637,379 Wood frame Home Design Photos

Just Joh
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Wood paneling, white ceiling, shelves, leather
Rich texture of wood and fireplace!
Love the fireplace, wood is a little too bombay though
This shows a marble mantel in a wood paneled wall. The shape of the other fireplace surrounds is more appropriate.
TV room-dark marble contrast with wood
appropriate order in a room that exudes an intricacy of surface detail and a richness of finish.More: When a Column Doesn't Look Like a ColumnArches Frame Welcoming Spaces
“Office” — jtgagel
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Catherine Boardman Interiors
1 Review
Catherine Boardman
Ideabooks2,977
Questions10
Is these windows wood or fiberglass?
LOVE the black window frames or charcoal
Textures, windows, mix of warm wood
Coffee tables. Could this work? Also like the fabricked bar stools. Not sure if it's better to do fabric for comfort or wood to bring in something more natural looking.
black trim on black window frames
“Black architraves.” — Mairi Kerwin
Kaufman Segal Design
10 Reviews
East Lakeview Residence
Ideabooks2,555
Questions1
Normally in construction, drywall is installed and then the trim is installed. The wood flooring is installed to the edge of the drywall and then the trim (baseboard) hides the gaps between the wall and the floor. This process allows for a higher margin of error as the seams (connection of walls and
drywall was partially installed to roughly 24" above the floor and 12" around the openings (leaving room around the floor and the cased openings). The wood floor was installed to the studs and then trim was installed flush with the drywall. After the trim was installed, the drywall was installed to fill
the base, carrying that through around the windows and the same around the doors. How is that done? Is the baseboard flush with the drywall and the wood floor under the drywall? Then around the windows and doors (not shown in this picture but others) how is that done?
“Niches” — vmoorefield
threshold interiors
3 Reviews
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks2,188
Questions7
Add mirrors to the window frames for added light
with warm painted frame and cool colors for our kitchen
window frame mirrors for nook
wire frame chandelier
window frames...Wood color floors...table wood color...Floor wood...wood floor
“Chairs, table, mirrors” — mullmann
Satterwhite Log Homes
1 Review
Broken Bow, OK
Ideabooks1,301
Questions4
Where did you get that bed frame? it's gorgeous!
Lots of wood in one room
Another of very few w wood
I love the headboards and baseboard designs as well as the wood walls.
log home timber frame
Bed frame...pretty bed frame...wood ceiling...wood floor...wood trim
“Bed” — drjudy
Chris Wilhite Design
4 Reviews
Timmons Condo
Ideabooks2,975
Questions5
Hello! Thanks! I made the shelves using a combination of plywood, solid wood, and stainless steel cable.
these colors for 2nd bedroom. note the frames
Minimalist desk with wood and metal
nice balance of gray tones and woods
Wall color with white trim and wood floor.
like the idea of matching but different texture of white frames
“tensors-floor to ceiling steel cables” — Diane van der Zanden
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Zero Energy House
Ideabooks3,275
Questions0
dark metal with wood and glass.
Beautiful and Interesting twist on glass using the back metal surround, as a frame.
Nice concept by too many elements. Should all be in beech maple wood with the glass
Fer forge and wood and vitre
ellen, i know we are doing wood but can they look blocky like this?
White exposure on side, wood stair
“Railing” — Steph Hilton
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
LG House - Kitchen
Ideabooks63,279
Questions103
Can I add tempered glass to the from of my refrigerator instead of wood?
I have an older Amana that had a wood front panel to match my cupboards. I've done a bit of an update and would like to use glass instead of the wood on the panel-ready front. Any thoughts or suggestions?
like it has a built-in look. We are looking at ways to get one (24in width) so far we can see that we can fit it inside a tall akurum High cabinet frame(http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/84381110/#/94381510) and cut the front doors to size from abstrackt high gloss white (http://www.ikea.co
I have read a few places that the white frame of the cabinets will possibly peek through the sides of the abstrakt high gloss grey doors. Did you put strips on the white edging of the cabinets
“Kitchen cabinets” — stevehilton
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