85,865 Quartersawn Oak Home Design Photos

Janiczek Homes
1 Review
Historic Barn in Newtown Square
Ideabooks8,763
Questions3
This is a historic oak wood water cistern that was adaptively reused.
It is an oak wood water cistern that was adaptively reused. The countertop is soapstone.
“Bar out of a water cistern” — payne1610
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Fox Group Construction
5 Reviews
Harvard/Yale
Ideabooks616
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It's a number one select 5inch white oak floor with a natural stain.
White oak floors with natural stain
“Fixtures, sinks, floor, cabinets, hardware” — mfffr
Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, Inc.
1 Review
Boat House
Ideabooks407
Questions0
reclaimed oak flooring
reclaimed oak siding
“Back porch?” — mira0818
My House Design Build Team
8 Reviews
Living Room with Vaulted Ceiling
Ideabooks1,894
Questions5
colour combos with oak and black
colour with the oak floor
“i like the furniture and table locations” — pandashome
My House Design Build Team
8 Reviews
West Van Modern Tranquility
Ideabooks878
Questions3
modern design with dramatic ‘butterfly’ roof. House nestled into narrow, south-sloping lot – sweeping view to English Bay Micro-line ‘Smoked White Oak’ Engineered hardwood plank flooring throughout
modern design with dramatic ‘butterfly’ roof. House nestled into narrow, south-sloping lot – sweeping view to English Bay Micro-line ‘Smoked White Oak’ Engineered hardwood plank flooring throughout
“Lot Narrow House” — sfcarlos
Red Oak Landscaping LLC
Outdoor Living Areas
Ideabooks3,889
Questions3
Red Oak Landscaping LLC
“edging” — lcombsm
Specialized Stair and Rail Ltd.
2 Reviews
Stacked Blocks Style Curved Stair
Ideabooks5,705
Questions3
The designers of this home brought us a real challenge; to build a unsupported curved stair that looks like stacked lumber. We believe this solid oak curved stair meets that challenge. LED lighting adds a modern touch to a rustic project. The widening effect at the bottom of the stair creates a welcoming
of the finishing on our staircases. To the best of our knowledge nothing out of the ordinary has been done to finish this stair. What you see is red oak with a rich brown stain.
“Wood finish” — erivera525
Michelle
frenchflair
Ideabooks7,097
Questions9
I live in the woods ( oaks mostly ) and I have a new flower bed I want to plant this fall; it is in dense shade. The bed only gets dappled light for a short time. The trees are
They are NOT drought tolerant. Oak leaf varieties hate to have wet feet, so a sandier soil is ok.
“White flowers in bed” — Breana Greenwood
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