the swell houseIndustrial Hall, DC Metro

Inspiration for an industrial light wood floor hallway remodel in DC Metro with white walls —  Houzz
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weichertranch wrote:Mar 24, 2013
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    I handcraft hardware similar to this at a very affordable cost. Please feel free to visit my store.
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Karen Haworth wrote:Aug 16, 2013
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    Brennan + Company Architects
    The number '2' is being used as a handle in this case. I'm sure you could find many resources for house numbers.
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gerro wrote:Mar 17, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Soft Coral is a similar color.
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    Brennan + Company Architects
    We used Sherwin Williams, Harmony, No VOC paint. I don't have the color on record.
Ken Ankli wrote:Jan 21, 2013
Martha Gaviria wrote:Jul 4, 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 5 Places to Love Corrugated Metal in Your HouseJan 30, 2014

    WallsCorrugated metal is made in panels typically between 24 and 40 inches wide and 8 feet long or longer, making it a great solution for cladding walls. The corrugations, or waves, come in various profiles. A slim profile, meaning the waves are smaller and closer together, would be around 1¼ inches by ¼ inch. A large profile would be in the neighborhood of 2¾ inches by ⅞ inch. The first number indicates the on-center dimension between the waves, while the second is the overall panel height.Steel is the most popular material for new corrugated metal panels. However, some manufacturers, such as Steelogic Metal Systems, offer them in aluminum, copper and Galvalume, a zinc-aluminum alloy with an anticorrosive matte finish.

    Houzz added this to Steel StudOct 26, 2012

    Steel studs are shown in this image, where the wall meets the ceiling. Unless the studs are exposed, it's impossible to tell when steel instead of wood studs are used to frame a home.

    Houzz added this to Sliding Barn DoorApr 27, 2012

    A barn door can slide open a little or a lot without taking up extra floor space.

    Samantha Schoech added this to Choose the Right Doorknob for the JobApr 16, 2012

    Sliding doors don't need knobs that turn. This number-two pull is pretty clever.

    Katya Popova added this to Put a Narrow Hallway to WorkApr 2, 2012

    Your senses are so engaged by the texture of this wall, you barely notice the narrow proportions of the hallway.

    Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Small Gestures Make a Big ImpactMar 6, 2012

    A rolling barn door is a surefire conversation starter all on its own, but paint it orange and you've got yourself a showstopper. Add matching accessories and you're the talk of the town! If a barn door isn't in the stars for you, don't fret! A boldly painted door, regardless of the style, will work wonders.

    Cathy Lara added this to Runway to Room: Home Style Has a Brush With Nail ArtFeb 24, 2012

    Earthy terra cotta and industrial steel are a dual-toned match made in Houzz heaven with this sliding barn door.

    Danyelle Mathews added this to Doors Open to ColorFeb 17, 2012

    This painted barn door becomes even more interesting with the lovely pop of color.

    Shawn Gauthier added this to Your Doors: Make a Grand EntranceJul 25, 2011

    Bid adieu to traditional hinges and instead put your door on a track. Install a metal wall and choose a door in a bold color for a contemporary spin.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    HU-83782471 added this to My ideasMay 20, 2019

    like the solid door with the corrugated metal walls

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