Literary Lumber: Architectural Bookshelves

April 7, 2011

Schutte Lumber supplies retailers and do-it-yourself enthusiasts with wholesale lumber at great prices. If you’re constructing an office or study, or if you just want a new home for your book collection, check out these interesting designs. The Stair Bookshelves: This multi-purpose design is great for tight spaces. Unite a lower level with a loft

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Timber Arches and Brackets Add Architectural Interest

January 9, 2011

Finish off your interiors and exteriors with timber arches and brackets, which add architectural interest and the beauty of natural wood. Schutte Lumber in Kansas City offers pre-cut and custom timber arches and brackets that can be rough-sawn or surfaced at our on-site mill. We can also create any special-order timbers you need for a

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Wood A Hot Look for Interiors in 2010

December 15, 2010

It’s no surprise to us that wood was a hot trend this year, especially indoors. We found even more evidence recently, as House Beautiful included wood as one of the top 10 decorating trends of 2010. While House Beautiful proclaims lighter wood finishes are the new look for relaxed, casual interiors, many furniture manufacturers and interior designers

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Remodeling Success with Distressed Wood Beams

October 20, 2010

Remodeling success is something to be celebrated, especially when wood elements take center stage! We recently blogged about the beauty of exposed beams as architectural elements in the home. Here is another example of wood beams at work: Distressed wood beams put the finishing touch on a recently completed remodeling project by Schloegel Design Remodel

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Exposed Beams Add Rustic Elegance

August 13, 2010

Don’t you love the beauty of exposed beams in a home? Exposed beams have strong historical ties to France and were originally used as support structures. Wood proved a strong, sturdy, and readily available resource for building purposes. Oak and chestnut were the materials of choice. Another French tradition was to let the wood used

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