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fantastic! Can you please tell me the ceiling height to the beams? and the depth of the beams?
Is it 7' at the bottoms of the beams or the tops. Also, in the pic it looks absolutely fabulous.
Love this space, the kitchen is beautiful, timber ceiling is wonderful!
I have discussed opening up the ceiling to the beams in my 108yr old colonial home but my contractor insists that dirt will fall through the cracks of the floor boards from above. Has this ever been an
The ceiling height is 7'-.5". I will have to get back to you on the beam depths.
Subway splash, wood beam ceiling. Light
they exposed beams and old floor joists
beams, white walls, lots of windows, cabinet style
wood beams on ceiling and ceiling
Loudon County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
roth sheppard architects
wood floors, rustic beam accents, white doors compliment
like stair case. mix of beams with wood and painted wood.
White trim also warm colors and wood beams
Love the rock and exposed beams
simple staircase, reclaimed wood
wood stone and beams
Beams, painting, floors
Love the exposed beams
Wall and beams...wood timbers
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
stairs to pool and terrace visually connect inside and out. Most walls from the street are solid, providing privacy, yet they open to rooms of glass, timber and soaring ceilings with views of Bass and Cinder Creeks and Folly Island.
Could you please tell me more about those gorgeous beams? Are they cedar? Are they architectural quality glulam? Stunning!
Would you share the spec on the mini recessed lights in the beams?
I have been looking for something that is small enough to fit into a beam without compromising its structural integrity. Would you be willing to share which you have used here? Thanks
We did not make the beams pictured here, but make beams just like them! We manufacture engineered beams that are made from reclaimed longleaf pine that is over 100 years old. The inside of our beams is hollow which allows for easy installation! Please feel free
What stain color/brand was used on the ceiling? Is that douglas fir?
We worked with Arc Wood and Timbers on this project. I believe the wood was reclaimed Douglas fir from Alaska with a clear stain.
reclaimed Alaskan Douglas fir
Bruce Johnson & Associates Interior Design
I love the reclaimed wood wall and color palette to go along with it. Beautiful.
Light coloured timber feature wall and black timber bedside tables
reclaimed wooden wall
Wood for beams...Reclaimed wood...reclaimed wood wall...Reclaimed Ideas...ceiling beams
Lancaster County Timber Frames, Inc.
Repurposed Tobacco Barn-Honeybrook, PA
Overlooking the kitchen, dining and living room of this timber framed home that was repurpsoed from an old tobacco barn. The herringbone brick and wide plank floors certainly mix well with the timbers, stone, metals. Timber Framer: Lancaster County Timber Frames /General Contractor: Historic Restorations
Ten foot plus timber frame walls
We sell all reclaimed wood and are located out of Louisiana. Check out our website. Antiquewoodsofla.com Reclaimed floors, beams, barn board,
Where did you get your flooring? Is it a reclaimed oak?
check out Elmwood reclaimed timber in Peculiar, MO.
It is reclaimed oak, but I do not recall our supplier off hand. I have a message into the contractor. Thanks!
Thank you! This is a reclaimed oak floor with custom stain finish.
Thats an antique reclaimed Oak floor. Really gorgeous!
Everything in this shot is incredibly custom. The floors look like antique reclaimed and were likely made for the project.
Reclaimed wood with Briwax finish...wood from MRL in Gallatin Gateway, Montana
Can you tell me about the beams? Real/faux? Made or came like that?
occasionally see maple in the kitchen and oak or fir in the main living spaces. If you're doing new construction, it's a matter of taste - you can do anything you want. It depends on if you like a light or dark finish. Personally I like oak or distressed, reclaimed wood - both take a beating in a high traffic