7,471 stained ash Outdoor Design Photos

Suzanne Hunt Architect
Bedfordale House
where possible, and Australian wood features heavily in the design: stained Victorian ash boards and battens for the eaves, ceilings and walls; walnut veneer
possible, and Australian timber features heavily in the design: stained Victorian Ash boards and battens to the eaves, ceilings and walls; walnut veneer
where possible, and Australian wood features heavily in the design: stained Victorian ash boards and battens for the eaves, ceilings and walls; walnut veneer
“stonework & color of the wood window framing, use of same stone around the pond/pool” — anarchist
Gilson Group Landscape Design
elevated seating area. Pool deck is constructed of smooth surface stained concrete (Ash White) with 6" irrigated cuts for plant material. The pool coping
stained concrete w travertine coping
“pavers!!” — joanieburton
Oak Hill Architects
2 Reviews
Sears Road
as Benjamin Moore's Wood Ash. Look at a paint chip/card from a store and you'll see that each color has a number. BM's Wood Ash is "numbered" C2.
Actually C2 is a brand of paint, and it sounds to me they took the C2's wood ash and had Benjamin Moore match it.
BM Wood Ash or BM Wood Ash is C2----Actually C2 Wood Ash is a brand of paint and BM match it
“Love the fireplace and trimwork” — shugbury
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Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Great Hills Clubhouse
What's this floor - concrete stained and polished?
decide on a concrete color. The "Rustoleum earth base stain", this is the stain product you used? When you say "really close" it
Earth water based stain by rustoleum is really close I use tons of it
based stain by rustoleum/ like the color for exterior concrete
Like the look of this stained concrete...Earth water based stain by rustoleum
“Hardscape deck” — susan7v
Fraerman Associates Architecture
1 Review
A House that Melds Inside and Outside
Ash PanThe most visible by-product of wood burning is ash. By purchasing a high-efficiency stove, you’ll be rewarded with relatively little ash left
referring to ash dust. An ash pan will reduce the amount of fine particles that make their way into your home, as the drawer will keep the ash contained when
determines how often one has to remove ash. If you use your woodstove as a primary heating source, it will mean daily ash removal, while more casual use will
less frequent removal. Having an ash pan beneath the stove makes the removal process easier and less messy, so an ash pan can be a convenient accessory
“Gorgeous sunroom!!!!!” — terriedawn
Rill Architects
12 Reviews
Maureen Residence
floor is a product called "Thermory" which is a heat treated ash and the ceiling is stained clear pine.
The porch flooring is a product called "Thermory" which is a baked ash wood.
Thermoryusa.com makes this hardwood decking. It is American ash.
Thermory heat treated ash...stained clear pine...ash deck flooring...Dark stained wood porch
“Ceiling” — landkwilliams
Greg Mix - Registered Architect
3 Reviews
Back Porch & Backyard of Reynold's Residence @ GregMix.com
Hi, What color did you stain the cedar shakes? Thanks!
I would also love to know the stain of the cedar shakes please. Beautiful color.
exact name or mfg. We use real cedar shakes. what I can tell you is the stain is a transparent weathered grey.
A similar stain to try is White Birch 3503 by Sherwin Williams.
Shake shingle stain is Sherwin Williams Stain "White Birch" 3503 / Stone is basic "Orchard Granite".
cedar shakes stain: White Birch 3503 by
“Patio” — angiebutto
Castro Design Studio
6 Reviews
Pool House
Interested in staining our floors and love this color. Also, what method was used?
It is an acid stained concrete. I am sorry, I do not recall the exact stain.
is the concrete just stained or is it also stamped
"more info" under photo... :-) ..."The concrete was acid stained. There is no top coat on it, it is a polish"
“concrete” — Julie Hausler Kadrmas
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