432 heirloom finish Tropical Kitchen Design Photos

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appropriate detail for a "West Indies" design. Shown with the Montego styled doors, in Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Shown with the Montego styled doors, in Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. (XBD) Columbus’s quest to discover a western trade route to the exotic spice ports in the East Indies
environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure:
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. This is a very
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
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environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure:
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
This cabinetry is finished with Dura Supreme’s Heavy Heirloom “C” finish which features Dura’s “Chestnut” stain with the “Charcoal” glaze. It’s shown on a wood species called Lyptus, which is a unique, sustainable wood choice. It’s a hybrid of the Eucalyptus plant, it’s notable environmental advantage
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environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure:
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Shown with the
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
years (compared to 50+ years for most domestic hardwoods). Lyptus is also used on the rest of the kitchen cabinetry of this photo, but in a different finish than the kitchen island. The bamboo turn post is carved to look similar to a bamboo cane like you said, but in this case is in Lyptus. Please let
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environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure:
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. This is a very
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Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Shown with the
“Turned post looks like bamboo” — maggiem1
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environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure:
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
Fabulous looking doors for coastal or tropical dwellings. The finish is deep and rich. The weathering process is as good as it gets. The stain applied at the edges of the rattan panel shows a level of attention to detail
Fabulous looking doors for coastal or tropical dwellings. The finish is deep and rich. The weathering process is as good as it gets. The stain applied at the edges of the rattan panel shows a level of attention to detail that
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environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure:
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appears to be a slight metallic finish
environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Dura Supreme
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environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure:
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Dura Supreme
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environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Brochure:
Lyptus with Heavy Heirloom “C” finish. Request a FREE
environment. Gauzy fabrics, sun-baked colors, and louvered shutters were hallmarks. Heavy woods, like Mahogany, held up well in the tropics, and rich dark finishes were common. Islanders used tropical motifs in their furniture carvings – palm fronds, pineapples, and other island flora. Request a FREE Dura Supreme
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