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Arcanum Architecture
Custom Agrarian Style Residence
Ideabooks15,365
Questions10
I did not design this fireplace, but I really love the look. It looks like cast-in-place concrete formed up with horizontal boards, very simple and honest use of material.
That is concrete poured into a board form.
concrete poured into a board form fireplace
concrete poured into a board form
Nice cozy space. like form board concrete for face of fireplace and room proportions and size.
I like the fireplace...would it be inexpensive to do this? "Concrete poured into a board form"
“Building ideas” — lauraly63
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
Echo Beach
Ideabooks7,367
Questions4
The wall on the left is concrete. The forming technique is called board form. Using a series of wood boards in the forming process allows the wood grain and the widths of the boards to be imprinted into the concrete. Originally this was an early way to form walls, and is used here as an architectural
Like the polished concrete floors and the board form wall
love the poured concrete walls utilizing Board Form techinique by kbcdevelopements.
“Gray concrete flooring white walls” — harvey67
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Backyard Zen
Ideabooks535
Questions1
A teaching Buddha presides over this stone patio, part of a larger garden in Seattle. His right hand is raised in the jnana (knowledge or wisdom) mudra. Yogis will recognize this one — it’s when you bring the index finger and thumb tip of each hand together to form a circle
in the jnana (knowledge or wisdom) mudra. Yogis will recognize this one — it’s when you bring the index finger and thumb tip of each hand together to form a circle.
in the jnana (knowledge or wisdom) mudra. Yogis will recognize this one — it’s when you bring the index finger and thumb tip of each hand together to form a circle.More: Ornament Your Garden the Artful Way
“Sacred,space” — tigery5
BattersbyHowat Architects
Whistler Residence
Ideabooks1,534
Questions1
Love the transition of materials and concrete form chimney.
The Whistler Residence is covered partly in dark shingles, which accentuate the concrete that breaks up the form and the wood that can be seen through the large opening
The Whistler Residence is covered partly in dark shingles, which accentuate the concrete that breaks up the form and the wood that can be seen through the large opening.
The Whistler Residence is covered partly in dark shingles, which accentuate the concrete that breaks up the form and the wood that can be seen through the large opening.
“black shingles eg” — Judyann Obersi
A Pleno Sol
Explanada
Ideabooks3,427
Questions2
Even in a small area of monochromatic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important. Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the fluorescent lime-green
Even in a small area of monochromatic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important. Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the fluorescent lime-green
Even in a small area of monochromatic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important.Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the fluorescent lime-green Ipomoea.
“grasses and tube water” — cortedelbayo
transFORM | The Art of Custom Storage
35 Reviews
Painted Maple Corner Office
Ideabooks260K
Questions74
transFORM | The Art of Custom Storage
However, all transFORM products are custom designed, so a similar design could fit a larger or smaller space.
Thank you for your interest in transFORM. Our lighting options
The picture is an example of a walk-in closet we created for a toddler's room. All transFORM products are custom-designed, so you could imagine your own solution at a free in-home consultation with a transFORM designer or a similar design idea or example could be modified to fit your specific needs
your interest in transFORM's custom storage solutions. Our beautiful systems are installed in the Tri-State New York City Metro Areas of NY, NJ & CT. For more information and to schedule a free consultation you can call 914-500-1000 or visit http://transformhome.com.
“What i like about this photo is the use of the small space” — Tawana Channer
Secret Gardens
Mosman Landscape
Ideabooks1,276
Questions2
conditions and maritime climes. There are quite a few hebes that naturally form evergreen domes, meaning they don’t need clipping, and that provide flower interest through the summer. Hebe ‘Green Globe’. Its moss-green foliage forms a tight globe-shaped plant that is perfect in containers or in the border
conditions and maritime climes.There are quite a few hebes that naturally form evergreen domes, meaning they don’t need clipping, and that provide flower interest through the summer.Hebe ‘Green Globe’. Its moss-green foliage forms a tight globe-shaped plant that is perfect in containers or in the border
very tight light green dome. As with the others, this hebe has white flowers through June and July.Hebe ‘Baby Marie’. One of the smallest of the dome-forming hebes, ‘Baby Marie’ is compact and low growing, with pale green foliage.More: 7 New Plants to Grow for Beautiful Foliage
“Planter” — debdawnmac
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Ideabooks19,716
Questions9
That looks like a poured in place board form concrete fireplace. This is exactly the look that inspired us to create our light weight concrete board form tile. You can now get this look "after the fact", these easily installed tiles are unique, there is no repeat pattern of any kind adding to the authentic
how about a board formed concrete fireplace?
fireplace board form process, screen-style fir panels
The concrete’s texture on the towering fireplace comes from an old-school board-form process from 200 years ago, Collins says. Various sizes of plywood are stacked up, creating a form that’s then filled with concrete. Once it has hardened, the boards are ripped away, exposing the grain of the wood detail
“Table” — maureen1975
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