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Results found for "deck lights"

  • Barry Deco's Deck at night, Patios & Decks, Patios & Decks Design

    Barry Deco's Deck at ...

    5 photos, 1,555 Views, Flag

  • Deck Lighting, Deck lighting using lighted post caps and under railing LEDs., Patios & Decks Design

    Deck Lighting

    5 photos, 1,010 Views, Flag

  • Lights, Pools Design


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  • yard project, added a new deck and some rocks, Home Exterior Design

    yard project

    5 photos, 574 Views, Flag

  • Outdoor Living, I built this pool last year, Pools Design

    Outdoor Living

    19 photos, 2,297 Views, Flag

  • Jazzing up the deck!, Little touches can make an outdoor deck into an outside room that serves more than just as an eating place.It can become a room to relax,read, work on the computer,talk with friends and loved ones or just have a nice romantic dinner,, Patios & Decks Design

    Jazzing up the deck!

    6 photos, 2,213 Views, Flag

  • Deck renovation and design, Outdoor living, Patios & Decks Design

    Deck renovation and de...

    12 photos, 717 Views, Flag

  • Deck off kitchen with Gazebo (All under $225), So I really don't want criticism on this one. It's not perfect I know but it honestly impresses a lot of people when they come over. They say it feels like an outdoor livingroom and that it's an amazing extention of our home. It's 1970's furniture I restored put an outdoor mat down and some plants. The furniture cost me under $200 with everything and the mat was $10!, Porches Design

    Deck off kitchen with ...

    5 photos, 2,501 Views, Flag

  • Deck Delight - before and after, We bought our home with a huge dead empty backyard and put in a deck.  Since these pics we have finished staining the post and added some more deck plants and metal wall art.  We also added rope lighting that goes under the railing so at night there is a beautiful glow.  Please give us your ideas as to what to add next., Patios & Decks Design

    Deck Delight - before ...

    5 photos, 1,140 Views, Flag

  • City Alley Deck Becomes Modern Oasis Phase #1, I'm blessed with a rather large garage top deck for the City of Chicago.  Unfortunately, it's in an alley of electrical wires, parked cars, garbage cans and lots of neighbors across the way.  So for phase #1 of designing my oasis in the city I blocked as much of the bad as I could and created a little visual interest with walls and a pergola and some fun lighting for evening get togethers.   And I did the best I could to "frame the sky!"  I will save money over the winter to do phase two of the project including a hot tub under the pergola, a fire pit, new furniture, a water feature and plants.  Phase three of the project (outdoor kitchen) will come at a future date (unless I win the lotto sooner!!), Patios & Decks Design

    City Alley Deck Beco...

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  • Our Lady of Relaxation: a Backyard Deck with Gothic-Arched Pergola, Our little eighth-of-an-acre plot in Los Angeles came with a very small, 20'x20' back yard.  It sat unused for years.  This Spring, I decided to re-do the whole thing as one big deck with a pergola cover.  I did all of the work myself -- fastening every board, setting every stone, sewing together the sections of shade fabric, bending and welding every piece of steel.  Everything.  

I think DIY-ers will enjoy the story -- especially when you get to the point where I had to find a way to 'levitate' the entire roof assembly of the pergola seven feet into the air with only my two hands, some spare lumber, a home-made pulley and a cordless drill.

There is more greenery in the deck's future -- and there are some parts that are still not finished.  But after three months of hard work, the thing is now up and running as a place for my family to -- finally -- spend some time together in what was once the back yard., Patios & Decks Design

    Our Lady of Relaxatio...

    30 photos, 2,221 Views, Flag

  • Christmas lights, Christmas 2010 lights at our home. , Holidays Design

    Christmas lights

    2 photos, 263 Views, Flag

  • Cozy Cottage - Exterior Views, We just completed the final portion of our exterior renovation on our 85 year old Spanish Bungalow - however, from the back profile it looks much more contemporary than the front profile of the home., Home Exterior Design

    Cozy Cottage - Exteri...

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  • My Railroad Themed Garden Project, I restored a real railroad crossing signal with working lights and bell a few months ago. I wanted to put it in my backyard, but I new it would look strange just standing by itself. I love comming up with creative ideas, so i decided to make railroad theamed garden project out of it. I first worked on making the tracks, which I found most of the materials in hardware stores. The tracks are made from metal fence posts,decking fasteners and cedar planks.Next, the walkways were made by using cedar planks mounted on 2x2s. and filled in between with colored pea gravel, which is held in by cedar edging. Then just finished it off by adding stone,multch,plants and flowers. I also restored a switch track light that lights up. Then I wired up both RR lights and bell, which work by remote.
 I finally finished my project by adding a personalized sign, which I found on ebay. 
    I have gotten many people asking me when I am going to build a train to fit on the tracks or adding on a train station. LOL!!!  I tell them maybe next year. If i do decide to add anything on i will post future pics. 
 Well it did'nt take but one day to add on to my project. I have put a 1930s restored parking meter, along with a RR sign and old wood planter, by the side of my garage. You wiil see this first before entering the RR garden (see new pics.  I also added some more detailed pictures of the RR garden., Yards Design

    My Railroad Themed G...

    18 photos, 1,679 Views, Flag

  • The Ultimate Honey Do: Pergola and Furnishings, Pergola with dining and entertaining space and custom touches built by my husband., Patios & Decks Design

    The Ultimate Honey D...

    13 photos, 1,135 Views, Flag

  • Our Home Exterior , New Siding,Deck,and Shutters, Home Exterior Design

    Our Home Exterior

    9 photos, 509 Views, Flag

  • My First Deck (All D.I.Y.), This was my first attempt at building a deck I liked the layout of the existing concrete patio but it was a smidge small in size and had no real shade in the evening.  During the day there isn't a great place to soak up the sun either so I built a smaller seperate sun deck.  This summer I hope to finish the landscaping and create a pathway to the sun deck from the main seating area., Patios & Decks Design

    My First Deck (All D...

    6 photos, 2,838 Views, Flag

  • garden bridge with lights, arched garden bridge with LED lightingand unique handrail posts, Gardens Design

    garden bridge with lig...

    5 photos, 303 Views, Flag

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