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Beacon Hill Townhouse
What kind of tile was used on the floor
Nice tile feature on the floor
floor for master bathroom?
nice white floor, large tiles
white bathroom and white floor
River House - Kitchen
What brand and color are the floor tiles?
stainless steel counters, gray lower cabinets, white upper cabinets, concrete floor
Gray tones with gray floor
Floor and cabinets...Grey floor...floor tile...tile flooring
and the floor may be a little too yellow, and I don't like white walls, but getting close.
floor to ceiling cabinets - clean look
wood color, stainless countertops, floor to ceiling cabinetry
makes mid floor kitchen work
color of cabinet and floor
floor cabinet contrast - warmth
floor o ceiling kitchen cabinets
warmth of flooring
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
I like the cabinets and counter top and floors
Curve in the wood floor, very cool.
matter, the wood flooring is laid at a curve to reflect the overall shape of the house. Dave Mendros, the architect, notes that “doing a curved house meant reinventing the wheel with everything.” To achieve this curved wood floor, Mendros and his team had to figure out that the wood floor strips had to
Floor design and size + color
color and floor - off green / grey green
Living Room Floor + Wall Color
love love marble floor
floor colour...Floor marble...open floor plan...stone flooring
dark wood floors in bedroom will look good with polished concrete in main rooms and bathrooms. light wood floors do not look good at all.
Dark wood floors downstairs and light wood upstairs.
Concrete and wood floor
concrete floor, charcoal stairs
Change of floor coverings
Floor marble...different floorings...concrete floor
CHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
Sweeney Lake House
What flooring materials were utilized?
floor, windows, white
Floor to ceiling windows
floor to ceiling...floor window glass...Cabinet floor
between the lower floor and the upper floor — both are clad in cedar, but the latter is stained black, while the former is left in a more natural finish. This distinction responds to different structural systems; the lower floor utilizes conventional wood framing, but the upper floor requires a special
between the lower floor and the upper floor — both are clad in cedar, but the latter is stained black, while the former is left in a more natural finish.This distinction responds to different structural systems; the lower floor utilizes conventional wood framing, but the upper floor requires a special
the lower floor utilizes conventional wood framing, but the upper floor requires a special lightweight truss system sitting on six columns anchored into the rock below.