33 antique white with espresso glaze Industrial Home Design Photos

Beyond Beige Interior Design Inc.
13 Reviews
Hamilton - Eclectic Industrial
Beyond Beige Interior Design, www.beyondbeige.com Ph: 604-876-3800 Randal Kurt Photography, Craftwork Construction, Scott Landon Antiques, Edgewater Studio.
Originally they were espresso brown and all upper cabinets were solid. To completely change the look and make this a one of a kind. We removed the interior panels in the upper cabinets and added antique chicken wire glass & glass interior shelves with lighting, We striped the espresso color off and had
had a specialty painter come and do a 3 part process of different shades of teal, crackle and antique chain effects. We added the concrete counter to the island and maple butcher block to the perimeter. Jazzed it all up with a beautiful custom marble chevron back splash and voila! Perfection : )
“Elena likes the blue cabinets” — easlemings
robert kelly
9 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
from 5/4" thick, rift and quarter sawn white oak. white oak I used on sailboat construction because of its water resistance
This is a custom wood window from Sebastopol Window. I salvaged glass from old windows to get the wavy glass effect. Single glaze custom wood windows with 7/8" muntin profiles
Antique lights are hard to find. E-bay is terrible for antique lighting except in the industrial style. Individual internet stores seem to be the best place to find these items. These
This is an antique sink from craigs list. They are frequently available, though the condition is usually not that great. New ones are available at strom plumbing aka
It is all white paint. The ceiling and walls are same color
“window” — michelletheede
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
NW 13th Avenue Loft
I have one from an antique shop - I think it's an los bread bowl
White subway tile/ industrial timber shelving
white subway tile, and rustic finishes
gray bottom white on top
white glazed brick...White vases...white countertop
“Lamp” — karolinanilsson
David Howell Design
2 Reviews
David Howell Design
This is the idea I had about the orange glazed wall...I wud want it to be more glazed than this...for the bedroom...what do u think
Brick, red, warm, antique ceiling
white tin ceiling
“Sofa” — yorkie131
Kitchens by Eileen
1 Review
Woodland Estate
The island is a custom color with glaze, similar in tone to Benjamin Moores Meditation (affinitiy colors). The perimeter is a white paint finish. The countertop is a soapstone. Thank you.
white wood...Antique look...White cabinets
“Paint tone” — jamimartin
Jarrett Design, LLC
15 Reviews
IMKDC Winner
pine antique, hand planed, then stained and rubbed with a cream glaze. The island counter thickness is 3" and the perimeter is 2". Thanks for asking!
Hello. The island is was inspired by an English pine antique. It is made of pine, hand planed, then stained and rubbed with a cream glaze. Thanks
island cabinetry with farmhouse sink + white cabs along walls
Jarrett Design, LLC Hello. The island is was inspired by an English pine antique. It is made of pine, hand planed, then stained and rubbed with a cream glaze. Thanks for asking
“I like this wood for the island” — Carla Kiernan
Studio Grey
8 Reviews
Bathroom 906
white glazed brick
Drawer style, but painted white
white concrete...Antique Brass...custom glazed tile...antique gold
“Drawer style, but painted white” — samzenger
Tracery Interiors
Master Bedroom
Custom steel windows are set between a frame of antique timbers, creating a pavillion like experience in this modernist addition to a 1920's era Spanish Revival residence in Homewood, Alabama. [in conjuction with John Bryan Hopkins, photo by Colleen Duffley]
of their unique features include narrow sight lines, high strength, low maintenance, and custom sized to each opening. All of our windows come fully glazed with triple seal glass & mounting flange options for installation. You are welcome to contact jerry@solidbronzewindows.com or call our office 210.832
note glazed corner of steel windows.
Optimum window mfg. antique wood frame
Like in some of the great 19th- and early-20th-century factories, warehouses and other industrial buildings, these steel-framed glazing systems can impart an industrial aesthetic when employed from floor to ceiling and corner to corner.
“Windows/doors with the curtain!” — leighrose23
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