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I love the mix of textures. What type of wood is behind the headboard
Thanks! The wood is rough sawn common white oak that we stained dark and oiled.
Dark raw wall, bright artwork and rustic lamps
Brick wall, wood paneled wall, tile wall, sink/vanity, light fixtures above bed, mirror on brick wall
Pic on wall and black wood accents
For a more contemporary look, create an accent wall with black stained wood sheets or planks. Just enough of the grain pops through the stain to break up the black and give the wall an interesting texture here.A similar black stain to try: Ebony 2718, from Minwax.
this is the same tru stile door we used throughout the home, just painted in Kendall charcoal by BM the hardware is raw steel sliding barn door hardware and the for is routed on the bottom to ride along two glides not a track.
love the sliding barn door and wood slats on wall
barn door and wood veneer walls
love the sliding door with the wood walls; very rustioc
partial wood walls and paint on remainder?
Reclaimed wood wall is perfect for the tiny home!
Northworks Architects and Planners
Hill Country Retreat
the light and dark contrast of the wood against stone. two raw elements working together to create a very inviting room.
Love the walls and the wood
This feels like a monastery. I like the light colored stone and the wood timbers.
Color of walls and dark wood
Two-tone wood ceilings.
white wood on ceiling
Love the raw walls...Rock and wood...wood bench...wood ceiling...wood trim
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John Maniscalco Architecture
Sugar Bowl Residence
what kind of wood is used on the headboard?
The upholstered bed offsets the wood paneling and is accented with a pillow made from a suzani quilt. The mid century vibe is carried into the bedroom by the modern Danish lamp.
Rustic touches like warm wood and a pared-down bedscape keeps things gender-neutral.
raw finishings floors and walls, colours
I love the wood floors
Wood floor...Raw look...wood flooring
Jose Garcia Design
The wood floors and ceilings are made from ash that was harvested on site and milled into tongue and groove boards at a local mill. There is no stain, but there is a clear finish applied to protect the wood.
The wood floors and ceilings are made from ash that was harvested on site. The columns are
bedroom with large wooded area view
Windows, use of wood. A little too industrial, maybe because of the white wall
love the floor to ceiling windows and the incorporation of wood
simply beautiful. nice touch - the rough wood pillars.
Yikes that's a glass wall(s) surrounded by wood!
There’s not much to distract you from this Cincinnati bedroom’s tree-filled views other than architect Jose Garcia’s use of local wood. The room’s floors and ceilings are fashioned from ash harvested onsite. The columns are white oak, salvaged from a fallen barn in the area, with texture worked in with
master bath behind wood wall and bed
white oak. Why it works: “Rather than leaving the wall plaster and paint, we used the texture and softness of the wood to play off of the dark blue Heath Ceramics tile behind and the raw brick outer walls, creating a more intimate, less austere space,” says owner Matthew Bear.
Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
Oakland Master Bedroom
lamps are no longer available. You could try searching for "burl wood" lamps and see if anything comes up, or you could try and find wood block bases on existing lamps and have a decorative painter faux paint them to look like burl wood. Hope that helps....
The burl wood lamps were from Williams Sonoma Home but I know they no longer carry them. The leather chair was custom.
cool grey and walls and warm wood
Bed frame and wood end tables
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