176,125 contemporary wood burning.asp Home Design Photos

Alex Amend Photography
Bayo Vista
Ideabooks7,336
Questions7
Piece of wood for Lucas room big enough to do homework
like the reclaimed wood bar top
White walls, wood desk, tolix chairs
love the idea of a pretty piece of wood as breakfast bar
Love use of white base with reclaimed wood. and
g design feature. Like the slim natural wood
kitchen and living space.AA: Why did you choose to use a raw wood slab instead of a more conventional bar?SA: I've got a funny fixation with driftwood and raw wood. You'll notice it everywhere around the house. I love the idea of mixing contemporary and traditional with completely organic. I suppose I like
this half-wall could easily have languished as wasted space. Thankfully, someone saw an opportunity and put it to work with a simple bracketed strip of wood that creates the perfect spot for perching with coffee or cocktails.
“Bar stool” — rparritz
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks3,469
Questions8
What kind of wood is the bar made of?
We made slab wood like this too www . BaliWoodSlab . Com
The wood was made from a slab of black walnut
unusual combination wood and light glass
the wood slab for the raised counter of the bar in the basement
love the wood love the stone flloor
like the wood countertop
Wood bar. Too much ?
Slate floor & wood bar
lighting and wood bar
Wood countertop, windows
Contemporary Kitchen
contemporary lighting
Wood slab counter...Love the wood...wood instead...Drift wood...wood bar...natural wood bar...medium wood
“The lighting and the access to outdoor deck or balcony from kitchen” — bernise_1
A Parallel Architecture
Barton Hills Residence
Ideabooks837
Questions1
if i wanted a wood ceiling - could I put a high grade laminate that
Love the natural wood roof contrast w/ subway tile
What: A contemporary white bathroom with a warm wood ceilingLocation: Barton Hills neighborhood of Austin, TexasUploaded to Houzz: April 29, 2014Pulling off wood in a bathroom is somewhat tricky. With all the water kicked around during baths and showers, mold and rot are fears — which is unfortunate
, because wood is a great way to warm up a white color scheme, chosen by many homeowners for its clean and sterile look. Architect Eric Barth solved this dilemma with the one thing that can ease moisture concerns: lots of ventilation. For this contemporary Austin bathroom completed in November 2013,
“love the bathtub for guest bath” — sandyfurano
David Giral Photography
3 Reviews
Modular Home in the Laurentians - IME Habitat
Ideabooks489
Questions1
unique combination of exotic woods with contemporary floor and white cabinets and walls
cool wood on island and look at nice wood treatment on fireplace
like wood pattern for my willwork
love island and fireplace. Too close though for wood variations
A perfect example of selecting a few ways to add black architectural lines to a neutral base with warm woods.
Wood look is pretty cool - would be neat with reclaimed wood.
“Couleur îlot” — h2bernache
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
In-home spa with soaking tub and daybed
Ideabooks1,600
Questions5
excess, just the necessary components to create an inviting and comfortable environment to promote relaxation and well-being. Simple, clean, and contemporary, the Retreat is a place to unwind, take a nap, read, meditate – whichever your favorite way to relieve stress – indoors. Photography by Geoffrey
Beautiful tub enclosures! What type of wood is it?
The Kohler tub was inserted in wood framing and enclosed in the FSC cedar, which had also been used on the exterior of the house. The "slab" top was made from wide planks of the material. The installation was completed according to the manufacturer's specifications.
and the similar wall paneling is made of cedar. Because of the eco-friendly theme of this project, we chose cedar because it is a very sustainable wood.
“Surround” — loflash
Wakako Tokunaga Architecture
4 Reviews
Not-So-Bungalow House
Ideabooks2,040
Questions1
wood paneling rustic contrast to more contemporary
Wood panelled feature behind stairs with display shelves
maybe make wall behind front staircase a wood wall
Steel staircase. Re claimed wood wall.
Wood accent wall and island (different stain) + waxed concrete floors
The addition contains the dining room, Maeno’s art studio (beyond the reclaimed wall), a kitchen to the right and bedrooms above that. Tokunaga reused wood left over from the demolition of the former addition throughout the house. “It’s Douglas fir that’s darkened over the years,” she says. “It’s pretty
layers of time,” Tokunaga says. “I didn’t want the new addition to look like the original, but I needed something to tie the layers together. So the warm wood makes that cohesive connection.”
“Table” — broershome
David Johnston Architects
3 Reviews
Fox Run 13
Ideabooks6,628
Questions11
Light - Niche Modern Contemporary Lighting
What type of wood is the bar comprised of?
Can you tell me wood and stain on these cabinets?
looking for that exact piece of wood, where can you get one like that?
What is the width of the wood bar? Thank you.
Love wood idea for countertop for dry bar
Love the different texture for the wood countertop.
wood propped up piece for bar
the wood, but not wide or round enough
stone/poured concrete and wood bar - modern - cool!
the butcher block and mix of stone and wood - industrial look
“Interesting idea to use butcher block. Looks like there is an opening under the bar such that things” — sallyswade
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Living and Dining
Ideabooks3,080
Questions6
Love the flooring! What kind of wood is it?
Thank you for your question. This is "Red Birch" wood flooring.
To protect against pine’s tendency to yellow or darken over time, the architects lightly whitewashed, or “pickled,” the wood.
mixed wood colors - beams, floor, walls
Whitewashed walls with raw wood trim.
To protect against pine’s tendency to yellow or darken over time, the architects lightly whitewashed, or “pickled,” the wood.
To protect against pine’s tendency to yellow or darken over time, the architects lightly whitewashed, or “pickled,” the wood.
“Cheap version of trusses” — schmi1na
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