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Bedford, NH Farmhouse Kitchen
type of flooring/ wood is this? It's beautiful!
How did you refinish the wide plank floors?
I have similar reclaimed pine floors that
Where do you get floors like this? It says they are cheaper . are they
Would you recommend this flooring in a rustic timber frame house?
that are too fragile for a commercial sander, and I cannot find a local floor refinished that knows how to restore.
We manufacture reclaimed antique pine rustic floors & ship daily to the west coast. Our prices are very comparable to new solid plank flooring. Our rustic pine floors start around $6.00 - $7.00 per/sq ft. We also provide samples at no cost. ...
130 yrs old and the planks have 1/4 to 1/2 inch spaces between how do I fill them?
The Virginia House
White & Green Cottage Kitchen
Very cute old floor cabinets and shabby chic table in white
Shy Rabbit Farm
stove? Is it flush with the floor?
What stain was used on the floor?
Beautiful floors! Do you know what color stain
stain was used on the floor or were the floors just oiled?
Beautiful floors! Please can you tell me about them?
of these floors are sawn from the beams of old factories and warehouses. The lengths and widths are from the old world long leaf pine. It had much more resin and was more dense than today's common yellow pine. Let me know if you have any further wide plank flooring questions. I would be happy to craft
post is old so you're probably finished with your kitchen.
a lot of people are using slate or concrete tiles to protect the floor under their stove.
Those are amazing! They look like wide plank reclaimed heart pine floors. Many of
1512 Dolphin Terrace
type of floor and colour would this be?
I have 30 year old oak floors. If I sand them down, is there a product to get this finish? Thank you
What color and brand of hardwood floor is that?
where can i buy this type of floor?
it is so beautiful. I have checked with Sherwin Williams on the "Old Quaker" color after seeing it in a previous post and they say it doesn't exist. Are all the baseboards the same color as well? The ceiling really looks two-toned...very deceiving. Thank you.
is there any way that i can get the floor plan. :/ I would really appreciate it because this is like a dream house to me :)
Love the flooring! Brand and color please?
What is the flooring shown in the living room?
You could lime the floors to get this look.
Eclectic Farm House
love the floor. What is it?
How old is this table? I have one without the leafs and castors. Thanks!
Where can I get a dog like this? I feel like it accompanies the room very well, but I cannot find it anywhere
kitchen use because they get sat on every day. I have way too many old chairs that need gluing and may fall apart if someone sits on them!
Table came out of an apt building in New Jersey - it is typical oak veneer and nothing fancy. I is very worn and probably needs to be replaced but I can't do it! You
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The floor is absolutely perfect the way it is. love the patina and the aged look
Just finding this ? sorry. No idea how old - I'm thinking 1920s. It does have wheels. The top if veneer in bad shape. The leaves are not veneered.
what is the floor made of ?
Just wondering where this chandelier came from. It is very nice.
unannounced! Hello DSA Architects, yes I do agree with you this is what you call a faux Jerusalem Stone. It is not real old so they hyper antiqued it and wobbled the surface so it can look old. The real Antique Biblical Stone or Jerusalem Stone has much less red colors and is worn on the surface but is barely
It's Jerusalem limestone. About $50/sf. Very textured, rough, and uneven. It's nearly 2 1/2" thick and difficult to walk on. It wouldn't have been my choice, but they loved it.
I wish I could help you but the homeowner picked it out at some obscure stone yard. I would NOT use it for flooring like they did. It's like walking on the cobblestones in europe, Not recommended.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
of beautiful dishes, and lightening up the color palette we were able to create a rather miraculous transformation. The wide plank salvaged pine floors, the antique french dining table, as well as the Galbraith & Paul drum pendant and the salvaged antique glass monopoint track pendants all help to
Is there a floor plan - how does it relate to the dining/living areas?
is the stain color on the floor?
Where is the wood floor from?
Same design; Just like the one on the floor.
Where can find the same sink? It's similar to the one in my grandparents old farmhouse, I love it!
What type of flooring (wood, finish, dimensions) is used in this kitchen?
Sorry, no floor plan is available. You see the dining table to the left and the living room is beyond to the left - through the thick zoned cased opening. This is where the old cape connects with the old ell.
Lucid Interior Design Inc.
Trash or Treasure
I have an old oak desk that I could use but it is 33 inches deep. That seems too deep.
It is an old oak desk used as a vanity. The counter top is varnished oak. The sink is from Kohler.
splashes onto the floor and allow easy access to the water.
i just love the idea of re-purposing old things
Old desk turned into a sink. Interesting.
Interesting...an old tanker desk turned into a vanity. Kind of cool and masculine. Very industrial looking which
use an old desk as a vanity.
inches from the front edge will prevent splashes onto the floor and allow easy access to the water.
I love these old desks but are just too big for modern use. this is a great
This truly inventive vanity is created from an old desk. The drawers make perfect storage for toiletries and necessities.