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61 rusted steel sign Dining Design Photos
As part of the Walnut Farm project, Northworks was commissioned to convert an existing 19th century barn into a fully-conditioned home. Working closely with the local contractor and a barn restoration consultant, Northworks conducted a thorough investigation of the existing structure. The resulting design is intended to preserve the character of the original barn while taking advantage of its spacious interior volumes and natural materials.
Michigan BarnNorthworks Architects and Planners
Pop art photo and eat sign
I like the eat sign.
Rust large letters spelling BAR
Eat sign...Sign + height...Love the eat sign..."eat" lighted sign....Giant sign...Steel and wood
This exquisite home is accented with Coronado Stone Products – Special Used Thin Brick veneer profile. The thin brick veneer creates a dramatic visual backdrop that draws the whole room together.
Sky Loft Thin Brick InteriorCoronado Stone Products
local sign shops have the ability to produce foam painted letters like this. They are a bit pricy though.
love the eat sign and the cozy feel
Tile & sign...Eat sign...Eat sign and chair...wall, eat sign...d raw steel letters...Eat sign on wall...Letter sign...EAT sign
Lola B'sKasey Buick
Hotel sign! Where did you get it and how can I purchase one? Thanks!!
Where did you get the hotel de paris sign?
paris sign?? looked on shabby nest site and can not find.
way the sign is softened by the wall colour
Paris sign. However, the particular shade of blue gives the room a bit of an edge, saving it from saccharine sweetness.
MinneapolisSpacecrafting / Architectural Photography
Accent wall - reactive rusted paint!
A rust activator added to iron paint achieved the orange, patinated finish on this dining room accent wall. It's a brilliant, unique way to inject interesting color and texture.More: See all of our orange color guidesTell us: A small dash or a big splash? Share the ways you've used orange in your dining
Dining Areadrozda+others architects
vintage-ish "eat" sign
"EAT" sign...sign in background..."Eat" sign...'Eat sign'...Steel on stairway...Eat sign
Venice TransformationTPA Architecture, Inc.
rolled steel panels custom fabricated fit by the contractor and adhered to the drywall substrate with a strong adhesive. The finish is a patina product made by Sculpt Nouveau (Japanese Brown) http://www.sculptnouveau.com/. It took some experimentation with the contractor to get this finish just right
fireplace cold rolled steelTPA Architecture, Inc. The cladding material for the fireplace is cold rolled steel panels custom fabricated fit by the contractor and adhered to the drywall substrate with a strong adhesive. The finish is a patina product
cold rolled steel... like this fireplace surface
The Lake Forest Park Renovation is a top-to-bottom renovation of a 50's Northwest Contemporary house located 25 miles north of Seattle.
Lake Forest Park RenovationFINNE Architects
I really like the weathered steel wall panels being offset with the horizontal banding. Were they fabricated into large panels for installation or attached singly in bands with an adhesive?
weathered steel panels at our Lake Forest Park project. The steel panels were roughly 10" high and varied in length. Some panels were flat and some panels were "L" shaped since the wall steps in and out. It was a very technically demanding installation, and the tolerance for each panel was only 1/64". See
Weathered steel covers the staggered wall on the left. "It's kind of a homemade Cor-Ten," says Finne, laughing. "We let it rust outside and saved some money."
trim, steel on wall, cherry cabinets
weathered steel wall contrasted with light wood cabinetry; kitchen/dining layout with wall of storage
Perched on a bluff overlooking Block Island Sound, the property is a flag lot at the edge of a new subdivision, bordered on three sides by water, wetlands, and woods. The client asked us to design a house with a minimal impact on the pristine landscape, maximum exposure to the views and all the amenities of a year round vacation home.
are the (steel?) I beams treated?
I am assuming a bluff over BI Sound would get a lot of salt air. We are in a similar situation along the coast and would love to use exposed I beams in our ceiling but am worried about rusting. Is there a way to finish the I beams to prevent rusting, or did you use
plan, steel, kitchen with island behind
black steel columns, wood trim and window seat, windows
painted steel (two columns and one beam) to define smaller spaces within the larger living area. In the foreground is the dining and beyond is seating and fireplace.
An old nesting box is used for displaying unique vintage finds in our dining room. A clever way to add a touch of industrial and old farmhouse style to your home.
Using Industrial Items as Unique DecorBuckets of Burlap
finish (rust adds character) or buy one of the many available colors of metal spray paint. Make sure you buy a metal primer too.More industrial-style accessories
galvanized steel for decoration
galvanized steel shelves
stainless steel....Steel shelf
Seola Beach ResidenceRhodes Architecture + Light
stainless steel fasteners to allow the easy replacement of a single panel. The use of no-maintenance materials is a sustainable feature that insures the long use of the materials installed.
stainless steel fasteners. Here is the link to the Parklex website: http://www.parklex.com/us/home/home.asp
contract is signed, your contractor will have identified the longer-lead items (like cabinets, windows, doors, tile and sometimes plumbing or electrical fixtures) and may even have them on order ahead of the start of construction, depending on the timing of your project. This could take 4 to 6 months.
contract is signed, your contractor will have identified the longer-lead items (like cabinets, windows, doors, tile and sometimes plumbing or electrical fixtures) and may even have them on order ahead of the start of construction, depending on the timing of your project.What to Look for in a Contractor's Contract
Lopez Island ResidenceGraham Baba Architects