34 Veneer plaster Gym Design Photos

Douglas Design Studio
13 Reviews
Transitional Toronto Home
Ideabooks6,998
Questions5
Hi, love the wall. What is the stone veneer brand, name, color? Where did you get it? Thanks a lot!
Great work. Would you be kind to tell me who is the supplier for the stone veneer. Much appreciated. Daria
What type of stone veneer is that?
“Ramflex flooring” — laureent
Brunelleschi Construction
22 Reviews
Keenan
Ideabooks263
Questions1
upstairs in our home (it is an old house in need of remodel - lathe and plaster walls and ceiling, but interested in doing some fun things (like monkey
“painted yellow beams” — cmartin1460
J G Plastering, Inc.
2 Reviews
Stucco Rock Wall Climbing
Ideabooks229
Questions0
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“Gym” — Melinda Ericson
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Traditional Home Gym
Ideabooks6,121
Questions6
The walls are done in a custom hand applied venetian plaster. The color was custom mixed for this project.
“mirrors with side bar - lights and flooring” — dasmith5
Blansfield Builders, Inc.
10 Reviews
Circa 1700
Ideabooks5,579
Questions4
Wood planks or wood veneer tiles?
Wood veneer
“Double access to patio, glass sunroom feel” — BJ Byers
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
5 Reviews
Bridge Hollow
Ideabooks2,979
Questions2
consider brick veneer on front facing wall in basement gym
“la d├ęco” — Philippe Lubat
Thornton Design
17 Reviews
Kincaid Renovation
Ideabooks4,583
Questions7
What type of flooring is used for this home gym? Wood planks or veneer adhesive tiles? Is there foam padding underneath?
“Chin up bar” — djevans123
Bagnato Architects
1 Review
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks1,457
Questions5
I also love this wall. It actual is not wall paper but a plaster finish. We call it plaster in Australia but you may refer to it as a different name.
chosen colored artist pigment (In dust form not liquid) into a bag of white plaster dust. He then adds lime and water and trowels it onto a wall. The contractor
liked the finish. In regards to the ratio of colored pigment dust to white plaster, we experimented with ratios ourselves before giving the exact quantities
of coloured dust that all he needed to do was add to his bags of white plaster. Hope this helps, Regards, Dominic Bagnato
“niche hideaway” — jonijestings
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