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Patio - modern courtyard patio idea in Vancouver

Echo BeachModern Patio, Vancouver

With a clear connection between the home and the Pacific Ocean beyond, this modern dwelling provides a west coast retreat for a young family. Forethought was given to future green advancements such as being completely solar ready and having plans in place to install a living green roof. Generous use of fully retractable window walls allow sea breezes to naturally cool living spaces which extend into the outdoors. Indoor air is filtered through an exchange system, providing a healthier air quality. Concrete surfaces on floors and walls add strength and ease of maintenance. Personality is expressed with the punches of colour seen in the Italian made and designed kitchen and furnishings within the home. Thoughtful consideration was given to areas committed to the clients’ hobbies and lifestyle.

Photography by www.robcampbellphotography.com

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2mch2du wrote:Jul 23, 2013
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    PartyLights.com
    For string lighting and a wide range of bulb styles (LED and incandescent) are available at www.partylights.com. We pride ourselves in customer service, so if you need help with deciding what's right for your space, give us a call.
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    Hometown Evolution Inc.
    We have a ton of these lights in stock! https://www.hometownevolutioninc.com/
keithyra wrote:Oct 4, 2012
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    how did you attach the lights to the wall?
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    KBC Developments
    The lighting is attached with eyelet bolts to the cement wall and plugged in at the roof of the house.
    We had prepared the electrical to accommodate Christmas/seasonal lights.

    www.kbcdevelopments.com
simplegrl wrote:Nov 22, 2014
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    KBC Developments
    This courtyard sits just outside the entrance to the home.
    It appears sunken as it is situated on a sloped lot, and this is at the top of the property, or front entrance and sits adjacent to the driveway and garage, but has been landscaped for privacy.

    It is 16 x 12 ft.

    See more at http://www.houzz.com/projects/28686/echo-beach
    or www.kbcdevelopments.com/echobeach


    Thanks for your interest!
    www.kbcdevelopments.com
brynrose wrote:Mar 10, 2014
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    KBC Developments
    The walls were formed and cast in place to create this courtyard adjacent to the entrance to the home.

    Thanks for your interest!
    www.kbcdevelopments.com
preslav wrote:Aug 7, 2013
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    KBC Developments
    I don't believe we sealed the exterior concrete on this project,
    but you can source a clear, flat sealer through www.brockwhite.com which we used on the interior concrete in this same project.

    Thanks for your interest.
    www.kbcdevelopments.com
Emma Matecki wrote:May 29, 2013
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    KBC Developments
    The lights are all separate strands attached by an eyelit hook on the concrete wall,
    and then plugged in on the roof which was prepared for Christmas/seasonal lighting.

    It creates a great ambience!

    Hope that helps!
    www.kbcdevelopments.com

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Trumatter added this to Celebrating Diwali? Here’s How to Get Your House ReadyOct 12, 2017

I’ve lived in small spaces all my life, so I am a huge fan of utilizing any available overhead space. If you have a terrace or balcony, no matter how small, bring a little festive whimsy to it. For instance, instead of adding fairy lights — or, as I call them, Diwali lights — to the windows, string them overhead in a place that has an electrical outlet. I have done this on my own balcony, and the result is quite stunning. Not only does it look beautiful and different, but it also makes for a practical lighting solution even after Diwali is over, when you want to enjoy a few glasses of wine outdoors with friends and family.

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Samantha Schoech added this to Party On: 5 Decorating Touches for Jubilant Rooms Every DayJan 28, 2013

4. String lights. Simple strings of white lights hung like a ceiling over an outdoor table make even the plainest backyard feel beautiful, intimate and fun.

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Rachel Grace added this to Make Outdoor Magic With String LightingJul 5, 2012

Hung directly above an outdoor dining table, twinkle lights can illuminate an evening meal.

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nicandjon added this to FarmhouseMay 3, 2019

Side by pool block from neighbors but have a door for grass area

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Scott Meyers added this to pilates studioFeb 12, 2019

cool idea of maybe using some funky cement

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Georgette Mayberry added this to Balboa Front Re-doNov 29, 2018

Placement of string lights into fence

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