1,322 marine grade Living Room Design Photos

Mohler + Ghillino Architects
19 Reviews
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Ideabooks2,033
Questions5
Thanks for your question! The plywood is 1/2" sanded buff marine grade plywood from a local outfit called Edensaw. It is attached to the framing with finish nails, which are then filled so that you don't see any fasteners
1/2" sanded buff marine grade plywood.
1/2" sanded buff marine grade plywood
The plywood is 1/2" sanded buff marine grade plywood from a local outfit called Edensaw. It is attached to the framing with finish nails, which are then filled so that you don't see any fasteners
1/2 " sanded buff marine grade
“window” — vaibhavkutre
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
Sharon House Interiors
Ideabooks1,657
Questions2
Marine Grade plywood with tongue-oil finish. Thanks for your interest.
love how the ceiling extends to the main wall. makes a strong focal point. Marine Grade plywood with tongue-oil finish
marine grade plywood with tongue oil finish
Marine grade ply with tongue oil finish
“plywood w/tung oil” — asalerno1
Becki Peckham
Small Space Living in Outport Community, Port Rexton
Ideabooks887
Questions4
Benjamin Moore Marine Blue 2059-10 Paint
McIntyre paired marine blues with creams and used artist's canvas as couch slipcovers and drapes for the large windows. "My favorite part of my house is anywhere I can look
Marine blue floor paint Benjamin Moore
McIntyre paired marine blues with creams and used artist's canvas as couch slipcovers and drapes for the large windows. "My favorite part of my house is anywhere I can look out over the harbor, across at the town of Trinity, the lighthouse and the ocean beyond," she says. "Fortunately, this view is visible
“The chest” — bella325i
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks130K
Questions74
Looking to insulate deck floor, by enclosing the stringers with marine plywood, the insulation, and another marine plywood as the subfloor. Will that be sufficient to so some sort of mortared flooring?
did make sense because wood would no matter if it is marine grade will rot. Much like PT lumber will if you don't let it dry out completely after it gets wet. If it was enclosed I would not have a problem with your idea. You would not need Marine grade because you would use Ditra which is easier that cement
“Layout of the sofa by the doors and the table and lamps.” — jse9vans
Becki Peckham
Small Space Living in Outport Community, Port Rexton
Ideabooks1,631
Questions2
Benjamin Moore Marine Blue 2059-10 Paint
Benjamin Moore Marine Blue 2059-10 Paint
benjamin moore marine blue
Marine blue on floors
aged look on the plank floors, McIntyre had a mill remove ⅜ inch off 2-by-6 spruce boards that she then lightly sanded and painted a deep marine blue.Floor paint: Marine Blue, Benjamin Moore
“Paint the floor” — lisastone04
Studio Ectypos
4 Reviews
The Thicket
Ideabooks355
Questions1
The windows are commercial-grade aluminum, and the sills are simple maple. The fir and beech doors throughout the house are also commercial grade. "We use commercial grade a lot; commercial grade means greater resistance and a simpler aesthetic; it is not as gimmicky
If you like variation in your flooring, don't splurge on a higher grade. "Oak comes in different grades. We like to install the lower grades, because they have more life in
in them, whereas the higher grades are very consistent," Pirzio-Biroli says.
the tight, commercial-grade Berber carpet. Also, this calm, private space has a lower ceiling and thus a cozier feeling.The floors are oak.Tip: If you like variation in your flooring, don't splurge on a higher grade. "Oak comes in different grades. We like to install the lower grades, because they have
“otro diseño, fuera de lo comun” — catlogict
Anthony Baratta LLC
CONTEMPORARY
Ideabooks154
Questions0
Coffee table and mariners star on armoire
Nautical naturals; mariners compass, blue and white rug
furniture with mariners compass
“furniture with mariners compass” — marthaleah
Bevan Associates
3 Reviews
Ranch-house Retreat
Ideabooks1,283
Questions2
vintage sectional in vivid mohair from Kravet Couture. “She has a fondness for color and pop,” observes Bevan. Vintage chairs were re-covered in Tortola Marine fabric from F. Schumacher and paired with hexagonal tables from West Elm.
love the Moooi pendants; schumacher fabric on chairs - tortola marine
vintage sectional in vivid mohair from Kravet Couture. “She has a fondness for color and pop,” observes Bevan. Vintage chairs were re-covered in Tortola Marine fabric from F. Schumacher and paired with hexagonal tables from West Elm. Rug: West Elm; pendants: Random Lights, Moooi
“double seating blue sofa” — grullona
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