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Contemporary Staircase
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Questions5
Could you please tell me the brand , type and color of the wood floor?
What did you do to cover such a busy wood grain? What primer did you use?
The wood was in terrible condition so there was wood filler used first for holes, then sanded and primed (not sure which primer)
Natural wood hallway: filled, sanded & primed
light wood ground floor dark/darker runner upstairs
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Fieldcrest Builders Inc
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Lake Bluff custom residence
Ideabooks4,331
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They're pre-primed, FJ poplar. My painters applied the paint with a sprayer, which keeps the coat even.
What type of wood and grade are the v-groove boards? And how were they finished (primed and painted)?
Weathered wood if we go wood
beautiful use of textures. whitewashed ceiling, wood, white/cream/tan/gray
White paint scheme, like an all wood scheme, doesn't restrict the bedding and decor to a certain wall color.
“Colors” — suzie172
Letitia Holloway
12 Reviews
Tuscan Project
Ideabooks5,089
Questions4
Was this door primed first? Did it have a stain under the green paint? Lastly, what type of wood is the door?
This is a solid core door by Trustile - and yes, it was a primed door to begin with. Please contact your local custom painters in your area for quotes and advice on this type of treatment. It can be complicated. Delta City Painting is who did
An idea for the upstairs hallway. I like the wooden double doors to hide the laundry. (We can keep our wood floors) Hang a tapestry somewhere, and wood trim on the ceiling.
doors to master bedroom in wood matching ceiling
“I like this room.... doors, flooring, table” — clhv1978
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
Ideabooks3,415
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Lavendar-Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular to establish, then minimal Prime growing season: Spring to summer When to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular to establish, then minimal Prime growing season: Spring to summer When to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
Lavender in natural wood mulch. I like this very much!
Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular to establish, then minimal Prime growing season: Spring to summerWhen to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
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PrimePhoto - Immobilienfotografie
Modernes Bad in historischer Hülle
Ideabooks46
Questions0
PrimePhoto - Oliver M. Zielinski
PrimePhoto - Immobilienfotografie
“color of the wall” — mervatalhussein
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
River House
Ideabooks3,807
Questions5
What type of wood siding is this and your finish?
is this cedar and if not what variety of wood is this.
Hi, These steel posts were primed in the shop and then painted in field. Thanks
windows upper, not wood finish though
main living room both wood burning.
wood siding, not entire glass walls.one roofline except for 2nd floor - work for us??
like the mix of wood & stucco & different levels of roofing
“roofline” — crowberryco
KellyBaron
3 Reviews
Rustic Modern
Ideabooks1,916
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outcome... once again, in my opinion. Being SOFT woods doesn't make them any less prone to damage resulting from swings in the humidity or weather. So... we typically sand & PRE-finish the materials, and while we're in process, we often "back-prime" the lumber as well... which establishes a balance
wood ceiling, wood walls, white windows
classic choice and is certain not to just be a fad. The yellow-ish hue can be limiting when putting together color choices; I often recommend painting the wood out white for a fresh look.
“Hearth room” — alanlinda
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Palmetto Tree Bookcase
Ideabooks6,921
Questions6
How do you paint a wood floor?
floors to dry. It's best to use an exterior grade paint, and if you want real durability, I would suggest and oil-based enamel. You may want to prime the floors first. I suggest waiting 24 hours between all layers of paint, as well as keeping the room warm so that the paint will dry quicker and more
Painting a wood floor can be a less expensive alternative to refinishing your floors. What's great about painting wood flooring is that it works just as well for modern homes as it does for traditional homes. It's
traditional approach, think about a harlequin floor pattern or border around the edges. Let me know how it turns out! I love the look of painted wood.
“Painted floor & tree” — nifhathaigh
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