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Studio Becker- Bespoke Cabinetry and Millwork
of San Francisco was literally from floor to ceiling. Studio Becker custom built everything from the bed and shoji screens to the interior doors and wall paneling...and of course the kitchen, baths and wardrobes! It’s all Studio Becker in this master bedroom - teak light boxes line the ceiling, shoji
shoji sliding doors conceal the walk-in closet and house the flat screen TV. A custom teak bed with a headboard and storage drawers below transition into full-height night stands with mirrored fronts (with lots of storage inside) and interior up-lit shelving with a light valance above. A window seat that
that provides additional storage and a lounging area finishes out the room. Teak wall paneling with a concealed touchless coat closet, interior shoji doors and a desk niche with an inset leather writing surface and cord catcher are just a few more of the customized features built for this condo. This
Mohler + Ghillino Architects
Hello! This is a beautiful home. What type of flooring is used? Any specifics would be much appreciated!
Profile for teak wood flooring
Cabinetry and flooring colors
Unit 2 floor & railing
Brown wall natural floor
capping bamboo floor at stairways
also the bamboo floor colors
İnteior design 1
shower teak floor and teak soap niche
cool toilet and shower....like the tile and teak floor
grigio floor tile on tub surround 6x24 with the 12x24 avorio wall tile
The toilet and the floor in the shower
use a strip of grigio floor tile on
horizontal stripe on floors
Michael McCloskey Design Group
Coolidge Road, Marblehead
This traditional home office is comfortable yet all business. The teak flooring, bamboo window treatments and natural wood trim and molding soften the feel of the room and give it a more residential feel. The comfortable leather chairs are angled toward the media monitors which are used for conference
Siemasko + Verbridge
Eastern Point Vista
particular was designed to emulate the pilothouse of a ship; the ceiling resembles the ribs of the inner carcass of a boat hull; materials like holly, teak and mahogany replicate boat materials; to amplify the effect. Yacht designer Joe Artese provided authentic yachting details in millwork and trim.
I love the nautical reference of the floors which look like an old mahogany boat. The dome even reminds me of a upside down stored boat.
Flooring and ceiling. This is the look I am going for in upper deck room
hull; materials like holly, teak and mahogany replicate boat materials; to amplify the effect. Yacht designer Joe Artese provided authentic yachting details in millwork and trim.
I like the roof. We could do something like this on the second floor.
Buckingham Floor Company
teak flooring on a diagnol
Window Accents by Vanessa Downs
Interior design and window treatments by Vanessa Downs
handscraped teak hardware floors