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Inspiration for a mid-sized tropical backyard brick garden path in Atlanta.

Robbins GardenTropical Landscape, Atlanta

Inspiration for a mid-sized tropical backyard brick garden path in Atlanta. —  Houzz
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aaronradebaugh wrote:Aug 11, 2012
  • silviakunst
    Doesn't look like wood.... What type of wood ??? And how is it attached ? It looks great !
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    Frederick + Frederick Architects

    Thanks! It is painted pressure treated Southern yellow pine attached with a Bermuda hinge.

lbhorton wrote:Apr 7, 2016
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Laura Gaskill added this to Stop That Draft: 8 Ways to Keep Winter Chills OutDec 23, 2013

6. Add functional shutters. Well-designed shutters, like the awning-style Bermuda shutters shown here, can be opened in summer to provide shade and shed rain, and shut in winter to block drafts and protect windows from strong (even hurricane-force) winds.

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Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to 11 Ways to Hurricane-Proof Your HouseOct 29, 2012

1. Protect your windows and doors. Whether with impact-resistant glass or shutters, protecting doors and windows against high winds and flying debris is imperative. Hurricane-force winds can hurl objects that act like bullets. Consider installing shutters or providing a system, such as a track, to easily install shutters in case of an approaching storm. Although the shutter wouldn’t be a permanent fixture on the exterior of your home, the track or other fastening hardware would be. So make sure the hardware is integrated with any other exterior improvements you plan to make.Tour a Home Designed for a Stormy Coast | Find a window professional near you

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Susan Stieglitz added this to AwningMay 25, 2012

This wood shutter becomes an instant awning when opened.

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John Hill added this to Beautiful Shutters That Actually WorkSep 12, 2011

Here is an awning-type window shutter that sheds water and provides shade when open. When closed, it protects the house in the event of a hurricane.

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Kelly Frith added this to Colleen MartinApr 6, 2018

Hurricane Shutter for Garage Windows

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dannett added this to Landscape IdeasMar 26, 2018

Note, creamy colour bricks around edge

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Anu Narayan added this to PatioFeb 13, 2018

Like the Gate leading into our backyard

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