5,302 douglas fir timbers Home Design Photos

Streamline Design Ltd. - Kevin Simoes
3 Reviews
Davis Bay
Ideabooks1,843
Questions5
Douglas fir timber frame made without the wood's heart. Simoes explains that because wood shrinks and expands, you don't want to work with the heart, or center
like the natural floor, timbers and stairs
posts are Douglas fir timbers. A floating staircase leading to the loft level is also Douglas fir and has a steel and cable railing. A similar railing leads to the lower level, which contains two bedrooms, a rec room, a wine room and a media room.
The beams and posts are Douglas fir timber. A floating
floating staircase leading to the loft level is also Douglas fir and has a steel and cable banister. A similar banister leads to the lower level, which contains two bedrooms, a recreational room, a wine room and a media room.
“Concrete” — esebombero
Streamline Design Ltd. - Kevin Simoes
3 Reviews
Davis Bay
Ideabooks3,039
Questions5
Such great detail with an all timber frame home
the right.The exterior is Douglas fir timber frame made without the wood's heart. Simoes explains that because wood shrinks and expands, you don't want to work with the heart, or center pith, of the wood. Nonheart wood is less likely to expand, contract or twist over time.Timber frame: West Coast Log Homes
right. The exterior is Douglas fir timber frame made without the wood’s heart. Simoes explains that because wood shrinks and expands, you don’t want to work with the heart, or centre pith, of the wood. Non-heart wood is less likely to expand, contract or twist over time.Timber frame: West Coast Log Homes
“Windows” — Francois LeBlanc
PAD studio
New Forest House
Ideabooks29
Questions0
Concrete wall with Douglas fir imprint
Douglas fir timber was used to create the concrete spine wall, leaving a wonderfully textured imprint once it was removed. ‘The timber used for this kind of wall is usually sent to landfill, but that was out of the question given the sustainable nature of the
Douglas fir timber was used to create the concrete spine wall, leaving a wonderfully textured imprint once it was removed. ‘The timber used for this kind of wall is usually sent to landfill, but that was out of the question given the sustainable nature of the build,’ explains Darren. After much consideration
“Concrete wall with Douglas fir imprint” — cmh57
Northern Virginia Contractor
TrueBuilt is a residential and commercial contractor offering construction and design services in the Northern VA and DC Metro area.
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Baylis Architects
Pronghorn Residence
Ideabooks275
Questions2
Can you tell me the stain that was used for the timbers?
The beams and columns are Douglas Fir and the stain is a semi-transparent stain in a custom color especially blended for this project. This is typically how we develop final colors. We start with a standard color brushed on the wood and then make any adjustments required to achieve the exact color
“Downstairs patio” — pattyborst52
Bonin Architects & Associates
7 Reviews
Timber Frame Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks292
Questions0
Panoramic views from this timber frame farm house and barn in Vermont. Architectural design by Bonin Architects & Associates. Photography by John W. Hession
Timber frame and barn on hill
Timber Frame Vermont Farm House
custom timber frame home
douglas fir timber frame
timber frame architect
timber frame...timber frame...timber posts
“house on a hill” — akennell6
Baylis Architects
Pronghorn Residence
Ideabooks375
Questions1
Great mix of steel, timber stone and glass
Like stone and timber and elevation
Douglas fir timber trusses
timber frame...Timber Trusses
“Kathy & Gordon” — lynnhergenreder
Cushman Design Group
4 Reviews
Grandview Farm
Ideabooks21,963
Questions15
Who was the timber frame subcontractor?
Timber structure, stone fire place & chimney breast, copper feature light
Barn timbers...douglas fir timbers...timber frame
“Fireplace” — chasraleigh
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
1 Review
Vermont Mountain House Kitchen
Ideabooks131
Questions1
douglas fir timbers
douglas fir ceiling
“like drying area by sink” — djbaker2
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