Asymmetrical OverhaulTraditional Patio, Vancouver

12’ NanaWall opens to large deck, creating fluid transition between indoor and outdoor living spaces

Ovation Award Finalist: Best Renovated Room & Best Renovation: 250K - 499K

Photos by Ema Peter

Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless backyard patio remodel in Vancouver with no cover and decking —  Houzz
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gumpwoman wrote:May 14, 2013
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    NanaWall
    Hi Gumpwoman,

    This is a NanaWall system! Each of our systems are custom-made and we provide countless styles/options. It's difficult to name out a price--it all depends on exactly what you choose. Feel free to give us a call at 1 (800) 873-5673 and we'll be happy to assist you. Also, visit our website at www.nanawall.com

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  • jnhicks

    I really enjoy the look. Plan to do the same for our upcoming project.

Christian Tomyn wrote:May 8, 2013
  • Lee B!
    i want those cushions... where can i get them from?
  • Kelsey Compars

    This looks like such a nice area to relax at. During the summer times I enjoy being outside a lot. It would be nice to get some more furniture like this for me and my family to enjoy. http://casuallivingpatioandpoolside.com/about-us/

jeggerblackman wrote:Aug 27, 2013
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    AK Design
    Hello, This patio set was purchased by the client after the project was complete. My apologies I do not have the specification for you, however, Crate & Barrel have some new fabulous lines for patio sets. As well as, Livingspace.
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    ETO Doors

    If you need Solid, Contemporary, Fiberglass, Interior, Entry, or Traditional doors, go to www.etodoors.com or call (888)Door ETO.

Kat wrote:May 25, 2017
Panda Windows & Doors wrote:Aug 8, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    bud_dietrich
    Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Find the Right Glass Door for Your PatioJul 22, 2013

    Folding Glass DoorsThe folding glass door is another nice way of creating a large opening that allows the distinction between inside and outside to disappear. The advantage that the folding glass door has over, say, the telescoping door is that it allows for a big opening from corner to corner when there isn't an opportunity to create pockets in the wall for the panels to slide into.Folding glass doors can be set up so that one of the panels is hinged, acting like a standard door. This way, when you want to go in or out, you don't have to open the entire door.Cost: Folding glass doors can be pricey, especially the better ones that are easily operated. You should budget about $1,000 to $1,500 per lineal foot. So a 20-foot-wide opening would cost about $20,000 to $30,000.

    frankorgan
    Frank Organ added this to Let's Revisit Some Revolutionary Garden ThinkingJun 17, 2013

    Brookes really opened my eyes — as well as the eyes of many other young horticulturalists and garden designers — to his belief that the garden was fundamentally a place for use by people, not just a static picture.In the '50s and '60s, gardening had not kept pace with the influence of design in other lifestyle areas, probably because it was still mainly seen as an old person's hobby. Almost in an instant, however, Brooke's alternative ideas really did change the way we thought of our garden spaces and how we could design and use them.Room Outside became my bible, influencing not only how I looked at garden design, but also how I physically drew my plans, copying his fluid draftsmanship with ink on tracing paper in the days before CAD.

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to Spring Patio Fix-Ups: Earn Rave Reviews for Your Patio's EntranceMay 1, 2013

    Consider the new glass doors that fold up, slide in and disappear. If a wide-open space is what you are after, check out companies that offer innovative new products perfect for indoor-outdoor living, like NanaWall. Choose from models that fold up accordion-style, slide into recessed wall pockets and more.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    yonat_lurie
    Yonat Lurie added this to Lurie PorchMay 18, 2019

    I'd love to find a way to do doors like this instead of the French doors - something like a pocket door to maximize space, but we're not able to go outside the budget for this.

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