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outgrowing 'under designed' support structures. Nevertheless this particular strong 10 feet high curved trellis was built with a double row of 6x6 cedar beams and a free spanning extra heavy redwood lattice anchored in between the posts. The design reflects the Residences building style rather than an actual
Nevertheless this particular strong 10 feet high curved trellis was built with a double row of 6x6 cedar beams and a free spanning extra heavy redwood lattice anchored in between the posts. The design reflects the Residences building style rather than an actual
like the lattice panels with the thick beams in between for privacy from neighbors
do we want a screen connecting the beam to provide more privacy?
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AlphaStudio Design Group
Thank you for your question, it was a custom piece constructed of reclaimed timbers. Unfortunately a one of a kind item.
rustic celling an beams on similar lean-to pitch
Posts/Beams/woodwork for outside ocean deck
Post and beams...Roof and beams
HBF plus Design
wood, rock, slate, brick, farmhouse sink, wooden beams. Love it.
Ceiling beams...timber accents...antique beams
Shigetomi Pratt Architects, Inc.
open concept with beams
Beams & Ceiling...Timber columns
Joseph K Muscat Photographer
framing it out with beams and a mantle helps a lot!
reclaimed brick, timber mantle, reclaimed wood framing
Habitat Post & Beam, Inc.
Bright bathroom a farmhouse style home that was custom-designed and manufactured by Habitat Post & Beam, Inc., pre-cut and shipped to the western Massachusetts job site where it was assembled by a local builder. Photos by Michael Penney, architectural photographer. IMPORTANT NOTE: We are not involved
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
Open Beam area above Pass Thru
Ceilings with brown beams and slate backsplash
mix with timber is nice
Darker gray beams?...exposed beams