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Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
concrete detail on fireplace... wood impression created by planks
into the room and the wood effect
The modern look (with the glass wall) and the feel of a warm, welcoming home (with the use of wood).
form that’s then filled with concrete. Once it has hardened, the boards are ripped away, exposing the grain of the wood detail and board lines on the concrete.Rain screen–style fir wood panels make up the interior walls. Here they're placed over drywall that's been painted black.
are stacked up, creating a structure that’s then filled with concrete. Once it has hardened, the boards are ripped away, exposing the grain of the wood detail and board lines on the concrete.Wooden screen-style panels make up the partition walls. Here they’re placed over an existing wall that’s been painted
Sellentin True Design Build
what types of wood are being used (door, beams, flooring)
What stain was used for the front door? Fiberglass or true wood? Thanks!
Sorry about the late response, Been out in the field/construction. The door is Real Wood. by the Simpson Door company and hung by Frank's Lumber "the door store" The finish is a satin interior lacquer (clear...no stain). The door is Douglas Fir. It becomes richer and deeper in tone with age. It
all of the high-quality wood detailing stands out.
Natural wood doors with white trim
Combo of wood finish doors and painted casings
Keep doors wood & paint trim white
White baseboard and trim around wood doors.
Flat trim with a little added detail.
white trim with stained wood doors
Bar with waterfall detail and cool "light" fixture over island
Whit kitchen with wood bar/island
Wood bar, lamps, lounge
and light. Like the exterior, the inside of the house is very modern, with light finishes on the walls and ceilings and minimal details. The oak floors and occasional wood detail (the peninsula in the kitchen here) add some warmth.
Wood light...Wood details...Bar detail...bright, wood...Wood bar...wood counter...wood countertops...wood flooring
On Site Management, Inc.
Thank you for your question. No, the flooring product is called Thresher, it is old reclaimed loft barn wood. The product is very labor intensive, and only has a 40% usability rate. It also needs to be hand sanded, and is relatively soft in nature. The finish
raw wood for floors and cabinets
Grey counters with barn wood island
Leah loves floor. Beams too heavy and too low. Gray wood cabinets might work if we go rustic.
I love the rustic beam work and the different colors of wood
Textured neutrals. Consider all of the texture from rustic wood details in cabinets, beams and flooring. Now layer that look with neutral finishes like concrete countertops and several shades of gray for a perfect modern cabin mix.
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Houzz Tour: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
Glynis Wood Interiors actually they are white oak
wood wall with tv. stacked wood detailing on this wall with mounted Tv
Stacked wood surround on tv, mirror outdoor fence
The living room at the front of the great room uses the same burnt orange color from the outside sectional. The stacked wood detailing seen outdoors also repeats on this wall with a mounted television, bridging the indoor and outdoor spaces. Sofa, pillows: Crate & Barrel
B Pila Design Studio
Simple wood frame over paint for head board
wall detail, love the cut-out curtain panel
when it is picked up elsewhete in the room via textiles, furnishings and decorative accessories. This deep red is gorgeous set against the rick wood details, and the white wall helps lighten it all up.
when it's picked up elsewhere in the room via textiles, furnishings and decorative accessories. This deep red is gorgeous set against the rich wood details, and the white wall helps lighten it all up.
Schwartz and Architecture
Schwartz and Architecture
wall by the banquette. try and picture a piece of art where the window is..minus the seating but I also really like the wood stain on this banquette. Would this be in the right wood tone that you like?
gorgeous modern version of the window seat is a clever example of building out, if a ledge to build one into does not exist. Minimalist design, rich wood detailing, extra storage below and lighting above make for a lovely little nook.
Emily Hagerman Design
Beach Grove Renovation
Stairs: www.stairsinternational.com This was a custom railing, basically you build your own depending on what rails you want, material and finishing details.
Wood photos on the wall and the plant
Stair railing -- iron with wood
simple drum shades bring the light in this hallway down to "human level." By using three separate fixtures, the light is evening distributed. The wood detail gives these pendants a more architectural feeling.