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Robert J Erdmann Design, LLC
4 Reviews
Robert J Erdmann Design, LLC
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Choosing a finish. "When it comes to finish, beauty is in the eye of the beholder," says Watson. However, you can also choose a finish based on the room's purpose. Flat finishes — including matte and eggshell — are generally best for ceilings and
paint's matte finish also does well with routine cleaning, making it a good option for less frequently used spaces, like formal living and dining rooms. "The angular shine of flat finishes helps make walls smooth and washable, simply with a damp sponge," says Jordan. However, glossier finishes — including
Choosing a finish. "When it comes to finish, beauty is in the eye of the beholder," says Watson. However, you can also choose a finish based on the room's purpose. Flat finishes — including matte and eggshell — are generally best for ceilings and walls where you want to hide any imperfections. "With
“Pestré” — gabrielakrskova
indigo & ochre design
5 Reviews
Prospect Heights Brownstone
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sink hardware pictured was ultimately assembled from a mix of vintage pieces that we had re-plated in brass, pieces we stripped of their lacquered finish and pieces we had custom manufactured. We're in the throws of doing the same for three other bathrooms for other clients and it really is quite a
Master Bath Ideas...tile, matte brass finishes and paint color
when it comes to finishes, so if you have an old favorite faucet that's looking drab, try calling the manufacturer to see what the warranty policy is.If you're new to selecting finishes, it's a good idea to get all the other fixtures and accessories in a matching color. Some finishes are a standard color
color, such as chrome and most brushed-nickel finishes, but not all finishes from different companies look the same. To ensure you are getting the exact same finish, buy all the fixtures and accessories from the same company. When shopping for additional fixtures, take a sample with you to match. Polished
“Faucet” — carrieballas
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks38,616
Questions43
Thank you lindareale, the island manufacturer is Wellborn Cabinets, inc and the finish is called Bleu
KITCHEN PERIMETER:WELLBORN; MAPLE - MELROSE (doorstyle)GLACIER PEWTER (finish) KITCHEN ISLAND:WELLBORN; MAPLE - BRIDGEPORT (doorstyle)BLEU (finish)
It's Absolute Black granite in honed finish.
Granite: natural stone with unique grains, colors and customizable finishes. When properly sealed, it's one of the most durable options out there. It can cost as low as $50 per square foot installed. Prices can go up quickly
patterns. Countertop finish options include:Polished: The most common finish; it's mirror-like, stands up well to stains and is the least porousHoned: A matte finish that is typically not recommended, as it can stain and scratch more easilyBrushed/satin: Similar to a honed finish, though less matte in
“Kitchen” — Kendra Zupancic
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
Exclusive dealer for Clive Christian, British Luxury Interiors. Full Service Interior Design firm specializing in Kitchens and Custom Cabinetry.
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Battle Associates, Architects
Concord Kitchen2
Ideabooks67,736
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Who makes the pendant and does it come in an oil rubbed bronze finish?
While every cabinet company has different names for their finishes, my guess is that this is Antique White. There's a touch of gold in the mix to soften it up.
more cabinet finishes, as with the stained island and white perimeter cabinets shown in this kitchen, it's perfectly fine to mix up the finishes of the hardware as well! Not everything has to match — the nickel finish wouldn't look as good on the stained island as the antique bronze finish does, for example
kitchen uses an inset cabinet construction to set a traditional tone. It's pronounced further by using a painted finish in the perimeter and a stained wood on the island. The painted finish on the perimeter echoes the paint color on the built-in in the adjoining room.
“guroou in granite” — mrjamnani
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Ideabooks68,316
Questions43
What type of finish is used on the top of the kitchen island? satin, beeswax or something else?
I love Walnut floors! Here are some similar floors finished with a clear coat.
registered food grade, it is German food grade - just didn't spent the $$$ to get US certified. Great stuff and really the only product I want to finish with anymore. Used OSMO on this Walnut kitchen island.
homeowner does the punch list. It can be as informal as an emailed list of items that need to be fixed or finished. I like to use a little form I put together that identifies the item to be fixed or finished, the responsible party and the date of completion. I send it to the client for review, changes and
Natural paints and finishes. Natural paints and finishes have little to no odor and are made from natural raw ingredients: water, plant dyes, essential oils, plant oils and resins, milk casein
“butcher block” — Mary Slipka
RemodelWest
12 Reviews
live wood edge island top
Ideabooks12,230
Questions18
The wood is Red Birch in a natural clear finish. The drawer fronts are just a slab style. Yes the stiles and rails of the doors are much larger than standard and have a relief cut at the joints
your hand at making and finishing a wood countertop yourself rather than ordering a fully finished product, Waterlox is the sealer and finish that comes up repeatedly. The company offers more than one product, and a combination of its sealer and high-gloss coating can create a finish durable enough to be
Waterlox as finish for wood counters
rustic slab of wood for island finished with Waterlox sealer
be used as a bar top. While I was visiting The Joinery, I was showed a piece of wood treated with Waterlox in a satin finish. One of the employees keeps it on her desk and uses it as a coaster for her coffee cup. It was in perfect condition, with no stains or water spots. Although Waterlox is not currently
“Cabinets” — cntryhome
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
lowcountry river house
Ideabooks32,191
Questions18
How was the wood on the walls finished?
how were these floors finished? Will this pine wear out quickly because pine is such a soft wood? People have tried to steer me away from using it.
What finish did you apply to the
Smooth or rough sawn? Whitewash finish used?
Thanks for the kudos!!!! The painter and floor finisher were two different people. The common element is that the walls and floors are both reclaimed wood.
I would guess it is the patina of reclaimed wood plus a type of protective finish.
Frederick + Frederick Architects It is river recovered heart pine. With clear finish!
Also, if your floor has a surface finish, you will need to treat the whole affected area to maintain color consistency. Reapply the same finish that was originally on the floor to the affected boards. Make sure you don’t overlap on the adjacent boards, or the finish will be uneven. When in doubt, consult
“Wood Floors” — Candy
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Turning found objects into art and using space wisely
Ideabooks4,630
Questions6
I was curious of the type of flooring and finish?
Hello, It shouldn't be too difficult - the trick is to locate the framing behind the wall finish, in this case the studs behind the painted gypsum wallboard. You can probably find the hardware at your hardware store, but depending on the implement
Hello, That is a salvaged wide plank pine floor, variable widths and planed to 3/4" thick, with a natural urethane finish - it comes out quite beautiful. Hope that helps!
4x4/finished wall enclosing narrow stairway. Similar to laundry room stairs.
salvaged wide plank pine floor planed to 3/4" thick with urethane finish
sanded, they need to be finished. A full discussion of the available finishes could easily fill its own ideabook, but here are a few points of conventional wisdom: An oil finish may be more durable, but you will have to cope with odors and VOCs when it is installed. The glossier a finish, the better it will
“Door” — Margene Stahle
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