114,906 Tropical Hardwood Home Design Photos

Sustainable Kitchens
2 Reviews
A traditional country kitchen in stunning barn conversion
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(Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) oak. ‘We never use tropical hardwoods,’ says Sam, ‘and we also use nice organic products to finish our designs
for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC). “We never use tropical hardwoods,” says Shaw, “and we also use nice organic products to finish our
“Walls” — hollyandsean
Amanda Giles Interiors
3 Reviews
Glenborough Drive
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Chair Details: The wide, slanted seats on this pair of cheerful tropical-hardwood Adirondacks allow plenty of room to lounge or curl up with a book.
Details: The wide, slanted seats on this pair of cheerful tropical-hardwood Adirondacks allow plenty of room to lounge or curl up with a book.
Adirondack ChairDetails: The wide, slanted seats on this pair of cheerful tropical-hardwood Adirondacks allow plenty of room to lounge or curl up with a book.Why
“Pic” — cgraves618
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandbar Residence
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natural resistance to decay. I’ve supplemented the list with a few tropical hardwoods, as they’re often even more well suited to resisting decay, given
quickly. And many of the highly desired decay-resistant woods are tropical hardwoods whose forests face environmentally devastating harvesting practices
“.” — samzenger
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Teplin
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substructure is pressure treated wood and the top is Ipe' hardwood.
That is Ipe' hardwood, but you can achieve a similar look with stained redwood.
Stewardship Council (FSC) are available.Various woods, especially the tropical hardwoods, like teak and ipe, come in and go out of fashion in the building
available products that use this beautiful wood. Ipe is sourced from the tropical tree genus Tabebuia, also known as Trumpet Tree in South Florida. It is
“Bench” — abe9400
Meditch Murphey Architects
1 Review
Trees on the Roof
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Accoya wood, a resilient, low-maintenance hardwood that’s a sustainable and renewable alternative to tropical hardwoods.
“Steel border” — adrienneduff
Estes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Field House
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natural resistance to decay. I’ve supplemented the list with a few tropical hardwoods, as they’re often even more well suited to resisting decay, given
“brick and metal” — lehman
Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
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Ipe Pros: This very dense tropical hardwood has become popular in recent years as a longer-lasting alternative
Ipe *oh so beautiful but non (long) renewable Pros: This very dense tropical hardwood has become popular in recent years as a longer-lasting alternative
Pros: This very dense tropical hardwood has become popular in recent years as a longer-lasting alternative
IPE WOOD Pros: This very dense tropical hardwood has become popular in recent years as a longer-lasting alternative
IpePros: This very dense tropical hardwood has become popular in recent years as a longer-lasting alternative to commonly available woods. Ipe can be
“Ipe” — ggtgirl
Fine Decks Inc
22 Reviews
Davidsonville Radius deck
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dense hardwoods. Composite decking manufacturers now offer not only different colors, but also textures and even copies of grain patterns of tropical hardwoods
dense hardwoods. Composite decking manufacturers now offer not only different colors, but also textures and even copies of grain patterns of tropical hardwoods
“From previous photo” — dunnrun
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