This is a beautiful image of the hand scraped white oak wooden staircase in this Texas home. The structure features functionality but also a design that is beautiful and modern. The look features a sharp transition from the white wall to the beautiful stained white oak. The natural wood grain comes through beautifully and adds a touch of rustic modernism to the area.
The end of the kitchen island is covered in the same hand-scraped solid White Oak planks as the refrigerator and freezer to complete the homeowners' request for something organic and unique. The planks are arranged in a chevron pattern to add a fun detail to the island and refrigerator and freezer. To offset the weight of the cantilevered countertop that extends from the island's base cabinets, brass poles were added to the outer corners of this piece. These brass poles match the brass fixtures in the rest of the kitchen, creating a continuous design throughout the space.
As seen on Home Town, the Walker's Laurel, MS existing dining room was cold and uninviting was a dark stain on the existing wood floor and a single door in the wall to access the wall paneled kitchen. After the renovations, their dining room now flows right into the large kitchen and features the original hardwood floor refinished, updated furnishings, a custom built white oak buffet table and a custom designed wallpaper wall that host Erin Napier hand drew and sent off to have the wallpaper created for the Walker residence.
For this warm, Moroccan inspired kitchen, all of the cabinets were custom made and lacquered white. To add visual interest to the design, custom panels of hand scraped White Oak laid out in a chevron pattern cover the refrigerator and freezer. Finally, un-lacquered brass appliance pulls, drawer pulls and cabinet hardware to finish the design.
After the renovations, their dining room now flows right into the large kitchen and features the original hardwood floor refinished, updated furnishings, a custom built white oak buffet table and a custom designed wallpaper wall that host Erin Napier hand drew and sent off to have the wallpaper created for the Walker residence.
An American country oak sideboard holds a collection of antique brass candlesticks, bowls and hand bells. A pair of Victorian tole lanterns, blue and white striped wallpaper and a Colonial painting add sophisticated country style to the space.
The vision for this room was inspired by the hand-scraped wood floors and impressive bank of French doors, which offered a striking juxtaposition for the modern elegance of the Barcelona chairs. The playful punches of tangerine and blue combined with an artful mix of collectibles create a refreshing space of timeless elegance.
The exposed wood beams white oak and coordinate visually with the new hardwood floors and furnishings in natural wood finish. The windows get new shutters, while the fireplace gets a new marble surround and hearth. The oversized coffee table with hand-turned legs is the handiwork of furniture designer and wood craftsman Clint Harp.
Hand scraped and hand stained white oak wood flooring and beautiful brown butcher block counters add details to the dining area. The open floor plan and modern minimalism highlight the functional and spacious design approach. The windows add more dimension and the outside becomes simply an extension of the interior space.
You can whip up just about anything in this no-expense-spared kitchen. Chef-grade appliances blend beautifully with elegantly rustic architectural details such as the solid hand-hewn and distressed ceiling beams and solid white oak hand-distressed floors.
The luxurious, spa-style master bathroom from the HGTV Dream Home 2014 features two separate vanities with espresso-finished Shaker style cabinets and sleek white countertops mixed with hand-scraped bamboo floors and brushed nickel photographer's pendants. A sliding door adds privacy to the commode.
Designed to be a feast for the senses, the Gallery at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 features a tufted velvet bench, hand-painted wallpaper on the ceiling, a table made from reclaimed white oak beams and a light fixture anchored to the ceiling by gold casts of designer Lizette Marie Bruckstein's own arms.