393 rosemary oil Staircase Design Photos

Quantum Windows & Doors, Inc.
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Quantum Windows & Doors | McElroy Architecture
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guide finish, and oil rubbed bronze levers and flush pulls. Our Hinged doors were installed with full mortise butt hinges finished in dark oil rubbed bronze, and sills featuring 6” legs beyond side jambs. The Signature Series push-out sash windows feature handle and strike hardware in oil rubbed bronze
weather-stripping and four bar stainless steel friction hinges. The French casement windows have flush bolts mounted to floating astragal in a dark oil rubbed bronze finish. The home also incorporates Euro Series fixed panels coupled with a special angled Signature Series transom. Furthermore, we find
“Staircase noses” — Tuan Tran
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Stair tower
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Pecan stain from Benjamin Moore and sealed with a medium luster tung oil.
The mahogany here has been finished with Benjamin Moore's Penetrating Pecan stain and sealed with Sutherland Welles Exterior Polymerized Tung Oil in a medium luster.
Raillings are Magogany. Stained with BM Penetrating Pecan stain and sealed with Sutherland Welles Exterior polymerized tung oil in a medium luster.
Benjamin Moore's Penetrating Pecan stain and sealed with Sutherland Welles Exterior Polymerized Tung Oil in a medium luster.
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Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
staircase
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They look amazing! I love an oiled finish. We are doing a prefinished oil now. Here are some similar shots.
Hi there, these floors are natural white oak with an oiled finish
“the staircase & rail” — romana7
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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RTA Studio
13 Reviews
New Old Farmhouse: Stairwell and Front Entry
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really need to hire a professional, and please - don't "stock up" on oil-based paints, there is a reason why we are doing away with it, it harms our environment, and the off gases are harmful to your health. There are green alternates to oil based paints, but you need to know how to use them. I would save
Plus the US Government is doing away with oil based paints. So for those projects around the house that require a heavy duty paint it's best to stock up now.
“Stairs” — suenichol
Tim Cuppett Architects
12 Reviews
Pemberton Addition/Renovation
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Floor finish product here is Rubio-Monocote, oil-wax.
can you share where to find clear oil/wax product? Is it Bona traffic?
Walnut, 5" planks, Rubio Monocoat oil wax finish.
“Bath under stairway” — Ann O'Connell
Clawson Architects, LLC
25 Reviews
Award Winning Curving Stair
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Atrium white- ben. moore Satin Impervo oil based paint/ ebony water based minwax
Yes- all the same stain- think 3 coats. Stain on railings would be finished with a different sealant- it would be the minwax oil based polyurethane in semi gloss. Floors are finished with Absco in satin. All information about color and wood type is given in the answers to the
are Benjamin Moore OC-9 (ballet white) flat (prettier than eggshell finish, but harder to keep clean); and the trim is Benjamin Moore Satin Impervo (oil based) in Atrium White. This is a beautiful color trim for the entire house! Do all trim in Satin Impervo no matter what color you choose, slight shine
“Stairs color” — farjanas
Christopher A Young - HouseSmith LLC
4 Reviews
Mr and Mrs Frank Iannotti
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Tongue oil on 6 inch white oak. 5 coats of color oil and water. Old Savannah Flooring company did the finish
“Stars floating” — faithplatt
Square Design Pty Ltd
5 Reviews
BALGOWLAH HEIGHTS HOUSE
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Hi, what type of finish did you put on the floor? we have used tongue oil before, but our sander is suggesting polyurethane, with a water or oil base. please advise what you used. many thanks
“Chic!” — luc50729
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