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DLB Custom Home Design
15 Reviews
Wando River Private Residence
Ideabooks3,958
Questions9
it's actually a grass — bamboo has many of the same advantages and disadvantages as wood. It's a good option if you are looking to use a sustainably harvested material for your kitchen floor. Not all bamboo flooring is the same, however; be sure to look for moso bamboo, as it's considered the hardest and
it's actually a grass — bamboo has many of the same advantages and disadvantages as wood. It's a good option if you are looking to use a sustainably harvested material for your kitchen floor. Not all bamboo flooring is the same, however; be sure to look for moso bamboo, as it's considered the hardest and
it’s actually a grass – bamboo has many of the same advantages and disadvantages as wood. It’s a good option if you are looking to use a sustainably harvested material for your kitchen floor. Not all bamboo flooring is the same, however; be sure to look for Moso bamboo, as it’s considered the hardest and
“if we consider bamboo, look at moso” — bjkdr
Mid Continent Cabinetry
Sullivan Kitchen
Ideabooks7,231
Questions19
The island is Harvest with a Chocolate Glaze.
Hi dbraba, The island is Rustic Alder Harvest with Chocolate Glaze. Hope that helps! MC
Hi lgratkowski, The island is Rustic Alder Harvest with Chocolate
rustic alder harvest with chocolate glaze
Rustic Alder (harvest stain) with chocolate glaze
The cabinets on the back wall are Antique White with Chocolate Glaze. The island is Harvest with a Chocolate Glaze.
Island color -rustic alder harvest with chocolate glaze
“rustic alder harvest with chocolate glaze” — sherrymilligan
Dewson Construction Company
6 Reviews
Coastal Vacation Home
Ideabooks2,829
Questions5
Harvest table
Harvest table idea
“Table” — kimtom
Quail Lake
Ideabooks1,779
Questions7
beautiful harvest table - nice and big!
Harvest table and black wrought iron accessories
Harvest Table
“floor tile” — lsmanzo
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Ideabooks68,140
Questions71
I am in love with the color and materials of this kitchen. I am imagining a pared down version (minus decorations) for my new kitchen. The key parts would be the shiny herringbone tile backsplash white cabinets and grey countertops. My question: would two copper
wood can be the best or the worst of materials. It can be almost perfect when harvested sustainably. It's durable, it has a long life cycle, and milling can be simple and require little energy. However, wood that's not harvested sustainably can be environmentally destructive. When choosing wood floors
(FSC) is an independent agency that provides certification, or approval, to wood that's been harvested in a responsible manner. Think of it as wood's equivalent of organic.Local species: Wood that's been harvested locally minimizes transportation-related energy, supports the local economy and reinforces
“Lights over sink” — cerrkathy
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Wing House
Ideabooks5,560
Questions11
Thank you! The wood flooring is called Tiger wood and it is a sustainably harvested lumber product.
McClellan Architects Thank you! The wood flooring is called Tiger wood and it is a sustainably harvested lumber product. December 17, 2013 at 9:30AM Like 3 jolenerossi wrote: I love these Tiger Wood Floors and want to purchase them, do you have a
Tiger wood: a sustainably harvested lumber product.
Tiger Wood - a sustainably harvested lumber product
“Wood floors” — paw126
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks3,646
Questions7
underfoot, mold and mildew resistant, quite durable and easy to clean and maintain, because it is waterproof (think wine bottle stopper). Cork is harvested by stripping the bark from the cork oak tree, which grows back fairly quickly and is not harmed by the process. Cork is also relatively inexpensive
underfoot, mold and mildew resistant, quite durable and easy to clean and maintain, because it is waterproof (think wine bottle stopper). Cork is harvested by stripping the bark from the cork oak tree, which grows back fairly quickly and is not harmed by the process. Cork is also relatively inexpensive
underfoot, mold and mildew resistant, quite durable and easy to clean and maintain, because it is waterproof (think wine bottle stopper). Cork is harvested by stripping the bark from the cork oak tree, which grows back fairly quickly and is not harmed by the process. Cork is also relatively inexpensive
“cork floor” — j2camero
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks655
Questions2
Harvest table
The color and the decoration
Decoration on top of molding
“Ideal” — Pat Cooledge
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