10,855 Heirloom Finish Eclectic Home Design Photos

theottomanempire
Stewart St. entry
Ideabooks5,139
Questions9
Hi Laura - you're correct, it was paint. The finish was eggshell if I remember correctly, and it held up very well to the wear and tear of foot traffic.
Dropping in on this thread. The finish on the beluga? This is paint and not stain, correct? How did it do with foot traffic?
If I remember correctly, we used an eggshell finish.
“i love lamp. entryway stairs. its cozy.” — Stephanie Sandoval
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks7,927
Questions5
finish on this fireplace reminds me of pink UK met at 100% design 2013 where change surface finishes
Metal. Edgy but old school, this firebox surrounded puts an old-world material in a more modern form. Design tip: Mixing and matching finishes — such as with the raw wood planking, metal fireplace and highly lacquered furniture here — feels eclectic and spontaneous.
“Colors. Navy, green and then taupe/Wood?” — erinfrazee
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks11,257
Questions11
I agree with Shawn. Using a plain tile along with the accent tile will also make it look more finished. Try to keep the dimensions of the tile the same, though, otherwise it might look busy. Another slightly different option is to put the accent tile
instead of it spanning he entire width of the stove and going up to the fan, you can do a rectangular feature above the stove and trim it with a finishing tile.... so that it looks like a framed picture.
“L'accrochage des chaudrons pour Serge” — martinegosselin
Papazian R.A.
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
Ideabooks1,384
Questions4
How did you finish the butcher block to protect from water with undermount sink. Beautiful look.
Appliance Finish...Cabinet Finish...kitchen finishes
“Hood tube” — bpventura
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Druid Hills Kitchen Renovation
Ideabooks4,704
Questions9
What is the brand of floor and finishing?
It sounds like you're asking about sealers of finish material. You shouldn't use any oils as the wood will yellow with age. You should use something like our durable acrylic but if you don't have professional equipment or resources you could use Rubio Monacoat clear natural sealer! Stay away from line
“lights!” — lauracstrapp
Evelyn Benatar, New York Interior Design
14 Reviews
Evelyn Benatar
Ideabooks6,904
Questions6
Can you share details on how this finish was achieved? Liming paste or a white glaze? Over what stain?
I am trying to get a finish similar to this in a wall in a boy's room. I love the finish but am having a hard time replicating. Thanks. Is the wood mostly
wood finish and blue?
“Sofa and shelf” — angeljohnhouse
Fraley and Company
11 Reviews
SE Portland kitchen remodel
Ideabooks5,736
Questions8
Thanks for the question! The cabinets were built locally. We painted the boxes on site and took the doors and drawer fronts to a spraybooth to be finished out.
cabinet color and finish
Appliance Finish...Cabinet Finish
“cabnet color” — mgerhard
Giambastiani Design
1 Review
Dining Room
Ideabooks5,184
Questions4
Any idea what the table was finished with (stain & sealer)? Thanks!
Nook area finish table like this
love finish on chairs
table top finish
“farm table” — Karen Hummel
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