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Flooring: engineered black walnut with clear finish.
Floor engineered American black walnut
Engineered black walnut
They're engineered not vinyl right?
Palo Alto ResidenceCCS ARCHITECTURE
Are they hardwood or engineered? Brand and color please. Thank you!
Love the whole concept of this kid's room. Clean design. I would like to know what kind of hardwood floor you used? Thanks! J
floating engineered flooring (as opposed to a fixed solid hardwood) so it can be relativity changed out easier later on
Hardwood floor is American walnut, Sourced from Golden State Lumber in San Rafael, CA. (locally sourced).
share what hardwood and how they were finished thanks
flooring- hardwood, engineered, brand?
Love the hardwood , colors and esk
Simplicity and hardwood floors
Hardwood floor...dark hardwood floor...dark hardwood
This bedroom features oak hardwood floors, custom cove molding, Craftsman tool chests as furniture, recessed lighting, and "motor" ceiling fan. Wall color SW 6149 Relaxed Khaki.
Automotive BedroomPriester's Custom Contracting, LLC
features oak hardwood floors, custom cove molding, Craftsman tool chests as furniture, recessed lighting, and "motor" ceiling fan. Wall color SW 6149 Relaxed Khaki.
oak hardwood floors...medium hardwood...theme engine fan
This room was designed for 2 young boys. A space that they can grow up in. Using navy blue and grey with orange accents.
Transitional homeFina Designs
Is it engineered wood?
is an engineered walnut.
Richardson ResidenceGeoff Chick & Associates
light hardwood...Engine-room chic
Regal HeightsShirley Meisels
Lake TahoeLori Dennis, ASID, LEED AP
he fire engine alone? Is it custom built?
Thomas the engine? Lol. I know this is not possible but very cute.
Fire engine playhouse
fire engine bed room
Fire engine...ABOVE ENGINE...The Fire engine bed
Kid's BedroomsLKM Design
Swedish engineers. The houses in Sweden are smaller and they get very creative with their use of space. I picked up a shelf similar to the one here a few years ago there. I love their quality and the prices wont bust your budget!
A typical post-1906 Noe Valley house is simultaneously restored, expanded and redesigned to keep what works and rethink what doesn’t. The front façade, is scraped and painted a crisp monochrome white—it worked. The new asymmetrical gabled rear addition takes the place of a windowless dead end box that didn’t. A “Great kitchen”, open yet formally defined living and dining rooms, a generous master suite, and kid’s rooms with nooks and crannies, all make for a newly designed house that straddles old and new.
DouglassChr DAUER Architects
Structural Engineer: Gregory Paul Wallace SE General Contractor: Cardea Building Co. Interior Design: Ken Fulk Photographer: Open Homes Photography