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risa boyer architecture
7 Reviews
Mid Century Portland
I love wood ceilings but I think ours are too low for a wood application. This layout looks similar to our kitchen with the short cabinets. We have an enclosed header above the cabinets
faces north with a big window but still pretty dark in the winter, and would love to add skylights and wood ceiling.
Can you please tell me more about the cabinets? What type of wood are they? It doesn't appear there is any hardware, which I love. How do they open?
"We definitely did not want to damage the midcentury post-and-beam aesthetic
flat panels and light color cabinets, stainless appliances, wood panels on ceiling, would do lighter color counters
says, but it reflects how people inhabit their homes. “How people live has changed,” she adds. “We definitely did not want to damage the midcentury post-and-beam aesthetic,” says Robert. “However, we’re not into the retro for retro’s sake for things like kitchens and bathrooms.” Boyer used vertical grain
“FLOOR” — thomdowting
Six Degrees Construction
McKenzie River Home
this just a matter of optical perspective, or is the house very close to the margins of the river? Do the water levels not rise? If they do, is the wood treated in any special way? Thanks!
Rusted posts... Not rusted cable... Wood top piece... Mounted
door, windows black or same colour as posts
multi floor wood patio and Sun room
Like the contrasting wood and painted siding with the railing
“Cable railings, clean, steel beams!” — marcywit
Featured Projects by Gegg design
What is the wood type and color on the ceiling. Tx!
The wood is Cypress. Finish was done by someone else, so I don't have that information. But it has a whitish/ grey glaze over a natural finish; but that's all I know. Sorry couldn't be of more help.
enclosed paneled area and the post
love the posts tiles and hood
soft blue island and white cabinets. bar stools. wood floors.wood ceilings.
“Colour” — franceslea1
Mike Knight Construction
1 Review
Windward Oaks Custom Home - Oak Bay
The chocolate stair case and wood flooring
Full wood at entrance
Newell post...Newell post 1...love all the wood....Wood Work...Newel post...Wood everywhere...carved newel post...wood floors...wood handrail...wood staircase
“Favorite” — em814
Woodhouse Post & Beam Homes
2 Reviews
Custom Woodhouse Timber Frame in Bethel, NY
too much wood but a quirky idea
Wooden stairs-post & beam
warm wood, cool steps
rustic wood staircase
Woodhouse Post & Beam Homes
wood stairs...Type of wood...Wood flooring....post and beam...wood beams...wood ceiling...wood floor...wood staircase...wood stairs
“Scara semirotunda” — Lucian Lazarovici
David Johnston Architects
3 Reviews
Feldman Exterior
your color scheme. I would very much appreciate knowing the materials and stains you used for (i) the green board and batten siding, (ii) the timber posts, and (iii) the stone. Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide.
mix of wood, rock, metal. Lots of windows. Over our budget
Walkway and deck railings, the wood lines around windows are minimal but warm
“Like the outside” — kelseygb21
Traditional Exterior
The door is a custom mahogany door. The stain is actually just a clear coat of poly allowing the beauty of the wood and grain to show.
white with no extra shutter colors, wood door, grey roof. Wood chair to accent door.❤️
Straight Porch posts IV
tin roof & porch posts
Natural wood entry...white painted wood
“covered?” — wydrowski
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
that enabled us to insulate the walls, which were not at all! The walls are new wallboard and ALL the moulding was stripped by my nephew who is a wood restorer, and then all put back in place. I've decided that we will keep them natural, and the walls will all be painted the white dove.. I love that
old stained newel post and hand rail with painted square balusters?
dark bannister, dark posts, white spindles
white spindles with dark large posts
He green paint with white and dark wood trim. Hard to find colors that look good with dark wood trim
Finally, don't be afraid to mix old and new — it can work beautifully. This staircase was probably once all dark wood, but painting the balustrades white and adding the white console table and sculptures really gave this Victorian hall a contemporary twist.
“stairs and windows” — kczeller
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