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Oakley Home Builders
Oakley Home Builders
tops, White Linen glazed custom cabinetry on the parameter and Gunstock stain on the island, the vent hood and around the stove. The Flooring is American Walnut in varying sizes. There is a natural stacked stone on as the backsplash under the hood with a travertine subway tile acting as the backsplash
Flooring is American Walnut in varying sizes. There is a natural stacked stone on as the backsplash under the hood with a travertine subway tile acting as the backsplash under the cabinetry. Two tones of wall paint were used in the kitchen. Oyster bar is found as well as Morning Fog.
The flooring is American Walnut in varying sizes.
The flooring is American Walnut in varying sizes. The perimeter
Plum and Crimson Fine Interior Design
2008 Showcase of Homes
Thanks ! The floor is 2 1/4" #1 Common red oak with a 50/50 mix of Early American and Provincial stain.
simple storage containers. Plentiful American timber made it unnecessary to ship bulky furniture across the Atlantic at a great expense: thus, from the beginning, furniture making was an essential trade in the colonies.
Early American or Colonial - Early American furniture is rudimentary, utilitarian
Early American or Colonial - Early American furniture is rudimentary, utilitarian furniture made from local woods. It was brought from or modeled after European furniture styles, particularly from England, France, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, and Spain.
Floor...mix of provincial and early American
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
North American Black Walnut!! Its beautiful! Here are some recent shots of another floor we made for a Houzz user. Let us know if you have any questions.
floor color - north american black walnut
NORTH AMERICAN BLACK WALNUT
North American Black walnut flooring
floor black American walnut
North American Dark Walnut
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
Allen Residence - Whole Home Design and Remodel
The floor is a red oak and the stain color is Early American
red oak - early american
early American stain
Red oak with early american
all the woods colors and tones are similar but not too matchy solid american black walnut for the countertops, cabinets a lighter shade of walnut veneer , solid oak floor
solid American black walnut for the countertops.
American black walnut counter for dinning rm
being used at once.The galley kitchen is a study in wood. All the wood colors and tones are similar but not too matchy. Hsu and McCullough chose solid American black walnut for the countertops. It complemented the other materials used in the house, it was comparably priced to the other materials that they
DDB Design Development & Building
DDB DESIGN 2012 Kitchen Design
limed and smoked American Oak timber pan
American Oak veneer cabinetry
Limed American Oak floor boards
Hi there I love the floors and am installing American oak also, could you tell me what finish is on the boards in this photo. Thanks
Limed American oak floor
From Kell above: This is American Cherry hardwood and it has a clear poly on it.
This is American Cherry hardwood and it has a clear poly on it.
cabinets, end of island design, maybe granite (American Cherry hardwood and it has a clear poly)
American Cherry...American cherry'
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
4 children, 2 dogs, and 6 cats. I think that's why Americans have over the years embraced "engineered" (read: man-made) products such as Corian, Cultured Marble, and paneling. (Okay, we all know that there's a good and a bad side to being American.) So you have to decide how European you really are
Waterstone. They are a local company in the San Diego area, and they make the only fully American-made faucets on the market (other companies assemble faucets here with pieces from other countries and then call them American-made). Waterstone was started by a Navy guy so all the faucets have Navy names; the
Thank you very much for Shari g the faucet info. I hope I can find something from Waterstone as I'm a firm believer in all American made