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Paddle Creek Design
storm mountain ranch house
A log mantel like this one almost one-ups a railroad tie for authentic rustic style. The log pictured here has had a portion of the top carefully sawed off to create the perfect shelf-like platform. Design tip: While installation might be tricky, finding a log of your own to use for a mantel is easy
particular mantel is a vintage (old) piece, so the best place to find something like that is an architectural salvage place, antique store or auction. You'll also be able to find help with mantels by going to your local fireplace people. You can find one by searching at the National Fireplace Institute website:
Mantel headboard, fabric-play and shirred sheets
Fireplace mantel repurposed as a headboard. It's a really great idea. The look you create will depend on the mantel you find. It could be a huge old oak surround, antique cast iron or a brightly painted
Fireplace mantel converted into a headboard
vaged mantel. Moving on from wood but staying in the salvaged arena, a salvaged fireplace mantel is a stunning idea for a twin-size bed. Most architectural salvage yards carry a variety of these. The more weathered the better for a charming country look.
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
Okanagan Log Home
this is the type of wood floor I like
Fireplace mantel idea but wrap around corners. This is the stone we picked enhanced.
hills. A wood-burning fireplace, quiet sitting area and elegant dressing room complete the space. Chandeliers: Hammerton; rug: Surya; bench: custom; bedding: custom, of Kravet fabric; table: Phillips Collection; chairs: custom
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Tucker & Marks
Love the mantel! Where may I buy one like this? Thank you!!!
Love this mantel! Where may I buy one like this? Thank you!!!
reclaimed wood and stone/rock indigenous to the area.
love the wood trimmed french doors. Would love to see more light in our master and the wood trim around windows and doors.
Uof wood and bringing the outdoors inside. Beautiful
Love the stone fireplace with wood mantel. I would extend the raised hearth out so you could sit in front of the fire without getting
great use of wood and fireplace location
property. The mantel was made from a felled pine tree.Grass cloth wall covering: Fine Madagascar by Hinson
Forum Phi Architecture & Interiors
Love this fireplace - what is the mantel made of?
What color are those wood floors??
the 2 mantels, one on top and one on the bottom.
of the mantels we use are wood. Typically reclaimed beam, usually made of fir or spruce. Or if want a more formal look, our traditional mantels are usually done in alder or cherry wood
fire, wood across, something sitting on it
natural wood ceiling, as well as the stone fireplace. Neutral walls would have been crisp and clean, but the cool tone of periwinkle adds instant sophistication.
Bess Jones Interiors
of the mantel, it is stunning?
Top and bottom dimensions of the mantel
Couid you tell me the dimensions of the top and bottom piece of the mantel and the width of the fireplace, I want to make sure I get it right. It is the most beautiful
photo? if wood is burning, sparks could ignite the curtains.
type of wood is the bed and dresser made from?
The mantel is 60w x 16h x 8d
floral and wood frame, curtains that pool on the floor. Great
i don't know what's up with the wall but i like this wood.
Don F. Wong
kind of wood is used on the walls?
Woodsy - like a ONE wood wall, and ONE rock wall
interesting to change up wood on wall and dry wall near ceiling
wood accents, big stone fireplace, and BIG windows in a master bedroom
interesting wood wall
wood on one wall maybe
Wood walls...Wood paneling...like color of wood...Barn wood...Wood wall...stone & wood...wood wall5...fireplace mantel...wood paneling
Salvaged wood forms the majority of the interior structure and the floors. Light is introduced deep into the house through doors, windows, clerestories, and dormer windows. The house is organized along two long enfilades that order space and invite long views through the building and to the landscape
using wood-grained contact paper to cover the cords. contact paper in the closest color to the floor wood.