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Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
What kind of wood floors are these, their width and stain. Thanks
is that dang blue? I do wish these companies had all the info. re: pics they put up. ALso, would this blue work in an 1880s room with wide pine flooring and a low, pine ceiling with pine beams, but with White Dove on the wood trim, including around the FP, and on the crown moulding? Gold sconces;
love the flooring, the wood, the paint
Love the character of this room...the hardwood floors, the brick in front of the
wood floors, brick in floor before fireplace, lamp on fire place, windows have curtains that serve as window treatments.
wood floors, brick in floor before fireplace, lamp on fire place, windows
blue walls, wood floor and furniture
“Wood!” — bonncassie
SHED Architecture & Design
4 Reviews
Barn Conversion
Shelves, easy to spray floor (cleared of cabinets)
from the barn's salvaged floor joists to make this vanity in a first-floor bathroom. Classic Stonco fixtures and salvaged cedar board walls add to the home's warmth.
Schaer and Hale used leftover fir wood from the barn’s salvaged floor boards to make this sink unit in a first-floor bathroom. Classic
Classic fixtures and salvaged cedar wood wall panels add to the home’s warmth.
“Door” — sherryrj
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
top from salvaged fir floor joists
Love the wood floors. What type of wood and stain was used?
The countertop is made from salvaged floor joists. It is 100+ year old fir taken out of a house in Philadelphia.
It's Fir, from old floor joists. It's about 2 1/4"
The countertop was custom made by Buckminster Green. Please contact info@buckminstergreen.com for a quote. The countertop is made from salvaged floor joists. It is 100+ year old fir taken out of a house in Philadelphia.
I love Walnut floors! Here are some similar floors finished with a clear coat.
The salvaged floor joists on the table top-yes!
Step 6: Work on design development and construction documentsThis is the stage when you finalize the design and prepare final floor plans, elevations, details and, if applicable, mechanical and electrical drawings, lighting switch plans, and exterior elevations.This is where your
“Love the old and new look of this kitchen.” — Anna Parrish
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The Woods Company
10 Reviews
Antique Reclaimed Distressed Oak
Antique Reclaimed Distressed Oak flooring is a magnificent choice for any setting. Whether you are going traditional, rustic or modern this floor doesn’t just blend in it sets the tone for all. Rich in character and patina from over 100 plus years of exposure this floor has a color that cannot be imitated
imitated. You will see knots, crack and check as well as original saw kerf throughout the face of this floor. It has the appropriate hardness to satisfy even the busiest home. Get in touch for your free samples.
where in miami can I find wooden imitation floors?
tonal - reclaimed distressed oak flooring
Beams, low ceiling light and floor
color of floor reclaimed wood at Hobo
“flooring” — marygillihan
Rauser Design
1 Review
Farmhouse Kitchen
What kind of floors are these? Is there a twin? Beautiful!
What kind of wood was used on the floors? Is it a character or rustic grade or reclaimed? Thanks!
What is the floor plan for this kitchen?
Could you please tell me the type and stain color of the wood floor? Thank you!
Loblolly Pine from salvaged beams that came out of a 100 year old warehouse roof. We had them milled into the tongue and groove flooring as well as the stair treads and handrail and the ceiling material in the bedrooms. The beams were 14" by 18", and there was still sap at the center!
select for the flooring? I recently did a full home renovation with reclaimed heart pine flooring from a whiskey distillery in Kentucky. I chose to finish the flooring with Danish oil instead of polyurethane, thinking that the character of the wood would be better preserved. The floors are really showing
“Like the colors. Like mixed old and modern of chandeliers.” — supang
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Atlanta Bungalow Renovation
match the original woodwork and ladder doors were salvaged from houses of the same era in nearby neighborhoods. A new kitchen, master bath and office nook incorporate period materials and details, while heart pine beams, original to the home, were salvaged and re-used as kitchen countertops. Once dark
What is the flooring type & brand?
This house is circa early 1900s and the flooring is original.
“Everything!” — suah
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Kitchen
What type of floors are used in this kitchen?
what is the color of these floors? what is the level of gloss?
Do you know the name of the stain used for the floors? What type of wood was used? Thank you
Reclaimed wood. I don't recall the species or stain color. It wasn't engineered but that is a valid option for wide plank floors.
dark floors, white cabs dark pulls, nice pendant lights
Colors but floor is too dark
Get the best of both worlds with a working-height table. When you need more kitchen prep space but don't want a giant island with to-the-floor storage, a tall table is a good solution. You can still comfortably do prep work, but this type of table takes up far less visual space than a built-in
“Kitchen Table” — Saghar Sefidbakht
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Kitchen Detail
Concrete countertops and white painted cabinets contrast with the texture of the savalged wideplank wood floors in this kitchen.
What kind of wood floor is this. And what is the stain color if used?
my eyes popped when i saw these floors. can you tell me the stain color? its exactly what i want!
kitchen right now, is all white, but needs to be updated, as it is many years old. The floor will stay, it is a brick, porcelain tile with concrete color grout. I'm hoping that won't be a problem. it's a mud floor that needed to be kind of thick due to leveling it (1890 home). I'll be keeping my white
Kaimana, Those look like an oak floor with a dark stain. Since that color is so dark you could get pretty close to it with either white or red oak. The red oak would be less expensive to use. If you have any flooring project questions please let me know joel@eutree.com
“concrete color” — swanie159
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