Lynch Ave contemporary-patio
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Lynch Ave Contemporary Patio, Sydney

Photos by Katrine Mardini
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Michelle Macke wrote:
Copper screens - Hello, I’m interested in doing a copper accent wall in my home. Where did you find the copper screens and the one full panel of copper. I would appreciate any assistance. Thank you!
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Hi Michelle - its actually core ten, not copper and we have the screens made for each project

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Michelle Macke

Thank you!

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glofberg wrote:
Is the wall of the planters concrete?
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masonry with a render finish

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C O wrote:
Beautiful landscape! - This is a beautiful landscape! Could you please tell me the name of the large leaf plant on the left side of the picture, in front of the tomato plant? Thank you in advance.
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