13 tongue and groove wood ceiling Rustic Staircase Design Photos

Rasmussen / Su Architects
7 Reviews
Princeton Barn Conversion
Ideabooks2,420
Questions8
love it! what is the wood and what type of wiring? thanks!
reclaimed wood (oak timbers) and farm supply labor. We don't have a cost for the labor as it was done as part of the overall renovation. PInneo Construction in Princeton, NJ was the contractor.
Wood on wood look for ceiling, don't like it
staircase on north end of cabin, wood stove taking less space
finished wood on top of each step
“Stair railing” — macshea
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Summer Home
Ideabooks1,002
Questions2
with wood flooring in an L-shaped hallway?
how to you connect the wood pieces on the wall - caulk?
I want to use a horizontal wood paneled wood in my beach condo. Paint it white too. Who sells the materials and is it a certain kind of wood? Is it tongue and groove o does the contractor have
example of shiplap siding with wood
LOVE the tongue and groove on walls, and no stair skirt
white wood panel, natural wood floors
“color of hardwoods” — susanhedrick
Catalyst Architects, LLC
5 Reviews
Residences in DeBordieu Colony, Georgetown, SC
Ideabooks8,112
Questions7
type of wood is used? Is it installed over drywall?
What type of wood is used in main flooring?
If Ipe wood is left untreated, it will turn silvery gray somewhat like teak. It is a very durable wood. Ipe is reddish brown when oiled.
Like the boards on the wall (comments noted as tongue & groove
Wood siding turns indoors into outside environment
rougher wood on each of the steps.
love the wood and wall finish
“White banister, wood planks” — clee415
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Tim Brown Architecture
4 Reviews
North Ridge Retreat
Ideabooks225
Questions0
tongue and groove paneling
Tongue and groove stairs
stained wood treads...painted wood...wood hand rail...Wood tops
“Stairs” — rgcolwell
Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
Ideabooks9,326
Questions14
identify the wood? So beautiful!
What kind of wood is being used for the stairs?
I am wanting to know what kind of wood is being used for these stairs? Please advise. Thank you.
it with wood so which is the best wood
I only have a small width & length, but this looks about right; however I have 12' ceilings. Need attic access to build room in walk-out attic.
Nice wood to tile transition, love the wood
love the wood on the stairs
LOVE the type of wood on the stairs
“Like how stairs get bigger at bottom” — Emily Monroe
Moon Bros Inc
Apple Farm
Ideabooks21,521
Questions10
how thick are the treads and what is the wood.how is the glass being supported
hello,beautiful stairs! how thick are the treads and what is the wood.how is the glass being supported.
design wood go well in a single straight stair of about 13 treads & one wall exposed brick
glass....grooves in the wood accept the glass.
Like the wood rail with the glass
Floating stair case against the floor to ceiling windows.
“I love the glass railings and sculpture entwined with the staircase” — orlandobloom
mackmiller design+build
26 Reviews
Meadowlark Lane Residence Hand Railing Hand-made of Driftwood
Ideabooks25
Questions0
job, no wood was joined, every edge was eased to look worn with a wavering block plane. Knots, bullet holes, gouges, old paint, saw marks and every other imperfection were embraced and showcased for the story they represented. Nothing looks new. The ceiling is treated with tongue and grooved, beveled
“Decoracoes rusticas” — ricardojsantos
mackmiller design+build
26 Reviews
Meadowlark Lane Residence Hand Railing Hand-made of Driftwood 2
Ideabooks12
Questions0
job, no wood was joined, every edge was eased to look worn with a wavering block plane. Knots, bullet holes, gouges, old paint, saw marks and every other imperfection were embraced and showcased for the story they represented. Nothing looks new. The ceiling is treated with tongue and grooved, beveled
“stair rail” — Cheryl Sylvester
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