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Woodvalley House - Interiors
What type of wood was used for the wall? Beautiful!
how was the wall done? can you give me some ideas ... i love it !
what materials were used on the floor&wall. cam you tell me who makes them and yhe color names?
What kind of wood is on the wall.
use of wood on interior walls
Wood wall to floor with no baseboard
4. Add a focal point. If the end of the hallway isn't a door or window but a blank wall, add some artwork to draw the viewer in.
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Frederick + Frederick Architects
lowcountry river house
How was the wood on the walls finished?
how were these floors finished? Will this pine wear out quickly because pine is such a soft wood? People have tried to steer me away from using it.
Is the wood on the walls a lap board tongue and groove, or just pine board nailed to the walls?
What color is the wall paint and what was the white wash ratio?
Smooth or rough sawn? Whitewash finish used?
Thanks for the kudos!!!! The painter and floor finisher were two different people. The common element is that the walls and floors are both reclaimed wood.
What finish did you apply to the
I would guess it is the patina of reclaimed wood plus a type of protective finish.
Frederick + Frederick Architects It is river recovered heart pine. With clear finish!
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
know what these kind of wall panels are called, what type of wood they might be and where I might be able to buy them? Thanks!
How are these doors locked? Can they open in both directions? Is there a slight gap between the edge of the door and the wall when the door is closed
I love the wall panels and invisible doors. Would you happen to know the supplier for the door hinge hardware? Mark.
I would love to apply this to my foyer upstairs, just enough wall space to make it practical, but, prep work
panel doors detail to look like wall instead of doors
Wall concept for entry door to master bath
Love the wood panelled wall and the lighting above the one wall.
Doors (interior) - modern, part of wall, door becomes part of the wall vs. separate from the wall
Paula Grace Designs, Inc.
Ashburn Home Hall
Can you please tell me the color of the walls and ceiling?
blend - for every gallon of base white flat add one quart pigment of the walls. So the paint store would add the amount of Lenox Tan color of one quart to a gallon of base white flat. That ensures a nice relationship bewteen the walls and ceiling - not a sharp contrast.
basement type art on opened area wall
wall art and wall txt color . 31 hall or loft idea 81 hs
other neutrals in the taupe and gray families as well. It will add a soft finish without overpowering your piece. The taupe color works especially well with gold frames, and the gray colors are nice complements to silver frame finishes.
neutrals in the taupe and gray families as well. It will add a soft finish without overpowering your piece. The taupe color works especially well with gold frames, and the gray colors are nice complements to silver frame finishes.
Brennan + Company Architects
the swell house
What are the acoustic attributes of this door & metal wall?
more than the open wall above!
Plain door - what about on the wall instead? Quote: Great ideas for using corrugated metal. In terms of echoing, perforated corrugated metal can be used with a sound absorbing material behind.
corrugated metal against foundation in basement for finishing look - see 2nd frame
Possible wall and door for my closet
this wall, you barely notice the narrow proportions of the hallway.
Steel studs are shown in this image, where the wall meets
WallsCorrugated metal is made in panels typically between 24 and 40 inches wide and 8 feet long or longer, making it a great solution for cladding walls. The corrugations, or waves, come in various profiles. A slim profile, meaning
Robert J Erdmann Design, LLC
Robert J Erdmann Design, LLC
great look! can you tell me what colour you used for wall and trim please. Thank you.
Choosing a finish. "When it comes to finish, beauty is in the eye of the beholder," says Watson. However, you can also choose a finish based on the room's purpose. Flat finishes — including matte and eggshell — are generally best for ceilings and walls where you want to hide any i
paint's matte finish also does well with routine cleaning, making it a good option for less frequently used spaces, like formal living and dining rooms. "The angular shine of flat finishes helps make walls smooth and washable, simply with a damp sponge," says Jordan. However, glossier finishes — including
Choosing a finish. "When it comes to finish, beauty is in the eye of the beholder," says Watson. However, you can also choose a finish based on the room's purpose. Flat finishes — including matte and eggshell — are generally best for ceilings and walls where you want to hide any imperfections. "With
Michael Abrams Limited
Is this an acceptable wall design?
I really like the different size mirrors on the wall!
Michael, love seeing your work on Houzz! Can you recommend a wall color for a new formal dining room? The entry way is Shaker Beige
What a great color combinations on all your design!! May I know what is your choice white trim color to go with Shaker Beige? Dover White? Line white? Mayonnaise? As I am planning to paint the whole house wall color in Shaker Beige
does anyone know the wall color used
Hi Michael, I have the exact situation in my home. I have a long wall and a narrow hallway and stairs in the exact location.I can't put a console table or anything so i need to focus on how to fill the wall. How much would this run me? What's the best way to go about doing something similar
John Maniscalco Architecture
Larkin Street Residence
The baseboards on the painted wall - is that just painted on?
hi, what is the kind of wood material used for the left wall/cabinet?
trying to move furniture down a hall that narrow. If possible, tear down hallway walls where they border living areas - if the hallway begins or ends behind a living room, bkfst rm, etc... then tear out that partof the wall to make the actual hall passage shorter - but you'll still have to move bedroom
footage, so tearing down any portion of a wall, even if you have to leave a column and/or header, means not only is the hallway effectively wider, but the adjacent room just gained 3 ft of space! Now you can have a console or hutch or artwork, whatever, on the hall wall, that's part of the adjacent room! win/win