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Copeland Architecture & Construction Inc
1 Review
Earth Flow
Ideabooks1,139
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love wood grain impressions in the concrete and the barn door
Concrete walls with wood grain
“Skylights” — whatahamiam
Jan Albert Design
1 Review
Jan Albert Design
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TYPES OF BAMBOO FLOORINGBamboo flooring is available in two forms: solid (horizontal grain, vertical grain or strand woven) and engineered.Horizontal- and vertical-grain solid bambooHorizontal-grain planks are made from layers of flat thin strips of bamboo that are glued and pressed together, creating
creating a surface that resembles bamboo in its natural state thanks to its distinctive, repetitive knuckle pattern. Vertical-grain floorboards (as shown here) have a more linear and uniform look, as they are constructed from thin strips of bamboo that are lined up and bonded together (you guessed it) vertically
“bamboo floor” — Jessica Parsons
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks1,463
Questions3
Natural wood grain on door at left of pic
Grain of the walnut cabinets
love the wood grain pattern
Wood grain Floating Pocket door
“teak for master vanity” — Prairie Design Build Inc
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NoHo Loft
Ideabooks1,974
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Lighter. More dramatic grain may work well w PLAM accents but would want grain horizontal
INTERESTING OPEN BOOKCASE IN MIDDLE OF WALL UNITS -- STEPPED-OUT - CONTEMPORARY WOOD GRAIN
Matched grain plywood cabinets
“Lower level? storage/hidden workspace” — Don Franklin
Hendricks Architecture
5 Reviews
Hallway
Ideabooks1,428
Questions3
Nice example of the difference between Clear, Vertical Grain Western Red Cedar (on the wall) and Clear, Mixed Grain Western Red Cedar (ceiling). Fantastically done!
Wood grain, basement, highlight wall?
“Grounding. Would be great for a basement level.” — foxonthewind
Traditional Hall
Ideabooks15,661
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Maple is a bit stronger than oak and shows less grain and striations, but it takes stain differently than oak because the base color is yellow. Maybe you could have your flooring contractor make some samples for you. That's what we did here -- samples were made until we got the stain color exactly right
a walnut stain and clear poly finish. The wood has enough grain color variation to keep it from showing a lot of lint or dust, but it's not exactly care free. (Nothing of any quality is.) Maple is a bit stronger than oak and shows less grain and striations, but it takes stain differently than oak because
“Walnut” — jamiemoss
kbcdevelopments
9 Reviews
Echo Beach
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The wall on the left is concrete. The forming technique is called board form. Using a series of wood boards in the forming process allows the wood grain and the widths of the boards to be imprinted into the concrete. Originally this was an early way to form walls, and is used here as an architectural
Concrete with wood grain imprint. Board form.
The wall on the left is concrete. The forming technique is called board form. Using a series of wood boards in the forming process allows the wood grain and the widths of the boards to be imprinted into the concrete. Originally this was an early way to form walls, and is used here as an architectural
“Pebble stone treatment.” — Dean Trevelino
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Hallway + Entry
Ideabooks395
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photo by Emerick Architects
“Door” — catgerube
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