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Farmhouse Wall Treatment – Weathered White Wood

Today our Decor Enthusiast Bloggers are sharing ideas for creating the farmhouse look for your home. You will find the links to their awesome posts at the bottom. I’m sharing a farmhouse wall treatment: Recently I had an opportunity to work on a feature wall for my niece, she fell in love with my barn ... Read More about Farmhouse Wall Treatment – Weathered White Wood

Easy to follow tutorial DIY board and batten

On Monday I mentioned we fell behind a day and I’d have to split this project into two posts. Well, I kicked it into high gear over these past few days and I’m happy to report that this…

Modern Board & Batten Wall for the Home Gym - CityGirl Meets FarmBoy

Creating a home gym is simple with this modern board and batten wall tutorial. We used HGTV Home by Sherwin Williams paint to really make it stand out.

M O D E R N WAINSCOTING

Accent wall, feature walls artist in the Dallas, Plano, Frisco, Allen area!

Brick Limewash — Artistic Finishes of North Florida

This is an image gallery page of our limewash applications on surfaces such as brick and wood.

Projects - Miles and Lincoln - Laser Cut Screens

Miles and Lincoln provide laser cut screens to a wide selection of worldwide clients. Find out more information on our latest projects

Pin on Wall panels

Jul 20, 2018 - wall panels, comb wall panels, wall coveting, wall panels design, wall panels ideas, Dobra Forma, Polska Grupa Meblowa, Polish Furniture Group

How to Build a Faux Brick Wall | the restoring house

Hands down, the most talked about element in the Mulberry House is the faux brick wall. Not one person stepping into the dining room for the first time thought that it wasn’t real exposed brick. In fact, after we informed people that we built the feature wall out of 4X8 hardboard wall panels, most of them moved closer to feel it because…Continue Reading→

2id Interiors

"Miami-based interior design firm dedicated to designing high-end spaces run by Rafaela Simoes and Laila Colvin. English, Spanish and Portuguese.”