1,690 warm paint Industrial Home Design Photos

Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Ideabooks4,008
Questions5
great color combination with glass, concrete and warm paint colors
Industrial look. Use unfinished rusted steel beams vs painted. Concrete beams and large use of glass and storefront
Roszak painted the beams and walls to depart from the grayness of the concrete and complement
wood is introduced to warm space.
“Loft” — nancy mc neil decoratrice
threshold interiors
5 Reviews
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks2,599
Questions7
what is the paint color on the wall, brand? Thank you
Cool, but imagine also with warm painted frame and cool colors for our kitchen
Paint on wall/ceiling/floor color combo
“Table” — indesignhome
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks2,298
Questions3
More modern, love the colors. Still looks warm and space is welcoming. Fabric choices and warm white paint I think.
“Just Cool!” — Hugo Luna
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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9 Reviews
Minneapolis
Ideabooks2,495
Questions6
beautiful home. Because of this we do not have any information regarding the paint treatment. On the comment above this there was more discussion about the
interesting technique of applying a rust activator to a reactive metallic paint. Warm reds, oranges and golds are thought to be appetite-stimulating colors
interesting technique of applying a rust activator to a reactive metallic paint. Warm reds, oranges and golds are thought to be appetite-stimulating colors
“Love the rust but probably not practical!” — chris_heim
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
18 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks38,499
Questions36
What kind of paint is it and how did you apply it? Looks great!
what paint color is the ceiling? did you paint the stairs
the far wall in the family room. Walls are cream color and I would like a warm feeling with more color and textures. I am thinking of buying a leather
would love to paint my ceiling basement, however have run into difficulty with electrical inspection regarding what is allowed to be painted and what isn't
What finish is the paint, flat, eggshell, or semi-gloss?
what kind of paint did you use, did you just spray it before you got into anything else? does the paint hold up to the hot metal air ducts
basement...how would the black painted ceilings look? Would they look ever lower? What is the Brand and color of the paint? thank you!
“Plafond” — Annick Bernier
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks2,986
Questions2
On another photo from this project, it says the paint is Ryegrass by Sherwin Williams, and i think that looks closest to the photo
or study painted a soothing shade of green or blue is a wonderful place in which to unwind. If the rest of your home is filled with zesty, warm hues, having
or study painted a soothing shade of green or blue is a wonderful place in which to unwind. If the rest of your home is filled with zesty, warm hues, having
“2015 living/kitchen” — deekar
Holly Marder
The home of Stella and Joeri
Ideabooks2,592
Questions3
I am guessing that the floors are painted concrete? What type of paint/sealer is used, and what type of prep
what brand of paint was used and does it cover patched tack strip holes which are filled with quickset? Also will the paint stick to leveling compound
Valspar and was told that epoxy would be better than paint based on these factors but prefer to try paint.
Additionally, does the paint wear our / chip / flake over time?
This concrete floor was acid etched and then painted with a low-sheen paint, creating a matte look, and a topcoat was not used.
Painted concrete Painted concrete floors are a great low-cost option. Painting will protect
“wood” — kthlnblack
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Ideabooks2,336
Questions5
wall behind the dresser. Is it possible to know the color and brand of paint?
Nice warm color complimentary to the floor and white
swatches from paint companies can’t compare to what you learn when you paint on the wall in the finish you are considering. Always paint test patches before
samples on the walls or building, it’s still just guesswork. Seeing the paint in the chosen finish in 2-foot-square patches on the walls is the only way
decision. I stress this point to all of my clients. The patches should be painted across from a window, next to a window and next to any proposed accent wall
“Bourbon Orange and RUSSET” — mumbz
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