this window casing is too thick. Want to be farmhouse and not contemporary but this feels too heavy
White oak; interesting to cover hood with wood?
natural white oak; top of table is Cambria
color of stone and siding- stone pieces a bit too square/tall
amount of wood, all same and cabinets, etc, pulls
things to like but too knotty and to much going on with rafters
too dark and a bit too rustic but the right idea with all wood the same
Lots of woods here- too many but good to show
color of door- red oak?
mahogany up close
this is mahogany - amazing color
oak ceiling and floor colors (not green walks)
cabinet just for color, not design
oak window with white wall, oak ceiling to match
oak interior ceiling
these beams match the color of the siding. this is good. The door is a little more golden brown
exterior beams brought inside but too rustic and chunky for me in all of these places
i like the vertical beam color. the soffit beams are too thick and rustic. Eliminate the metal hardware
Open dining room! Looks like bronze - light or dark windows
Light or dark bronze windows
Accoya- Colorado Barnwood- Trinidad
Colorado Barnwood- Lynx- maybe too gray but gorgeous
Atlantic White Cedar- Stone (for exterior)
This is for interior- White oak (stain is "black") on delta millworks
This is the Delta Millworks office in Austin Texas. The wood is a tad too dark and varied, but I LOVE how it is clean but also rustic and matches the beams, windows, floors
Accoya Rough Sawn Bay Mist- delta millworks
Prospector. At first I said no way, but if the wood siding is really mellow, maybe there should be more going on with the stone? The stack seems about right.
Anasazi Slivers- I think probably too varied in color and shapes too flat ("slivers" does it come in more rectangle shape?) - but this is a beautiful detail- on a small scale I love the variation and tones here
Other photos of "Adobe chopped" don't appeal but this is interesting-m much grayer in this photo than I think I want but something i like too
This looks good but other photos of the Graystone in this gallery do not look good, but I guess this is a mix of 2 stones. also these pieces of rock seem a bit too small.
Sagebrush; I like this photo but the others in the gallery make this mix look super boring and blah.
Telluride stone: Northstar chopped. detail photo looks great but on bigger scale, too varied in color. The stack her is too many squares and not enough rectangles
Telluride stone: Desert tortoise chopped; palette seems ok- some variation but not too much. rectangle shapes mostly good but would not have any of the very square ones. I like overall the randomness and feel of this stack- still feels like a vertical pile of rocks
tongue and groove? Channel? How much up keep does siding require?
another view of concrete floor
this concrete floor is nice
do not like this at all. The horizontal with the variations maybe does not work for me?
the siding is in the wrong direction but the color and variation is OK- not too much variation. could this be done horizontally without the "overlap" of normal wood siding