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JAMES DIXON ARCHITECT PC
Party Barn / Sharon, Connecticut
would like to know about the floor. I love the color and the wide planks. Is it engineered hardwood?
Thanks for your comment. The floor is stained wide plank white oak (non-engineered).
The windows are 30" wide x 18" high. The sill height is 24" off the
It looks great! We just sent a similar 10" wide Rift & Quartered White Oak floor to another Houzz user. The natural look
Thanks for responding. They're engineered not vinyl right?
engineered black walnut with clear finish
Wide planks...Engineered walnut...Floor engineered American black walnut
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
the homeowner. The stain is semi transparent over pine. Take Care, Dan
sheet rocked first, to allow for fire taping and energy efficiency and the pine is applied on top.
I believe the room is 14' wide....The room is 14' wide
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great idea to run wood planks on the ceiling.
wide board celing...pine traditional
paint. Twin beds to move together as needed. White wood floors but wide planks.
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me the type of pine floor this is and the stain? Thanks! It is beautiful!
Is this red pine flooring,and what is the width of the pineThanks
I have knotty pine floors and walls. Can I stain the floors to the colour of the knots ( chocolate ) and paint over the knotty pine walls
Love this floor, is it antique heart pine?
ine. On the opposite side of the hardness scale sits pine, which is technically
Baseboard...too wide, but like the style
varies wildly with the species of pine used. If you're buying a pine floor, be sure to find out what kind of pine it is. Pine is a character wood. It has pin
Pine. On the opposite side of the hardness scale sits pine, which is technically not a hardwood at all. Pine is a soft wood, though
of wide plank floors are these? They are beautiful.
I love these floors! I'm about to install 2100 sq. feet of pine and
Fantastically expensive! LOL! We got 8", 10", and 12" wide planks for $2/square foot...I will just have to play with different stains and
efficient, yet complete use of space. Gotta give kudos to the Swedish engineers. The houses in Sweden are smaller and they get very creative with their
yes, it shard to achieve that rich honey color with the new pine. You could always sell the new wood and buy antique. The look is really
also circle sawn. You can faintly make out the marks on the furthest left plank. Really beautiful.
like the wide plank wood floor