Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Cement block (cinderblock) supports for pergola. Possibly paint the blocks?
Build a pergolaAn all-wood pergola can be flimsy, but using blocks for the supports adds both reassurance and permanence.
Pergola support...Cinder blocks to support carport
Tate Studio Architects
The staircase is tempered glass from Meltdown Glass ad is being supported by metal supports. The steps themselves are engineered to be structurally sound
I LOVE everythign about these stairs! Very beautiful railings and support too.
Only idea from this pic is the shape of the vertical support at the begginning of the hand rail.
Balance Associates Architects
Polished concrete with timber beam support
maybe up and have eat in kitchen kinda? with a support beam
SUPPORT LOG...Raw rafter support
The Art of Bespoke
Callender Howorth - Devonshire Mews West
Hi there, how big is the breakfast bar? And what have you used to support the worktop? I am looking at doing
the same, but using a 50 or 60mm worktop, I know this will need lots of support on the overhang and I can see you have used something here... Thanks!
Worktop support...Island support
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
The beam iron supports and the celing
beam accents and metal supports...Wooden support beams...Iron support on timbers
Jeff King & Company
Hi, can you please provide a bit of information on how the stairs, especially the landing, is supported? We are planning
for cost, thinking a thinner stringer (white stairs support) made of wood but in natural color.
Structral support...Ides support espalier simple
Sunset Cliff- Burlington, VT
Legs/supports to add interest...whole slab supported by island...Leg supports
William Quarles Photography
see the 3 corbels and wondering if that was decorative or necessary for support, we have a 12 inch overhang on an 18 inch base with no plan for corbels
stools if needed. I do not see in the photo you supplied any way to add supports.
cabinet base is 20 inches width x 84 length) so the 20 x 84 is the supported weight, leaving 12 inches extended/unsupported weight i am concerned now
now bc the contractor says that the 10 inch flat steel bars wont add support but the granite people want the bars put in? the granite workers are convinced