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Elegant porch photo in Los Angeles with decking and a roof extension

HillgroveTraditional Porch, Los Angeles

Karyn Millet Photography

Elegant porch photo in Los Angeles with decking and a roof extension —  Houzz

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Kevin MacCormack wrote:Jan 18, 2012
Tammy Bender wrote:Jan 20, 2012
nsmellie wrote:Feb 22, 2012
  • PRO
    Urban Landscape
    Looks great! Can you please tell me the type of wood used for the deck?
  • lisafilla
    Hi. Can you please include the height of the deck?
hinghammom wrote:Mar 5, 2012
  • PRO
    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture
    The flooring is Ipe Decking. Hope that helps!
  • kalasn
    What was the finish name/brand/type used on this IPE decking?
stephaniefourie wrote:Apr 15, 2012
  • Mnm
    Yes please share the color/number manufacturer of this beautiful stone. Stunning porch!
  • PRO
    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture
    It is a dry stack of blue stone but I don't have the manufacturer, I'm afraid. Hope this helps!
sjmarsha wrote:Jun 2, 2012
can you put composite decking over an existing concrete porch

    arohne wrote:Aug 28, 2012
    • PRO
      K.O.H. Construction Corporation
      Xiamen, did you supply this job with the stone?
    • PRO
      Xiamen shunshun stone Imp&Exp Co.,Ltd
      Yes, we supply the stone. Do you have any question about this? You can email me at slate@sssto.com for any question.

      By the way, I'm Reallena. Nice to know you andyour esteemed company.
    Kim Trochman wrote:Oct 2, 2012
    • PRO
      Tim Barber Ltd Architecture
      Thank you for the compliment! The bathroom mirror was made custom for the client... Hope that helps!
    bigmamoo wrote:Nov 15, 2012
    What kind of material was used for the porch floor?

    meand2boys wrote:Jan 11, 2013
    What and where can you purchase the wood flooring?

    rjph7 wrote:Jan 16, 2013
    What type of material was used for the ceiling? Would hosing down or pressure washing be okay to do?

    • PRO
      Tim Barber Ltd Architecture
      The porch ceiling is painted Tongue & Groove wood. Unfortunately, we do not recommend a power washer as there are recessed heaters in ceiling. Hope that helps!
    • rjph7
      I won' t have recessed heaters. I want to change the dry wall ceiling for something that can be washed. Thanks for your time!
    bino1965 wrote:Mar 5, 2013
    are those ceiling fans inbetween Hundi lanterns? Also please what is the depth of the porch? Thanks

    • meyersday
      no they are not. if you read the other questions and answers you will find that those dark lines are recessed heaters.
    • PRO
      Tim Barber Ltd Architecture
      Yes, those are recessed heaters between the lanterns. Hope that helps!
    ahagely wrote:Mar 9, 2013
    where did you get porch lights/fans

    Details Design Studio wrote:Apr 7, 2013
    • PRO
      The Ipe you used looks fantastic. We're glad to see Ipe being utilized more on projects.
    • bellcrystine
      Are there more stepson the longer portion of the deck going down or just the one set of 2 steps down?
    mandysavvy wrote:Apr 15, 2013
    How should i figure dimensions for stone at the bottom of columns on my front porch?

    • tammyp23
      What is the width of the stack stone column
    • tammyp23
      Where can I find the answer to this questions.
    marciey wrote:Aug 1, 2013
    Are there any building plans or blue prints available for this porch?

      Nancie wrote:Sep 1, 2013
      • robertofsherwoodengland
        Really Impressed, is the stone local to LA, and what type of stone is is it? does it come cut to size and shape, I'm a natural stone freak and it takes a lot to impress me - well done to all concerned including the stone masons . Le Magnificent.
      • zaun
        What is the height difference from the floor of the patio and the top of the stone 'bench'?
      luke_011 wrote:Nov 4, 2013
        Nice Try wrote:Nov 20, 2013
        How deep is the porch? Thank you.

        lauriebm wrote:Jan 17, 2014
        Do you know the color of the siding? Thanks!

          decamps1 wrote:Mar 12, 2014
          Love the recessed heaters idea. Can you tell me more about them?

            decamps1 wrote:Mar 13, 2014
            I'm interested in the recessed heaters. Been looking for them. Help!

              rilefamily wrote:May 15, 2014
              Love the stone. What's it called. Thanks!

              • PRO
                Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

                We used stacked blue stone. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!

              Lily Drew wrote:Jun 21, 2014
              • Jeff Bridges

                I really like the flooring as well! It would be nice to remodel my porch with some nice wood flooring like this. I've got a porch about the same size but I'm lacking in furniture. I'll have to look around for some cheap outdoor furniture for sale that will look good with my current porch. When I have the money I'll remodel it while keeping this picture in mind.


              • calteacher2000
                We built our deck with cumaru. All you do is oil it ever 3 years.
              cherrysice wrote:Aug 12, 2014
                ninamarisela wrote:Sep 9, 2014
                kaycl wrote:Sep 15, 2014
                • PRO
                  Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

                  The decking material is Ipe
                  Decking and we used stacked blue stone under the columns. Please let us know if
                  you have any other questions. Thanks!

                vsamad wrote:Sep 24, 2014
                  hiandchar wrote:Oct 22, 2014
                  • Ruth Pulliam

                    Is ipe low maintenance? Was this stained or just oiled?

                  • PRO

                    Hi Ruth Pulliam,

                    Ipe is perhaps one of the lowest maintenance natural product available. Ipe is a very dense very strong wood and requires no water sealing or chemical treatment for its amazing properties.

                    With Ipe you can expect to oil the wood about once a ear depending on sun exposure. The oil acts to prevent graying of the wood and retain it's color. Otherwise, you could let it gray out like teak on a yacht and it will retain it's structural integrity.

                    If your deck gets dirty, using some simple warm water and mild soap will clean it right up! However, if this method doesn't cut it, you can always use a deck cleaner and brightener to clean it up.

                    It's a simple wood to maintain and its natural beauty adds amazing character to any home.

                  xiumcgovern1 wrote:Dec 23, 2014
                  • PRO
                    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

                    Thank you so much! We’re happy to hear that you found inspiration from
                    our Hillgrove back porch. Send us a picture of your deck when it’s finished. We’d
                    love to see it.

                  xiumcgovern1 wrote:Feb 7, 2015
                  Cindy wrote:Mar 25, 2015
                  Nusku Fireblocker® wrote:Aug 21, 2015
                  • PRO
                    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

                    We don’t have information on the exact type
                    of wood used on the ceiling, but it is most likely redwood. However, we can
                    tell you it was painted Decorator’s White High Gloss. Sorry we can’t provide
                    you with more information. Please let us know if you have any additional

                  Amanda Yannello wrote:Mar 4, 2016
                  Resham Budhathoki wrote:Aug 10, 2017
                  • PRO
                    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

                    Hi Resham. Thank you for your request. Unfortunately, we cannot publish the floor plans of this home. However, we do offer floor plans through our partner company, Tim Barber House & Home. Please visit their website at www.tbhh.com to see a selection of house plans.

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