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Kelly & Co.
2 Reviews
Barn and Entertainment/Music Performance Space
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double sink with wood and marble
I like the vanity wood. I also like the wood paneling on the walls. I might do that instead of re-drywalling.
“Love the ceiling!” — amacvm
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
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Bruce Kading Interior Design
3 Reviews
California Maison
Library w wood & bronze sculpture
Fireplace and wood paneling wall - srv
fireplace mantel (sitting room favorite)
stained wood with white trim
Study, wallpaper and wood
Fireplace mantel...dark wood trim...Stone & wood...I like the mantel...wood trim
“Rug” — Sarah Von Schuch
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Living Room
Wood trim, beautiful stone and mantel
Mantel and coordinating column for dr
Warm wood, bright colors + white trim.
blue paint and wood beams
Color wood...Like our mantel...Wood beams...Wood stain...wood look beams...fireplace mantel...wood columns...wood flooring
“Beach mantle. Screen porch or family room LL” — lheadly
Ashton Woods Atlanta
8 Reviews
Ashton Woods Atlanta Living Rooms
Love the wood, neat chairs, colors, stone fireplace, shelf lighting
the wood of the chairs add a nice touch!
Mantel and Stone Work
Ashton Woods Atlanta Living Rooms
Ashton Woods Atlanta
Full length mantel...Ashton Woods Homes
“Interesting fireplace” — steveoden
Parkyn Design
10 Reviews
The Cottage
Like the mantel ,and wood burning FP
Nice wood stained windows and trim with beam work . Light walls
chandelier, wood floor side tables like our style already
room from the Toronto home whose basement made it to the No. 5 spot on our list. A towering mixed-stone fireplace complements a reclaimed elm floor and wood beams. See more photos of this homeWall paint: Monterey White, Benjamin Moore
“Fireplace, window treatment” — szvoight
Divine Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Luxury Home
What are the dimensions of the mantel please?
wood floors, white trim with wood on ceilings
Mantel and different levels of flooring -could do in foyer?
Love open floor plan, hardwood floor and white walls and wood beams and candle chandeliers
wall color and wood floor color
Wood floors and fire place
gray walls and wood floors
“Perfect combo stone wood and white” — mpd247
Camber Construction
Front door
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horizontal wood on the walls-get details I WANT IT
wood, can see all the way through back
“madera nogal oscuro” — Alberto Zumaya
Modern Living Room
I know it's poured concrete, but if I were to do it on wood, how would I stain it to get this look?
There is a stamp that is designed to look like wood planks and there are people that have colored it to make it look like real wood. So yes it can be done.
At our fireplace shop, we put white birch logs in one of our wood burning fireplaces while it is not being used.
Not really - The wood impression comes from the formwork used when the concrete was poured... ...when concrete floors are poured, they don't need formwork - and I don't know that there's a way to do spamped concrete w/ a wood impression as it would be difficult for the strips
out of stacked boards in some of the areas. When we took the forms off this is what the concrete looked like. The concrete absorbed something from the wood that caused the variations in color. I can't wait to use this technique for my outdoor kitchen.
“Color” — hawgman1
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