Pool #2. South Texas. Waterfront property.

mrcarcrazy

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Jan 21, 2014
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They have been playing a little more with the travertine coping. I really think it will be nice looking. The large pavers are what we chose, they brought a few to show. I’m thinking granite for the bar. I have granite in the house and thought about making this match. Not sure on that front. Maybe go with concrete...hmm. I dunno. Maybe just make it travertine (and yes you’re reading my thoughts...sorry it’s poorly written).

also not sure what the inner walls of the kitchen should be....will have tile backsplash. But no clue what else I’m doing.
 

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Patrick_B

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Gonna be awesome man. Might have to come down and do a real Texas christening on this thing. That’s a long way to come without staying a few days though. Think you can handle me, WoodyP, and Chip all that time?
 
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mrcarcrazy

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Gonna be awesome man. Might have to come down and do a real Texas christening on this thing. That’s a long way to come without staying a few days though. Think you can handle me, WoodyP, and Chip all that time?
how many of you are willing to sleep together?

You guys are always welcome. I’ll even furnish the third bedroom that we may have not bothered to furnish thus far.
 

martinkennedy

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Hi Ben,
I was thinking about your thoughts on material for your outdoor kitchen. Granite counter tops for the bar and any other surface that may have the potential to get stained for sure. Since your kitchen is in a neat location, how about ceramic tiles for the interior walls. There are so many choices available, like a marble look, or wood look or just about any color or design your mind can come up with. And since you have that nice drain in the middle, you can just hose them off when needed.
 

mrcarcrazy

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Jan 21, 2014
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Tx coast
Hi Ben,
I was thinking about your thoughts on material for your outdoor kitchen. Granite counter tops for the bar and any other surface that may have the potential to get stained for sure. Since your kitchen is in a neat location, how about ceramic tiles for the interior walls. There are so many choices available, like a marble look, or wood look or just about any color or design your mind can come up with. And since you have that nice drain in the middle, you can just hose them off when needed.


Not a bad idea at all. Im thinking granite for countertops. Really like the idea of tile for the inside walls. I believe they are going to work on the pavers soon. Hoping that will give my wife a better idea of what it will all look like. Also going to make sure they waterproof both sides of the vanishing edge wall as we’ve discussed prior. Any other suggestions from anyone, I’m open.