573,053 drift wood Home Design Photos

Duffy Design Group
3 Reviews
York Harbor Maine
Chandelier w wood on top
Lighting with drift wood
Light with drift wood
“Lamp” — xxk431
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Interiors by Erik R Galiana
4 Reviews
Cape Town Residence
Drift wood table base
awesome drift wood table
wood floors
“Coffee table” — artsyone
Landscapes by Dallas Foster, Inc
How the.stream emerges from the bush. Also the drift wood.
drift wood
“Waterfalls” — vrodekirk
Molly Frey Design
6 Reviews
Living Room
Love the mantle. Can you tell me about the wood and where I could find a similar piece?
Drift wood mantel! Yes please☺
brick and wood mantle
Wood beam as mantle.
White, and wood beams
Mantle drift wood...beach wood mantle...drift wood mantle
“fireplace” — humarockbeachouse
Lightlink Lighting
8 Reviews
Spirit House Studio
wood with rebar stand as "Yard Art"
idea for my drift wood...
rebar with drift wood
found drift wood/rebar
“driftwood on rebar” — rosebraun
Bob Greenspan Photography
11 Reviews
Rocky Mountain Retreat
Could you tell me where I can find that weathered wood?
I like the weathered wood on the exterior of the house and I was wondering what the company is that produces it and how I can find them?
I love the wood and the colors!
Love the color next to the wood
Trim color with weathered wood contrast
will instantly stand out in a sea of bare trees and white drifts.
Red on exteriors. Red has a long history as an exterior color. Think of red barns, red doors and red temples. A bright, clear red trim can look splendid against weathered wood siding or shingles, or make a bold statement on a white house
“Red doors on wood” — Laurie Fisher
Wellbuilt Company
Highline Loft
What kind of stain did you use on the wood wall?
Can you tell the staining process you used on the wood wal. I'm trying to do something similar with reclaimed wood. I would appreciate you help
Hey Guys! Judging from your blog photo set, it appears that you stained / treated that reclaimed wood with something. Can you let me know the process you used for that? Also, if you don't mind, was it planed to thickness and what was the reasoning behind using the asphalt underlayment behind it? Just
Warm tones to barn wood wall I/o cool greys
the used wood on the wall, the doableness of it
I love that old wood look
“wood wall2” — pastorholly
Madson Design
6 Reviews
New kitchen
Where do you get wood slabs like the one on the island? Very interesting. LOVE IT!
what is the natural wood sealed with? is it safe for food prep?
What kind of wood is this?
the maintenance on this wood island? Does it need to be resealed regularly?
The slab for this Island was produced by Charles Pyle at Woodchuck.com. You can email Chuck at WC@charlesPyle.com or go to his website at CharlesPyle.com. This particular slab and much of the wood in his lumber yard is from
'one of a kind' Chuck is an excellent starting point. Here is another slab out of 3" thick curly redwood Chuck produced in conjunction with Santa Cruz Wood.
Here's a Houzz article on that very topic! http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/37284/list/Waterlox-Rocks-on-Wood-Countertops
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