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Corey Klassen Interior Design
4 Reviews
Kensington 1 - Kitchen Renovation
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Eclectic stained white (yes, stained white, look closer) kitchen with Fisher & Paykel, Electrolux, and Corian. Photos by Jason Karman.
What kind of stain is it?
seen such a solid white stain before. I don't want white that is painted because it can chip, nor do I want that "thermafoil" (I think it's called that). Your stain in the photo doesn't have any wood grain showing and it doesn't look white washed. So, I was wondering what stain it was.
You can not tell from the photos, but there is subtle woodgrain and it is not solid. Unfortunately the stain is exclusive to a local supplier. The majority of my kitchens are painted wood and haven't had an issue.
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Soapstone. Soapstone’s durability has made this material a top choice for hundreds of years. Its density makes it resistant to stains and bacteria, and it’s unaffected by heat. To clean it, simply wipe it down with mild soap and water.
means that acids like tomatoes and lemon juice won't damage it, and its density makes it impenetrable by everything, including bacteria and would-be stains. Cons: Its talc content makes soapstone softer than some other stone counters, which leads to edges and corners being eased over time. Nicks and scratches
Soapstone. Soapstone’s durability has made this material a top choice for hundreds of years. Its density makes it resistant to stains and bacteria, and it’s unaffected by heat. To clean it, simply wipe it down with mild soap and water. On the flip side, soapstone develops a darker
“Not a bad idea to have an island in an angle instead of following the straight lines of the counter” — julsbuls
Jaffa Group Design Build
1 Review
177 white pine - new build
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What color is the ceiling? Is it paint or stain
the name/color the concrete stain used? These floors are amazing.
Interesting flooring design. Is that stained concrete?
Painted Ceiling, Stained Concrete, Color Scheme
Stained concrete floor in basement
stained concrete floor
stained concrete...dark stained wood
“Fireplace” — eglyte11
Briggs Design Associates, Inc.
16 Reviews
LaGrange Craftsman
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Can you please tell me what kind of wood used for the cabinets? Staine
These are custom quarter-sawn white oak cabinets. The stain, cabinet style and trim are custom to match the existing stain, wood and trim details in this early 20th century Arts & Crafts home. The countertops are soapstone. They have been
cabinet wood type and stain color, please?
Quarter sawn oak and stain color
Like the stain on the wood
cream subway tile backsplash, stained cabinets, black countertops
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JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Southern Mississippi
Ideabooks6,894
Questions16
This floor is fabulous - what is the wood & stain please?
Are these engineered? Who is makess them and what stain? Please, please share!!!!!!!!!!!
Hi there, can you tell me what type if wood this is, what size and what stain was used? It's beautiful! Thanks in advance!
what brand, type, stain are the floors?
Its a prefinished, handscraped, 4 side bevel, likely engineered floor. Could be Black Walnut with a heavy stain. Character Grade.
this looks very much like Acacia engineered flooring with a stain on it.
so I am going to share that with the caviat that I don't really know! This looks like Gemwood's California Classic Acacia hardwood in the Santiago stain. You can google it to find pictures. Another one that is very similar looking to this is a black walnut. Acacia and walnut both have this very nice
“Height of stove vent, flooring- wide plank” — jeanniewolf
Knight Architects LLC
15 Reviews
Neoclassical Home
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What is the stain color on the oak floors. Beautiful!
I love this color flooring, but if this is red oak how would I get this color stained in a white oak floor?
This floor is white oak quarter sawn and rift cut in 2" width to match the original flooring from 1895. I do not know the stain color selected to get the warm brown color- but we reviewed a lot of samples to get it just right.
like color of stain on hand rail
floor white oak with unknown stain
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Michael Grant
Wild Turkey Lodge Bedrooms
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The far wall looks like beetle-kill pine, correct? Love it! What kind of stain did you use to bring out the blue so much?
The pine beetle which causes such damage is located mostly in Rocky Mountains. Example: http://www.sustainablelumberco.com/products/beetle-kill-blue-stain-pine/
upon what you want and need to hit your budget. We hope that you will consider using 'blue stain' beetle killed wood for your projects - even if the naturally striking colors just don't fit for you - for it stains and paints beautifully. Billions of dead trees are nothing more than a wasted natural resource
Wall stain interesting Maybe a red based stain vs grey
“We call this, "BLUE PINE... THE WOOD THAT MOTHER NATURE PAINTS" (c) (Reclaimed timber killed by t” — GreenWay Building Products LLC
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks6,390
Questions9
what stain is used on the door? Thank you
The best way to achieve a perfect stain color outcome is to sample some pieces and bring them to the actual area where your door is. A common mistake is to get the exact same stain color you see on someone's home and think it will look the same at on your door. There are several aspects that affect the
the appearance and richness of certain stain colors including your home's exterior color scheme, which way your home is positioned, lighting and even the time of day a certain picture was taken. My best advice, again, is to sample a few stain colors using the same type of wood used on your door, bring
Helo! Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately, the client decided to do the staining on their own. Therefore, we do not know this information. However, check out the Benjamin Moore app for help with stain color - http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/color-capture. All you need is a picture and
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