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Siemasko + Verbridge
by stone retaining walls made entirely of granite taken from the site during construction. Clad almost entirely in cedar shingles, the house will weather to a classic grey. Photo Credit: Blind Dog Studio
Beautiful exterior, but the materials are a bit vague. The shape is really nice though
I LIKE THE MATERIALS USED, DOOR, & WINDOWS.
Monticello Homes & Development
What material did you use for the kitchen cabinets.
agonizing over countertop material- can you tell me what you used here? It looks great. Is it a standard thickness? Thanks so much!
Thanks so much! It's beautiful and it's so great to see the two exact materials we chose looking so perfect together- you are giving me some inspiration for floor Color as well...will check out the other pics- thanks again!
The curved kitchen has cabinets from Ikea in a farm-friendly weathered-wood finish; corrugated metal covers the vent over the cooktop. Kelli hand crafted the backsplash. “I did not want a typical tile backsplash, and
The curved kitchen has cabinets from Ikea in a farm-friendly weathered-wood finish; corrugated metal covers the vent over the cooktop.
Hi, please tell me what color is the stain on the walls and what materials are the chimney made of? Thanks!
weathered cedar with brown trim and color clad windows
The softness of the weathered wood
Rustic weathered siding with rustic trim
Weathered wood w tin
colors, materials, proportions, shapes
Great lines, funky barn materials
Materials and color
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
BBQ and Outdoor Kitchen
Michele Lee Willson Photography A refined material palette modernizes this conventional 60′s ranch-home’s yard. Repetition of materials like stone, ipe and concrete combine beautifully to form a bold and contemporary garden. Layered walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering
What material was used to construct the kitchen platform?
What material was used to construct the kitchen platform under the ipe? Thank you.
What material did you use for the outdoor barbeque countertop and bar? The entire space is beautiful. Thank you.
make Grills, Lynx, DCS also make refrigerators. Be mindful of the seasonal conditions. If there is any freeze thaw, even slight - you will want to weatherize.
PLACE architect ltd.
What material is the driveway made from? How is the surface finished?
The way the different materials come together with the siding.
Alternating angled roofs. Hate the colors and materials.
the two-car garage with Sam's office above, the natural wood shiplap siding and the chartreuse HardiePanel — all low-maintenance materials that were carefully detailed to resist the elements gracefully. "Sam's home office above the garage is a real workplace for him. He telecommutes some days of the week
There are even pervious asphalt and concrete options that can replace traditional materials on high-traffic driveways or entry roads. Basically, the structure of these materials is similar to that of conventional concrete but with wider pores. I’ve heard conflicting conclusions about
I can never resist a beautiful piece of driftwood
each piece gets paired with the delicacy of this fine linen sheeting, and the gray choice of material ties it all in beautifully. Very Anthropologie. Very do-able.
Return home with a gift from the sea. Weather-beaten driftwood creates a beautiful headboard while the oyster-shell wind chime is a sweet
pun is still such a big interiors trend and natural-textured bed linens harness the look perfectly. New or vintage, combine with earthy hues and weathered woods for the most peaceful of bedroom schemes.What do you think of linen? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Decorate with driftwoodRecycling what nature washes ashore is a great way to create the weathered look on a budget. Piece together a headboard from driftwood, or make a wind chime from shells or old glass bottles filled with sand.Get more ideas
Christopher Kellie Design Inc.
Pasture Lane - The Farm at Banner Elk
I like the use of the metal roof on the red barn part - most would be afraid to mix materials where the roofs connect. Is this something you have done previously? I'm in the middle of a roof
The red barnwood is Cabot Semi Transparent Baked Brick. This was applied to old, weathered wood, so applying the same color to new wood might result in a brighter color. It's always best to try a few samples first. The dark grey paint color was a custom match to the metal roofing we used, so unfortunately
and have the paint store match it. August 10, 2012 at 6:12am Like TAG wrote: Wonderful use of materials - I like the use of the metal roof on the red barn part - most would be afraid to mix materials where the roofs connect. Is this something you have
Would snow or rain have a negative effect on this material, or on decomposed granite, on Long Island, New York ? Thanks.
Is this pathway compacted dirt or some other material?
Decomposed Granite (DG) -- granite rock weathered to the point of breaking into very small pieces and silt-like particles. Reddish-tan that fades over time to lighter tan. Sold by cubic yard.
and adding it to the adjacent planting bed. Layer some thick gravel toped with grit to finish the look. Ask supplier how their DG holds up in wet weather.
Decomposed GraniteThe basics: Decomposed granite, or DG, is a granitic rock that has weathered to the point of breaking into very small pieces and silt-like particles. It comes in a reddish-tan color that will fade to a lighter tan over time. Decomposed granite is ideal for pathways and rustic patios