1,011 turned base Hall Design Photos

dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Master Hall
Ideabooks37,850
Questions28
and it's turned on itself, does that result in having to set the casing as much as 1/2" from the door leaving the doorframe exposed 1/2", instead of the usual 1/8"? Thanks again!
Hello your base boards and Door
of the base boards here? Thanks!
above the base boards. If that molding is at 3/4" thick then per the above pic the baseboard shell be 3/4" in width
how thick are the base boards
I know the baseboards are 12" tall but how thick are they at the base? It looks like it is more 1"
an oil based polyurethane applied to it. We like the oil based polyurethane on dark hardwood flooring applications because the amber tone in the oil adds depth to the flooring finish, and it is a very durable long lasting product. However, it takes longer to install than water based, and you would need
“Color for nook!” — sherriefunk
Kemp Hall Studio
22 Reviews
Gallery
Ideabooks15,784
Questions14
it can turn greenish so make sure you do a lot of samples!! Also, look at it in different light as it will turn.
but the base was Minwax special walnut. We added a variety of stains to achieve a bit more of the warm grey look you see in the photo. Satin floor finish. Kemp Hall Studio Wall color While I don't have the specific color, it is the same as the wall color in a different sheen. We used satin on the trim
but the base was Minwax special walnut. We added a variety of stains to achieve a bit more of the warm grey look you see in the photo. some ebony (warns if too much ebony=green) satin and tong oil
“Total look” — dedachpe
Frederick + Frederick Architects
3 Reviews
Palmetto Tree Bookcase
Ideabooks6,092
Questions6
and oil-based enamel. You may want to prime the floors first. I suggest waiting 24 hours between all layers of paint, as well as keeping the room warm so that the paint will dry quicker and more evenly. 2. Using a roller, paint on a layer of the paint color of your choosing. If it is too thick, it
an oil-based polyurethane clear coat. Oil paint can be a real pain, but with all of the beatings that your floor gets, it is the way to go for longevity. For a modern look, try a bold high gloss color. For a more traditional approach, think about a harlequin floor pattern or border around the edges
how it turns out! I love the look of painted wood.
Possibly turn dining room into a library? Paint floor, new color, new curtains...
“Trunks” — cassinilouise
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks2,560
Questions5
trim and base painted. I assume our trim and bases will be painted too since all the casing are painted and I'm not sure how where we'd decided to stop the paint. I guess just casings painted and the base and rest of trim could be another finish? Even if not, I like the height and pattern of the pine
staircase, turn of the century black wrought iron fixtures
trim and base molding painted dark
“Desert Tan 2153-50 Paint” — thejuliehebert
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks3,612
Questions5
block base and larger base around door opening. Pilaster vertical trim.
turn at bottom of stairs
base and door framing
Look at base
“Door trim” — wjayhawk
Turn Collaborative
Superior St. Residence
Ideabooks13,556
Questions10
reveal to base. Which size reglet is it? Thanks.
Turn Collaborative
“visual texture” — Abby Hendren
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
3 Reviews
Cove Park Residence
Ideabooks3,501
Questions2
turn in the staircase, size of the opening
turn at top of stairs
Base boards
“Montée d'escalier au-dessus de cuisine?” — jmaisonneuve
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Party Shack
Ideabooks752
Questions3
hallways and turn zones allow individuals with wheelchairs to easily turn and navigate. Aim for a minimum of 5 feet wide on average; however, some in motorized chairs will need a more generous 7 feet radius to turn their chairs.
Turn zones 5-7 feet and door
Wider hallways and turn zones allow
easily turn and navigate. Aim for a minimum of 5 feet wide on average; however, some in motorized chairs will need a more generous 7 feet radius to turn their chairs.
ramp; turning space for Electric wheelchairs. A covered or sheltered entryway offers homeowners and visitors alike shelter from the weather. This benefits those with mobility aids who need to put things aside to manipulate keys and doors. For even quicker access, keyless push-button entry systems eliminate
“indoor wheelchair ramp” — jgf37
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