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lanai make over

I took a Plain corcrete lanai, blocked up one end for the bar and grill . Then I put 3/4 tongue and groove subflooring on the ceiling for a base. On top of which I put 8" pecky cypress, boxed in the beam with cypress planks. Removed the existing posts and replaced them with cypress trees. I framed the bar with alunmium studs, durarock, then stucco. The counter and backsplash are onyx tile. Recessed lights are led trims with progress trims attached. My attemp was to make my own tropical lagoon. I think I came pretty close. All cutting, nailing, holes, were done with 1+tools and Ryobi compound miter saw.



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