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Clawson Architects, LLC
Award Winning Stair Hall and Entry Foyer
thank you getting back to me, my project was completed in June 2013 I ended up using BM light pewter for walls, wainscoting and trim are BM white dove, floors are a rich deep brown with a tint of grey, the entry came out amazing. ( I also installed custom double front
Hill Custom Homes
Did you tile the opposite wall (not pictured) with the tile wainscoting?
Lucy Interior Design
ASID: First Place, Entire Residence, 2010 Design and furnishings by Lucy Interior Design; Architect: SALA Architects - Eric Odor; Contractor: McNulty Homes; Photo Stylist: David Anger; Photographer: Susan Gilmore www.lucyinteriordesign.com - 612.339.2225
Where is the subway tile wainscoting on the walls from?
Julie Williams Design
House in Sonoma
What is great about this space is the natural light that comes through the windows. And, stone on a full wall might feel dark; this room has a white wainscot, trim and cabinetry that helps to lighten things up.
Fine Design Living
This basement was completed by Fine Design Living. All framing, drywall, lighting, carpet, wainscoting, custom wall units and built in surround sound system completed by Fine Design Living. ... Markham, Unionville, Toronto, Forest Hill, Rosedale, Ontario
Does the wainscoting go behind the cabinet or does it end at the cabinet? Are there tall speakers built into the cabinet somewhere? I love the design. Is there also wainscoting going up the stairwell?
Thank you for your question Eileen. The wainscotting ends against the custom wall unit. The speakers are built in the ceiling in order to provide a cleaner look. I hope I was able to answer your questions. Have a great day.
Fishers Master Bath
Just a quick question. In your professional opinion, will wainscoting (sp?) hold up ok in a bathroom. I just love it in the design it my husband seems to think it could ruin because of moisture? Any insight or advice
Yes, as long as it is not in the shower, or somewhere else where it will be getting direct moisture contact. I would tend to recommend painted wainscoting in a bathroom, in general, and to make sure you use a semi-gloss or gloss paint, as this will stand up to the moisture in the air and to cleaning
you are regular in turning it on and off when you are taking hot showers and a little while after, you could get by with a standard switch. The wainscoting above is of the type that the main back is drywall, with wood trim cut and installed to create the panels, with final painting. As a side note,
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