74,985 timber extensions Home Design Photos

DiGuiseppe Architect
Diguiseppe Architecture
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trusses. Additions included a gourmet kitchen, copper and metal roofing, eighteenth century wood doors from the Chateau D’If along with hand hewn timbers and extensive landscaping. The large deck affords views of the lower valley.
trusses. Additions included a gourmet kitchen, copper and metal roofing, eighteenth century wood doors from the Chateau DIf along with hand hewn timbers and extensive landscaping. The large deck affords views of the lower valley.
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Bright Design Architects
House Extension, Dublin 6W
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House Extension, Dublin 6W
Timber clad extension
timber cladding
“window” — Haven Arch + Design
Bright Design Architects
House Extension, Dublin 6W
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House Extension, Dublin 6W
Timber clad extension
timber cladding
“Window” — Haven Arch + Design
Bright Design Architects
House Extension, Dublin 6W
Ideabooks9
Questions0
House Extension, Dublin 6W
Timber clad extension
timber cladding
“Green roof” — neilandjuliehouse
Skyring Architects
1 Review
New extention to rear
Ideabooks2,109
Questions2
Concept of extension coming out from house
Love the extension would work well out the back
suburbsThis extension added space for a new dining room and kitchen onto a Retro home in Brisbane. The roof configuration maximises light and airflow into the home, while a retractable screen shields the internal living area from the hot sun when required.
1. De l’espace en banlieueCette extension a fourni
“Raulings” — Amanda Clarke
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks939
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The kitchen, with folded timber detailing. The timber floor is all the one species: recycled Grey Ironbark, which has a natural variation from board to board. Photo by Emma Cross
I would love to know what timber is used in the bench top. Thankyou
native hardwood. The timber is very dense and hard wearing. It was pulled out of an old bridge in Queensland and re-milled into furniture boards.
Thanks for your question. The timber used here is a recycled Grey Ironbark, a beautiful and particularly dense timber from one of the
the eucalyptus species here in Australia. The timber was salvaged from a demolished bridge up in Queensland, then transported down to Victoria where it was re-milled into floorboards. There is no specific pattern for the timber flooring, however the boards are 80 x 20mm tongue and groove. The variation
“wood bench” — cristimorf
Swell Homes
11 Reviews
Ozone
Ideabooks7,388
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Nice, simple kitchen. White with timber
All white- timber finish under island
door frame colour and furniture on light timber tiles
Love the timber bulkhead
Timber reveals over bench
Kitchen extension...Timber cladding
“poutre qui entoure les amoires” — isabellesirois
Capital Building
3 Reviews
SOUTH COOGEE - House
Ideabooks130K
Questions59
This room plays off a white backdrop against textures, recycled timbers and soft grey accessories. Add the faux fireplace and the room is made for sweet dreams! Photography by Sue Murray - imagineit.net.au
Would you use timber look tiles on the bed wall? I was thinking of using the same tiles on the bed wall as on the ensuite floor. What do you think?
solution for you - we used actual timber strips which we stained to suit the colour tones in the laminate flooring. If you can pick up the right tones the timber should disappear in the overall look. Another suggestion would be to not use one vertical strip of timber perhaps break it up into the size
on a sloped ceiling! My only suggestion would be to ensure you have enough white walls to balance out a large expanse of the timber. You don't want to end up with too much timber and look like a Sauna from the 70's. Good luck with your project!
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