15 laminate pros and cons Staircase Design Photos

Birdseye Design
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Hill Section Home
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What are the pros and cons of wood paneling vs drywall for interior walls?
pro wood: durable, concept strong, three dimensional, tone... con wood: more expensive pro drywall: inexpensive, can paint, add texture con drywall: not durable, two dimensional
“save” — vinsells
Anthony James Construction
8 Reviews
Staircases
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Acoustical Plaster Pros - deadens sound; no echo; Cons - more expensive than regular plaster ceiling Found in theaters or music studios.
“Dining room ceiling” — blancherina
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showcase 2007
Ideabooks12,753
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am not sure the stain. Our average plank floor made is about 8" in width. This seems to be where people are most comfortable when comparing the pros and cons of plank flooring. joel@eutree.com
“Stairs” — tomrbouch
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Upper Staircase
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Arched Window: Pros - adds elegance; adds detail to dull rooms Cons - hard to install These windows are often used in rooms with bare walls to add more interest
“I like the mix happening here. The more contemporary painting mixed with the casual spot by the wind” — Kim Elenez
WA design
8 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
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Questions2
They are 1 1/2" laminated glass
stair enclosure with laminated plastic glass OPACO
stairs are 1 1/2" laminated glass, tranlucent wall, not between steps but glass wall surrounding steps, could be clear rather than opaque?
Escalera de vidrio con acero
“Glass sheet between stairs” — chapslick
Saniee Architects llc
Wheeler Residence
Ideabooks5,254
Questions4
We used white Oak for the treads. They are 4" thick. To achieve the thickness and also stabilize it we laminated two, 2" thick treads with the grains opposite each other so that the tread resists movement overtime. The wood should be dry (13% moisture content) with no checks or cracks.
white Oak for the treads. They are 4" thick. To achieve the thickness and also stabilize it we laminated two, 2" thick treads with the grains opposite each other so that the tread resists movement overtime. The wood should be dry (13% moisture content)
Yes: stairs - Saniee Architects - white Oak for the treads. They are 4" thick. To achieve the thickness and also stabilize it we laminated two, 2" thick treads with the grains opposite each other so that the tread resists movement overtime. The wood should be dry (13% moisture content)
“Cool staircase” — varora1
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
stair
Ideabooks4,010
Questions4
Lights in wall and one piece stairs” “Effect of wrapped stairs in wood n laminate” “Glass wall instead of normal wall showing stairs?” “Stairs - but need to have it as 'frosted - all open too much” “Dining room stairs that go upstairs and downstairs” “'tall' stairs blocks with
Effect if wrapped stairs in wood n laminate
“Glass” — loribruick
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Grand Stair
Ideabooks3,712
Questions2
What do you like about this photo? Stairs and laminate
con tiện, màu sơn
“style” — markp3006
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