83 graining Basement Design Photos

Krause Construction Denver Colorado
6 Reviews
contemporary basement projects by Krause Construction
Ideabooks39,935
Questions12
Boost privacy. Many builder-grade houses contain hollow-core doors. These doors have a real-looking wood grain but are made up only of ¼-inch-thick parts, and are essentially cardboard and air inside. While hollow-core doors can be fine for certain rooms, I try to use solid-core doors for the bathroom
“casinha” — designer
M.J. Whelan Construction
6 Reviews
M.J. Whelan Construction
Ideabooks1,434
Questions2
tile is a porcelain wood grain look called Legni Nero
The tile is a porcelain wood grain look called Legni Nero Wenge by Cerim.
is porcelain wood grain look called Legni Nero Wenge by Cerim
tile is a porcelain wood grain look called Legni Nero Wenge by Cerim.
tile is a porcelain wood grain look called Legni
Only adding this because I DO NOT WANT the wood of the bar to have grain like this!
Im adding this because I don't want grain like this in the wood for the bar.
“Paint reflection” — sanfish
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Hasserton
Ideabooks1,463
Questions4
Lighting, wood grain, flooring, stools
“Stools” — sharlitt
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
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RD Architecture, LLC
10 Reviews
Full interior remodel
Ideabooks21,124
Questions13
wall treatment with very grain tile / stone
“Relaxing” — alycejh
Maxey Hayse Design Studios, Inc
Franklin Lakes Residence
Ideabooks3,247
Questions7
Like how the wood squares are placed with grain going different directions.
“Nice long table can put air port style lounge bar in back grpund” — worldofspecs
Luxurious Living Studio Inc.
3 Reviews
Lake front Basement Bar
Ideabooks27,783
Questions20
Contemporary style, 'rational' cabinetry Atmos Collection in Bookmatched stripey oak, bog wood horizontal wood grain finish. Stainless steel back splash, antiqued cambrian black stone surface along with glass bartop on stainless step posts, with footrest. Floating (ceiling hung) decorative bulkhead with
contemporary style kitchen is made by Germany's 'rational'. The cabinetry collection is called Atmos, in Bookmatched stripey oak, bog wood horizontal wood grain finish. Stainless steel back splash, antiqued cambrian black stone surface along with glass bartop on stainless step posts, with footrest. The custom
“Alucobon” — aralicia
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchenette
Ideabooks2,148
Questions4
It is a ceramic tile that has a "wood grain" look to it. The tile are pretty large.....18" x 24" if I recall correctly. It came from Renaissance Tile in Atlanta. They could provide you with more of the details. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
“grays and browns” — lesleyf4
M.J. Whelan Construction
6 Reviews
M.J. Whelan Construction
Ideabooks12,548
Questions10
The tile is a porcelain wood grain look called Legni Nero Wenge by Cerim. Thanks for asking.
“sofA” — shorty2
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