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Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
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Balsam Mountain Rustic Elegance
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and "Weatherplank" reclaimed barnwood used as a ceiling make this the perfect outdoor living area. Reclaimed and natural materials supplied by Appalachian Antique Hardwoods. Morgan-Keefe Builders. Photo by J. Weiland. Home design by MossCreek.
Hello and thanks for your question and your interest! Appalachian Antique Hardwoods was the provider of the railing system for this outdoor space. We refer to the product as "RusticRails" and we can either provide the materials to construct such rails, or fabricate them in our facility for installation
contractor for this home, and they may know the exact color description you asked about. Hope this helps and thanks again for your interest in Appalachian Antique Hardwoods!
“Railing” — kotieo
Coronado Stone Products
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Award Winning Pool Featuring Appalachian Field Stone Siding - Coronado Stone
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Award Winning Pool Featuring Appalachian Field Stone Siding - Coronado Stone
This award winning pool design is accented with Coronado’s Appalachian Field stone siding. This unique stone siding replicates natural stone veneer that is native to the Eastern United States. It’s rocky textures and rich colors create a distinctive stone veneer look that works well in rustic environments
Hello Deann, The manufactured stone used on the bridge and fireplace is Coronado Stone's Appalachian Fieldstone - Color: Bourbon. http://www.houzz.com/photos/4323291/Coronado-Appalachian-Fieldstone-Veneer---Color--Bourbon---Stone-Veneer-mediterranean-products
“Local pool” — dmbeckster
Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
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Balsam Mountain Rustic Elegance
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beams, and "Rustic Rails" natural twig railing all help set the tone for this relaxing and rustic home. Reclaimed and Natural Materials supplied by Appalachian Antique Hardwoods. Morgan-Keefe Builders. Photo by E. Loveland. Home design by MossCreek
You can contact MossCreek /Allen Halcomb at 800.737.2166 / www.mosscreek.net . They are the designers of this home. Thanks for visiting! Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
“cabana” — pattymarroquin
Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
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Reclaimed and Rustic Materials Make A Cabin Cozy
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Natural, and Rustic materials supplied by Appalachian Antique Hardwoods are featured in this beautiful bathroom. Weatherplank Faded White Barnwood, Pioneer Oak Flooring, reclaimed wood window trim, and VintageCraft cabinets which were custom built by Appalachian Antique Hardwoods all work together to create
“Gorgeous” — bethannzapf
Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
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Lakeside Lodge
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Tennessee Fieldstone echo the look of the rest of the home and bring a touch of nature to the space. Reclaimed and natural materials supplied by Appalachian Antique Hardwoods. Photo by Erwin Loveland. Builder Timber Ridge Homes, GA. Millwork and custom seating M C Cabinets, GA. Home design my MossCreek
Chastain of MC Cabinet in Georgia. He can be reached at 706-455-4092. Hope this helps and we appreciate you viewing our project! Erwin Loveland/Appalachian Antique Hardwoods www.aahardwoods.com
“Love love the home theater idea (black leather) (darker wood beams)” — Sam Brand
Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
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Lakeside Lodge
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Nothing is more welcoming than a large covered porch. This one features "Vintage Craft" reclaimed beams and timbers from Appalachian Antique Hardwoods, as well as dry-stacked Tennessee fieldstone accents and elements. Photo by Erwin Loveland. Builder Timber Ridge Homes, GA. Home design by MossCreek.
“Deck/hardscape” — kelleye
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Antique Beam Sawn Oak
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Appalachian wood floor
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Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
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Lakeside Lodge
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quarter-sawn oak flooring is kid-tough yet elegant. And "Corduroy Pine" paneling frames numerous windows. Reclaimed and natural materials supplied by Appalachian Antique Hardwoods. Photo by Erwin Loveland. Builder TImber Ridge Homes, GA. Home design by MossCreek.
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“All1 room” — Jason Moxness
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