9,457 brown fiber shades Home Design Photos

DeForest Architects
9 Reviews
zipper house
Ideabooks21,210
Questions12
have light taupe, mid tone taupe and dark bronze (which looks like dark brown) more than a metallic tone bronze.
used to paint this Hardie board? I'm having a tough time finding the right shade of gray to paint ours. Samples are either looking too blue or too sterile
Hello, house looks great. What are the 1x2 battens? Wood or is it a fiber cement product also? Thanks
More variation in fiber cement panels: vertical board and batten in the foreground (note the way the front door matches), and larger rectangular panels
“colors” — toddsharon
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Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Traditional Bedroom
Ideabooks6,010
Questions11
I painted my bedroom dark chocolate brown this week end and need curtains that are white, bur want a neat straight
ceil­ing and wain­scot­ing and large nat­u­ral-fiber rug lighten up the space con­sid­er­ably. A touch of red trim
White, natural fibers and a bit of red. Deepest, darkest plum can actually look almost like black
up with white. Here the white ceiling and wainscoting and large natural-fiber rug lighten up the space considerably. A touch of red trim on the bedding
Whether it be the deepest chocolate brown (as I suspect it might be here) or real-deal black, a white ceiling, wainscoting and linens work to keep the
Love the rich brown and whole design!
“Everything!!” — mdraghetti
CAST architecture
15 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
Ideabooks1,523
Questions4
the kitchen, made from mild steel mounted on integrally colored fiber cement. That fiber cement is also exposed elsewhere in the interior, continuing the
"mild steel" paneling behind the kitchen is mounted on exposed fiber cement - which is also exposed in other areas - durable and low maintenance
behind the kitchen is made from mild steel mounted on integrally colored fiber cement
paneling behind the kitchen, made from mild steel mounted on integrally colored fiber cement.
the kitchen, made from mild steel mounted on integrally colored fiber cement. That fiber cement is also exposed elsewhere in the interior, continuing the
“Faucet” — Dean Lamoureux
Kenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
1 Review
Green House - 1152 - South Main Colorado
Ideabooks3,113
Questions8
Hi, Did you use Pvc, wood, or fiber-cement trim? How did you make the drip cap on the skirtboard? Thank you
its hard when you are dealing with that much space and picking the right shade of green. Thank you Allie
If I recall correctly, most of the trim (and siding) is fiber cement. The porch columns/railings, etc.. are wood. The Rafters are wood. One special
special consideration I would mention is that when using fiber cement.., I highly recommend using the "smooth" face option. Most manufacturers off the "wood
and if you actually look at "real" wood siding or trim.., it's flat... So fiber cement can be nice and "authentic" in appearance.., but only if you avoid
different shades of paint on bottom than top, brown windows
“exterior” — elgeneskie
Eclectic Living Room
Ideabooks3,078
Questions6
Lamp shade should be two thirds size of stand. Shape of shade should mimicbase.
The following tips will help you choose the shade that's right
thought did you give to the shade? The right lampshade can transform a humdrum base into something exquisite, while the wrong shade can make even the most stunning
Height As a rule of thumb, choose a shade that's two-thirds the height of the base. That proportion assures that the
HeightAs a rule of thumb, choose a shade that's two-thirds the height of the base. That proportion assures that the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy
heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose any of the hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).
“Pillow fabric” — sholmesdesigns
Urban Improvement Company
4 Reviews
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
Ideabooks843
Questions2
I have talked to two different fiber cement companies and neither have RED panels. CBF and American Fiber Cement. Please let me know where these
lasts longer on fiber cement panels than on wood.See more fiber cement panel photosMore:Fiber Cement Siding Takes a Front Seat
fibre cement panels, shape and use of two colours (although red isn't ideal for
“Deck cover” — Libby's Restoration + Design Co.
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Lighthouse 65
Ideabooks814
Questions2
Thank you. These are fibre cement boards, no treatment has taken place.
shelf and tv. simple and clean. cement fiber board is interesting.
The fiber cement walls! Too much white in the rest
staircase curling down the concrete enclosure adds further texture and deeper shades of grey to the otherwise pure white scheme.
These are fibre cement board panels.
“These are fibre cement board panels.” — Jason
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks30,414
Questions31
soft coral, contrasting with various wood tones in the armoire, table and shades. It is all tied together by keeping the chair covers and rug light in color
Hi Lorriane, I know you answered the question about the shades however I am in search of shades for my shingle style home and I am at a loss. All magazines
fabric for a large roman shade in my living room, but know that it is 100% linen. Are their any issues with wrinkling? I want the shade to look clean and neat
What color of shades are these and also what brand?
I am trying to decorate guest room; the room is painted lighter shade than the soft coral in this image. I have bought white furniture for this
used linen on the chairs and the stationary drapery panels with natural fiber shades. Wrinkling is the only issue with linen. If you have your heart set on
“its warmth n inviting vibe” — dinamlatham
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