123 Macassar Ebony Quarter Sawn Veneer Black Home Design Photos

J. Michaels Design
Contemporary Glass Top Bar
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Macassar Ebony Quarter Sawn Veneer Black
“Stone walls” — domstudio1
J. Michaels Design
Contemporary Glass Top Bar
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Macassar Ebony Quarter Sawn Veneer Black
“glass top” — windy22
J. Michaels Design
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Macassar Ebony Quarter Sawn Veneer Black
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jamesthomas, LLC
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jamesthomas, LLC
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Thank you for your reply. I'm beginning to see that looking at pictures of both. Plain-sawn is different from quarter sawn? Quarter sawn has more movement than rift sawn. It seems more choices lean toward rift sawn (but a majority of those were contemporary light toned finishes - so a more lineal pattern
cut w/some quarter sawn based on your comments. We have to play with the stain but what I'm looking for is a diluted coffee tone (dark, but able to see wood grain).
Rift-cut oak shows the least amount of a "cathedral" pattern in the wood grain; very linear. We like to mix in quarter-sawn sometimes
floors were stained to match an existing color. We don't have the exact formula but try using a blend of Classic Gray and Ebony from Minwax. Use only a little Ebony (1 part Ebony to 3 parts Gray).
“grey wood floor” — 4andos
Cabinet Concepts, Greensboro
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Startmount
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Modern kitchen remodel features natural Zebrawood and Wenge veneers.
Zebra Wood and Macassar ebony, an art deco thang.
Zebra wood — as seen in this angular kitchen — was one of the rich new woods used during the art deco period, along with Macassar ebony. Many of the materials and techniques used in this era led to high production costs, so art deco design was used more in public places, such
Zebra wood — as seen in this angular kitchen — was one of the rich new woods used during the art deco period, along with Macassar ebony.
Materials used Macassar ebony and Zebra wood.
Zebra wood — as seen in this angular kitchen — was one of the rich new woods used during the art deco period, along with Macassar ebony. Many of the materials and techniques used in this era led to high production costs, so art deco design was used more in public places, such as hotels, restaurants and
“counter stools” — careda
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
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Master Hall
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Rift and quartered with a custom stain blend
blend of chocolate and ebony. The chevron pattern consists
FORMULA OF CHOCOLATE AND EBONY MIX
Hi there, your picture is beautiful and certainly a busy blog! I am going to refinish my oak floors and was just wondering what part ebony to what part chocolate was mixed for this? Thanks if you can help me. :o)
I am thinking about doing this on the walls of our staircase and using black and white photos. Do you think this color is 2 dark for stairs?
question. Our hardwood floor installer applied two coats of a custom stain blend that is 50% ebony with 50% chocolate applied onto a rift and quarter sawn white oak floor. The general concept is mixing 50% black with 50% brown to achieve the rich dark tone. It is always best to have your floor finisher
“Base trim” — jameswatson
Knudson Interiors
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Knudson Interiors
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What finish is on the macassar veneer? Natural, gloss or another? Thanks!
The vanities and mirrors were fabricated by a local woodworker. Mirrors match the maccassar ebony finish and are accented with silver leaf.
That or a specilalty wood veneer or plywood
Love the macassar ebony veneer on the cabinets!
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jamesthomas, LLC
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jamesthomas, LLC
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percentage of ebony/gray. The combo you describe above is heavy on the ebony. I would recommend doing 1/4 ebony and 3/4 gray. But please have your contractor do test samples in-field. That is a must. So you can approve before he does the whole floor!
What are the proportions of ebony and gray stains
Greetings. This floor was stained to match their existing floor color. We used a combination of "Classic Grey" and "Ebony" from Minwax.
tend to look drab. We have just stained my newly laid white oak kitchen floors for what is to be my new gray and white kitchen with a 1/3 gray 2/3 ebony combo and it is pretty but not gray. Contractor is willing to correct, but I prefer not to sand new floor again. Please advise me so I can advise
“floor color” — schubertfamily
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