892 Heirloom Finish Contemporary Staircase Design Photos

R.J. Gurley Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Desert Highlands Soft Contemporary
Ideabooks17,264
Questions13
Try Heirloom Gold 255 by Benjamin Moore.
“Railing” — sfalci
John R Berg AIA LEED AP
Beach House
Ideabooks6,291
Questions12
What topcoat are the floors finished with?
How'd you finish exposed edge of wood side under rail? miter? veneer?
reclaimed, bleached red oak with a limed finish.
The floor is reclaimed, bleached red oak with a limed finish
floor is reclaimed, bleached red oak with a limed finish
reclaimed bleached red oak with a limed finish
rustic finish on floors? warm natural birch wood tone
red oak with a limed finish
“colour of the floor and light it brings” — lauraherranr
Modern Design LLC
9 Reviews
Elegant Entries
Ideabooks16,929
Questions10
i REALLY LIKE THE FAUX FINISH IT LOOKS LIKE VENETION PLASTER, BUT I AM HOPING IT IS NOT I WANT TO DO A FINISH THAT GIVES THE LOOK OF VENTION PLASTER
not give you a venetian plaster look either. The characteristics of this finish does not reflect a typical venetian plaster or a simple glazing as the dry
That finish they are asking about is either a Luster Stone or Shimmer Stone,
“Wooden bannister with wrought iron” — hsrreno
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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J.A. Hand Construction, Inc.
4 Reviews
Warm Woods
Ideabooks7,278
Questions8
Is the finish smooth or textured. specifically is it painted with a smooth finish or textured?
stainless steel with a brushed finish. The intermediate horizontal members are a hollow tube stock with the same brushed finish.
milled tongue and groove sand and finish in place product that can be sourced from any hardwood floor supplier. The finish is a clear matte water based n
Flooring. Eastern hard rock maple with a matt non yellowing finish.
“Rails” — Melissa Barnes
A.GRUPPO Architects - Dallas
2 Reviews
Groveland House
Ideabooks2,324
Questions6
hi what is the finish you used on plywood ?
thanks! We are doing a floor with avantech and were just looking for ideas of how to keep the finish lighter.
..and the thought of using a plywood as a alternative and contemporary finished floor...
with a polyurethane finish....finished subfloor...Finished plywood...Plywood finished out
“maybe natural with light stain would be cool” — Jessica James
Restructure Studio
10 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Residence
Ideabooks788
Questions1
tell me more about the light finished floors? Are they oak? What color of grey stain and finish was used? Were the floors originally bleached? Thank you
What type of wood, grey stain, and finish on light wood floor?
entry sits on a concrete slab, then there are steps down to wood floors finished with a gray stain.
cantilevered foundation (it floats above the oak’s roots) with wood floors finished with a gray stain. The stairs are pine, stained a dark ebony.
then there are steps down to a cantilevered foundation with wood floors finished with a grey stain. The stairs are pine, stained a dark ebony.
Wood floors finished with grey stain
“handrail” — Bryn
SB Architects
The Hillside House
Ideabooks48,404
Questions21
but is the wall paneling the same as the floor? It looks like a different finish (lighter) than the floor. Thank you
how are the ropes finished at the bottom?
handscraped, custom stained for the project, and finished with a satin polyurethane hand-applied finish.
It looks like a pre finished and hand scraped walnut floor :-) Its beautiful. Those hanging lamps are
“Like barn wood and lights” — smholland
Habitat Studio
16 Reviews
Loft
Ideabooks15,304
Questions7
to the photo here, but the top rail should be metal also. Brushed nickel finish is what I'm looking for.
Typically brushed nickel finish is stainless steel when referring to metal fabrication. You should check
appreciate it. If that post top is no line you can say that post is not finish. I like also the using of wood top rail instead of using stainless all
“stairs” — maile2014
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