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Soul Space
6 Reviews
Hillside Home - Buderim
Thanks for your question Shani. The decking was either Kwila or Merbau with a minimum 4 coats of decking oil
“like the white” — salonnatasha
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City Moves to Country
I like the cabinet design, separate mirrors and oil rubbed bronze.
“Overhead lights for master bath above vanities” — abellach
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Unionville, PA
Oil marks
“floors” — robynpio
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Noyack Creek
western red cedar treated with bleaching oil
“Shape” — Melissa Kean
Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
Historic Chappaqua "Pineapple House"
find these Rockers at Natural Furniture 800 NE Broadway Portlanr Oregon 97232 naturalfurniture@comcast.net. They come in a variety of paint colors, Oiled and Unfinished. Check us out!
“Wall adjacent to our front door...??” — jakeszczepanski
Von Fitz Design
Danalda Residence
The rug defines another sitting area; the chunky shelves nod to midcentury modern style. They are made of oak that was stained and oiled, adding another raw element. The vintage armchairs add two more X shapes. Coffee table: vintage; bench: Crate & Barrel, covered in blue calfskin
“Rugs are different but compatible*” — lucasd329
Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Bellevue House
hate to recommend it to you. If you have an interior use for it, it is use Benite so it stains more evenly since it was fir, an analine stain #288, and oil based stain Daly's 8863B and polyurethane appropriate for the use. Again, you should use this indoors and I would recommend using a professional finisher
“I like the white trim with the grey walls.” — alluther
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Anti McMansion
These are oak floors, 4" planks, with a water-based polyurethane. We used water-based instead of the more popular oil based so they ended up with a paler, whiter appearance instead of the typical yellowed hue. We also went with a slightly lesser quality (I think it
“ceiling” — sambaxter
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