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Caden Design Group
1 Review
Color Splash
are actually just scratches into the oil or wax, and can be erased by using a rag to reapply the soapstone mineral oil. @camden, I love this kitchen. Great
It's soap stone. Not sealed or honed. We never apply oil either. It does scratch and chip but I only think it adds to the character
“flooring” — epeefencer
Loudoun County Interior Design Firm
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CIH Design
9 Reviews
Sitting Area
leopard print set of arm chairs, a modern floral drapery fabric and original oil artwork above the stone fireplace.
Where can I find a similar oil painting? Beautiful!
Oil painting
“tied back panels, double…on same side” — pamcouch
Charlie Allen Renovations, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mansard Bathroom
didn't see this answer: It is white oak hard wood flooring with 3 coats of oil based poly.
Hi august 2000, It is white oak hard wood flooring with 3 coats of oil based poly. Thanks!
Floor: white oak hard wood flooring with 3 coats of oil based poly
“Shower with corner door” — laurac305
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Thanks for the question. We too had problems with staining - in particular oil stains. The stone requires special care in sealing as it has a certain cleft
process using a poultice product made by StoneTech -- I believe it was an oil stain remover - you can do this yourself - you make up a small amount of the
is where she reinterpreted materials used in the old house: The smooth, oiled, horizontal wood boards of the old house became vertical, painted, resawn
“sliding doors and screens!” — rlavallee
Laurel Feldman Interiors, IIDA
9 Reviews
Vermont Timber Frame Residence
I love tone of the pine walls. Do you know if it was an oil (tung or watco) or a satin polyurethane finish?
They used a tung oil made in Vermont. It seemed like too much work to me after reading the details, so I decided to go with a 1 coat procedure of Watco
Watco Danish oil (natural). I did mix in 1 cup into each gallon of a custom floor stain I made to give it just a bit extra initial light amber tone. Not
“yuck” — ryanwerth
Next Level Renovation
5 Reviews
Uptown Charmer
water rings. I oiled the countertops about 5-6 times. Since then, I started using Seventh Generation dishwashing soap which is coconut oil based. It keeps
daily wiping. They are not quite as dark and shiny as they would be with oiling (which I actually prefer) but I don't have to worry about stains or water
“Layout and paint” — Ellen Liskov
Sterling Wilson Design
1 Review
Design/Build Winnetka
could be white oak) 2) stain color 3) finish (looks like could be hardwax oil) thx
It's called German Bronze, it's lighter than oil rubbed bronze but darker than an antique brass.
They are a dark pewter with crystal- a little hard to find, it's usually oil rubbed bronze. You can try Crystorama, or Bellacor, they may have something
“Bridget's kitchen” — rdjohn24
Buckminster Green LLC
10 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
are made from natural raw ingredients: water, plant dyes, essential oils, plant oils and resins, milk casein, natural latex, beeswax. Read the label and
safest. The butcher block counter above was sealed with a wax and mineral oil mixture from The Real Milk Paint Company; its natural ingredients make up
“wine storage above fridge” — debdru13
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