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similar to countertop construction? Appears to be monolithic. If so, was it built as a shell to reduce weight?
type of wood is this?
big wood floor panels
white wood...wood molding...Wood celling...wood trim
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Did you sand or stain the wood?
Does your company sell this reclaimed wood? I'd like to purchase.
Love the back wood. Where can we get and how much does
get the wood for the headboard?
Where did you get the wood for the headboard? and did you sand it down?
Bc I have laminate in my condo and I was thinking about changing it to hard wood floors but after seeing this picture I like everything with the flooring, I might keep
Blue with wood is always a risk and it came out really good.
Is there a reason for using that much of wood in this design?
I have a building question I love all the reclaimed wood in your place and have two questions. on the wall in the living room how was the wood applied to the wall. was it insulated. and the tin paneling again how was it insulated. I want to do some of these thing in a house redo.
Hello What kind of wood was used on the feature wall and how was it fitted to the wall please Cheers
could use some of our old wood floors on the wall
Kickass wood wall. Future project with leftover scrap wood perhaps
Like the contrasting wood on the
loveeee the wood on the wall as a headboard. reclaimed wood would
reclaimed wood wall and a built-in bed. Mendelssohn gathered the reclaimed planks from multiple projects and randomly assembled them together. Many of the planks are more than a hundred years old and boast a rich patina. Wall paint: Scenic Drive, Benjamin Moore; bedding: Shangri La, Blissliving, AllModern
featuring countertops made of reclaimed barn wood. As is always the case with our historic renovations, we took special care to maintain the beauty and integrity of the historic elements while bringing in the comfort and convenience of modern amenities. We were even able to uncover and restore much of the
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elements, countertops, millwork, etc...the homeowners selected their own furnishings. We do often work with skilled interior designers and can provide recommendations.
love the wood floor and the stain (at least as seen on my monitor, which is usually off for alot of photos, but I don't think this one cuz if it was off for this one, then all this white would look blue!)
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dark wood, posterbed, colors on the ceiling
kitchette, countertop, coffee pot, liquor decanter, wine rack
dark wood four poster bed
of dark wood...dark wood bed...dark wood dresser
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Master Bedroom Barnwood
reclaimed wood or stained new planks?
How was the wood attached to the wall? Thanks!
It feels like the wood had something applied to age it so uniformly ( and wonderfully )
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Hi! It looks like it's weathered barn wood - reclaimed. I recommend simply Googling "reclaimed wood" and the name of your city to try and find it in your area. Becky
type of wood is the headboard and how did you get the gray tone??
Hmm...I'm really liking the reclaimed wood wall behind the bed, it really makes the room unique
wood wall. love. love. love.
The wood looks nice, though probably not with wooden floors
Design Within Reach Buckhead Bedroom
reclaimed wood as a rustic backdrop for the modern furnishings. We added the chocolate curtains to make it apear as if there was a window in the room and visually frame out the space. The art work is by a good friend of mine, Todd Murphy. We brought in all of the linens and kept it monochromatic with
What is the finition on the wood? Just varnish?
What type of wood did you use?
made this wood to shiny, and we wanted to keep it at natural as possible! Your best bet to seal any reclaimed wood (if any necessary at all) is a water based matte sealer. Good luck! Thanks, Michael
with the wood on the wall. What type of wood is that?
kind of wood this was. All I know was that it was reclaimed from an old barn. Thanks,