Transitional patio photo in San Francisco with a fire pit

Mill Valley, CA

Transitional Patio, San Francisco

Transitional patio photo in San Francisco with a fire pit - Houzz
Urrutia Design
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Questions About This Photo (4)

empollinoempollino wrote:May 13, 2013
  • Suzanne Gingras Spagna
    7 years ago
    where is the furniture from?
  • amyleboeuf
    6 years ago
    Question for who designed the firepit. We are going to attempt to diy a back patio and firepit. Would you do the patio first and leave a square of earth that would accommodate where the firepit would be and then place it there later, basically living the earth below to be the bottom of the firepit....or would you concrete the whole patio first then go back and add your firepit, essentially making the concrete patio where the fire would be for the bottom of the firepit instead of the earth in the first example.
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