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Peter Salerno Inc
17 Reviews
Pure Rustic Mountain House
Where did the hood over the stove come from? Where did the posts for the staircase come from?
What type of wood and stain did you use? Also, who made these cabinets?
home had this hood made for him, we don't have that information on file. The post was made on site by the general contractor.
Thank you! These cabinets are all made of Mesquite wood with a light stain. They are our private line of cabinetry; Mastro Rosolino, only available through
The hood over the stove and the staircase posts
“Like the beams and spacing with the wood ceiling” — kwiiest
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
11 Reviews
Brownhouse Design
Like the landing with dark and light wood - do not like the spindles
detail of the craved wood under the tread
The banister and post design is clean and classic.
stairs get so much traffic, wainscoting is a good way to protect the walls. Wood paneling will hold up much better than drywall here.
spindle work on the posts...Carpet with wood floors...Dark wood white base board...White posts!!!...of varied size,swirling end post.
“Detail on side of stairs” — Bonnie Borbridge
Benco Construction
6 Reviews
Meeting House Lane
pained posts and ballisters, wood hand rail, sisal runner on wood treads
Matching our white trim but using natural wood also
Same newel posts as ours. Like...carpet inset with wood tread and...Newel posts
“I like the way it also goes through the hall.” — Laura Kevghas
BcDc (B. Costello Design & Consulting, LLC)
6 Reviews
Pearl Street Duplex Residence
hello! this is beautiful idea. what size are your slats and posts? and what is the diastase between the slats. thanks ..
The middle posts are 4x4's, the end posts are 6x6's. The slats are 1x2 white oak which are aproximately
wider posts with skinnier centre pillars
slats and posts...Wood rail...Slats/screen with support posts...Wood railing stair wall...wood screen
“horizontal lines” — 5kand3ra
Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
3 Reviews
Balsam Mountain Rustic Elegance
Like stone on ground & wood railing
Great custom wood work, love the
Stone on exterior posts...the rock and wood railing....Posts with western Y...Veranda post and balastrade
“Exterior/porch” — srboese
DeRhodes Construction
19 Reviews
2008 Charlotte CotY Award Winner: Residential Exterior Under $100,000
It is not a Permex Product. They are custom wood shutters that were existing to the home when we began the project. The home is located in a historic
Permex may be suitable for your application as an alternative to a custom wood shutter.
The wood ceiling was custom milled Cyprus, tongue & groove, with a natural sealer
would love a "thinner" version of these posts without the stone
wood ceiling, stone, just single columns
peaked roof over front entry, square posts.
- too ornate & too much detail w/the dental molding & the detail of the posts. Would prefer the stone pillars to be shorter and possible trex steps -vs-stone
“Interesting stone colors Also home colors” — olepep
CG&S Design-Build
13 Reviews
Craftsman Revived
white with wood with big white posts
Love the post and the simple wainscoting
Newell post...post at bottom of step...Wood floors love them...
“Door n frame” — Ken Liew
2 Reviews
Minnesota Private Residence
... Perched on wooded hilltop, this historical estate home was thoughtfully restored and expanded, addressing the modern needs of a large family and
the use of the extra post since I really prefer this look.Thanks so much.
what wood are the treads and what wood is the floor? they
planned at 12 steps and we are also using a wood handrail and spindles.Our stair company is insisting we use a post midway down instead of just spindles because
& ask for the local stair code in your area if you really need a to add a post midway down. That way, you'll know if you really need to have that or not
handrail dimensions more then 2x3 inch and secure hold to the first and last post. for example stair length more at 12 steps.
“Black and white contrast - wainscot” — bnwigh
Stain on wood posts and rafters?
What color stain and product type sealer did you use on the wood? Is it Doug Fir or other wood?
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