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Traditional Living Room
It looks like a reclaimed heart pine floor with mixed widths. Many of these floors are made from antique HP beams that have been pulled from old factories and warehouses. The species is typically Longleaf pine, a slow growing and nearly extinct species that was used to build large buildings in the 17
like the brick with raised fireplace
not the stone or the size, but the large fireplace opening. It think it is pretty. the old wood mantel piece
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hoo Interior Design & Styling
its made of some old boat wood, remains of some old boats
whitewashed brick wall
Brick wall and walkway frame
This brick doesn't work
white brick wall...living white bricks
Sam Crawford Architects
took out flooring and its plain old grey concrete, want to stain it with browns and blacks so it can look like marble..
concrete floor, exposed wooden beams, painted brick wall
white brick wall and concrete floor
Blend of old and new....
brick wall...painted brick...white brick
Rocky River Living
the home appear as if it had been there 20 years. The home is designed on just under an acre of land with a primary concern of working around the old, established trees (all but one was saved). The exterior style, driven by the client’s taste of a modern Craftsman home, marries materials, finishes
Love the brick work and colors
Stairs like these from driveway level to the entry courtyard; possibly with old gate and low wall.
Fantastically incorporated old door
with red brick...Brick and stucco
The white cupboards. It looks old.
I like the brick on the side of the wall
old cabinet...White brick...brick wall
Private Residence - CH
Beams, openness, brick around windows, view, contrast between beams and walls/floors.
is a former factory, so there were no load-bearing walls to leave in place.“Once you tore the walls down,” she says, “the old concrete was great.” She exposed concrete and brick walls, a concrete floor and wooden ceiling beams. She spent days scrubbing paint off the floor, then sealed it with polyurethane
former factory, so there were no load-bearing walls that had to stay in place.“Once you tore the walls down,” she says, “the old concrete was great.” Price exposed concrete and brick walls, a concrete floor and wooden ceiling beams. She spent days scrubbing paint off the floor, then sealed it with polyurethane
Susan Diana Harris Interior Design
Noe Valley Nautical
Mix of brick paint tile and
think it had been added on at some point. The homeowner was more experimental in this room, maybe due to the lack of Victorian detail. The original brick chimney, however, ties the kitchen in with the rest of the house and gives it some history and visual height. Wall paint: Fresh Grass, Benjamin Moore;