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Moorish-Style Fireplace

The Moorish-style fountain and fireplace complements the Moroccan themed interior.
Example of a mid-sized tuscan courtyard tile patio design in Phoenix with a fire pit — Houzz

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jerirut wrote:
Where did the reddish colored molding on fireplace come from - We would like to order some molding like the one on this fireplace. Where did it come from
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thank you.
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Can you please tell me the name of the contractor so that I can find out how to obtain this moulding--so beautiful and can't find anything like it in Tucson.
nononan wrote:
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Exteriors By Chad Robert
it is a custom carved cantera stone fountain
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beautiful! What are the small pavers set in and will they remain stable even though they're small? I'm being told my pavers are too small to space out like that. I see some mexican pebble has drifted over but it looks like there's another smaller rock between them. thanks.
Sara wrote:
Pavers - Are these pavers? Where in Phoenix can they be purchased?
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Universal slate co ., ltd
hi, how do u think of random tile for pave?
lucacasper wrote:
Where did you buy the red, curvy tiles on the ground, and the red bor? - And the occasional pavers as well. I love this patio. Thanks!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Marianne Lipanovich added this to Lay of the Landscape: Mediterranean Garden Style
A fountain is always good; on a chilly evening, an outdoor fireplace might be even better. There's a blend of styles happening here. The fireplace is almost Mission-style in looks, while the fountain is more classic Italian. Even so, the mix of plants and the pavers tie the space together.
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates added this to Create a Fire-Safe Garden — With Style
1. Within 30 Feet of Your House: Create a Firebreak — the "Lean, Clean and Green" ZoneClear a 30-foot area around your home, reducing flammable vegetation. To avoid the "scorched earth" look, work with inflammable floorings (such as tile and stone), mulch (such as gravel) and plants with low fuel/high moisture content (such as lawn and succulents). This home's courtyard provides a firebreak that uses noncombustible hardscape and less-flammable plants.

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J B added this to donjosue's ideas
transition from patio to pavers with fill

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