11,539 fireplaces concrete Dining Design Photos

Tanya Schoenroth Design
14 Reviews
Burnaby Capitol Hill Residence
Ideabooks3,657
Questions6
Most of what you're seeing in this photo is cast concrete wall. The texture and colour are surprisingly warm. In the lower left corner, you can see a bit of the gloss white cabinets from the kitchen.
How are the concrete walls with moisture? Is it concrete through and through from exterior all to interior?
Hi Tanya. May I have the contact of the concrete contractor that did the walls. Cheers. M
concrete walls and lights above dining area
Industrial, I like the concrete, interesting fireplace
“Concrete wall” — Brian Cannon
twenty7 design
dining room
Ideabooks5,084
Questions11
Can you please tell me what is the material of the fireplace tile and who manufactures it? Thank you.
Can you tell me what the fireplace material is?
The wall material appears to be solus concrete tiles in the shiitake color. Check out their website: www.solusdecor.com We have something similar in our showroom.
Living Room/Family Room Fireplace Concrete Tiles
What about a fireplace in the dinning
“Love the wall art.” — cchermitt27
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Eric
Ideabooks1,158
Questions4
Hi, Beautiful house! Could you tell me which stain you mixed into the concrete (color # and brand)? Thanks!
Love the color paint on the fireplace wall. What color is it?
heated concrete floors, dark window frames
love how this fireplace semi divides rooms
like windows to floor, high walls, fireplace & concrete floors
is the geothermal heated concrete flooring. “There is zero maintenance,
Great room w/large windows & modern fireplace
opening to exterior, fireplace to away room, doors to exterior
Central fireplace to deprecate the lounge area from
paint wall around fireplace dark grey
One of the homeowner’s favorite features is the geothermal heated concrete flooring. “There is zero maintenance, so I don’t worry when the kids come inside from the pool and drip on the floors, or when Bradley gets footprints everywhere,” he says. The sliding doors provide a seamless transition between
“P” — Gary So
Beyond Homes
1 Review
b80 - Altadore Calgary
Ideabooks259
Questions0
concrete fireplace
ribbon burner fireplace
Fireplace and mantle
Fireplace with storage
Fireplace Floor Colors
concrete tile...gas fireplace...grey concrete...Custom Fireplace...fireplace mantels...ribbon fireplace
“Fireplace” — vancityliving
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks3,123
Questions2
joists remain exposed and concrete unpolished ............................................................................... Q : In what ways does your home reflect your style? A : The honest yet sophisticated use of basic construction materials, such as exposed concrete and exposed steel, are reflective
I like this look all around. The big rough beams combined with metal beams is great. The non-shiny concrete is also great.
Different...love the openness, exposed beams, and quirky fireplace.
“beam supports” — picasso90274
David Coleman / Architecture
13 Reviews
Buchter Retreat
Ideabooks305
Questions1
Dark concrete acid finish floor gives "texture"
Polished concrete floor
Concrete center blocks under counter
Concrete floors, interior slider doors
concrete kitchen island
fireplace side tables
Note fireplace...concrete floor...concrete block...concrete fireplace...Fireplace Surround
“Dark concrete acid finish floor gives "texture"” — Dave Goshorn
Neal Huston & Associates
5 Reviews
The Cresent
Ideabooks105
Questions0
Central fireplace. Open to the whole room.
view from entry hallway, home layout of fireplace between dining & living rooms, w vaulted ceilings over living room
double sided fireplace
concrete fireplace mantel
double-sided fireplace
ugly fireplace...concrete fireplace...Fireplace Surround
“Arms?” — npolinko
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks2,079
Questions3
Like the slate idea around fireplace
Using white and black paint, concrete, and wood along with an open plan keeps this space both restrained
little was used other than pine planks, concrete, and white plaster. “We interpreted this as a challenge to rethink and play on the notion of shelter,” Labbé says.
The team kept the material palette minimal. Very little was used other than pine planks, concrete and white plaster. “We interpreted this
The team decided to keep the material palette very minimal. Very little was used outside of pine planks, concrete, and white plaster. "We interpreted this as a challenge to rethink and play on the notion of shelter," Labbé says.
“love the clean lines in this room and the light” — cloud52
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