108,579 Tropical Hardwood Home Design Photos

Glenborough DriveAmanda Giles Interiors
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
Sandbar ResidenceUnion Studio, Architecture & Community Design
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
TeplinHuettl Landscape Architecture
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
Trees on the RoofMeditch Murphey Architects
Accoya wood, a resilient, low-maintenance hardwood that’s a sustainable and renewable alternative to tropical hardwoods.
Field HouseEstes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
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
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
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
DecksVentana Construction LLC
Tigerwood, Lacewood, Cumaru, Garapa Gold Etc. A wide variety of other tropical hardwoods is also available, with a range of cost, durability and performance
Tigerwood, Lacewood, Cumaru, Garapa Gold Etc.A wide variety of other tropical hardwoods is also available, with a range of cost, durability and performance
Baulinder HausHufft Projects
exterior is vertical shiplap siding milled from FSC-certified machiche, a tropical hardwood. Hufft says this wood was chosen “for its density, durability and warmth
exterior is vertical shiplap siding milled from FSC-certified machiche, a tropical hardwood. Hufft says this wood was chosen “for its density, durability and warmth
Hawaii 1Norelco Cabinets Ltd
just different tropical sophisticated looks for your room
Darker ceiling with lighter floor- all hardwood
Tropical hardwoods...Tropical bedroom...Gorgeous tropical master bedroom
Lot 9Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
Vegetação tropical com costelas de Adão
entry to home, boardwalk over water sets tropical feel
A long, boardwalklike entry flanked by water sets a tropical mood as you enter the home. You don't even need to do a lot of landscaping; water plants and
Tropical hardwood decking...tropical al rededor,
Hawaiian Cottage StyleFine Design Interiors, Inc
cabinets look like tropical hardwoods
tropical decor...Tropical element= glass front cabinets
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