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#31 2016-07-29 04:04:12

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Re: Burned wood

Sneak peek ............need to make bed with a retractable bed for when my son has friends over for the night  plus the desk  .......and maybe a dresser ..............but so far

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3179_zpsqjsigdfu.jpg

Best true color picture , lights out on the first picture

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3173_zpscbezmfr7.jpg

Lights on in second picture , wall color is called Huron Grey

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3184_zpsx7oqhmyz.jpg

The blue is very nice against the grey wall color

More to come in the next ? month ?

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#32 2016-08-05 15:53:06

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Re: Burned wood

Question ...... Should I post more pictures ? Don't want to be a show off . I see people have looked , but again I don't want to be a over kill

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#33 2016-08-05 17:17:52

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Re: Burned wood

I think it looks lovely & would love to see more pics - especially once the room is done :D  Creative talents are something that bypassed my genes so, I get great enjoyment looking at projects from those that are creative & talented.


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#34 2016-08-05 18:16:23

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Re: Burned wood

:agreezz:


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#35 2016-08-05 18:46:52

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That's really nice! I'd have it throughout my place!

More "PIC"

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#36 2016-08-07 02:01:01

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Re: Burned wood

Shelves , then bed and desk .....maybe a chair

Finger jointed pine for shelving

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3203_zpsvmoedbci.jpg

A lot of small sections to define

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3202_zpsiglcpxwg.jpg

Add the blue .......

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3206_zps5qcls6xh.jpg

Then some dark green accents

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3207_zpsbx5vachw.jpg

Then stain .......and seal

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3209_zpspht9ayhm.jpg

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3208_zpsjodzlao4.jpg

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3212_zpssqjlx8qi.jpg

Outside picture ( line across the shelves is a shadow of the power line

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/IMG_3213_zpsekbnohkj.jpg

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#37 2016-08-12 11:02:14

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I am in awe of your talent.  clpz


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#38 2016-08-15 03:27:46

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Re: Burned wood

yardbirds wrote:

I am in awe of your talent.  clpz

Thanks , not sure it falls under a talent ? but I do what I do whizzle

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#39 2016-09-07 03:18:24

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So I'll be starting on the bed project next week , was going to make two single beds that one slid under the other , but seems a double bed is better suited so  , I will make a double with a single slid out instead , can remove the single later and add drawers if needed ( depends on how long he stays at home I guess ? But I have a few pic's of what I'm looking at ( Pinterest ) , I'll just replicate one or combine a couple of designs together to make it mine ? Like both the solid head board , and the solid with a cushion  or cushions insert/ inserts  which I do like as it could be leather / or any color or combination of colors which could be changed ............................but anyways , here's a few ideas and designs ....which one do you think I choose, or combination of two >>?
Number One
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/85da979082317f8b1c0460ed03dcda49_zpsl1az5f3q.jpg

Number two
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/828ef36579089cd2121b8b15ffecdda7_zpssg6gidhq.jpg

Number three
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/url_zpskcqdfzg9.jpg

Number four
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/d6db809b39fd5306e3d4c02ed3a5418c_zpszqlqfshl.jpg

Number five ......but never with burlap as a material ?
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/d911ed12b16b25a31158d89bc30f30d9_zpsfljg0txb.jpg

Number six
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/a2924ca9df593c91d62d3d2489d33670_zpslrh7vh3a.jpg

Sort of what I mean by cushioned
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/616de8245ddc6dc6c4c1d2efb4518469_zpsskhw6hge.jpg

Because of the color on the accent wall I'm thinking this
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h423/09151960/f80e431ac895b19a941337bdb7b7901d_zpsbyopfpkp.jpg

This gives options for cushion colors ( and I love the  turquoise color ) ,as well as bed comforters and should compliment the wall wood , the dresser and desk would be the same I'm thinking ? a bit of wood for one room , but I think If done right it will flow and have a good feel about it ...........so ? input please

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#40 2016-09-07 08:08:56

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Re: Burned wood

:shock:  WOW!

You have certainly inspired me.  I want to redo my small bathroom and wonder if I could put planks on the walls either treated wood and stained/sealed and they would be ok with all the humidity in a bathroom?  I kinda want and indoor outhouse look.  :D


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#41 2016-09-07 10:33:52

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Re: Burned wood

WOW, that sure is beautiful.   Your son in a lucky young man.   I missed seeing this when it went around the second time.   As far as the bed, I like all of the beds that have the wood running vertical.  I am not fond of fabric on headboards.  I can hardly wait to see it when it's completed.


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#42 2016-09-07 13:44:29

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Re: Burned wood

Rooms looks great!  My personal fav bed is #1 without a padded headboard.  Padded headboards look really nice but, my reality here is that our ground gets very dusty when dry & no matter how much we try, the fine dust finds it way into the house.  Along with the cats & dogs in the house, I have to dust our wooden headboard every week to keep it fairly clean for the people.  If it was fabric, I would have to vacuum it to keep it clean.  Just my personal thoughts - no offense meant.


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#43 2016-09-07 14:23:12

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Re: Burned wood

I like 4 best, then one. I too would skip the padding. I like the clean rustic look of just wood. :thumbsup:


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#44 2016-09-07 15:27:20

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Re: Burned wood

yardbirds wrote:

:shock:  WOW!

You have certainly inspired me.  I want to redo my small bathroom and wonder if I could put planks on the walls either treated wood and stained/sealed and they would be ok with all the humidity in a bathroom?  I kinda want and indoor outhouse look.  :D

I wouldn't use pressure treated unless you're staining it ? and even then you'd need to use the green stuff meant for water use ...........cedar would be a much better product , you can bleach it to turn it into a more weathered look ? I remember someone here talking about a cedar bathroom ? maybe they can comment on how that worked ? I have been helping my nephew cut up old cedar hydro poles for his sauna , will see what his end product looks like

I like the simplicity of the first picture , but my favorite is number four for it's detail and I can use the boxed in areas for a accent color stain ? will see

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#45 2016-09-07 15:43:16

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My favorite too is #4.


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