17,833 wood shop Entry Design Photos

The California Redwood Association
Sonoma Barn
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Cool workshop entrance for my shop
Nice exterior with wood like ours
Smaller side doors lead to a music room, a wood storage room, a finishing room and an office.
wood shop side door...Wood and door...Wood Bracing...wood corbel...wood exterior...wood siding
“Color” — robbskat
Colleen Brett
Geometric house
Ideabooks136
Questions0
a sleek, curved stand. As it turns out, Dana isn’t the only artist in the family. Her son Justin designed and built this table in his high school wood shop class to mimic a $3,000 table from one of his mother’s inspirational magazine clippings.
“Pretty table” — 1blackshadow
Erdreich Architecture, P.C.
library and entry hall
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wall of books. warm and wood
I've always wanted that bent wood chair with ottoman.
this one. http://www.lbclighting.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Store_Code=LS&Screen=PROD&Product_Code=ULMOLRA&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=googlebase&_vsrefdom=Shopping
Orangeish wood
“One wall” — lynnwiese
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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The Reclaimed Wood Shop
Reclaimed White Oak Coffee Table
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The Reclaimed Wood Shop
reclaimed wood coffee table
The Royal Wood Shop Ltd.
Avenue Road Newmarket
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The Royal Wood Shop Ltd.
The Royal Wood Shop Ltd.
Avenue Road Newmarket
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The Royal Wood Shop Ltd.
Lilah Horwitz
The Glass House
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Questions1
all of the wood, studs, nails and roofing. Their careful demolition allowed them to spend very little on the project — just about $500 for additional reclaimed windows and other building materials.
Feel of random glass, salvaged nature and salvaged barn wood, etc.
Luckily, they came across an old barn slated for demolition on Olson's family property. They took down the barn themselves, saving almost all of the wood, studs, nails and roofing. Their careful demolition allowed them to spend very little on the project — just about $500 for additional reclaimed windows
The couple came across an old barn slated for demolition on Olson’s family property. They took down the barn themselves, saving almost all of the wood, studs, nails and roofing for the new house, and only having to shell out on the reclaimed windows and building materials.Take a look around the rest
“Shop!” — Scott Roseburgh
Mark Davis Design
Atlanta Studio
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wood shop
cypress wood
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