12,175 stained drift oak Home Design Photos

The Garden Consultants, Inc.
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Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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Love the natural look of drifts of wildflowers and grasses
4.Drifts of naturalistic plantings are shown here.
perennials and ornamental grasses. The designer calls this installation "drifts of naturalistic plantings."The soft, billowy effect is a huge success, mainly
feeling of ruralism, grasses are without doubt the most popular. Intermingling drifts with low-maintenance perennials is easy in large, open gardens, but to acheive
into the landscapeFor natural gardens in rural areas, plant groupings or drifts can be larger to echo those in the surrounding landscape. If possible, choose
“Meadow grass” — Mary Slocum
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
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Allen Residence - Whole Home Design and Remodel
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Contemporary kitchen with dark oak cabinetry, slab granite counters, stone/metal mosaic backsplash. Frosted glass in upper cabinets help balance out the
I love the floor color - could you please tell me what brand and color of stain is on it? And is it white
is a red oak and the stain color is Early American
I dont' know what stain was used on these cabinets but for a very similar style and stain, look at
the darker Minwax stains to get just the right dark tone.
Wondering what stain you used on the cabinets.
This wood looks like oak. I am hoping it
to look at is "epic" in oak and the finish is called Peppercorn. It is very similar to these.
What is the stain color on the floor?...white or red oak? Thank you!...What is the stain and wood on cabinets?
“Fridge position in cabinets” — Hilary Thornton
Maison Warehouse
"Home Redefined, Inside & Out" Servicing Northern Virginia
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WNUK SPURLOCK Architecture
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Capitol Hill Alteration
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comfortable entertainment space paneled in floor to ceiling stained white oak. A darker stained red oak floor covers the first floor completely and contrasts
Can you please tell me the brand of stain and color used.
Can you tell me the brand and color stain used on the floors?
1/4". We believe the red oak was select. Thanks!
A site finished floor gives the homeowner complete control over the stain color. These floors look
Hi thanks for inquiring. The red oak floors really came out beautiful in this project. The stain brand and color is Duraseal Ebony.
note the stairs, and floor color: red oak with
floors, red oak, plus info about engineered that can be stained
Antique brown floor with white oak woodwork
“floors” — mproth7
"Home Redefined, Inside & Out" Servicing Northern Virginia
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Rehder Construction, Inc.
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Los Altos Hills Kitchen
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Lovely! What kind of wood/stain is the floor? Do you remember the brand? Thanks.
, Thank you! The flooring is 3/4" x 4" tongue and groove white oak in a natural stain. Steve Rehder
What color stain was used on the ceiling? Did you condition the fir before staining? We are installing a tongue and groove
haymond - The flooring is Grade A four-inch plank oak. Grade B has knots/ slight defects (which some people like for its rustic
Hi Tina, This ceiling was finished with a clear finish, no stain or color added. We did use a sealer for the first coat and second coat was clear. Good
and groove white oak in a natural stain.
Ceiling: Doug Fir clear stain Floor: Oak, clear stain
oak with gray but its really light gray
“really like” — pfpark
hatch + ulland owen architects
Central Austin Residence: Interior
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not a new floor. This was an 80-year-old, white oak floor to start. We do not know the brand of stain used, although it was "ebony" in color.
hardwood stain - white oak stained ebony
white oak floor to start. We do not know the brand of stain used, although it was "ebony" in color.
80 year old floor jacobean/ebony stain minwax white oak floor
It looks like an Oak floor with dark Jacobean stain. Probably custom finish
ebony stained white oak hardwood floor...White oak -ebony stain Satin finish
“Drapes” — jenniferob
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
El Camino Residence - Living Room
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Do you know the exact white stain by chance? Thanks.
white oak flooring with bleach and white stain
White oak bleach and white stain
Bleach and white stain...Oak - Bleach and white stain...Oak with bleach and white stain...Bleached white oak...white stain of quarter...White oak white washed floors...rift sawn white oak...bleach and white stain...Bleached oak floor...light color of white oak...White oak floors...white oak...Like this stain too
“Gloor” — brune001
Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd
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Farmhouse
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Can you tell me what color/ brand stain was used on the floors?
White Oak takes a stain beautifully. Site finishing them lets you choose the exact stain combination you like. The Minwax website has a great utility for
picking stains. Have your finisher make a few samples for your. We just sent a 10" wide plank White Oak floor to another Houzz user. They did not stain it but
Do you know the width and stain? Thanks
They look like site finished white oak planks with no stain and about 4" wide.
“White Oak no stain” — rftidd
RisherMartin Fine Homes
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Travis Heights Shotgun
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What is the stain used on the floors? Are they red or white oak?
walnut stain you used...is it dark walnut by dura seal? thank you
Thank you! This floor is actually a red oak with a walnut colored stain.
Very close! These are actually a red oak wood - with a walnut colored stain.
The best of both worlds! The durability of oak and the deep beautiful color of walnut :-)
I agree, I see oak grain patterns as well.
walnut stain on red oak brushed silver hardware from emtek.com
Red oak with dark walnut stain...oak floors with walnut colored stain
“Entry table” — Njideka Jack
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