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Sam Crawford Architects
Petersham House
Ideabooks4,919
Questions7
#1 - Very soft & mellow.
1. A contemporary addition in SydneyThis home’s new wing was designed by Sam Crawford Architects. This open, light-filled space serves several purposes, including music room, art gallery, library and dining room.
1. ConcreteIn this Sam Crawford-designed house
1. A contemporary addition in Sydney. This home's new wing was designed by Sam Crawford Architects. This open, light-filled space serves several purposes
“Love this book shelf for the sitting room” — angelafedida
Peter Rose + Partners
Island Residence
Ideabooks1,318
Questions2
1. Savor the outdoors. Part of what is so delightful about being on vacation is being outdoors, so get out there. We may not have a water view, but we can bring our coffee outside in the morning, carry a glass of wine to the deck in the evening or simply sit with a book in the shade and feel the breeze
1. Profitez du jardinUne grande partie du plaisir des vacances vient du temps passé à l’extérieur… alors, sortez ! Vous n’avez peut-être pas de vue sur
1. Savour the outdoorsPart of what is so delightful about being on holiday is being outdoors, so get out there. We may not have a water view, but we can
1 Savour the outdoorsPart of what is so delightful about being on holiday is being outdoors, so get out there. We may not have a water view, but we can
“Table and chairs” — libbykoehl
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Dining Room
Ideabooks8,397
Questions7
The wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no knots. The groove is a 1/4" x 1/4" square groove profile, not to be confused with your
"clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no knots. The groove is a 1/4" x 1/4" square groove profile, not to be confused with your
wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no knots. The groove is a 1/4" x 1/4" square groove profile, not to be confused with your
“Table” — tavaresn
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jamesthomas, LLC
23 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks12,519
Questions14
stained to match an existing color. We don't have the exact formula but try using a blend of Classic Gray and Ebony from Minwax. Use only a little Ebony (1 part Ebony to 3 parts Gray).
Nice floor/cabinet stain combo - Classic Gray and Ebony (1 part Ebony and 3 parts Gray)
1part ebony to 3 parts classic gray
minwax classic gray with ebony - 3 parts gray to 1 part ebony
Minwax classic gray with Ebony. 3 parts gray to 1 part ebony
Ebony 1 part - 3 parts classic grey
he floors were stained to match an existing color. We don't have the exact formula but try using a blend of Classic Gray and Ebony from Minwax. Use only a little Ebony (1 part Ebony to 3 parts Gray). The species is a mixture
This is mix of quarter and rift sawn with 1 part ebony and 3 parts great stain with satin poly finish
“love the flooring” — kmartushev5445
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Renovation
Ideabooks5,743
Questions9
Beautiful design. The window and door casings can also be achieved by adding a backband (see our KB197 profile) to flat stock 1x4 trim http://www.kuikenbrothers.com/moulding-profile/kb197-back-band/ - Feel free to print off the sheet and bring to your local lumberyard. They should
is a flat 1x6 with 1" block added to the outside edge. The 1" block captures the thickness of adjacent base board and top rail of wainscot.
door trim. Flat stock with 1/4 in. backband
Casing is great. See notes about 1x1 blocking This is 1x6, we might look also look at 1x5
The 1" block added to the outside edge of the door and window trim is really cool.
“No crown molding.” — downime
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Breakfast Room
Ideabooks5,582
Questions8
finished a new house. My floors look exactly like this. I can tell you the exact formula of mine. It was 2 parts of Early American ( by Minwax) mixed with 1 part Gunstock ( by Minwax) you could mix this up and test it on a piece of wood, and see if you like it.
mixed with 1 part Gunstock ( by Minwax
2 parts of Early American ( by Minwax) mixed with 1 part Gunstock
2 parts minwax mixed w 1 part gunstock
two parts early american and 1 part gunstock on red oak
2 parts early american/ 1 part Gunstock minwax
“Trim work inside arches and columns” — sonsireg
Traditional Dining Room
Ideabooks2,625
Questions8
slat will be your first decision. Blinds generally come in one of three standard sizes: ½ inch, 1 inch and 2 inches. The ½-inch slat is the most popular, because it gives homes a contemporary feel. The 1-inch version is a compromise between the narrowest and the widest blinds; they take less labor to
Minka Lavery - Atterbury Chandelier 4236-288 25 1/4" w x 22"h
slat will be your first decision. Blinds generally come in one of three standard sizes: ½ inch, 1 inch and 2 inches. The ½-inch slat is the most popular, because it gives homes a contemporary feel. The 1-inch version is a compromise between the narrowest and the widest blinds; they take less labor to
“nice valence idea for sunroom” — carolsharmony
Robert A. Cardello Architects
6 Reviews
Darien Renovation
Ideabooks8,146
Questions6
Dining table base with banquette Fred Albert added this to The Dumbest Decorating Decisions I’ve Ever Made 1. Buying the wrong dining table, Part 1. I learned the hard way that you never pair a table with four legs with a corner banquette. You need a pedestal base. Otherwise people
1. Buying the wrong dining table, Part 1. I learned the hard way that you never pair a table with four legs with a corner banquette. You need a pedestal base. Otherwise people
“bench in kitchen” — staceyvaleriote
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