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Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Designer Goes Retro
room, kitchen, dining and hall (all connected). I want to put wood in the three bedrooms but not the same light color bamboo that I have in the majority of the house. I am having difficulty finding a complimenting color that isn't too dark or too light and that looks like I just tried to match the bamboo
Where can I find this paneling? Love it,
'knuckles' in the bamboo, but, its actually a 'wood like tile', not bamboo. Amazing product. Many color options. Perf! But. Would it look okay to have two different colored hard floor surfaces in one home? Not to mention the fact it's a bamboo and wood-like-tile combo?! I chose light for the majority
name and color of the wall panels?
Here is a quick pic of the carbonized floor. The dark I'm talking about for bedrooms is the color of the dark spots in this bamboo. Make
“Barn board” — Bradley McCaugherty
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Love this! What type of wood and stain? Thx!
you're right. It looks much more like Emperador Dark.
Walls are typically a veneered wood in a project like this.
Looks like a very nice Emperador Dark to me...
Like the feel but a little too dark with the wood paneling
Kevin likes the wood panels --for his office
Wood paneling: Warm wood walls are iconic. It doesn't matter whether they're original Old-World panels or '70s remakes — I think they're fabulous either way. This dark moody room feels like a library but might double as the TV room.
movies that gave us an inside look at how the elite within the elite live college life. Well-worn leather upholstery, club chairs, brass tacks, dark wood paneling, built-in shelves, Oriental rugs and a roaring fire complete the look of how we imagine an exclusive club or faculty lounge. In other words,
“Book shelves” — najla_q
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Malinard Manor - Stairwell
Not sure what draws me to this one...the dark paneling?
Beautiful tudor style stairway with the nice wood paneling and heavy rails. I like the collection of silver candlesticks too.
fictional school, Hogwarts. The school's set design is largely Gothic, with its candlelit hallways, rich upholstery in dark colors and ecclesiastical design roots.
The dark wood paneling helps, but the table filled with candles is what really brings on the goth. Seance, anyone?
“I love the candle accents” — Ivania Dubón
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Jennifer Hulse Design
Entrance Hall
walls to the right. The hardwood color is the same. I want to change the staircase I was thinking of painting the risers white, leave the step part wood and painting the handrail black. Is that what you have done here?
keep. My dilemma is what to do with the floor??? Right now I have carpet on the steps and the floor...should I just replace the carpet? Change it to wood? or maybe ceramic tile?
your floors are pine, I'd re-carpet the hall floor, as this wood is soft and will scratch easily. If they're oak, you can refinish them. Or, go with carpet. Stay away from broadloom. A simple pattern would be beautiful. Choose a mid-tone or dark color. It will hide the traffic and eliminate the need for
“Entrance” — bora_shop
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Malinard Manor - Billiards Room
This has to be one of the most beautiful libraries I've ever seen, love the wood work.
Love the ceiling and all the wood
Dark wood, raised door panels; ?arched bookcases
dark fireplace with lighter wood bookshelves
the chestnut wood and the dim light
Lots of wood paneling, still looks nice.
Rich woodwork, arched windows and bookcases, intricate ceiling paneling
A dark wood paneled billiard room adds a debonair air to the home's main floor. The wool carpet is one of Cravotta's designs — he also designed the carpeting in the bedrooms and the stairwells. The home's lighting is a hand-picked combination of antique fixtures and Cravotta's own designs. "I went on
“Love the ceiling and all the wood” — honeysock
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
independent inspectors that may ask you to bring the stairs and railing systems up to current codes before they buy. In the above example, tempered glass panels or stainless steel cables could have been used to provide a very similar (though not identical) look without sacrificing safety or risking failing
metal and wood stairs also like this railing
bars bottles on shelves, shiny wood island
Dark...but sexy. I like the dark wood contrast with the simple white paint and metal
metal black staircase, dark wood floors
I like the mixed use of wood and steel.
Family room - dark wood bar countertop with sleek, black cabinets and appliances
Gentlemen, your pad looks awesome with its dark wood paneling and heavy industrial metal finishes. But if you want to show your commitment, bring in some softer touches.
“modern masculine industrial” — Jessica Bibb
Ian Engberg
57th Street Residence
What type of wood cabinets? Where did you get them?
Adding storage. Possibly use rolling doors with art panels.
Dark wall and floor with hints of lighter colours
alcoves, this platform bed is well integrated with the nightstands, but it's most striking for the way the light shines down from the recess. The dark wood panels are a dominating presence, accentuating the zone of light below.
Through the use of dark floors and bedding, along with an accent wall above the bed, this room falls in the in-between category as well. With the help of a glossy floor and wall that reflects light and color, this room is able to avoid any feelings of potential stuffiness.
“Cana” — rgioppo
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
"We removed the dark wood paneling when we moved in and painted everything," says Katherine. The modular sofa is a reupholstered find from eBay.Wall paint: High Speed Steel, Valspar; throw pillows: Target
Panel wall
“Colors” — Holly Anne Ortwein
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