277 Ash Dining Design Photos

Johnston Architects
6 Reviews
Modern cabin
Ideabooks927
Questions4
Ash Pan The most visible by-product of wood burning is ash. By purchasing a high-efficiency stove, you’ll be rewarded with relatively little ash left behind, as combustion is so complete. Frequency of use determines how often one has to remove ash. If you use your woodstove
woodstove as a primary heating source, it will mean daily ash removal, while more casual use will mean less frequent removal. Having an ash pan beneath the stove makes the removal process easier and less messy, so an ash pan can be a convenient accessory. At the bottom of the firebox is typically a grate
from the front of the stove. When you open the grate, the ash is directed into the pan, which can be slid out like a drawer and disposed of. When people reference dusty homes with respect to woodstoves, they’re probably referring to ash dust. An ash pan will reduce the amount of fine particles that make
“Like the woodburning stove” — davidsen
Abramson Teiger Architects
9 Reviews
Abramson Teiger Lima Residence
Ideabooks3,341
Questions3
question is do you use fly ash or not, and if you do use fly ash use smaller amount for in doors to reduce the affects of hazardous material.
use fly ash in your concrete mix. You can be aware that future renovations and demolition of the concrete will release its component ingredients; it’s a good idea to treat dust from concrete containing fly ash as hazardous. And if you have concerns, select mixes with higher amounts of fly ash for exterior
“Vases” — showersun
Hoskins Interior Design
1 Review
Dining Room
Ideabooks1,831
Questions7
The color we used for this client's dining room was Porter Paint's Dark Ash # 513-6 from their Voice of Color line. We appreciate your question! -Kathy
Porter Paint's Dark Ash # 513-6 from their Voice of Color line
Porter Paint's Dark Ash # 513-6 Voice of Color
Paint...Porter Paint 513-6 Dark Ash
dark ash porter paint #513-6
“Table” — Krista Collins Garland
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WA design
8 Reviews
Stinson Beach House
Ideabooks1,786
Questions5
Quarter-sewn olive ash was used for the light-colored kitchen cabinetry. The bar stools are part of a set that Wilson designed in the 1990s, and they work perfectly with the cabinetry's light hue. Pendants from Prandina provide ample lighting for the island workspace and blend in with the space's modern
Olive ash wood was used for the light-coloured kitchen cupboards. The bar stools are part of a set that Wilson designed in the 1990s, and they work perfectly with the cupboard’s light hue. Pendant lights from Prandina provide ample lighting for the island workspace and blend in with
“table” — bronxville2000
Greifenstein Boyce Associates
Watermill Residence Interiors
Ideabooks5,229
Questions4
Contemporary design eschews rugs and carpeting in favor of sleeker, harder surfaces: bamboo; blond woods such as maple or ash; stone; ceramic. Ebonized planks or dark-stained concrete can ground contemporary rooms (as long as you're prepared to make friends with your dust mop)
cool tile, you're in luck. Contemporary design eschews rugs and carpeting in favor of sleeker, harder surfaces: bamboo; blond woods such as maple or ash; stone; ceramic. Ebonized planks or dark-stained concrete can ground contemporary rooms (as long as you're prepared to make friends with your dust mop)
unadorned floors of ceramic tile, stone, blond woods like maple or ash. Rug might be a geometric design or a textural weave
“office floor idea” — medicaloffice
Joan Heaton Architects
Modern Cabin
Ideabooks1,765
Questions8
integrate as many local woods into the design as possible. The ceilings throughout are pine, the doors are hemlock, and the window and door casings are ash. "The warm tones of the polished concrete floors complement all the other finishes," she says.
as pos­si­ble. The ceil­ings through­out are pine, the doors are hem­lock, and the win­dow and door cas­ings are ash. "The warm tones of the pol­ished con­crete floors com­ple­ment all the other fin­ishes," she says.
integrate as many local woods into the design as possible. The ceilings throughout are pine, the doors are hemlock, and the window and door casings are ash. "The warm tones of the polished concrete floors complement all the other finishes," she says.
“Sala” — pacheto
Studio Carver
Santa Ynez Barn
Ideabooks683
Questions1
materials used include the 100-year-old timber frame and reclaimed wood floors. The concrete foundation, retaining walls and finish slab contain fly ash.
materials used include the 100-year-old timber frame and reclaimed wood floors. The concrete foundation, retaining walls and finish slab contain fly ash.
“Table” — Kelly Clark
Cara Zolot Interiors Ltd.
6 Reviews
Midtown Apartment
Ideabooks1,623
Questions5
burled olive ash side board Thayer Coggin furniture Glass table; chairs; light fixture all work
furniture company for which Baughman designed for half a century, recently reintroduced his sideboard/buffet (under the mirror here), made of burled olive ash with a stainless steel base.
“milo baughman” — dxxiv
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