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Princeton Design Collaborative
7 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks10,999
Questions12
What material did you use for the support columns?
The columns are a combination of 4" metal Loli columns and some false columns out of 4" PVC pipe. They are all spray painted with Rust-O leum Hammered paint . The color is Silver hammer
stainless steel screws and trim washers. It comes about 3 feet wide and lengths up to 12 feet. It is aluminum so heating ducts will not be an issue. www.fryreglet.com
We would be more than happy to talk to about budget numbers for this project. Please contact
steel screws and trim washers. It comes about 3 feet wide and lengths up to 12 feet. It is aluminum so heating ducts will not be an issue. www.fryreglet.com
“wow” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Christensen Remodeling
Ideabooks7,411
Questions14
I love the glass tile used. Can you tell me anything about it? The manufacturer
specialized process that needs a competent concrete contractor familiar with stained concrete processes. Generally, however, staining concrete runs about $3 to $5/sf applied (not including the cost of the concrete itself).
“cupboards, bench, splashback, covering on pole” — dustychick
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Houzz Tour: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
Ideabooks1,495
Questions2
stacked wood columns instead of stone?
Front re-do. Cover stone columns with horizontal Ipe. As this column. Also replaces tome feature exterior wall with ipe.
Front porch columns trex
Column treatment...Spaced wood columns...trex columns...front columns...Sided column...Column wraps
“lights” — sshare3
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Klopf Architecture - San Francisco Mid-Century Modern Remodel
Ideabooks3,897
Questions3
Cool red column and another splash of color on wall
Making our beam and column the pop of color?
interiors, colors tend to stand out — especially red. There are two splashes of paint in this living room, but only one is architectural. The red column really accentuates how it's separate from the planar elements (walls, floors, ceiling, window).
“The red accents” — Tyanna Dalhover Trevino
Princeton Design Collaborative
7 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks5,267
Questions6
VERY low ceiling heights to begin with and we did not want to make them any lower than necessary. Also keep in mind that the system you described is about $19 SF and that's without installation.
Clever! Fake structural columns created to match real ones. They use the same Rustoleum hammered paint (in silver) we use. Note this is a different view of the previously saved
totally love the structural and matching nonstructural columns; works well with wood/ on celings and walls
Covering or relocating the structural elements in a basement is always a design challenge, but Conroy decided if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. The columns on the right are structural, and the ones on the left are faux. The nonstructural posts are PVC piping covered in a matching hammered-finish Rust-Oleum
“MV new basement” — bedelin
Princeton Design Collaborative
7 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks6,613
Questions8
Beautiful column surrounds! What is surrounding the columns? Where can it be bought?
The columns are a combination of 4" metal loli columns and some false columns out of 4" PVC pipe. They are all spray painted with Rust-Oleum Hammered paint . The color is Silver hammer
Built in sofa, thinking about basement under the windoe
“lights on the side” — Annette Atienza
Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Wild Basin exterior
Ideabooks1,398
Questions3
Match a color from the architectural elements to furniture. This perfectly aligned row of chairs coordinates with the columns and beams, resulting in a balanced and appealing facade.
Match a color from the architectural elements to furniture. This perfectly aligned row of chairs coordinates with the columns and beams, resulting in a balanced and appealing facade
Match a color from the architectural elements to furniture. This perfectly aligned row of chairs coordinates with the columns and beams, resulting in a balanced and appealing facade.
“Chair color on left” — janiejanep
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks1,863
Questions0
Idea about inside lighting that reflect
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Front unit as detached mid-century office. Don't like block columns on sides.
“color stain” — amyspr
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