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Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Ideabooks6,876
Questions5
It was selected by the interior designers at Tracery. I am not sure if it is listed, but here is a link to the full resource guide for the 2012 Southern Living Idea House, which lists all products
It was selected by the interior designers at Tracery. I am not sure if it is listed, but here is a link to the full resource guide for the 2012 Southern Living Idea House, which lists all products, fabrics, paint colors,
Historical ConceptsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Team white with texture Traditional country schemes favour soft rather than crisp tones. Cream is often used instead of white, for example. In this hallway, though, white is teamed with lots of texture from the wooden panelling, distressed
“under the stairs?” — Hollie Loveless
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks6,252
Questions11
To view other projects by TruexCullins Architecture + Interior design visit www.truexcullins.com Photos taken by Jim Westphalen
It looks like there is no baseboard in this photo. We are building and need to know how to finish the drywall if we don't plan to add a baseboard. How do we get the smooth line? Is there anything
concrete floor and white wall, contrast wood doors
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo Here are just some of the benefits
with white walls & wooden doors. Simple.
clean look, like the concrete floor and maple interior doors
“Concrete color” — uofil
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks10,038
Questions16
I really like the interior doors. Where did they come from?
I love the three wall colors used here, as well as the soft white trim color. Could Smith and Vansant share the colors they used? Thank you so much!
I'm putting 11.5 inch reclaimed white oak in my house and these look identical. So that's my guess, white oak in natural.
From this doorway to the end wall is 27 feet. You might take a clue from this photo, where we have defined the transition between rooms, at door thresholds, by alternating the wood direction the width of the jamb. I don't know if your
Similar colors to try (near to far) are Sassy Green 6416, Blonde 6128 and Online 7072, and the trim looks like Extra White 7006, all by Sherwin-Williams.
“doors” — Rakesh Thappa
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Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Cozy Hallway Double Daybed Bridge
Ideabooks8,792
Questions7
Ike Kligerman BarkleySave to IdeabookEmail Photo Add a passageway as part of a hall. If you have a very long hallway, consider breaking it up into bays. Here the passageway is nearly a room unto itself, as it houses a reading nook and a window seat with storage cubbies near the floor
room unto itself, as it houses a reading nook and a window seat with storage cubbies near the floor. Make sure you leave at least 36 inches of floor space for circulation.
Ike Kligerman BarkleySave to IdeabookEmail Photo Add a passageway as part
itself, as it houses a reading nook and a window seat with storage cubbies near the floor. Make sure you leave at least 36 inches of floor space for circulation.
If you have a very long hallway, consider breaking it up into bays. Here the passageway is nearly a room unto itself, as it houses a reading
“long hallway” — jeng70
Windover Construction
5 Reviews
Equestrian Estate
Ideabooks2,300
Questions0
Book shelves. White/brown wood. Needs some columns to attach to the ceiling.
shelves -- white w/ stained wooden top (office nook, basement)
wood on top of white shelves
kinda like davis house
Hallway shelf and photos
cabin interior...white trim...white walls
“Simple” — jludd
Demetriades + Walker
16 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,341
Questions2
Post and beam house with white dove walls oc17
In home interiors the use of metal is often
Use cattle panels on interior as railings for stairs and loft.
In home interiors the use of metal is often required to be more refined. Woven-wire fabrics like the guard infill for this contemporary farmhouse comfortably
wax finish on white walls for an uneven sheen
Fir 3 panel doors with white trim
Demetriades + Walker Save Email Stair Guards In home interiors the use of metal is often required to be more refined. Woven-wire fabrics like the guard infill for this contemporary farmhouse comfortably bridge
lumière naturelle et éclairent cet espace. Le garde-corps est garni d’un tissu en maille métallique GKD.Peinture murale : White Dove, Benjamin Moore
“Clean and natural, modern feel” — Steven Lagenour
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Green Springs Farm
Ideabooks920
Questions2
The marble both black and white but especially the black is awesome! Where is it from and what is it called?
Marquina on the right and China Black on the left. Now for the white tile, you want a really, really premium white based Italian marble. The only people that can produce and sell that for $7.00SF is The Builder Depot. Our premium white is called Carrara Venato 12x12" polished and is just $7.00SF:
Nero Marquina. If you have a good enough supplier (like ourselves) we can actually be specific enough to the amount of white veining in the black tile. The thinner and narrower the white veining the more expensive it becomes. Nero Marquina gets easily copied by cheap versions of China black. In the last
“i don't like how the tile flows with rest of house and rooms here.” — camillemariea
Modern Organic Interiors
Modern farmhouse
Ideabooks3,300
Questions1
Photographer: Isabelle Eubanks Interiors: Modern Organic Interiors, Architect: Simpson Design Group, Builder: Milne Design and Build
white wood rails with oak top
Black & white photos
Bead board plus white shelves
White frames...Organic Interiors
“Bookshelf design” — yyang76
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