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Contemporary DeckContemporary Deck, Sydney

Inspiration for a contemporary backyard water fountain deck remodel in Sydney with no cover —  Houzz
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This photo has 8 questions
gabylous wrote:Nov 25, 2015
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    MP Lighting

    Hi gabylous! If you're looking to direct light up the wall, we do offer a similar product L01 exterior ingrade. As for the light on the cement wall, take a look at L46 wall mount. Hope this helps!

  • Ernest Manyisa

    how do you mantain the wall?

Gabe Rensen wrote:Aug 13, 2014
mick3120 wrote:Jul 16, 2014
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    Gardens at Night
    It is a great project. We lit this project for the team from COS Design who are also Houzz members. I am not sure what the walling material is, the guys at COS would be able to tell you what it is.
  • Ericka Brown
    Wall materials please
marisamelchiorre wrote:Sep 12, 2015
  • alex2013
    Looks like bamboo on the right. To the right is a Japanese maple. Looks like a acer palmatum coral bark. Also known as sango Kaku
guitarmoods wrote:Oct 7, 2014
  • ritasj
    The deck boards are probably 2x6

What Houzz contributors are saying:

falonland
Falon Land Studio LLC added this to How to Turn an Ugly Wall Into a FeatureJul 18, 2016

Place elements in front. Place elements in front of the wall, as has been done here with bamboo planting and a protruding white textured accent panel. A panel like this is a simple site wall that acts as an architectural element within a small space and is flanked by vertical plantings. A panel like this can be a free-floating structure that doesn’t touch or build upon the existing wall. It’s a handy way to completely screen a wall that is not on your property.

frankorgan
Frank Organ added this to Design Solutions for the Time-Strapped GardenerDec 9, 2014

Decking can be a cost-effective way to cover large areas with hardscape in a small garden. It does have certain maintenance requirements to keep it looking good and safe to use. Natural wood can become green, grimy, slippery and plain dirty after the winter, with the surface exposed to elements like sunlight, rain, snow and frost. Luckily for the time-shy, decking maintenance is typically only an annual event that has just three simple steps: cleaning, restoring and protecting.Learn more about what to know when adding a deck

What Houzzers are commenting on:

sujathakalidas
sujathakalidas added this to FRONT ENTRANCE WITH GATEJun 4, 2019

THIS BENCH INTERIOR SOUTH EAST WALL

mommydan
mommydan added this to Backyard WishJun 2, 2019

don't know what the white part is but I like it... i think

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