OzoneTraditional Patio, Perth

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karenbreeze wrote:Jun 28, 2013
blessedqueen wrote:Apr 17, 2013
  • amitmehta
    What kind of natural stone is this product? Size of tile also please?
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    Swell Homes
    Apologies for the delay in response. Hadn't spotted this query. The tiles are Travertine, a metamorphosised limestone. The sizes were 600 x 300.
schmf wrote:Feb 28, 2014
  • jesscopeland

    What height do you have the base of the fireplace?

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    Swell Homes

    That is approximately 500mm.

Lucy Telfar Barnard wrote:Nov 23, 2013
  • Vaughn Felix
    Is it in cm?
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    Swell Homes
    Sorry, all mm or m. Never cm. Builder's habit.
Gail Tilsner wrote:Sep 30, 2013
  • dnjjlewis
    What coloured wood did you use for the seat?
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    Swell Homes
    It is a Jarrah timber.
Medford Design-Build wrote:Mar 3, 2015
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    Swell Homes
    Our aluminium window and door supplier SV Glass use special adhesives to fix directly to the wall. Small clips that support the bottom and lock the top of a mirror are another option.
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    Medford Design-Build

    Neat, Thanks for sharing!

Fleur Veldkamp wrote:Jul 15, 2014
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    Swell Homes
    I'm pretty sure that it was Slover Peace Stone.
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ellalicious wrote:May 13, 2013
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    Swell Homes
    Ah, I have the black thumb! Liz Prater the interior designer did the landscaping and styling. We builders are not renown for our gardening skills.
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    Liz Prater Design Home
    The trees are Waterhausia, a weeping Lillypilly, massed star jasmine under and some Japanese Box for definition. Liz
lelston721 wrote:Mar 12, 2015
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    Swell Homes
    This was made onsite with dressed hardwood. It is a custom bench.
Margaret Bonvechio wrote:Apr 3, 2014
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    Swell Homes
    Please refer this to Liz Prater in Houzz. She is the interior designer and the landscape designer.
Heather Chen wrote:Jun 14, 2013
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    Swell Homes
    We use "mungo" plugs and galvanized coach screws to fix CCA treated pine plates to masonry, then fix the finishing timber to it.
brianjameson wrote:May 13, 2013
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    Swell Homes
    This is fibre cement cladding, or weatherboard. You can install it as per manufacturer's specification. The literature is available on line for each reputable produce. This one is a James Hardie product, and I'm pretty sure that the profile was Newport.

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June Scott Design added this to Get a Knack for Black in the GardenNov 1, 2013

Pair black and white with lots of green foliage for a fresh, bold look. With a simple palette of such high contrast, it’s important to balance all of the colors and elements involved. The black elements in this example help stabilize the ethereal whiteness of the walls and patio.

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Spring Patio Fix-Ups: 9 Wonderful Ways With Built-in BenchesMay 2, 2013

2. Tuck a bench between planters for built-in shade. If you could use more shade in your patio, consider installing a bench nestled between a pair of big planters filled with trees. Check with your local garden center to choose a variety that does well in a pot and works with your climate.

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nik_hills added this to Back Garden | Firepit & Vegie GardenAug 12, 2019

Like the inderplanting under the seat

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