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Modern cottage bathroomModern cottage bathroom
The Impatient GardenerThe Impatient Gardener
A new bathroom (8x8 feet) got a bright finish with turquoise glass accent tiles and custom cabinetry
Washington DC - Asian-Inspired - Teak Wood Vanity TopWashington DC - Asian-Inspired - Teak Wood Vanity Top
Grothouse Wood CountertopsGrothouse Wood Countertops
Countertop Wood: Burmese Teak Category: Vanity Top and Divider Wall Construction Style: Edge Grain Countertop Thickness: 1-3/4" Size: Vanity Top 23 3/8" x 52 7/8" mitered to Divider Wall 23 3/8" x 35 1/8" Countertop Edge Profile: 1/8” Roundover on top horizontal edges, bottom horizontal edges, and vertical corners Wood Countertop Finish: Durata® Waterproof Permanent Finish in Matte sheen Wood Stain: The Favorite Stock Stain (#03012) Designer: Meghan Browne of Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath Job: 13806 Undermount or Overmount Sink: Stone Forest C51 7" H x 18" W x 15" Roma Vessel Bowl
SouthamptonnSouthamptonn
Koch Architects, Inc.Koch Architects, Inc.
Indoor-outdoor courtyard, living room in mid-century-modern home. Living room with expansive views of the San Francisco Bay, with wood ceilings and floor to ceiling sliding doors. Courtyard with round dining table and wicker patio chairs, orange lounge chair and wood side table. Large potted plants on teak deck tiles in the Berkeley hills, California.
Millsboro, DE - Traditional - Plantation Teak Wood Bathroom CountertopMillsboro, DE - Traditional - Plantation Teak Wood Bathroom Countertop
Grothouse Wood CountertopsGrothouse Wood Countertops
Countertop Wood: Plantation Teak Category: Bathroom Countertop Construction Style: Edge Grain Wood Countertop Location: Millsboro, Delaware Countertop Thickness: 1-3/4" Wood Countertop Finish: Durata® Permanent in Satin Kitchen Style: Traditional Designer: Echelon Custom Homes
Master BedroomMaster Bedroom
Lapis Design PartnersLapis Design Partners
Master bedroom with pocketing Fleetwood doors opening to outdoor teak deck. Photographer: Clark Dugger
Minnetonka Shingle-StyleMinnetonka Shingle-Style
TEA2 ArchitectsTEA2 Architects
Photography: Susan Gilmore Contractor: Choice Wood Company Interior Design: Billy Beson Company Landscape Architect: Damon Farber Project Size: 4000+ SF (First Floor + Second Floor)
SouthamptonSouthampton
Koch Architects, Inc.Koch Architects, Inc.
Indoor-outdoor courtyard, living room in mid-century-modern home. Living room with expansive views of the San Francisco Bay, with wood ceilings and floor to ceiling sliding doors. Courtyard with round dining table and wicker patio chairs, orange lounge chair and wood side table. Large potted plants on teak deck tiles in the Berkeley hills, California.
Mountain ModernMountain Modern
Home Matters LLCHome Matters LLC
In the 750 sq ft Guest House, the two guest suites are connected with a multi functional living room. Behind the solid wood sliding door panel is a W/D, refrigerator, microwave and storage. The kitchen island is equipped with a sink, dishwasher, coffee maker and dish storage. The breakfast bar allows extra seating.
craftsman teahousecraftsman teahouse
Gardner Architects LLCGardner Architects LLC
photo credit: Morgan Howarth design team: designed in partnership with Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath
Dining AreaDining Area
ODS ArchitectureODS Architecture
Dining room and floors throughout are engineered planks stained with a Fumed finish over white oak by Amber Floors. All cabinetry is a teak composite veneer which is very consistent and durable. We always design in plenty of built-in storage and display capabilities. All windows and doors are wood clad aluminum by Eagle. Dining room pendant light is by Boyd Lighting.
Greenwich St. Bath, San FranciscoGreenwich St. Bath, San Francisco
De Meza + ArchitectureDe Meza + Architecture
The sophisticated owners of this stunning Greenwich street penthouse desired a contemporary master bath that would match their lives as seasoned travelers and take it a step further. Using lavish finishes such as teak veneer, Calacatta marble and custom lighting, this small bath makes a big impression. Framing was a key design element that introduced a sculptural aspect. The extravagant shower frames a skylight to flood natural light into the entire space making the stone glimmer. The repetition of sculptural frames and teak contrasted against the caramel veining provide a rich contrast and dramatic feel.
San Francisco Floating HouseSan Francisco Floating House
Robert Nebolon ArchitectsRobert Nebolon Architects
Published around the world: Master Bathroom with low window inside shower stall for natural light. Shower is a true-divided lite design with tempered glass for safety. Shower floor is of small cararra marble tile. Interior by Robert Nebolon and Sarah Bertram. Matthew Millman: photographer Link to New York Times May 2013 article about the house: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/16/greathomesanddestinations/the-houseboat-of-their-dreams.html?_r=0

Teak Wood Door Designs

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