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Mountain Lumber - Custom Prefinished Flooring

Mountain Lumber - Custom Prefinished Flooring

What do you think about 7048 Urbane Bronze? Now on the Rugh Design color wheel and ready for your comments and questions!

Color Scheme for Urbane Bronze SW 7048

What do you think about 7048 Urbane Bronze? Now on the Rugh Design color wheel and ready for your comments and questions!

Functional Gray SW 7024 now on the Rugh Design Color Wheel! I am ready for your comments and questions!

Color Scheme for Functional Gray SW 7024

Functional Gray SW 7024 now on the Rugh Design Color Wheel! I am ready for your comments and questions!

DIY Wide-Plank Floors (Made from Plywood!) | How-to

10 Budget Tutorials to Add Farmhouse Character to a Builder Grade House

This photo was taken on December 25, 2005 in Donzy, Burgundy, FR, using a Canon EOS 300D Digital.

This photo was taken on December 25, 2005 in Donzy, Burgundy, FR, using a Canon EOS 300D Digital.

Bonelli-Steel-Windows-Mill-Valley-Remodel-Gardenista Above: In this Mill Valley kitchen remodel, architect Brett Terpeluk, of Studio Terpeluk, added floor-to-ceiling casement windows, which flood the kitchen with natural light. Originally, the idea was to have custom window frames made of blackened steel with a wax finish, but the clients opted for a low-maintenance–and less expensive–alternative: Bonelli Series 700 frames of anodized aluminum with a bronze finish.

Bonelli-Steel-Windows-Mill-Valley-Remodel-Gardenista Above: In this Mill Valley kitchen remodel, architect Brett Terpeluk, of Studio Terpeluk, added floor-to-ceiling casement windows, which flood the kitchen with natural light. Originally, the idea was to have custom window frames made of blackened steel with a wax finish, but the clients opted for a low-maintenance–and less expensive–alternative: Bonelli Series 700 frames of anodized aluminum with a bronze finish.

If your home is predominantly stone, brick or some other material that isn't painted, you can select the right accent color by pulling out a color that exists in that material. For example, if your stonework has a soft pale green hue scattered throughout, selecting that color for details and trim elements can be quite nice. Just stand back and survey the material, looking for those spots of color you notice and want to bring out.

If your home is predominantly stone, brick or some other material that isn't painted, you can select the right accent color by pulling out a color that exists in that material. For example, if your stonework has a soft pale green hue scattered throughout, selecting that color for details and trim elements can be quite nice. Just stand back and survey the material, looking for those spots of color you notice and want to bring out.

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