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Winter CabinRustic Family Room, Burlington

Architect: Joan Heaton Architects
Builder: Silver Maple Construction

Example of a mountain style open concept medium tone wood floor family room design in Burlington with beige walls —  Houzz
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hillbat wrote:Mar 21, 2012
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    Silver Maple Construction LLC
    The Flooring is the most distressed grade of 3/4" antique heart pine. We use antique heart a lot and to be honest this stuff really had us worried while we were laying it. It was really chewed up and a lot more beat up than the stuff we're used to. That said, as you can see, once we sanded and finished it with Waterlox finish it came out beautifully.
  • allisonflemming
    I would love to know this pickling recipe as well please :)
gabriellestar wrote:Aug 4, 2013
  • Suzanne Blake

    I love the looks of the wood floor. Can you let me know what was used for the wood, stain, and finish. Thank You

  • hankshousepics

    Waterlox- ok great! - and what kind of wood is the flooring?

pinkandredmommy wrote:Apr 22, 2012
carlycc wrote:May 29, 2012
  • carlycc
    Oh yes! It's not a home without the doggy, and he blends in nicely too! hehe. Such a lovely open space for him to roam around. And I am starting to appreciate the ceiling the more I look at it too! This is such a groovy pad!! XXX
  • jmitch23
    What kind of stain is used on the ceiling?
gabriellestar wrote:Aug 4, 2013
  • Jessica Lavallee
    I'm looking to renovate our cabins kitchen in Vermont and would love to do a similar look with blue milk paint. Where did you get the cabinets? I'll need to replace the cabinets in my cabin to have better use of the space.
  • Dina Pradel

    I'm curious what technique was used on the cabinets. I've been experimenting with milk paint to try to get the same look. It looks like they cut the Sea Green color with white, and perhaps only applied one coat? Wondering if they did any distressing.

deltajana wrote:Aug 9, 2012
  • jhmfred
    I wish to white wash new knotty pine tongue and groove wall planks. Do you know the paint products and techniques used to produce the finish on these walls?
  • jhmfred
    ignore comment above as I see answer below
amyls64 wrote:Dec 16, 2012
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    Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
    Sorry I am unsure, the owner provided the refrigerator.
  • diane0905

    Nice photographs. It appears the dog does live inside. ;) I'll say this is a winter cabin. So much beautiful snow.

jareehall wrote:Apr 15, 2012
  • paulao
    We are mid construction on a similar layout. Based on what I can see it looks like the walls are 9', maybe 10'. The roof pitch is probably 8:12 or maybe 9:12. We are constructing a 9:12 pitch. The room appears to be about 22' wide and longer than it is wide. Our house has 9' walls, 9:12 roof and the room is 22' wide by 12' long....so I'm pretty familiar with the way the space looks. We also have almost an identical loft space. Also, our is similar in that we have 2 interior doors on the loft wall. We will have a sliding barn door to the left and a regular swing door on the right of the loft wall. Maybe this will help until someone with the actual dimensions replies. Good luck!
  • paulao
    an exterior photo
laca wrote:Mar 23, 2012
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Barbara King Realty wrote:Nov 16, 2012
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    Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
    It's not a full-time home. I was the photographer for the architect and builder. There is not any more storage space. The homeowners are there quite a bit and they bring in just what they need for every season. The site is very beautiful too.
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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              Joanne Palmisano Design added this to Houzz Tour: Cozy Vermont Cabin Blanketed in CharmMar 1, 2012

              Phiona, the owner of fabric store Nido, wanted the cabin to have a patinated look. She achieved the aesthetic by pickling and marbling the walls and adding antique furnishings. Exposed wood paneling on the walls, ceiling and floors create warmth. "One of my favorite features in the cabin is the paneling details," says Flynn. "There is not a single piece of drywall in the cabin. From the pickled pine paneling to the natural pine ceiling, everything in the cabin feels like a built-in."

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              Sogno Design Group added this to stockholm gluckMay 8, 2019

              vaulted, wood ceiling at the kitchen

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