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Heimsath Architects
4 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks3,794
Questions9
Can't decide between natural cherry or fruitwood stain on cherry. Like
Tenhulzen Residential It's a natural red oak (no stain) with 3 coats o
what the natural stain, in your picture, darkens to. My thought was if you actually stain the cherry a little (fruitwood is one over from natural), it doesn't
The floors have a natural finish and are the standard 3/4" solid plank. In case anyone else is wondering, the cabinets are a natural finish cherry. The
Some places the change was even less than in the picture. Also cherry has natural variation in the wood (part of its charm) so the stain is going to take
doesn't darken as much as natural cherry, especially if you use a uv protectant and it would stay closer to original stain. Does that makes sense? Really
“TREY CEILING....LOVE IT!!!!” — mabg93b4
Renovation Planning, LLC
15 Reviews
Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks4,875
Questions13
We will use natural cherry shaker cabinets with wood floors. What color/type of wood floor goes best with natural cherry cabinets? Love the
stone countertops and natural cherry cabinets...I'd like to paint them white. Is this a bad idea? Noticed you show both natural and painted...
I just ordered natural cherry glazed cabinets....
Mine are a natural cherry with just a clear finish (though I added a brown glaze)...the brown
How did you achieve this natural look on the Cherry cabinets? Is this just a clear finish?
question. The floor is a rift-cut / quarter-sawn oak combination. In a natural finish. This is a common species in the historic Boston townhouses. It's
Thank you for your question. The cabinets are semi-custom. They are natural cherry in a Shaker style. They're the Showhouse line made by Metropolitan
“Ceiling idea for trey ceiling.” — mabg93b4
Oakley Home Builders
13 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
Ideabooks240K
Questions190
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
could you tell me the name of the natural stacked stone?
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
“floor nice” — sarahtoomey
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Rehder Construction, Inc.
8 Reviews
Los Altos Hills Kitchen
Ideabooks1,577
Questions5
countertop is 'Aquarello' granite. It was hand-selected by the homeowner at All Natural Stone (...). - Steve
Thank you! The flooring is 3/4" x 4" tongue and groove white oak in a natural stain. Steve Rehder
red birch? Natural or breezewood? Thank you! They are stunning.
Thank you! The flooring is 3/4" x 4" tongue and groove white oak in a natural stain.
Here is what a natural oak floor with a similar cabinet tone would look like. Too washed-out in my opinion.
white oak in a natural stain. Steve Rehder”
“Eiken keuken” — wernersieben
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks11,196
Questions14
These are a Natural Yellow Birch floor from Lauzon. They are finished with an all natural coating called Polywhey from Vermont Natural Coatings, a very
very strong natural finish made from the whey from cows milk.
Hello, These cabinets are made from natural maple with a clear finish. The are build by Wood-Mode and it is the Brookhaven
These are a Natural Yellow Birch floor from Lauzon. They are finished with an all natural coating called Polywhey from Vermont Natural Coatings, a very
Ardosia no lugar do marmore Slate Slate is a natural material that’s popular for flooring but sometimes gets overlooked as a
Slate Slate is a natural material that’s popular for flooring but sometimes gets overlooked as a
“Really kind of like this. Cabinet color, slate counter tops, back splash, colors.” — hollymthomas1205
Laurel Feldman Interiors, IIDA
9 Reviews
Vermont Timber Frame Residence
Ideabooks3,126
Questions4
sure what the finish that was used. But, it was not shiny at all --very natural. More like a satin finish. Hope that helps.
Very cool custom island built from a tree trunk and natural wood top
6. Bring in nature. A custom island like this one, created from natural tree limbs, is a surefire focal point. The smooth edges and organic shapes are
6. Bring in natureA custom island like this one, created from natural tree limbs, is a surefire focal point. The smooth
“table” — davpa01
David Heide Design Studio
49 Reviews
Summit Hill Shingle-Style Home Remodel
Ideabooks3,330
Questions11
Is the wall and cabinet color both the BM Natural Creme?
Thank you! Great idea to start with the granite first. I saw OC14 BM Natural Cream and was surprised that it's actually grey.
Yes, the wall, trim, and cabinets are all done in Benjamin Moore Natural Cream. Thanks for asking!
It's Benjamin Moore OC 14 (Natural Cream). Remember that what you are seeing is coming through a computer
Cabinet color-Benjamin Moore OC 14 Natural Cream
BM Natural Cream OC-14 both for cabinets and walls
“The island” — kriesenbec
Blakes London
Industrial Chic
Ideabooks11,377
Questions11
Natural wood for kitchen cabinets and cupboards
I like the subway tiles inside the cabinets. I'm seeing a lot of cabinets made from natural textured
a move toward using more textured and tactile materials,” Pillay says. Natural marble and granite in honed finishes, as well as engineered stones that
a trend in 2015, Pillay adds, but in finishes that represent it in its natural form, rather than high-gloss or smooth finishes.
Wood continues to be on trend but in finishes that represent more it's natural form than smooth or glossy.
classic country interior is all about soft edges in the form of pattern, natural forms and carved curves. But, as this image shows, clean, modern lines and
move towards using more textured and tactile materials,” explains Pillay. Natural marble and granite in honed finishes, as well as engineered stones that
“Cuisine” — berenice75
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