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1,628 COLONIAL WOODEN FLOOR Staircase Design Photos
Clawson Architects, LLC
Award Winning Curving Stair
Clawson Architects designed the Main Entry/Stair Hall, flooding the space with natural light on both the first and second floors while enhancing views and circulation with more thoughtful space allocations and period details. AIA Gold Medal Winner for Interior Architectural Element.
How many coats of stain were used on the floor? Thanks.
What is the size of wood planks--2 1/4", 4" or 5"?? Love the floor!
Putting in similar flooring but can't decide on size of planks--2 1/4", 4" or 5". I hv more contemporary f
wood floor type and stain color
I love the floors! could you please tell me what kind of wood and what color stain you used to achieve this look? thank you
Hi Your floors are gorgeous. How many coats of stain did you use and
Cynthia Lynn Photography
Simplifying in the Suburbs
I love the flooring, what is it?
Can you tell me anything about the flooring?
What kind of wood are the flooring planks?
maybe if one more person asked about the flooring we wo
the time to load a photo of their work and then never checks back to see if there are any questions...what is that flooring!!!! ha
What is the color of the walls? Have hickory floors similar to this and I am looking for a beigey white (italiany off-white like this) color to paint the walls of my bedroom
Wide plank floors and natural wood staircase
The floor and wall color for basement
Hand-distressed hickory floors grace the area at the bottom of the staircase. Hickman designed the paneling for the custom cabinets around the fireplace (one is seen to the right) to blend in with the stone.
Siemasko + Verbridge
Overlooking a lake, this colonial house underwent a significant expansion and renovation. Keeping a portion of the original house intact, the expansion provided the owners with an indoor/outdoor pool, media room, home office, and master bedroom and bath suite. Photo Credit: Sam Gray
Love this room. I would appreciate knowing the stain color on the stair rail and the floor. Who is the maker of the floor? Thank you! Beautiful.
what kind of wood floor and species is this.
Is this oak floor? 8f it is, is it red oak or white oak .
floor stain color is so pefect
this is the prettiest floor color i have seen....would you kindly share the custom mix?
Please advise me on the contrast of floor and staircase color
I am building a house and the marble floor shown here is just beautiful. It's a little difficult to see the detail and color of the marble from the picture, would you tell me the name of the marble? Thank you
The batic floor is a tile or tarraso?
connection between the two flooring material? Marble and wood.
Porcelanosa make similar marbles. See the 2014 Lantic Colonial catalogue for an awesome variety.
I am not a fan of marble but this floor is spectacular. Completely makes the room.
Stairs w/o railing + halls&division + flooring
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
I love the color of your front door (on a different post about front door paint) and have been thinking of doing something similar. Our colonial house is white with black trim and I want to paint the door Benjamin Moore Mill Springs Blue. What brand and color name is yours? Also I can't seem
What is the color of the floor stain?
What is the name of wood floor?
lovely. I do have a question about the wood floors. The wood was in the river? Did this affect the color? Reason I am asking my husband sawed pine for our flooring for our new house. It is heart of pine. I would like to achieve this color for our flooring. Did the oil finish have a color in it? I
My foyer is a dark green marble and the wood floors on the first floor are 'Golden Oak'. What do you think of staining the treads and upper wood hallway a darker color? The handrail is a dark mahogany color
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
can I find this tile floor? Please if you can send me the information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I buy this floor? What is it called?
I am putting tile floor in a California ranch
ranch type home and would like a terrazo/red tile floor throughout. Any advice? San Diego area stores?
This is not tile- it is a material called magnasite which was used 1920-1950 in spanish colonial and mediterranean revival style homes. It is a composite material which is poured like concrete then shaped and scored to look like tile or stone.
it looking so similar to wooden floors
the tile on the bottom floor
large terra-cotta tiles for powder bath floor
this would be nice for the foyer/hall flooring
the shape of the tile on the bottom floor- so cool!
Michael Robert Construction
Classic Coastal Colonial Foyer
This foyer was updated with the addition of white paneling and new herringbone hardwood floors with a walnut border. The walls are covered in a navy blue grasscloth wallpaper from Thibaut. A navy and white geometric patterned stair-runner, held in place with stair rods capped with pineapple finials
Can you please share the shade of the hardwood flooring at the top of the staircase (the hallway). Does it match the lighter flooring in the foyer or the dark staircase? We will be attempting the same look too! Thank you!
I am painting my stair treads black, yours look amazing. I also have lighter floors. Did you just paint the 13 steps and lest the top the lighter color? Is the rule, just where the carpet actually covers the stair tread? Thanks
Black Banks Plantation
island's namesake, and Ocotonico. In 1684 pirate raids left the missions and villages largely abandoned. Colonial History As Fort Frederica early as 1670, with Great Britain's establishment of the colony of Carolina and its expansion into Georgia territory, Spanish rule was threatened by the English. The
Georgia coast. Catholic missions were the primary means by which Georgia's indigenous Native American chiefdoms were assimilated into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became home to two Spanish missions: San Buenaventura de G
hub of British military operations along the Georgia frontier. A town of the same name grew up around the fort and was of great importance to the new colony. By 1740 Frederica's population was 1,000. In 1736 the congregation of what would become Christ Church was organized within Fort Frederica as a mission