302 houndstooth pattern Entry Design Photos

Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects
Cherry Creek
important, because the pattern size can either enhance the size of the space or cause it to visually "shrink". Just my 2 cents. Nice pattern, however... always
Its a custom site finished black walnut floor in herringbone pattern. We offer this flooring if you have any questions feel free to contact me. joel@o
Waaayyyy late to comment... but it's probably either a 4" x 28" or 5" x 35" pattern. Herringbone MUST have a length that is a multiple of the board WIDTH..
species to accommodate any room or area configuration. The scale of the pattern to the room/area is an important consideration, because the proper "scale"
herringbone pattern with reg floor pattern
“doorways and floor color” — nballem
Brian Watford ID
7 Reviews
Repeat a pattern. A simple graphic patterned carpet lines the stairs of this traditionally paneled entry
designer's trick by repeating the shape within the room. In this entry, the pattern in the stair runner has a similar shape as the pendant, establishing continuity
entry. On closer inspection, we see that the modern pattern echoes the geometric leaded glass of the pendant light and the clerestory windows above the seating
“runner” — kwalkr28
Candelaria Design Associates
10 Reviews
Traditional Homes
pattern and then straight in other rooms
chevron pattern...Pattern, color, foyer look...Floor pattern...Flooring pattern...chevron pattern floor...Like: floor patterns Hate: ......in chevron pattern...Color of wood, pattern
“herringbone, dark stain” — bertiefarrell
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Design Resource
4 Reviews
Federal Colonial Restoration
was this pattern stained on the hard wood floor?
The wood is Rift & Quartered Oak. The pattern looks stained into it. Incredibly beautiful!
Love the contrast of wood floor and white elaborate trim and walls. Also like the pattern to the
Floor pattern...Hardwood floor pattern...wood floor pattern...trellis pattern
“custom stain design” — Tina Hansen
E. B. Mahoney Builders, Inc.
3 Reviews
Radnor House
Could do marmoleum in the pattern and color combo in the kitchen to blend with wood
If you aren’t ready to commit to paint, you can stain a pattern on your floors as well — much subtler but just as impressive.More tips on painting hardwood
If you aren’t ready to commit to paint, you can stain a pattern on your floors as well — much subtler but just as impressive.Check out 25
Like the diamond pattern on wood planks
“custom stain design” — Tina Hansen
Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
21 Reviews
the cool satiated marble floor has a traditional form in the herringbone pattern but a modern flair in the choice of stone. The entry is open to the study
so much we used in our master bath as well ....we also found an hexagon pattern made out of the exact same limestone - we used in the shower and toilet
an 8"x 16" size and we cut it into the 4"x 16" to make the herringbone pattern. The dark part of the floor is white oak.
tiles cut into 4x16 for herringbone pattern
“Entry light” — sabrinadstroud
Castro Design Studio
6 Reviews
east lake
Herringbone Pattern Of Hardwood Floor, Maybe could be done in our foyer.
Nice patterned entry. Not quite enough to stand out but better than most.
Do different wood pattern in entry...herringbone pattern...same floor laid differeent pattern...wood with a pattern?
“white wood molding and paneling, tray ceiling” — Pacific Weddings
Vanguard Studio Inc.
3 Reviews
104 Shore Oaks
Classic pattern with marble; very elegant and timeless...nice for you Sam
“i love the floor. is it marble or tiles?” “Classic pattern with marble; very elegant and timeless...nice for you Sam” “Piano in foyer
Tile pattern...pattern and diagonal layout...like #1 pattern floor tile...Pattern on floor
“floor and color tone” — cxd531
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