support with the black fence but standing on it you would just have treated wood?
The supports under the deck are really cool architectural element
“Like: upper deck and lower patio (add lake and hill instead of pool)” — ntonic
Brilliant! Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
Great Pond
Ideabooks1,721
Questions3
We are planning to put structural support posts both upstairs and down in our new house. I like the idea of using tree trunks, and wonder if we can use them green, or if we need to have them kiln dried for best results. We live
These tree-trunk posts are two of a set of six that support an office loft above a dining room. Harvested onsite, the oak tree trunks were stripped, polished and incorporated into the structure.
These tree-trunk posts are two of a set of six that support an office loft above a dining room. Harvested onsite, the oak tree trunks were stripped, polished and incorporated into the structure.
“trees” — annecorde
Lake Country Builders
8 Reviews
Lake County Builders
Ideabooks6,849
Questions7
Can a deck like this, supported with these type of arches, be added to an existing house? Or do the floor boards from the house have to extend to make this work?
excuse my naiveness...so...what is supporting the deck?!!
Cantilevered supports allows for free space below, ideal for second floor balcony. Would prefer supports to be metal.
“Beautiful” — megan_annise
Warmington & North
1 Review
warmington north
Ideabooks21,358
Questions19
impact: Decorative supports, aprons, corbels and toe kicks
benj moore silver grey cabinrt color?+upper cabinet support
Decorative supports. Decorative supports put an artful emphasis on upper cabinets. Every upper cabinet in this kitchen has a support that was originally designed to help support cabinets on walls but now serves only as decor. Decorative supports come in many design styles and sizes;
Decorative supports, aprons, corbels and toe kicks — these features might not come standard on most cabinetry, but they can make a huge visual impact. Get the guide:
“legs” — mcmullin
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
7 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks4,715
Questions7
support beam, cold air return in island
support post in island
Island with ceiling support
support column island
island support beam...Nice support...Support Post...Ceiling support...Support island...single support...support beams...THICK support beam
“Sl” — Louie Garcia
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Indian Hills Hampton
Ideabooks4,171
Questions3
Detail view of structural brackets supporting balcony Photography by Susan Gilmore
What are the structural supports made of and how?
brackets supporting roof
Curving timber supports
l\Love the support structures
Beautiful support brackets holding up
support for entry roof
Supports instead of columns
Structural supports...Support bump out...roof supports...the wooden support...Cool Supports...Arch supports...Eave supports
“These are wood brackets. All members are bolted to each other, as well as bolted to the deck above.” — Toni Blazer
Patrick J. Baglino, Jr. Interior Design
7 Reviews
Portfolio Photographs
Ideabooks5,368
Questions9
Structural support with countertop
Support posts...Two support columns...Support columns...support pillars...support column...Support columns.
“room divider” — kbaier
Mark Bodensteiner
Great House on Canandaigua Lake
Ideabooks4,707
Questions4
curved high deck with patio beneath. Love the deck supports and pergola look to the lumber
support beams and curve of deck
Wow, this is a lot going on. Notice how they bridged the whole length of the lower windows without a pole. The pillars have rock base, then wood, then routed deck supports, then deck and
Hide support beams with stone and wood
“greys/wood” — ulianna
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