123 ceruse gray oak wood Hall Design Photos

dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Master Hall
Ideabooks41,705
Questions29
Chelsea Gray (HC 168) Benjamin Moore
It's the narrower 1" board that does not have as much training/variation as the oak used here. This is exactly the look/color I was going for as we have a lot of wood detail, wide molding in our home. Currently our wood is a lighter/golden/reddish color. We are installing a sisal runner on our stairs
I suspect that the color is chelsea gray by bm !
Hi there, your picture is beautiful and certainly a busy blog! I am going to refinish my oak floors and was just wondering what part ebony to what part chocolate was mixed for this? Thanks if you can help me. :o)
Hi, thanks for your question. We love the Chelsea Gray, and feel it is a very versatile color that will probably compliment your sofa. However, the best way to know for sure is to pick up a swatch of the Chelsea Gray so that you can see it next to your burgundy sofa and under the lighting
“Floors” — barnetticus
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks2,884
Questions3
Grey/ stained wood for ceiling in master bed?
flip upside down, put the gray on the floor and the stain
Like grey sage and white and the
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Gray wood beams march in step with closet doors — an organic touch
High ho, Silver! These gray wood beams are carried throughout the entire space, bringing in a rustic element to this otherwise modern home. Cleverly, the space between the beams line
“grey beams” — markjackie7
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks3,647
Questions3
Rift-sawn oak-paneled niche between kitchen and living room. Photography by Marco Valencia.
love the look of this wood. Can you please tell me what was done to the rift-cut oak to give it this look? What specific stain was used? Thank you.
What is the color on the far walls that do not have any wood, please?
Honestly, I couldn't tell you- the GC's cabinet maker made several samples and the chosen one definitely had some blues and grays in it. I believe all of the samples were mixtures of Minwax products...
color / technique was used on the wood walls?
Hi These are from LV Wood Flooring in Manhattan. This is floor
10 inch oak, stained with blue/grey
like the color of the wood stain
Definition of Space: Hard wood makes your room seem much larger than it actually is. I would use this in a kitchen or hallway that needs to be opened up.
“LV wood flooring in Manhattan (8" wide antique scraped walnut)” — gioacchini
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
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Hull Historical
1 Review
French paneling
Ideabooks1,302
Questions5
This is a custom made opening that is made from a lot of curved and shaped pieces of wood. It is pretty labor intensive but also stunning. We do make these but are always custom. Hope that helps. B
Color wood floor and paint color
Love the grey, lines and arches, subtle pops of color
French panel grey and oak floor
“Walkways to dressing rooms” — esteri
Jill Wolff Interior Design
6 Reviews
Breezy Brentwood
Ideabooks14,097
Questions16
Classic Gray 1548 by Benjamin Moore
What is the light gray wall color and white trim please? Nice.
Garrison II white oak, grey wash
Love the flooring and looking for exactly that look. Could you please advise the wood type and finish? Thank you so much!
White Oak flooring with Rubio's Monocoat
Great color contrast for Laundry / Mudroom to garage. Like the wood floors: Garrison White Oak with Grey White Wash
mud room colors and wood work
Garrison " White Oak Gray Wash"
“I like how the inside of the open cabinet is painted a different color. Bench area open underneath” — Marlene Knobeloch
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Wetmore Residence
Ideabooks4,551
Questions9
Who makes this Antique English Oak stain? What type of wood is this?
The wood is antique english oak with a clear finish.
What is the wood and stain color?
Teal color complement with oak,....bathroom and use white/grey stone
The wood in contrast with the paint color
Trim around windows, stain is antique English oak
Antique oak w clear finish lovely
aligned with one another creating a vista, a common feature in grand European architecture from the Baroque period and beyond. Contrasting antique white oak trim accentuate the shape of these arches. The simplicity and uncluttered feel of the hallway allows the arches to sing.
This darker trim is the natural wood running through the house, balanced by simplicity around it in color and structure.
“Beautiful barrel hall & nice wood detail” — kristineballantyne
Antenora Architects
5 Reviews
Courtyard Residence
Ideabooks701
Questions1
Neat idea on the floor with the wood border
floor tile with perimeter wood inset
wood, ok. not the additional grey trim
Doors: I want to replace all of the interior doors with solid wood. These have a nice color. Ideally we would match wood/color of mudroom benches, office desk top, island butcher block, and doors.
“Sunlightt” — huchel2
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
5 Reviews
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
Ideabooks82,143
Questions42
WOW stunning gray-- is it a cooler or warmer one? would you mind sharing the color? thanks! wonderful work, also, i might add!
Love your work! is the paint color barren plain a shade of grey or beige? thank you
I am painting an entire house it is large but I am afraid that if I use a gray as the color of foyer an hall walls that that will limit me to darker colors. What do u think?
basement, but I keep worrying that Barren Plain will have a pink or purple hue. Have you noticed this with Barren Plain? I want a nice clean crisp gray color--which is what I see in this photo! Thanks!
Gray is a neutral colour so it shouldn't limit your colour choices in surrounding areas. Try and use a lighter warm gray like Benjamin Moore's Light Pewter 1464 and you shouldn't have any problems co-ordinating
“All......".” — zedi
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