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Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Wagner Residence
containing a main house, guest house, painting studio and sculpture studio. The outbuildings are organized by and contained within a datum of low concrete walls, a tree bosque, hedgerows and a crushed stone sculpture court. The architecture gives way to the landscape and allows visitors to focus on nature
Ok. Mine are solid concrete so they're not going anywhere but the rusted metal ones have a really cool look.
Poured concrete wall may look nice if brick or stone too expensive
Color palate, possible siding for art studio, concrete walls and gravel. Clean and simple.
“Garden” — ur5865
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make architecture
Calle Anita
light wood w/ white and concrete
Tile, concrete, white, simple, modern, birch
Concrete and tiles...concrete floor
“tile” — jasmine530
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
farmhouse. Their bravery paid off with the feature wall becoming the hero of the space, adding a flush of warmth to an otherwise cool industrial space of concrete and white.Paint: Benjamin Moore ‘Raspberry Blush‘
concrete floor, bright wall
concrete floor...polished concrete
“Coral wall” — ksbarton846
Wynand Wilsenach Architects
Still Bay
What kind of flooring is that? Is that stained concrete?
Stained concrete floors
concrete island base: look
concrete floor...concrete floor
“Cooktop” — aurorapirrone
b+g design inc.
9 Reviews
Magnifico Residence
Dream loft feel. Exposed HVAC / concrete
Concrete/ shuttering finish
Rammed concrete walls
polished concrete floor
Concrete walls...concrete walls
“American flag” — Adria Herrera
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1 Review
Pine Street Bedroom Remodel
My office in our shop has a concrete floor, the concrete is perfectly smooth and clean. Would we want/need to use the foam underlay and secondly what would be the best method of securing it? I'm pretty flexible as to options.
your concrete floor is slab on grade. The foam underlayment doesn’t itself need to be secured to the concrete. It will stay put from the weight of the plywood floor on top of it. To attach the plywood to the concrete you have a couple of options. You could screw the plywood floor into the concrete using
“the curtains” — hayleycurrens
Greenbrook Homes
6 Reviews
driveway with narrow strips across concrete
Concrete with the stone
Different cuts in concrete
color of concrete drive way
driveway with concrete and pebbles
Driveway concrete
“The lighting” — ndrico
Thuilot Associates
Oakland Residence
Like the look of the concrete edging as a border
concrete as planter border
Concrete bordered walk
concrete, metal stringer, modern
concrete and stone
“concrete border, gravel interior” — theresa kwilosz
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