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Design Visions of Austin
5 Reviews
Award winning Lake Travis residence
the wood species and stain color on the doors? Thank you.
Stain color of the beams and doors
are the ceiling beams stained?...Stain color...Stained doors...door stain for beams
“Doors and beams” — Aleria Lorino
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014 & 2015
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Kell Architects
1 Review
Mack Kitchen
Type of wood used and stain color for cabinets?
Type of wood used for cabinets and what color of stain was used on cabinets. Also what color
These cabinets are American Cherry wood with clear varnish, no stain.
black/green combo. Don't have the info in the granite any longer. There is no stain on the cabinets, only clear coats on the Cherry cabinetry.
I like the wood color in general but there's so much variety in the stain and grain that it looks piecemeal.
counter top and wood stain combo...medium tone stained cabinets, bin pulls
“Cabinet dark counter floor” — katlew13
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
14 Reviews
West Philadelphia Addition
planks are salvaged fir/pine and were finished with a semi-transparent white stain. Thanks for your question!
Wall planks - salvaged fir/pine finished with semi tranparent white stain
semi white stain...wood stain...Semi transparent white stain
“table with black chairs” — Nick Shepherd
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
picture about I would say the the color is a Dark Walnut stain or something similar.
What is the stain, brand and color on the bannister?
that I personally worked on so I can't say for sure. My finisher mixes all stains on site to a customers specific instructions and typically uses Mohawk or
Dark stained + white stairs, curved end
“wainscoting” — jvonderahe
Cushman Design Group
11 Reviews
Modern Shaker
please tell me what stain you used on the beams and window trim.
We are in the middle of a dilemma - our Pine window trim is being stained is week and it
zebra- the light grain is not picking up e stain color it looks white and the non grained parts looked stained. Confused and worried.
try to use stain conditioner first on all soft woods
The window trim is painted – Ben Moore HC-49 Regal Satin Gloss. For stains, the answer is not as straight forward. We develop custom colors and custom
environment and other factors. Samples, using the actual wood that will be stained, are always provided for review by the Owner, Contractor and Installer,
products on the beams, including a penetration sealer and a custom blended stain. Please feel free to contact us to discuss how we may be of assistance to
“Modern rustic in a cabin...” — Ngan Lyle
22 Reviews
Outdoor Kitchen
What product was used to stain the concrete? Very nice
like the wood and stone, the bottle bricks, mottled stain concrete
Concrete stain...stained concrete floor in the LR...concrete stain see: Kemiko...stained concrete floor...Wood stain...kemiko stain ...
“Chapa. Fogao” — Juliana Sabato
jamesthomas, LLC
23 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
That part of the cabinetry doesn't look painted but looks like a grey stain. Could you provide the color?
The species is a rift and quarter sawn white oak with a light "gray" stain.
Do you know what stain they used on these floors? Are they pre-finished? They're the best! Thanks
they maple? I see the other response that they are painted but are they stained? Thank you!
The floors are a grey, custom stain and were produced/installed by Apex Wood Flooring.
Flooring in Downers Grove rift & quarter sawn white oak with a light grey stain
Nice color - it's stained...I would like this for the island and the tall unit in the dining area
“Grey” — maireadh2014
Corey Klassen Interior Design
5 Reviews
Kensington 1 - Kitchen Renovation
Eclectic stained white (yes, stained white, look closer) kitchen with Fisher & Paykel, Electrolux, and Corian. Photos by Jason Karman.
white stain before. I don't want white that is painted because it can chip, nor do I want that "thermafoil" (I think it's called that). Your stain in the
photos, but there is subtle woodgrain and it is not solid. Unfortunately the stain is exclusive to a local supplier. The majority of my kitchens are painted
grain showing and it doesn't look white washed. So, I was wondering what stain it was.
What kind of stain is it?
“Backsplash” — gbaron57
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