211,258 drywalled fireplace Home Design Photos

Studio Ectypos
4 Reviews
The Thicket
Ideabooks348
Questions1
drywall return with "shelf" trim on bottom
? just showing window ledge in drywall returned windows
fireplace tile idea when new floors put in
Woodstove into drywall
drywall return
“Interior black windows” — Jenny Thomes
Denilson Machado - MCA Estudio
Guilherme Torres House
Ideabooks1,526
Questions5
The interior walls were covered with drywall. Some parts were painted white; others received a coating that resembles cement texture.
Drywall coating that resembles texture of concrete
Drywall finish on gray wall - like the plaster look.
The interior walls were covered with drywall. Some parts were painted white; others received a coating that resembles cement texture. The black dining table is an original design by Studio Torres.
“interesting style” — ruthie12
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
MEDIA ROOM
Ideabooks1,563
Questions0
Bookshelf in drywall. Notice how the shelves come out just a bit.
We could build a drywall divider so that the shelves are split
interesting done with drywall
Drywall shelves
“Den shelves drawers 7” — jbgoldfarb
solarhomestead.appstate.edu
Passive Cooling
Ideabooks224
Questions1
I want to remove some drywalls off interior wood frame like in the staircase and between kitchen and living room but I am worried about exposing studs and related fire hazard. Is there any rules regulating if/how wood frame should be finished? Thanks!
While you could remove the drywall from the walls without concern about fire hazard (except in a garage), you would most probably uncover other hazards or obstacles such as electrical wires or gas or water pipes. Structural members and beams, and insulation could be there too, especially if it were
“clear drywall/lighting” — jsherratt
Wright Design
4 Reviews
Rustic Lakehouse
Ideabooks6,965
Questions6
with a cedar shake roof. Inside, heavy timber construction is accented by reclaimed heart pine floors and shiplap walls. The three-sided stone tower fireplace faces the great room, covered porch and master bedroom. Photography by Accent Photography, Greenville, SC.
over the plaster/drywall the board + the drywall might be too thick of an assembly, and stick past the edge of window and door casings. Unless you use a thinner material, of course. However, if the back band of the casings is very deep you might get away with going over the drywall.
T & G horizontal panelling with drywall above
“Walls, bedding, colors, everything.” — Gatehouse Design
Palo Santo Designs LLC
3 Reviews
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks3,257
Questions7
Hi, We are building with a concrete floor and drywall (vs. plaster) and don't want baseboards. The walls are curved at the doorways. How did you transition the walls to the floor? Can you make any suggestions for duplicating your process with drywall vs. plaster?
We were also wondering about how to fill the 1/8 inch gap below the drywall at the seam of the concrete flooring. Is there a product specific for this or that works well?
use drywall knockdown technique to give texture to walls
“Door” — dksoares
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
Sharon House Interiors
Ideabooks1,646
Questions2
Plywood. Note plywood trim on plywood wall and white drywall wrap on white drywall wall. Matching trim to wall. Emphasize openings
Clean line slanted fireplace w/contrasting planked mantle
fireplace and tv above
concrete fireplace...Fireplace Surround
“plywood w/tung oil” — asalerno1
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
The Wave House
Ideabooks46,168
Questions17
wall? If so, what mat'l thickness was used? Also, is it just plate to drywall or something else? Thinking about doing something similar, but I don't want it too look like a snake when looking down a long wall (some unevenness of drywall). Thanks!
Hi, Can you please tell me what kind of wall tile has been used on what I assume is a fireplace. Thanks!!
This 5 1/2 inch baseboard is 18 gauge stainless steel, and is glued (with PL glue) to the studs and wood backing, with the drywall sitting on top of it. Keep in mind to shim stainless steel where needed to keep it looking straight. (of course, good framing to start helps!) We
The tile on the fireplace surround is a natural charcoal basalt tile. Check with your local stone supplier to see if they carry it or can order it for you.
“I like the barn door slide door in lieu of a traditional door.” — altheahb
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