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137 natural quartz slab Entry Design Photos
The Wave House
throughout. A sleek and functional kitchen was achieved featuring black walnut and charcoal gloss millwork, also incorporating a concealed pantry and quartz surfaces. An impressive wine cooler displays bottles horizontally over steel and walnut, spanning from floor to ceiling. Features were integrated
forming the concrete leading to the entryway? Are they multiple slabs all individually formed?
What type of wood is on entry ceiling (above the door). Did you apply any coat or paint on it or it's color is natural?
The sandblasted concrete slabs were all formed and poured in place. The form edge is critical in creating crisp, sharp edges on the slabs. Sorry for our delayed response - hope that helps!
Arkin Tilt Architects
where is the natural edge plank for the bench from?
The live edge slab of wood spans from one wall to the other, and is supported by hanger bolts that slide into a kerf in both ends. ~ Arkin Tilt Architects
Wooden slab! Love it.
Entry bench slab wood
Natural wooden bench
Natural wood bench...Natural Bench...Natural log seat
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House entry
wrapped in SIPs (structural insulated panels), both walls and the roof. The house is slab on grade, insulated from below. The concrete slab was poured with a radiant heating system inside and the top of the slab was polished and left exposed as the flooring surface. Fiberglass windows with an extremely
door openings as airtight as possible. The fact that the house is so airtight along with the high overall insulatory value achieved from the insulated slab, SIPs panels, and windows make the house very energy efficient. The house utilizes an air exchanger, a device that brings fresh air in from outside
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Landscapes by Dallas Foster, Inc
formality and cottage, shades of grey and green, natural materials
Using a slab as a step
the natural country garden look
Step slab at door...stone slab...Slab step
Sticks and Stones Design Group inc.
OKANAGAN LOG HOME
This exceptional log home is remotely located and perfectly situated to complement the natural surroundings. The home fully utilizes its spectacular views. Our design for the homeowners blends elements of rustic elegance juxtaposed with modern clean lines. It’s a sensational space where the rugged, tactile
Hello, the stone is Rocky Mountain Quartz Flagstone, random sizes – Note that thicknesses of quartz pieces will vary – installer must build up floor as necessary to ensure even surface. Check out the whole house story
BRICK AND STONE, very natural elements, beautiful
Wenge Veneer stained black, Lacquered white posts and laminated background. By: Bluerock Cabinets http://www.bluerockcabinets.com Quartz Counter Hanstone Quartz col: Specchio White By: Leeza distribution in VSL http://www.leezadistribution.com Porcelain Tile Floor: Fabrique white and black linen
contemporary hotel chic palette inspired by their travels in Paris. Using the classic black and white color combination, a touch of glam, the warm natural color of cherry wood and the technology and innovation brought this retreat to a new level of relaxation. CLIENTS NEEDS Better flow, Space to blend
pattern to blend with each surrounding areas. Use contrasting elements, but control with tone on tone textured materials such as wall tile. Use warm natural materials such as; solid cherry shaker style pocket doors. Enhance architectural details. Plan for custom storage using ergonomics solutions for
Tim Clarke Design
Slabs of concrete with pebbles in between
Bench, large slabs of concrete with pebble strips
these small stones between concrete slabs are OK
Concrete slab with stone
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
Okanagan Log Home
floating wood slab, with glass railing against rock
staircase leads to a second-floor landing and lounge. Chandelier: Hammerton, Log and Timber; stone: Kettle Valley Stone, Rustic Ledgestone; floors: quartz flagstone; chairs: Warison; table: Rustique Furniture