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Inspiration for a contemporary backyard patio remodel in San Francisco with a fire pit

Gathering TableContemporary Patio, San Francisco

Michelle Lee Wilson Photography

Inspiration for a contemporary backyard patio remodel in San Francisco with a fire pit —  Houzz

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Michele Gossett wrote:Jan 15, 2013
How is the color of (cement) achieved on walls of bench seating?

- Please what or how is the beautiful varying gray color achieved on the walls of bench?

sopamomma wrote:Jan 19, 2013
What kind of wood/stain is used on the bench? thank you.

  • hos000
    Hi could you please let me know what kind of wood is used on the bench? Love the look!!
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    Arterra Landscape Architects
    The bench is cedar. Thanks for asking
drshook1 wrote:Feb 14, 2013
Hi there. How tall is that fence and what species of wood is that? thanks

Leah Bond wrote:Feb 25, 2013
sopamomma wrote:Mar 5, 2013
  • Quyen Doyoder
    Nice patio
  • riverhills
    i assume 18" to the seat ledge-is that top or bottom? also, how tall is the wall itself? we're doing this exact thing in a courtyard space on a new home design. thanks!
D R wrote:Mar 7, 2013
kthend wrote:Mar 30, 2013
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    Arterra Landscape Architects
    Best to ask your materials supplier. They will be the most up to date on what you can use to seal any stone options for countertops
  • phlabonte
    Limestone is very soft and porous. It chips and stains VERY easily. There are excellent imitations out there without all the disadvantages. Look into them.
pl13 wrote:May 11, 2013
Patio concrete color?

- Thanks!

pl13 wrote:May 12, 2013
  • pfrm

    Is the concrete patio poured concrete / pavers / other? Thx!

  • seanbalile

    can you answer this questions please?

rougegirl212 wrote:Aug 30, 2013
Hi. Can you tell me how thick the cement wall is? Love the look. Thank

  • rougegirl212
    And how high is the wall seat?
  • ranjansingh
    thickness can be 7
res213 wrote:Sep 15, 2013
    Margaret Bonvechio wrote:Apr 3, 2014
    How tall will the plants grow against the fence? What plant is it?

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      Arterra Landscape Architects
      Those are white oak-leaf hydrangeas - and they will get to be about 4' tall
    • navymom09

      Mine are "Alice" variety oakleafs (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Alice') over 7' tall since planting in 2012 and can grow to 12-15' if happy. (Zone 7A Long Island's North Shore) Blooms are white in July, turning pink now in August.

      They can be pruned back and respond well, growing denser with trimming.

    envynick3689 wrote:Apr 27, 2014
    jfrolik wrote:Jun 4, 2014
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      I believe they added more lamp black into it to get a darker grey - so it was custom blend
    becward99 wrote:Jul 26, 2014
    mattkeller1968 wrote:Aug 28, 2015
    What type of cement did you use

    - Did you use blocks

    T W wrote:Jan 28, 2016
    • debramarieo

      I love the design too. Yes, would you tell me the distance of the spacing in between the concrete pads, as well as, the depth of the space filled with small pebbles. My concern: will the pebbles stay in place.

    Nicole M wrote:Apr 25, 2016
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