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Example of a classic patio design in Seattle with a fire pit —  Houzz
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K Herrin wrote:August 10, 2015
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    Thank you! I appreciate it! I will look at your new photos --your projects are really beautiful!

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    Second Nature Landscape Design

    HI! Lovely landscape by the way. Say. What is the plant material that is central and in the far back? Is it some older Rhododendrons....or is it a vine of some sort on a trellis....thanks!

swells611 wrote:June 27, 2014
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    Lite4 Outdoor Lighting
    The path lights are pretty standard. Most any lighting company will be able to source these for you or you can purchase a good quality, brass version at
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    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
    The path lights are LED Unique lighting fixtures with a weathered brass color. We use an astronomical clock to automate the timing of the lights. Thank you for your question! Team Alderwood.
efitzsimons02 wrote:May 3, 2015
segalklisa wrote:March 14, 2015
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    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction

    Hi segalklisa, the patio in the foreground is exposed aggregate (this project was a re-model / add-on to an existing project). The patio around the fire pit is a Belgard paver product. The firepit itself is a custom-made cap (granite) with an area to set wine-glasses. I believe the veneer stone is a 1" thick "loon lake" stone. Hope this is helpful!

kate52786 wrote:June 3, 2014
sstone1297 wrote:January 1, 2014
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    Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
    There is a variety of vegetation along the fence line which includes Laurels, Leyland Cypress, Arborvitae and Rhododendrons. Much of the surrounding garden (perimeter plantings) where existing and we designed and created the water feature, fire piece, and lighting for the oasis. The existing mature plantings were saved as much as possible to help preserve the lush garden feel and privacy. Thank you for your question. Team Alderwood.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Matt Clawson added this to 3 Ways to Bring the Heat to Outdoor Living SpacesSeptember 11, 2015

Built-in gas fire pit. This is the option for you if you’re looking for a simple, reliable, custom design to fit the look of your landscaping with the year-round benefit of natural gas.Having a party? Why bother with stoking a fire, and why should people get smoke in their eyes? Flip a switch just before the doorbell rings, and the fire will be sure to burn high and true.There is not much of a downside to this option, except, of course, that the cost of a natural-gas fire pit typically runs well over $6,000, depending on the proximity to available gas; the gas ring and log features selected; and the design characteristics of your fire pit. You will always need to get a permit for a built-in gas fire pit, and that can be a time-consuming and somewhat costly proposition.A built-in custom gas fire pit will likely take about two weeks to construct, once the permit approval process is complete.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Susan Opton added this to Glickman Inspirational PhotosNovember 20, 2019

love the rock garden and lit, cascading water and the ability to wade in water

Kim Martin added this to Wish ListAugust 21, 2019

Pond, fire pit, patio with surrounding plants.

ynwa250505 added this to Cley RoadAugust 17, 2019

Fire pit and general design - lot of visual interest.

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