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Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
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Walter Durham House Renovation
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Questions4
The waiscoting is custom. We would recommend you speak with a local mill shop or cabinetmaker to create something similar.
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Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
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c'est hot ! L'idée
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TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
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Can you tell what kind of brand lighting is used here?
What is the brand and name of the mosaic used here?
Google "Fry Reglet" or "BrandX" metals. It's called a reveal base. Message me if you like, i think I have some progress pics of this detail from my current project.
how these floors were done but ours achieved the same look and colour. Hope this helps. Barnett Design Studio: "I poured my slab. Had #3 r-bar @ 12" o.c. then scored the concrete in 4'x4' grid. We did an acid "stain". It really isn't a stain because it reacts with the concrete chemically....then grinded
“The color of the concrete with wood trim” — Integrity Home Contracting
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Hallway
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Questions5
Please, what paint brand color and finish we're used on both the wall and trim? Thank you!
Hi - the floor is 3/4" thick red oak. It was stained a combination of dark brown and ebony from Duraseal. Floor suppliers usually sell this brand and it works quite well. The top coat is waterbased matte sheen.
suppliers usually sell this brand and it works quite well. The top coat is waterbased matte sheen.
Floor suppliers usually sell this brand and it works quite well. The top coat is waterbased matte sheen. Cardea Building Co. Hi - the floor is 3/4" thick red oak. It was stained a combination of dark brown and ebony from Duraseal. Floor suppliers usually sell this brand and it works quite well. The top
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LisaLeo designs
15 Reviews
Artful Home
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Questions6
Can you please let me know the paint brand & color, Thank you.
Valspar's Window Shopping is a similar color.
at 1-800-851-2961 and any of our team members would be more than happy to answer any questions you have. http://www.thecableconnection.com/ultra-tec.html
Love the paint color--Valspar's Window Shopping or Pratt
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Robert kiejdan
4 Reviews
Dormers
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Questions9
Carpet, waffle wheat sisal, Does anyone know the Brand/Store and where I could buy in AUSTRALIA please, I have a large rug the same but has a couple of stains that carpet removal spray made worse...so love
Can you please tell me what brand/color this carpeting is?
clients; both of those choices are going to perform well in most homes.More flooring guides:Wood, vinyl, laminates, stone, ceramic and moreMore:How to Shop for a Persian RugHow to Choose the Right Rug for Your Entryway
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SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
TriBeCa loft
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large volume in stock and ready to ship, they also have a full custom door shop.
where is this flooring from? brand etc.
rWhite Architecture D.P.C.
“sleek simple barn doors cool kids” — allisonrshead
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Master Hall
Ideabooks41,821
Questions29
Which brand of stain was used? I looked through the Minwax colors but did not see chocolate. Thank you.
Our recommendation is to take paint samples from Benjamin Moore with you when shopping for blinds so that you can take the guess work out of matching or complimenting the honeycomb blinds and the wall color. Benjamin Moore paint card
Which brand of stain was used? Thanks.
The floors are rift & quarter sawn white oak with a custom blend dark stain. There is no brand or manufacturer as this is real wood, however the stain used is a custom blend that is 50% ebony with 50% chocolate applied to the floors in two coats
based polyurethane may need to be re-applied more often then oil based. In both cases its important to have a quality installer who can tell you which brands he recommends, and the benefits of each. Thank you for your question and good luck with your project!
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