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3013 NE 9thMediterranean Patio, Portland

Inspiration for a mediterranean patio remodel in Portland with a fire pit —  Houzz
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jennyjun wrote:May 1, 2013
  • anasazi2002
    the water feature is wonderful
  • tequila352
    Can you send me plans for this lo design would like build it flcutter352@gmail.com
Mike Calderon wrote:May 10, 2014
  • Mike Calderon
    Sorry may I ask where I can find to buy the lexan? I cannot find it in Home Depot.
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    Post Frame Accessories
    Hi Mike, on our website: http://www.postframeaccessories.com/polycarbonate.html we carry corrugated polycarbonate sheets which are nearly identical to lexan. If you want the smooth look as in the photo, we can also arrange to get that for you although it is not currently available on our website.
ninjasunnyd wrote:Apr 11, 2013
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    Donna Wax, Architect
    The roof is double walled lexan. At the far end of the roof is a rain chain to act as a down spout from the gutter. The vertical white elliptical thing is a light fixture. Does that answer your question?
  • Debbie Lawrence
    tell me about the fire place please
thereseforshaw wrote:May 11, 2014
  • thiscouldwork
    There are tile sealers available at any home builder store. If you want a shiny/wet finish, it is available. Or you can have a dry look. Check on the bottle for "look" of finish. Then apply with a clean sponge. It is really very easy. Good Luck.
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    Menage Interiors
    What type of stones are these?
stefnsd wrote:Sep 2, 2013
stellerproject wrote:Jan 3, 2013
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    Donna Wax, Architect
    This is just a cmu surround faced with artificial stone veneer. It has a gas insert with lava rocks inside. Thanks for your interest.
  • Tengku Quraida
    Yes, I agreed with stellerproject, it is very beautiful and this give me an idea for me to build one in my terrace.
battfamily wrote:Sep 20, 2013
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    Donna Wax, Architect
    Each project is unique. If you need help, you may want to hire a landscape architect. Good luck!
jkell wrote:Sep 14, 2013
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    Donna Wax, Architect
    We did not seal the pavers. It had just rained before we took the photo. As far as I know, the slabs have never been cleaned. This was a spec house that we sold and we have not seen it since.
Olga Lohr wrote:May 12, 2013
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    Donna Wax, Architect
    they are 2x2 concrete pavers made to look like slate. It rained just before the picture was taken - that's Oregon.
kensani wrote:Dec 12, 2012
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    Donna Wax, Architect
    These are just 24x24 architectural concrete squares in charcoal after the rain.
nikkipayne wrote:Jun 25, 2016
    marisolscollect1 wrote:Jun 14, 2014
      Clara Jones wrote:May 17, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        anniekendall
        Annie Thornton added this to Houzz Call: Please Show Us Your Grill SetupJul 20, 2016

        The extra comforts. Why not make grilling as enjoyable as possible? Whether it’s a cover above to block the sun or rain, or lights for a festive atmosphere or better vision, there’s a lot that can be done to optimize the experience and make it more comfortable.Your turn: Show us your grill setup in the Comments. More: 14 Ways to Make Your Grill Setup Better

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to Your Guide to Grills and More for Great Outdoor CookingApr 29, 2014

        Built in or freestanding? If you are designing a new outdoor kitchen, complete with counters, storage and other features, you can have the grill built in for a seamless look. Reasons to skip the built-ins: A freestanding grill is less costly and offers you more flexibility should you ever want a different size or type of grill — you can easily make the swap yourself.See how to add an outdoor kitchen

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to 13 Upgrades to Make Over Your Outdoor Grill AreaApr 24, 2013

        13. Set a mood at night with lighting. A combination of landscape lighting and direct lighting over the grill area will offer the right balance of function and ambience.Tell us: Are you updating your grill setup this summer?

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        conniedenman
        conniedenman added this to Remodel Ideas I’m UsingApr 23, 2019

        BBQ area. Like space left open to put cushions for storage

        calcasa
        calcasa added this to exteriorJan 23, 2019

        Combo BBQ plus fire pit; stone color may actually work

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