113,410 PECAN STAIN Home Design Photos

Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Renovated Farmhouse Merges Historic and Modern Elements
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clerestory good place for stained glass
sheepskin throw, low coffee table, stained glass window tops. pillows--fun space!
stained glass windows
Couch and stained glads
stained glass "valances"
Love the stained glass.
stained glass windows
Stained glass!
“Sofa” — gotne
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Angela Strickland
north albany master suite
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oceanside glass mosaic tiles on backsplash, porcelain field tiled tiles for floor & shower walls, caesarstone counters, dark stained maple custom cabinets for vanity and custom closet
What is the color of the stain or the wood of the cabinetry?
hi lowens003 ~ the wood used for the vanity is maple. the stain is a custom stain i had the cabinet maker create. we call it "deep mahogany". . . .
“wall sconces” — kcgp17
Eggleston Farkas Architects
5 Reviews
Meadow Creek House
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What stain and finish did you use on the cedar spaced boards on the wall - Thank-you
The material is clear cedar and we used a Sikkens stain with a color blend of two parts #045 mahagony and one part #072 butternut. FYI, the ceiling panels and wood trim on the windows are Lyptus with a clear
it has a rustic feel, the color of the stain, and the view is awesome
info about cedar stain finish formula and lyptus ceiling panels
Sikkens stain with a color blend of two parts #045 mahagony and one part #072 butternut
“Bedroom with Balcony and view” — jjgatzke
LeBoeuf & Biasotti
Dry Creek
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What is the wood and stain of the cabinets?
Krafmaid cherry wood stain with cognac stain.
Cherry wood cabinets with cognac stain
Kraftmaid with cognac stain
cherry cabinets cognac stain
Cabinets, stain
“Hardware 2” — Barb Benfante
Soledad Builders, LLC
7 Reviews
Porte Cochere
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What stain color is on the ceiling?
Could you please tell me who the manufacturer is and the names of the two colors used on this stained and scored concrete floor?
Stain for patio ceiling
stained pine v ceiling
Ceiling stain, floor pattern
Ceiling stain
“ceilng/lighting” — sacto
Herrick Design Group
Living Room looking from Foyer
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Nice traditional look with stained moldings.
Curtains on big windows/brown stained trim
stained woodwork with color on wall
living room design and paint color with stained woodwork
Stained trim...stained molding...stained woodwork
“Sala” — a2photo
RW Anderson Homes
Traditional Kitchen
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Marble is a very good stone to use in a bathroom or as an accent on walls and fireplaces. It is a softer and can stain easier than other stones. Its a known fact that if you keep it sealed, you should never have any issues
like the mix of white cabinets with darker stain
stained window facing with painted cabinets
bright and cheery, note the oak flooring, nice grains with soft warm stain
Counter and combined stained and painted wood
Stain and tone of cabinet to island. Goes well together and not too stark contrast between tones.
“cabinets” — annacpauly
Lee Edwards - residential design
10 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence
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semi-transparent Cabot stain (Spanish Moss) that had a little more pigment than the 'New Cedar' finish we used on the horizontal cedar.
Thanks for your question. This comes up on every project that uses cedar siding. For the project above, we used Cabots semi-transparent stain (New Cedar) for the
point the cedar can be thoroughly cleaned and dried prior to applying the stain. On the project above we strategically located the clear/ semi-transparent cedar on the least exposed portions of the house. We used an opaque stain over tight-knot cedar on the SW side of the house to minimize maintenance
In general, I think you can mix clear and tight-knot if you find the right transitions. Other factors like stain (semi-trans/solid), siding type (t&g, lap, rainscreen, ship-lap, orientation (exposure) etc. can factor into the overall composition and aesthetic. Best of luck on your project! nerve-racking
“Cedar shiplap corner” — seztaylor
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