497 mineral oil Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Caden Design Group
1 Review
Color Splash
Ideabooks2,583
Questions6
are actually just scratches into the oil or wax, and can be erased by using a rag to reapply the soapstone mineral oil. @camden, I love this kitchen. Great
It's soap stone. Not sealed or honed. We never apply oil either. It does scratch and chip but I only think it adds to the character
“flooring” — epeefencer
DD Ford Construction, Inc
13 Reviews
Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks12,198
Questions25
The island has a Teak wood counter with a mineral oil finish. It's safe for food prep but you do have to re-apply once a year
Wood counter is a mahogany with an oil type finish on it. Wears well but not for cutting on.
“proximity of door to sink” — ramosdeb
James Patrick Walters
4 Reviews
Fleming Master Bath
Ideabooks34,645
Questions11
Mosaic color 20.97, now discontinued. Possible Arizona Tile substitute: Mineral Copper Mesh 1 x 2, a metallic bronze.
Mineral copper mesh
“BEAUTIFUL WALL DECORE ABOVE CURVED SEAT” — Ana Padilla
Homer Oatman, AIA
4 Reviews
Beach House at The Strand, Dana Point, CA
Ideabooks289
Questions3
What type of wood is the island, and is that mineral type stain?
“Like color of beams” — cindyhinkle
Davidie Rozin Architects
1 Review
Guest WC
Ideabooks339
Questions0
The powder room was left untiled (the walls are mineral plastered) it has a basin sink on a natural Oak hand painted closet. Photo: Jonathan Bloom
“Janela” — sgianesella
Ancient Surfaces
9 Reviews
Patio layout showcasing our unique stone elements in architectural settings.
Ideabooks188
Questions0
This looks like super stuff, could be used for counter tops, and cladding mineral bath and area on sunporch. Simple, natural, will last forever.
“The Patio layout” — annelittan
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Creeks of Preston Hollow Residence
Ideabooks497
Questions4
colors, mineral specimens, art.
“the chairs” — csutama
Veranda Fine Homes
3 Reviews
Amherst Exterior
Ideabooks24,176
Questions35
sands, carefully selected crushed stone or well graded natural gravels and mineral coloring pigments to achieve the desired color and appearance. The color
“Architecture lines” — heckardt
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