5,536 Patina Home Design Photos

J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
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J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
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Martha Stewart color called Patina #8075.
It is from Bernhardt Furniture #379-112. Unfortunately, I do not this it is still available. The paint color for the other persons question is Sherwin Williams Martha Stewart Patina 8075. Janie Hirsch
It is a Sherwin Williams Martha Stewart color Patina 8075. Janie Hirsch
Sherwin Williams Martha Stewart Patina 8075.
Paint color! SW Martha Stewart Patina/8075
SW Martha Stuart Patina 8075 (green)
low profile furniture, wall color is Martha Stewart Patina 8075
Duron Martha Stewart color called Patina #8075.
“Colors” — degernes
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Entry - Teen Project
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find an article on Houzz.com that relates to work with copper: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/474276/list/15-Ways-to-Design-With-Copper Also green patina on copper called verdigris. Thank You Erika
could use some copper accents as it is pricey. That is a lovely patina
metal + patina + color + walls
love the patina look of the copper
“picture” — lindseyl1984
TrueBuilt, LLC
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Casablanca Designs/Clive Christian Washington
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
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Giannetti Home
Patina Style by Brooke and Steve Giannetti
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Patina Style by Brooke and Steve Giannetti
The idea of patina style and new
Patina.... simple & balanced NICE
aged patina - balance of new and old
obtain the patina-style balance? "As a general rule, add a maximum of around 3-4 old and chippy pieces to a room," Brooke says. "You'll want a mix of old and new. Keep upholstery clean and simple, and balance older pieces with industrial pieces."This bathroom is a wonderful example of patina style. The
Read up on "patina" style. A term coined by interior decorator Brooke Giannetti and her husband, architect Steve Giannetti, patina style celebrates seeing the history of a piece of furniture in its aged finish, weathering
and nicks and scratches. In this bathroom stainless steel sinks and symmetry keep the style fresh and current. Learn more about patina style
“taps” — vanessacg
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Olive Juice Designs
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Chic and Modern Nursery
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Copper Patina 619 Paint - Benjamin Moore
Copper Patina 619 Benjamin Moore paint
BM- Copper Patina 619
paint color copper patina
Copper Patina 619 Benjamin Moore
fe--bm copper patina
paint- copper patina BM
Ben Moore copper patina 619
Wall color: BM copper patina
It's called Copper Patina.
copper patina...BM Copper Patina
“paint” — hibrahim
TPA Architecture, Inc.
4 Reviews
Venice Transformation
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corten steel (self rusting), but these interior panels were just cold rolled steel treated with a patina product rather than rusting them. Product is called Sculpt Nouveau and the color was Japanese Brown Patina. Panels were then clear sealed with mat product.
fireplace is cold rolled steel panels custom fabricated fit by the contractor and adhered to the drywall substrate with a strong adhesive. The finish is a patina product made by Sculpt Nouveau (Japanese Brown) http://www.sculptnouveau.com/. It took some experimentation with the contractor to get this finish
with a strong adhesive. The finish is a patina product made by Sculpt Nouveau (Japanese Brown) http://www.sculptnouveau” “Cold rolled steel fireplace - patina product
“Use of patinas” — torana84
PHX Architecture
6 Reviews
Desert Mountain Estate
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and rich patina that gives the wall depth and character. The amount of iron oxides in the copper determines how much of a patina will occur.
The acid wash on this copper fireplace creates a beautiful and rich patina that gives
The acid wash on this copper fireplace creates a beautiful and rich patina that gives the wall depth and character. The amount of iron oxides in the copper determines how much of a patina will occur. Since copper is a natural material, the finish may vary between individual pieces
he acid wash on this copper fireplace creates a beautiful and rich patina that gives the wall depth and character. The amount of iron oxides in the copper determines how much of a patina will occur. Since copper is a natural material, the finish may vary between individual pieces
“Metal fireplace” — juliemcandrews
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Garden House
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commercial acid stain was a custom mix of Copper Patina and Weathered Bronze from LITHOCHROME® Chemstain® Classic.
Thanks for the question. Those are control joints cut into the concrete floor. The commercial acid stain was a custom mix of Copper Patina and Weathered Bronze from LITHOCHROME® Chemstain®
stain color: copper patina/weathered bronze from Lithochrome
Balance Associates Architects Thanks for the question. Those are control joints cut into the concrete floor. The commercial acid stain was a custom mix of Copper Patina and Weathered Bronze from LITHOCHROME®
joints cut into the concrete floor. The commercial acid stain was a custom mix of Copper Patina and Weathered Bronze from LITHOCHROME® Chemstain® Classic.
“floor for front porch” — alinemp13
Melissa Miranda Interior Design
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Claremont Park
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known more for the patina it develops with use than for its durability. It's a softer stone than granite, and can scratch and stain easily; the cost typically ranges from $70 to $100 per square foot installed.
stains & scratches easily. develops patina. $70-100 per sq
Marble Kitchen Counters Marble has an unrivaled, classic look that always seems to be in style. For lovers of white kitchens in particular, marble offers more variety than almost any other material. Marble is known more for the patina it develops
Marble Kitchen Counters Marble is known more for the patina it develops with use than for its durability. It's a softer stone than granite, and can scratch and stain easily; the cost typically ranges from $70
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