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Four Seasons Vacation HomeHenderson Design Group
Wood door and trim in warm finish
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Vincent Longo Custom Builders built this luxurious trey ceiling in a new custom home in Atlanta, GA. This barrel vault was created using milled solid cherry. We molded the cherry in to raised panels and applied a custom mixed Gemeni Stain called Matheson Brown. This was finished in a clear satin lacquer finish.
Brookhaven Custom HomeVincent Longo Custom Builders
milled solid cherry. We molded the cherry in to raised panels and applied a custom mixed Gemeni Stain called Matheson Brown. This was finished in a clear satin lacquer finish.
Warm Wood Finish
EntryBrian Watford ID
What is the paint color in hallway? Is that a wax finish on top?
are 6" wide planks with a satin finish
White Oak takes a stain beautifully. It looks like the finisher used a satin or maybe even a matte finish over the stain.
Can you tell me the finish on the floors?
& Broad White Oak takes a stain beautifully. It looks like the finisher used a satin or maybe even a matte finish over the stain. April 28, 2014 at 5:32am Like PRO Brian Watford ID The floors are 6" wide planks with a satin finish December 14, 2012 at 5:32am Like dreamhomeinwkz Brian - the
2012 at 3:09pm Like 8 dokray Can you tell me what finish you used over the stain? It looks like a matte finish. Thanks!
It would be a big project, but you could lighten the wood finish in the library and entry to brighten the space.
Sumac Ln - EntryCustom Design/Build, Inc.
with orange, using too much purple can veer toward gaudy very quickly. Stick to a small dose and try purple on your home's front door. Whether you like warm or cool tones, purple can — surprisingly — complement almost any exterior palette.
Industrial and love the purple door to warm it up
orange, using too much purple can veer toward gaudy very quickly. Stick to a small dose and try purple on your home's front door. Whether you like warm or cool tones, purple can — surprisingly — complement almost any exterior palette.
reads as a warm orange-red. This unusual palette warms up this contemporary home and makes the entry welcoming and inviting.
Purple. As with orange, using too much purple can veer toward gaudy very quickly. Stick to a small dose and try purple on your home's front door. Whether you like warm or cool
Tuscan ProjectLetitia Holloway
The trim and doors are all custom painted by Delta City faux finishers. It was a four-step process. Please speak to a local faux finish shop or artist for assistance.
Love the finish for interior doors
really like the color and finish on this door
We could bulid this door and match the finish.
all in the finish: This molding received an instant texture injection by way of this brushed style. Using the same finish for both the doors and the molding creates cohesion.
Tapestries with a Renaissance, Neo-Classical theme add an Old-World charm. Try one with rusty reds in it for a warm feel. It
Summerhouse SkåneLASC Studio
Simplicity at it's best. I like the warm wood walls
Style Decorating Styles How to Get That Modern Scandinavian Look It's not all stark design and clean lines. Scandinavian decorating is surprisingly warm and ventures well beyond white Follow Samantha Schoech I am a former magazine editor specializing in travel and design. I just... More » 17 Bookmark
Travis Heights ShotgunRisherMartin Fine Homes
Hello! What finish are these door handles and locks? Thank you!
This hardware came from Emtek - it was all a brushed nickel finish.
Red Oak with a Warm Walnut stain
Red Oak floor with walnut finish
red oak - warm walnut
warm walnut stain...Front Door Finish
Amoroso DesignAmoroso Design
used here? It's a beautiful color and I love how you've mixed cool and warm tones here. Thanks for your help in advance.
Does the baseboard paint have the same finish as the wall paint? (Satin, matte, etc.)
Walls & baseboard same color. Warm wood railing. Color of paint on walls
warm wood tones go great with greige. light ceilings and floors keep it airy.
again taupe walls look good also with warm wood
Here is the entry area in the same home. The white ceiling and light travertine floor tile brighten up the space. And don't the warm wood tones look great against this color? This paint: Designer Shelly Amoroso used Benjamin Moore Alexandria Beige #HC-77.
In 2008 an extension was added to this small country home thus allowing the clients to redesign the main floor with a larger master suite, housing a separate vanity, and a bathroom filled with technology, elegance and luxury.
Hotel ChicTOC design
having a 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
and 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
weave pattern on wall and a practical bench platform made out of Staron-pebble frost, back-lit with a well concealed LED strip light. The glow of two warm white spot lights, highlight the rich marble wall and ties this luxuriant practical element inviting guests to the enticing journey of the on-suite
Who says green and sustainable design has to look like it? Designed to emulate the owner’s favorite country club, this fine estate home blends in with the natural surroundings of it’s hillside perch, and is so intoxicatingly beautiful, one hardly notices its numerous energy saving and green features.
Earthy ModernNoel Cross+Architects
Saturday afternoon barbecues and glitzy evening dinner parties alike. A glass “wall of wine” creates an elegant backdrop for the dining room table, the warm stained wood interior details make the home both comfortable and dramatic. The project’s energy saving features include: - a 5 kW roof mounted grid-tied
Noel Cross+ArchitectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Style Secret: Warm Metals Chrome and steel look as out of place with this style as flip-flops with a cocktail dress. Bronze, brass and copper with oil-rubbed, antique or patinated finishes complement the signature wood tones and enhance the overall feel
i like the dark brown finish and square globes
Classy use of finished post-and-beam style, wide door, and black hardware.