11 treebark Home Design Photos

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Alderman Design Build
Cabin At Little Pine - Marshall, N.C.
Ideabooks79
Questions0
Sometimes the materials just speak to you. This slab from a fallen tree wanted to be a counter top . . . and we had the perfect place in this rustic cabin. I was a teacher and a mama before I became a designer. I have found the most critical disposition for any of these positions is the disposition of listening: to the client, the materials, and the craftsmen / builders. ...More
“bar top” — Philip MacIntyre
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Christensen Remodeling
Ideabooks2,879
Questions7
treebark pattern
“layout furniture” — Angela Cosguner
Andrew Keys
'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey')
Ideabooks679
Questions1
enough soil to hold the plant in place, fill the hole with water and let the plant absorb the water. If your soil seems too dense and heavy, add tree-bark mulch to the mix. Fill in the rest of the hole with soil and tamp it down. 3. Add mulch atop the soil to keep in the moisture, spreading it all around
“Plant” — swreinhardt
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The Sky is the Limit Design
5 Reviews
West Coast Fusion
Ideabooks311
Questions0
Coast Style space. The bar top in itself was a challenge, as we had to find 5 pieces of so called 'Life Edge' Wood ( which shows the shape of the treebark, see on the left side), and find a way to make butt them into each other in a fitting way. The brushed Black Matrix stone counters were doubled up
“Wooden top and the colour mix thorough out as feels country pub in some ways” — Matthew Hard Castle
The New York Botanical Garden
Oakleaf Hydrangea
Ideabooks173
Questions2
enough soil to hold the plant in place, fill the hole with water and let the plant absorb the water. If your soil seems too dense and heavy, add tree-bark mulch to the mix. Fill in the rest of the hole with soil and tamp it down. Add mulch atop the soil to keep in the moisture, spreading it all around
“oakleaf hydrangea” — sfresch
Cameo Homes Inc.
11 Reviews
Park City, Utah by Cameo Homes Inc.
Ideabooks285
Questions1
treebark wallpaper - beautiful
“pared corteza” — Dolores Loffreda
Christopher Kellie Design Inc.
1 Review
Bark Paneled Bath
Ideabooks3,114
Questions6
Great Idea for wall of powder room. Looks like a tree-bark!
“bathroom” — Monika Harris
Brookfield Residential Colorado
Midtown Portfolio
Ideabooks166
Questions3
Residence Eight features Kwal CL2911W TreeBark paint
“Yyy” — Sunny Pannu
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