Andrew Tatreau Design
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Nebraskabana

The concept for my cabana spawned from my realization that I never spent leisure time in my shadeless, open yard. I wanted to create a space that facilitated intimate social gatherings, and it’s far exceeded my expectations. 

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 This whole project was an exercise in resourcefulness. The only new materials were the wood for the structure and the chair cushions/palette sofa padding. I layered three 3-inch-thick foam mattress toppers covered in a waterproof mattress cover and Restoration Hardware linen curtain ($8 at Goodwill).

This whole project was an exercise in resourcefulness. The only new materials were the wood for the structure and the chair cushions/palette sofa padding. I layered three 3-inch-thick foam mattress toppers covered in a waterproof mattress cover and Restoration Hardware linen curtain ($8 at Goodwill).

 My garden is a mixture of edible herbs/veggies and native prairie wildflowers. I broke up slabs of scrap marble and used them as pavers, surrounded by pea gravel.

My garden is a mixture of edible herbs/veggies and native prairie wildflowers. I broke up slabs of scrap marble and used them as pavers, surrounded by pea gravel.

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