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Inspiration for a timeless patio remodel in Seattle with a fire pit

Alderwood LandscapeTraditional Patio, Seattle

Inspiration for a timeless patio remodel in Seattle with a fire pit —  Houzz

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Four Elements Landscape & Outdoor Living wrote:Feb 26, 2013
Can I buy this photo

hotrod6204 wrote:Mar 3, 2013
What is the dimensions of the pergola?

craigdes wrote:Mar 17, 2013
eroane1030 wrote:Apr 3, 2013
Can you tell me the type of wood and brand and color of stain used on the pergola?

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    Western Timber Frame
    Oh, the material that was used in this project is Douglas Fir.
  • PRO
    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction

    Thanks for the replies Western Timber Frame and BE Selby Construction! Sorry, we're a little behind on answering these questions... just discovered that we're slacking! Appreciate the feedback.

lmetzler wrote:Jun 3, 2013
What is the overall dimension of the firepit and seating area?

  • Hyrum Thompson
    who made the Pavilion for you
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    Western Timber Frame
    Hyrum,

    This pavilion was actually created by our team at Western Timber Frame. We specialize in custom pergolas and pavilions. See some additional images below this answer that the customer sent to us with some Christmas decorations on the pavilion.
Rosemary Gutkin wrote:Sep 17, 2013
Where did the firepit come from? Is it a kit I can purchase?

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    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
    Hi Rosemary, the fire pit in this photo was built on-site with cmu blocks, then the project mason installed the natural stone veneer and cap. Unfortunately, it is a one-of-a-kind / built-in-place fire ring.

    I have seen some similar pre-built fire rings at a local paver & rock supplier (photo attached). You may be able to find something similar in your area... I would look around at landscape suppliers and/or natural rock products suppliers.

    They also had this cool boulder with the center drilled-out and the gas burner already installed! Pretty cool stuff
klcozz wrote:Mar 30, 2014
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    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
    Hi klcozz, thanks for the question. The fire pit in this photo is natural gas burning. In the case of this project, there is a small "catch basin" underneath the fire pit (several inches down) that collects drainage water, then the water is tight-lined underneath the patio and daylights out over the edge of the hill. On flat sites, we install a fairly substantial dry-well or sump underneath the fire pit that will collect water and slowly disperse it back into the soil. We also recommend keeping the fire pit covered unless it's in use. The height of our raised fire rings ranges from 18" - 22" above grade (standard seat-wall height). I'm attaching another photo of a similar fire ring for reference... Hope this helps!
  • Dodie Gazda

    We're planning on doing a similar concrete ring fire pit, but for wood burning. We're planning to line it with firebrick, but how do you handle drainage? It will be covered when not in use...

Timothy Dean wrote:May 6, 2014
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    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
    Hi Timothy, sorry, we don't release drawings in that sense. Each project is unique, and we do custom design work for each overhead. Also, our drawings are only schematic, so we can't take on liability for things we don't build ourselves. Sorry about that... Good luck!
  • PRO
    Western Timber Frame

    Timothy, if you're still interested in the design of this pavilion, you can contact us directly as we're the manufacturer (we have over 200 copyright designs, this being one of them). However, if you're close by Alderwood Landscaping we do recommend you work with them directly as they're fantastic with outdoor living spaces. They create exquisitely beautiful and pragmatically functional landscaping areas.


Michele Stone wrote:Jun 29, 2014
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    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
    Hi Michelle. I believe the lights in this overhead are led rope lights. Within the landscape, there are additional low voltage LED light fixtures made by unique lighting.
bklynblue wrote:Feb 16, 2015
What size is this pavilion?

- size of pavilion?

timvanholland wrote:Jan 26, 2016
Chairs are great....where did you find those?

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    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction

    Hi Timvanholland, thanks for checking out our photos. Unfortunately, we don't have a record of these exact chairs on record. Our clients (the homeowners) picked out the chairs after our project was complete. In general, we love OW Lee furniture, and we also know there are great selections of outdoor furniture at Rich's for the Home and Summer House Patio in Western WA. Two retail locations for excellent outdoor furniture in Spokane are Jacob's and Ennis Fine Furniture. Hope this helps! Also, please follow our page to see other photos of cool projects and outdoor furniture.

jzballard wrote:May 9, 2016
Is that Tile? Slate? Flagstone? what is the flooring?

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