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Reiko Feng Shui Design
3 Reviews
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design
Ideabooks11,729
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I've looked high and low to find a technique to create this aged brick look onto my dated brick fireplace (deep red
What's the treatment on the brick walls? They look great!
question. I just wanted to say how much I love this space. As soon as I looked at the photos I felt a sense of peace and tranquility. I could so move in
rags, and just kept working it until the new brick wall matched the look of the aged brick wall. It was a big job, but worth it!
the brick walls, we found that the window wall had bricks with an amazing aged patina, but the wall on the right in this photo was so disguesting that we
long sofa and long table look nice in a long space?
But, of course, not all the brick looked better at first. She painted along one side to give the brick an antique look and mask odd discolorations. Gray
“Wood ceiling + brick walls + chandelier” — ekfasy
Industrial Dining Room
Ideabooks7,551
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How did you get the aged look on the bricks please?
The bricks dont look raw bricks, they have a worn look with that white touch. Can you
as full brick except it's about 1/2" thick. You can get a very authentic look with this kind of product. I've included a photo of one of our thin brick
Looks like a Manhattan New York look! Twist calm and dashing
I think this look really appeals to a lot of younger buyers
brick and glass, with everything in just the right measure. To recreate the look in a side return extension, ask your builder to source reconditioned bricks
you please advise how to get that look?...Love the "worn" look on this brick.
“White washed brick wall” — melanieshoemaker
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
Ideabooks13,852
Questions6
joints, splits and checks that infuse them with character and mark their age.
Rustic look...Love this rustic modern look...Mesa Look madera
“Posts” — the Loft
Frederick County Furniture and Accessories
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Seattle Staged to Sell and Design LLC
92 Reviews
Condo in a historical building
Ideabooks2,413
Questions2
Brick walls, aged floors, beam ceiling... Great space!
Love this complete look for something a little more modern / contemporary.
warm look...industrial look +1...general look
“tabique aparente” — Marco D'Alessandro
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
homework desks
Ideabooks2,154
Questions2
It looks beautiful and encoders all the aspects of a workstation we need.
an amazing place to look at, it also feels warm, probably Photoshop lol, but I like the idea, this
A home with five school-age children has to work hard for the family, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the study area. Industrial-chic metal chairs
“hmmm. maybe” — amybarber75
Lauren Held Designs, LLC
Greenwich Village Apartment
Ideabooks550
Questions3
Where is the dining table from? It looks as though it can be expanded...
Aged walnut floors
“Desk in sunroom idea” — William Herman
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
Webster Residence
Ideabooks1,145
Questions1
looks rustic...Like the aged green color
“Glasdoor” — nette101
Modern Dining Room
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poured concrete floors in my converted garage/entertaining area. I love the look of the natural concrete, but many have said that I'll be cleaning up dust
should seal it in some way. What is your experience if any? This is the look I love and am on my way to creating something quite similar:
of acrylic filler, yet not sure if regular cement will hold (and will it look like a bunch of blotches being lighter than the older concrete?). Thought
slab in the basement, why not just finish it? I like this flat look over the wet look. I like this better than the wood tile and will last 100 years
Look at butt up of this smooth gray concrete floor to big tiles of similar color
applications, silicone-based penetrating sealers can be used to avoid the wet look. We can see here how concrete is a good flooring material for indoor-outdoor
“mmhhhh” — andile_26
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