Contemporary TuscanMediterranean Entry, San Francisco

Tuscan medium tone wood floor and orange floor entryway photo in San Francisco with gray walls and a glass front door —  Houzz
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michelle wrote:Feb 17, 2013
khgator wrote:Nov 9, 2011
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    Noel Cross+Architects
    Sorry, i don't know.
  • llcjayll14

    This looks like natural brazillian cherry wood with a gloss finish.. Its recommended to NOT stain cherry wood. The floor has a natural red color to it and if its solid (which I'm sure in this picture it is) you really can't stain or change the color because of its natural red hue.


carolw45 wrote:Aug 27, 2012
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    Noel Cross+Architects
    Gosh it is beautiful, but I don;t have that info. Interior designer picked it out.
  • Robin
    I have a floor that looks like that, it's BR111 Brazillian Cherry.
jenrondi wrote:May 2, 2012
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    Noel Cross+Architects
    Yep, that is correct.
  • llcjayll14

    Any idea on the exact color of stain used on the front door?


glucero wrote:Feb 24, 2012
  • morr
    you are just a nasty person.
  • morr
    sarcastic too.
mdmg950 wrote:Feb 12, 2014
  • denisemainz
    You need to hire an architect to draw them for you and your contractor.
    They are called truncated arches. They are a true radius. There is not a mathematical formula, you just need to have someone draw them for you.
  • mdmg950
    Thank you
rsparr wrote:Feb 23, 2013
jazzayi wrote:Aug 28, 2016
kimmijackson wrote:Jan 11, 2015
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    Noel Cross+Architects
    Sorry, don't have the color name. Interior designer came up with the custom color and is now no longer in business.
appranne wrote:Mar 7, 2014
Three Palms wrote:Mar 2, 2012
lpwagner wrote:Dec 19, 2013
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