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Modern Patio Modern Deck, Seattle

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Minimalist deck photo in Seattle with no cover — Houzz

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minaco wrote:
I'm looking outdoor pic posted by Pb Elemental that shown skinny trees with tiny yellow leaves. I'm interested in what kind of tree it is.
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G Lange
They're not Maples! They're bamboo.
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Tina Allen De Souza
He probably meant on the floors. What type of maple floor.
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jacquesdb1 wrote:
What type of trees are those?
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nicolebenfield
black bamboo (Phyllostachys nigra). Source: I own a bamboo nursery
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Tina Allen De Souza
the link is wrong. its www.elementalarchitecture.com I assume after googling.
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Marisa Firth wrote:
Courtyard wood - What wood is used for this courtyard?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to 10 Ways to Bedeck Your Deck
When choosing materials and planning the design, think of how it will relate to the house. This minimal deck adds a bit of ornament to the unadorned house facade; the lines and patterns in the wood add rhythm and texture.
J. Peterson Garden Design added this to Common Myths That May Be Hurting Your Garden
4. You have to stake trees. It depends, but in general, no. If you are planting a young tree in a highly windy area or on a slope, go ahead and loosely stake the tree to keep it from falling over as it gets established. Otherwise let the tree go it alone. Light breezes make the tree sway slightly from side to side, allowing the tree's roots to grow deeper to stabilize it. If you need to stake it, remember to remove the stakes after the first growing season. It's a little tough love, but your tree will thank you later.
Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: 9 Ways to Open a House to the Outdoors
Courtyards bound by neighboring architecture, which we can’t control, can benefit from the introduction of plantings to provide some level of privacy and soften hard edges.

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Galley Singh added this to Patio
At one side of the kitchen and guest room

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