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Crystal Springs Road Traditional Deck, San Francisco

Dennis Mayer Photographer
Example of a mid-sized classic backyard deck design in San Francisco with no cover — Houzz

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razzle123 wrote:
exterior - can you tell me what the exterior is made out of on the building on the right. it looks like wood, that has been painted? I like it.
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Dana Westmoreland
I'd like to know what the exterior is as well.
tomw1092 wrote:
Redwood deck
kzi02315 wrote:
Deck chairs? - Manufacturers?
dreamhouseforsomeday wrote:
Exterior siding/material? - Ditto what everyone else is asking…what is the siding material? Is that concrete? Thanks!
vedo wrote:
This is wonderful! What species are the trees throuh the deck? ThankU!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Christine Tusher added this to How to Refinish a Wood Deck
Cleaning Your DeckOnce you’ve settled on which products to use, you’ll need to clean your deck. There are three ways you can do this: ScrubbingPressure washingStrippingScrubbing is the least expensive and gentlest option. Don’t worry, you won’t be stuck on your hands and knees. A stiff-bristle push broom can be an effective cleaning tool when paired with trisodium phosphate (TSP) or an outdoor cleaner like OxiClean. Follow the instructions carefully to make sure you apply the correct amount and don’t leave any residue behind.Tip: Cover plants with plastic before scrubbing to avoid exposure to harsh cleaners. Rinse them with the hose after completing the cleaning process to be extra safe.
Laura Gaskill added this to 17 Ways to Work a Deck
17. Breezeway deck. A generously sized deck is an effective way to connect structures on the same property — or parts of one large home — and increase outdoor living space at the same time.Tell us: What kind of deck are you dreaming of?More: What to Know About Adding a DeckDecking Materials Beyond Basic Lumber
Lauren Dunec Design added this to What to Plant Under Native Redwood Trees
Skip underplanting altogether. Leave the ground natural and allow the needles to fall and form a soft carpet beneath the trees. With any luck, native ferns, redwood sorrel and evergreen violets will sprout on their own accord to naturally fill in the forest floor.More8 Reasons to Plant a Great TreeDiscover more ground covers for your garden

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Katie Wall added this to Downstairs Patio (Outside Breezeway to Garage)
Maybe a wood floor downstairs/outside the breezeway
Dana Veach added this to Architectural Styling...
The more I look at this one, the more it grows on me. I could actually be a workable "look" in our woodsy setting...

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