140 riff cut oak Mediterranean Home Design Photos

R Brant Design
Camino Santander, Santa Fe Residence
Ideabooks2,690
Questions7
Why rift cut vs quarter sawn please? Beautiful!
Where ordering white oak for our home build.....trying to determine why rift, why quarter sawn, or do I want to mix the 2. We have mostly coffee
coffee colored contemporary cabinetry - I want dark stain but lighter than the cabinetry. Don't want scraped. But saw something about wire cut...need to know more about that too. Thank you for your comments.
The floors are rift cut white oak and they have a white wash applied to cut the natural yellowing typical with oak.
It looks like beautiful white oak with a whitewash style finish. joel@oakandbroad.com
wash applied to cut the natural yellowing typical with oak.” “It looks like beautiful white oak with a whitewash style finish. joel@oakandbroad.com” “"wash applied to white oak to cut yellowing"” “White wash finish on white oak” “floor white oak with white washed finish” “rift cut white oak with white wash
“Light floor” — maxwellkp
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks13,839
Questions18
The flooring is custom White Oak, finished on site with a custom blend of stains. If you show this picture to your painter or flooring contractor, they should be able to duplicate the
Spool-turned legs are common on kitchen islands, but this oversize version is a riff on traditional style. The generous curves echo that swooping, swirly chandelier.
“Black cabinets with ubatuba granite” — saragivens
Marlene Oliphant Designs LLC
19 Reviews
California Spanish Home Remodel
Ideabooks2,545
Questions1
kitchen. The backsplash is composed of hand-made Malibu tile in custom colors designed for the client. Tiles continue around a pair of corner windows. Oak cabinetry built by contractor Dave Berry. Photo by Harry Chamberlain
backsplash. Riff on that!
Oak cabinets
“Backsplash” — lsaunders5
Susan Serra, CKD
French Kitchen, french country, kitchens, remodeling, white kitchen
Ideabooks8,492
Questions21
natural wood and tumbled earthen tile all strike the right notes.New-world chic: The range hood in this kitchen is covered in tiny mosaic tiles — a riff on convention, but it works because it approximates the rough look of a more traditional French country surface. The raised detailing on the backsplash
“Stove, hood, backsplash!” — kpourciau
Hallmark Interior Design LLC
2 Reviews
Hallmark Interior Design LLC
Ideabooks21,959
Questions5
Also, if it is, does it stain the tile when cutting it? Thanks.
Tile quadrants separated by crisscrossing strips of grass create a wonderful riff on argyle style in this landscape.
“Grass” — camerondickerson
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks10,400
Questions5
So what do I need to get that look with my piles of flagstone? I assume I need a saw of some sort and cut it to fit? What kind of base do I need to lay it on? Mine is going on a raised base because of the grade difference. Can I still get that look? Best
I believe it is Classic Oak Sandstone
stone color and cuts w/o mortar ????
“v v beautiful” — Ahmed Alkhatib
DSA Architects
Meditrranean Villa
Ideabooks12,121
Questions11
Another example of soapstone & oak
The black countertop with the oak cabinets is nice looking. I can't get a sense of the backslash though. Interesting backsplash.
Absolute Black with stain-grade cabinets. Another classic look that can feel rustic or modern. I love Absolute Black with medium oak or walnut. Rift-cut oak also has a great transitional look.
“Kitchen” — qzktkt
RWA Architects
Family Room
Ideabooks14,533
Questions15
Wood is rift and quartered cut oak. Random width up to 12", forget what the narrowest size was. Wood was supplied by the flooring company and do not know where they sourced it.
The White Oak is rift and quartered with a specification for "no shorts." They're probably 4'. 6', and 8'. Please check with your local hardwood flooring company for
RWA Architects Wood is rift and quartered cut oak. Random width up to 12", forget what the narrowest size was. Wood was supplied by the flooring company and do not know where they sourced it.
“prefect” — AKassya Flores
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