85,571 wooden post Home Design Photos

Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Ranch
Ideabooks3,039
Questions5
the wood post and adding a room-spanning steel girder on the ceiling, Jay was able to drastically open up and reconfigure the kitchen space
the wood post and adding a room-spanning steel girder on the ceiling, Jay was able to drastically open up and reconfigure the kitchen space. The wooden post would have been right on top of where this table now sits. The entertainment producer’s father made the table and chairs by hand in the 1950s. Jay
“Barstool” — zeprover
Aiken House & Gardens
Carolyn Aiken
Ideabooks3,666
Questions1
gerenium on post. Add posts somewhere for hammock.
Wooden posts are a good substitute if you don't have two trees close enough to each other — or any trees at all! Make sure that your posts are at least 4"x4", or larger. Your posts will need to be placed at least two feet in the ground, and surrounded by at least eight inches of concrete in order
for your posts is wider than the top. This will prevent frost heaving.
vine-covered post. Clematis is a great choice, with a wide range of pinks, purples and whites to choose from and a graceful twining habit. Other vines might take over your hammock, but clematis will grow peacefully and stay in its place.
“aaahhhhh.....” — Brian-Chalice Honeycutt
MCM Design
Terrace
Ideabooks1,746
Questions1
hammock to a post, porch, or deck, use 1/2-inch diameter eye bolts to connect the hammock to the post. Be careful not to accidentally pick up eye screws from the hardware store! Eye screws can strip and pull out of a wooden post or pole very suddenly (ouch!). Eye bolts are drilled completely into the post,
hammock to a post, porch, or deck, use 1/2-inch diameter eye bolts to connect the hammock to the post. Be careful not to accidentally pick up eye screws from the hardware store! Eye screws can strip and pull out of a wooden post or pole very suddenly (ouch!). Eye bolts are drilled completely into the post,
“pergola” — Mary Ann Harris
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Lower Level Bar
Ideabooks1,932
Questions3
Curved bartop, flat wood, posts on side.
Cabinets and lights. Wooden posts.
bar layout, wood posts on each end, open on both sides,
post at wall to balance of other one
Nice smooth finished wooden posts and beam.
POTTLE BAR STRUCTURAL POST
cover posts...between posts...Like post for bar
“Like bar seating and countertop” — kpfan
Teakwood Builders, Inc.
5 Reviews
Rustic Refined
Ideabooks1,407
Questions3
wooden post in the middle of the house
natural wooden post nd beams.
the separation posts
table and wooden beams
wooden beam...ceiling and posts...post and beam
“chairs” — mangrist
HighCraft Builders
10 Reviews
Cottonwood Pt
Ideabooks2,202
Questions3
Move posts to center or closer together
post table treatment
Basement post with shelves around
POST IN MIDDLE OF ISLAND
post with islasnd design
Post in middle of conter
wood on post...island post...Post treatment...Nice wooden post...post and pole style...around post...Base of post
“Kitchen ideas.” — Jill Minerva
Jose Garcia Design
Malsh-Segal House
Ideabooks269
Questions0
love the windows, the view and the wooden posts
Outdoor wooden clad posts
“Windows” — whoolay
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
Latimer Residence
Ideabooks825
Questions3
Every wooden pillar is uniquely different and adds personality to the room.
log post through the countertop
the wood post...wooden pillar...Post and beams...Log posts...POST AND STOOLS...wooden post...log post...The wooden poles...post and pole style...Tree post in iskand...Pillar Wooden...Rustic support post...wooden beam pillars
“Pillars” — thenusa
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