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Rice Residential Design
like the mix of brick, stone, oil rubbed bronze windows, copper awning
Houston. This newer Texas house clearly draws inspiration from original American Tudor style. A mix of stone, brick and brick patterns exuberantly adorns the front of this house. Notice the lack of half timber or other wooden details, which typically lighten the overall appearance.Tudor remains an indelible
Mix of dark cabinets with white
some wood mixed in with white
the white and dark wood mix
Mix of light and dark
Mix of wood and white
mix of white & wood
Landmark Services Inc
wall colors, mix of wood and white trim
mix dark and white on stairs
mixed trim colors...mixed color trim...Mixed trim...mixed woods
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Like this mix of ext materials.
mixing roof materials
mixed use of materials
love the mix of materials
Stone wood mix...Very cool mix!...Mixed Siding
house in the woods
mixed materials wood and metal, love the roof line and overhang
love the mix of exterior materials
pretty dramatic slope and overhang, use of wood as a siding material mixed with metal is interesting
Metal mixed with wood
mixed material,framing, large window, modern.
mix of siding...mixed materials
Winder Gibson Architects
Buena Vista House Bed Room
Interesting mix of uber traditional and modern
Mix antique furniture and modern art
french country with modern mix
Style mix bedroom...Mixed bedroom
Eclectic Living Room
Eclectic feeling, gallery, mix of browns and
With different art on the wall. Like the color mixes though, especially contrast of pillow
Very nice choices mixing together well here, w/ soothing, comfy results.
Mix of styles and fabrics
Eclectic mix on table
Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
I am remodeling my kitchen and I want the gray white silver look that is reflected in this pic... But I have gold fixtures in site of the kitchen is there a rule about mixing them?
They look great. The stain was well chosen. Many site finished floor end up with a custom mix on site for optimum results. I've noticed 5"-7" are very popular widths lately.
These are red oak u finished floors that were finished onsite with a mix of DURASEAL stain. I think the floors were water-popped first to make them darker.
This is common quartered 5" red oak finished with duraseal stain - a mix of ebony, coffee, and antique. It's topped with 3 coats of polyurethane.
It's common/quartered 5"red oak finished with a mix of duraseal ebony, antique brown, and coffee brown, topped with 2 coats do polyurethane.