Roof Terrace by Frank Holbrook DesignTraditional Patio, San Francisco

Alex Amend © 2012 Houzz

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armbrust19 wrote:September 8, 2013
  • Iris Banks Durant

    Where could I purchase tent fabric?

  • 1janne

    Are there no answers to the questions? I'd like to know where one can buy the tent.

Cindy Coup wrote:September 19, 2012
  • seastarbliss
    wow, what a great view! Love the tent canopy too.
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    Juliet Johnson
    It looks like lobelia to me.
rochellel wrote:April 2, 2013
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    Hooks and Lattice
    Not sure exactly which you're talking about, but we make planters like the wrought iron ones in the front. Let us know if you need more info or a quote on a certain size!
chosha2002 wrote:November 23, 2012
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      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Billy Goodnick Garden Design added this to How to Pick the Right Garden CeilingSeptember 23, 2013

      You don’t have to be a circus performer to appreciate the convenience of a tent for easy, inexpensive, portable coverage. These light and airy garden structures come in all shapes and sizes, and are sold as kits you can assemble in a few hours using simple tools. The frames are lightweight and, like modern umbrellas, they feature durable fabrics, making your purchase a smart long-term investment. Some feature side panels that can be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations. (It’s so embarrassing to call over the fence, “Hey, mister, can we have our tent back?”) Methods for keeping a tent where you want it vary by model and can include stakes with tie-downs, spikes, concrete “feet” or sandbags. If you know that your tent will be a permanent feature, you can connect to below-ground concrete footings. Also, keep in mind that even the most durable fabrics can eventually succumb to the elements. If you’re purchasing a tent from a kit, it pays to buy from an established company that is more likely to be around when you need them — that is, when you're in need of replacement fabric some years down the road,

      Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to 10 Small Structures That Whisper of WonderJuly 21, 2012

      A small wonder doesn't have to be out in the woods and away from it all. Some of the best opuscules can be temporary tents erected on a rooftop. Providing a sense of shelter and place, this rooftop structure is at once private and connected to the world at large.

      Vanessa Brunner added this to Living Spaces Wow at Decorator ShowcaseApril 26, 2012

      Roof TerraceBy Frank Holbrook DesignThis elegant outdoor pagoda off the master bedroom is the perfect outdoor room. Striped outdoor fabric from Perennials offers shelter and frames the stunning view of the San Francisco Bay. Designer Frank Holbrook took the design over the top with an antique chandelier, plants and accessories in a traditional European estate style.

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      Cassie Taylor added this to DIYMay 9, 2019

      Iron Table: ply wood + table cloth

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      Jumpinbreeze added this to Roof Terrace Over Sunroom Addition & Outdoor RoomMarch 27, 2019

      Terrific French balustrade with great plants very French

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