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Lake Forest Park Renovation
for the floor is used for this shower and what material and color for the shower walls? Thank you.
shower floor is the same limestone that we used for the floor of the main bath area. The walls are are a variegated pattern of glazed tile from Ann Sacks. --Nils Finne, AIA
cabinets. The floor has Pompignan tiles. Nils Finne, AIA
like the wood colour for the bathroom!
windows, light fixtures, skylights, color of wood
Light in bathroomA little too much wood, would like to see more combo of materials but like very much overall. Let nature in but provide
continual floor. Why are not all bathrooms built this way?
forest The wood used looks really good in the room Lots of natural lighting
like cabinets and the way it is off the floor and can put led lights under neath
Studio MM, pllc
floor to ceiling windows
bedroom wood burning stove
Floor to cieling glass
Floor to ceiling windows
hardwood floor...in the woods...Wood stove...wood burning stove...Scary woods...2nd floor office...wood burner stove...Nice wooded view
Siemasko + Verbridge
Eastern Point Vista
Where can this flooring be purchased ? I have been to several flooring business but none have any idea where to find this flooring.
What wood did you use for these pieces?
where the flooring was purchased. It is teak and holly wood flooring.
love the floors with borders, very nautical. ceiling white w horizontal planks for more nautical, stained wood beams
This is my office that is on the first floor to.
Love the wood & great view
What wood is this? So cool
for the floor, treads, and tops; unfortunately i do not know anything specific about the millwork.
concrete flooring is a great idea for the kitchen
light gray concrete floor next to darker hardwood
Woods and use of storage under the stairs
The colors, including concrete floor. Would have lower gloss.
light concrete floor with wood floor
what the flooring is, please? The more detail, the better.
porch floor was done using a clay paver brick. The individual bricks were thin cut by our mason, laid in a bed of thinset mortar, and the grouted using a mortar bag. The color of the brick is ironspot.
Like color scheme. Stamp brick and wood ceiling.
Like front door color, shakes, floor material
Vinci | Hamp Architects
What is the tile used on the floor? Marble?
painted wood cabinet carcass recessed 5 inches into the wall. The glass portions mount to the wood carcass and sit about one inch proud of the tile. there are two medicine cabinets (located to the outside of the lights). The center panel of glass (sandblasted at lights and mirrored in the middle) is
designer, wood worker, glazier, electrician, general contractor -- too many to list, really.
behind the wood panel in the middle. Thanks!
of the wood is flush with the face of the drywall and deparated from it by 5/8"x5/8" reveal.
wall and floor and floating vanity
stone, wood and white. Within the old brick buildings, Vinci | Hamp Architects has crafted something resolutely modern.
Streeter & Associates, Renovation Division
stone and wood countertops, rich walnut and cherry cabinets, and Australian Cypress floors complete this warm and charming mountain-style home. Call today to schedule an informational visit, tour, or portfolio review. BUILDER: Streeter & Associates, Renovation Division - Bob Near ARCHITECT: Jalin Design
cabinets and wood detailing! What wood/finish was used?
The floors are australian cypress with a clear oil based polyurethane.
the layout and the wood floors in the kitchen
Dyanne Wilson Photography
Re-purposing an Attic
Where can find the low table on the floor with the wheels.
room, wood headboatd, black accent wall?
table with floor cushions to create a comfy lounge area — sitting on the floor will make the ceilings seem higher. Likewise, platform beds and low sofas will work better in an attic than full-height beds and bulky couches.