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Erin Hoopes
8 Reviews
Deluxe in Alexandria
Love the floor - is it wood tile or real wood? I want to find a realistic wood-looking tile for our bath.
Where did you get the lights on eithe side of the
LOVE the hardwood floors! Red or white oak - and Stain color?
what is the tile on the shower walls & floor?
Real oak wood floor, probably engineered flooring, ab grade, with little knots. Brushed finishing
I've seen a lot of people put Oak flooring in their bathrooms lately.
It looks like a Red Oak floor in a Select & Better grade. auntieann1 most site finished floors are going to be a custom mixed
gives the homeowner complete control over the color when they have the floor site finished. I would show the picture to your finisher and see if they can make a sample of something similar for you.
“marble countertops” — djch1000
Texas Construction Company
Bonnie Road Residence
Where are the flush mounted ceiling lights from?
Where can we purchase the flush mount lights?
Beautiful floors... are they painted or stained? Thanks in advance!
floor! like the ceiling fixtures, instead of inset lights
Stained wood floor - like it!
to assist them with interior furnishings as well. "In the same spirit as the architectural improvements, the furnishings still kept to their muted palette of grays and whites," says Chandler.
Have fun with it! Chartreuse stained hardwood floors — why not? I always admire brave selections like this
A chartreuse floor adds a mossy, outdoorsy feeling to this neutral kitchen.
One benefit of staining a wood floor over painting it is that stains allow some of the wood tones and grain to show through, so you end up with subtle variations in the color. A stained floor will show less wear and
“French doors” — skopelos
LuAnn Development, Inc.
20 Reviews
LuAnn Development
what is the floor color or design called
What is the wood and color of the floor? Getting ready to build 1st of April. thanks.
Love the rectangular suspended ceiling light; where can I get one?
Who is the manufacturer of the flooring?
Do you happen to have the floor plan of the 21st Street Residence, square footage, etc.?
Thank you for your question, these floors are solid hickory in 3", 5" and 7" beveled planks which create all the color variations that you see.
It is from Hubbardton Forge, one of my favorite lighting fixture companies. ...
The floors are natural hickory pecan set in 3", 5" and 7" wide planks which creates all the color.
built in; wood trim, open bottom of staircase
Hickory flooring? Beautiful, but too busy for our house.
“Furniture flooring” — heathhamil
Carolina Design Associates, LLC
14 Reviews
Various Work
It is a red oak species floor, but we matched the existing
to tiles my floors and I am wondering if I should use the same tile through the entire house?
What is the source info for the lantern pendant lights over the island in the first photo? Thank you.
What is the source info for the lantern pendant lights over the island
who is the lights made by? and how long is the island?
Loved loved this light as a much less expensive alternative to the very similar Urban Electric $3K one. and they carry it in
knobs but i am having trouble picking some new knobs. we have a lot of oil rubbed bronze in the surrounding spaces(foyer chandelier, living room built ins knobs etc.) but i absolutely love the nickel finish you used here! would it be taboo to mix that many metal finishes?
“Countertop” — maichoice
180 degrees
ellsworth residence | 28 degrees
built-in cabinetry, closets or shelving; and 13 to 15 feet for living space. Narrow plans ensure you’ll always be within a few feet of a window, natural light and fresh air.
Light gray walls, white ceiling, with cream-colored large rectangular porcelain tiles.
A width of 18 to 20 feet (give or take) is ideal, as it preserves a narrow proportion and allows for roughly 3 feet for walking space; 2 feet for built-in cabinetry,
enter the full depth of a space. Floor plans that are one room wide gather and distribute light very efficiently. A width of 18 to 20 feet (give or take) is ideal, as it preserves a narrow proportion and allows for roughly 3 feet for walking space; 2 feet for built-in cabinetry, closets or shelving;
“23” — seabstian
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
12 Reviews
Carpinteria Foothills Residence
Dark floor dark cabinet light blue walls
Wood floor and wall colors
built-ins, wood and pulls
Stressed Wooden Floor
LCD Lighting behind the drywall
wood floor in bathroom
Like the floors...Wood floor stain...Lights and ceiling...at floor...Wood floor...Wood Floors...lighting and floor...like flooring...dark wood floor...recessed lighting
“Wood floor color” — yoel_weiss
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Citrus Bloom
Who makes the honey brown floor stain please?
What do I do with my light oak cupboards? I want to either stain
Great question! You stain the entire floor the lighter color first. Then tape off the pattern of your choosing, helps to create a template to reuse. Then stain the pattern a shade darker. Hope
nice, but too traditional (in terms of entry table/lamps
Pattern floor with Wenge. beautiful
window through to add curiosity and bring light in.
Maybe I should go diagonal on wood floor
like the floor. do to the parquet in my foyer?
Diamond pattern stain on wood floor
“floor” — emilywallace2run
Michael Knowles, Architect
4 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence 06
Can you tell me the brand of your floor tiles?
What kind of tile is on the floor?
I love the floor. It doesn't look like it has any grout lines, which I like. Is it slate? Thank you!
Is there a closet for coats, umbrellas, and hats? If not, a row of hooks can make a good stand-in, as can an oldfashioned hall tree. Baskets mounted on the wall or set on the floor can hold scarves, gloves, and hats. A tall canister will keep umbrellas in one spot. If you ask people to take
and snow-soaked shoes from ruining the floors beneath. Keep adjacent rooms in mind when designing this space. The entryway should set the stage for rooms that are immediately visible and establish the flow for the overall home. Color, furniture styling, lighting, and artwork need not be identical, but
“Wallcolor” — mkleparek
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