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John Henry Architect
3 Reviews
Venetian Style Waterfront Palazzo
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Venetian style Palazzo. The main living areas are on the second and third floors while the first is utilitarian, as the period model. Built at a cost of
the centerpiece of the house. A delicate curving stairway connects both floors detailed with metal and ceramic. Interior stone carved door surrounds and
bedrooms. 4 car garage, fountain courtyard, Game room and storage on ground floor.
arches and a single loaded front exterior stairway with carved stone accents. Wood corbels and brackets offer a contrast to the finely detailed stone carved
who makes railings on stairway are they wood and metal
stairs were done by Stairmasters – wood and metal. The contact is Bret (owner) 813-854-3905 Brett came up with the wood selection and we picked the metal
“Stairs” — mroberts412
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Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Bowman, Greenbelt Homes, Austin TX
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these floors are beautiful! what brand and color stain did you use?
Warm wood ceiling , front door style, concrete floors
Wood ceiling...Wood trim Deck door?...again, love the floors...Wood ceiling defining entryway...floor and door
“Interesting Entry” — 53711
Crisp Architects
49 Reviews
Historic Home Expanded
Ideabooks288
Questions4
Hi, What type of flooring is this? And what is the stain? Thank you!
wood door, windows on side, simplicity, bench
what wood are the internal doors...Mushroom Wood with a natural finish...Doors and floor colour...Floor. Mushroom wood natural finish
“Painting on the right side” — lm301
Gonyea Homes & Remodeling
3 Reviews
Entry - The Meadows Model – 2014 Spring Parade
Ideabooks148
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Durable engineered wood floor. Box vault ceiling with dark wood bead-board. Photography by Spacecrafting.
wood inlaid ceiling detail. Iron stair railing.
love dark wood ceiling in entryway...color of floors...first floor color...Maple dappled engineered flooring.
“Ceiling” — j_owens
Wud Furniture Design
Floating Console
Ideabooks7,166
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Striking Red Gum wood floating console with Zinc encased in Resin countertop. Custom designed by Wud Furniture.
I was wondering about the floor what kind of wood and color
enter, even in a small space. A simple floating console doesn’t take up any floor space, and a large round mirror makes the space seem bigger.
“floating shelf” — toothfreak
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
Ideabooks14,813
Questions23
question and I need to order the wood ASAP. Do u know if the boards are 6 or 8 inch and do u know what kind of wood they used? Spruce? Is is a satin
what are the floors in this house? I really like the warmth of them but the lighter color.
What species of wood was used?...Did u Sheetrock behind or use wood...Just really like the natural wood doors...natural wood as a foil for white
“wooden doors and shiplap for foyer” — elizabethwhatley
Soul Space
13 Reviews
entry with entry waterfall
Ideabooks1,432
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If the sunken wood was the glass, this might be cool.
home. Solid doors are preferable to transparent or see-through doors, and wood is typically better than glass or steel.
The wood door...wood deck to door
“Large front door. Oversized” — joshuabarnes
PMWArchitects
PMW Architects-Tower House
Ideabooks165
Questions0
, The maple bulge at the first floor, the copper wall at the second floor and the mahogany “armoire” at the third floor).  
condition about which the major details and materials are deployed. • At each floor, there is a major body-scaled detail which directs or frames the relationship
Yin & yang represented here as front doors. The repeating grid pattern throughout this entry unifies the space.
Yin & yang represented here as front doors. The repeating grid pattern throughout this entry unifies the space.
“door!” — Andrew Staniforth
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