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Hoyt / CTA Architects
Traditional Western
Ideabooks2,433
Questions3
phrase “too much wood.” In your ideal kitchen, rough-hewn, distressed and well-worn woods mix with one another on floors, countertops and cabinets. Stone walls
“Light and Dark” — Loon Rustics LLC
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Carter Kay Interiors
1 Review
Living Room
Ideabooks5,553
Questions9
Like the wood on the table, really scratched and worn out like its been used in the see
“potential bedroom colors” — joannwj
Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
Ideabooks4,662
Questions5
afford ipe wood. My experience is that composites start looking a little worn out after a while and not in a good way. Good luck.
“raised deck down to patio” — Staci Reay
Master Woodworks inc
5 Reviews
The American Dream
Ideabooks1,107
Questions4
formula, along with steel wool and a ton of elbow grease to get the rail worn in just the right places. Most patina solutions can be found at sculpture
“Bar” — karmamc1
Fedewa Custom Works
10 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks5,495
Questions11
into each door. Then when we distress the doors, the edges of the pegs get worn back off, creating an eased edge. I believe the guys drill a round hole
“like cab colors” — lollid
Sara Tuttle Interiors
Dining Room
Ideabooks3,024
Questions7
table to the chairs, the coordinating art and curtains and chair fabric, the worn texture of the table top. Centered vase.
“Chair rail” — Jennifer Weidert
Nature's Realm
16 Reviews
Braeswood Place Pool and Courtyard
Ideabooks4,450
Questions3
reality? Remember that backyards are dirty places, people. Instead, opt for a worn, off-white look (like this image) or a light grey.
“ogrodzenie2” — willa2015
Sroka Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
In The Country
Ideabooks5,622
Questions7
probably too much worn look here
“Window trim” — slynnk
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