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Maroon couches. Marvin integrity windows. Oak hardwood floor. Smooth drywall with elaborate vertical grain Fir trim and moldings. Vintage gas stove with reclaimed Myrtlewood mantle. Rocking chair. Built in book shelves. Tile behind stove.
Home At Last Decor
This small formal living room has warmth and drama at the same time. The ceiling is painted a light gray to match the hallway, while 3 walls inside the room are a bold coral color to add warmth and drama. Furniture placement creates a comfortable conversation pit in this small space.
Image: Chris Snook © 2014 Houzz
Modern pool and cabana where the granite ledge of Gloucester Harbor meet the manicured grounds of this private residence. The modest-sized building is an overachiever, with its soaring roof and glass walls striking a modern counterpoint to the property’s century-old shingle style home. Photo by: Nat Rea Photography
Heidi Pribell Interiors
Sprout Studios Inc.
Log cabin situated inside a larger cabin. In-house photography.
Design Concepts Elliman
The red chair to the left is a rocker and is made out of seat belts that have been dyed. The coffee table is concrete and can be used as additional seating and it is kid proof — no hammers however.
Condo remodel in Aspen. For owners use and for rentals.
Front foyer and living room space separated by vintage red Naugahyde sofa. Featured in 'My Houzz'. photo: Rikki Snyder
Staging Concepts & Designs, LLC
Media room had mismatched furniture, and salmon walls. Colors were toned down, and ample seating purchased by way of a sectional. Pops of color brought in with ottoman and pillows, and can be changed seasonally.
The Design Firm
Eric Wuellner of The Design Firm
Stretch ceiling can be installed over or instead of a drywall ceiling. It always sits perfectly flat and smooth, so much so that a high gloss finish won't show imperfections as it would with paint. Installation is free of dust, fumes, and mess, and included with your purchase. Stretch ceiling never cracks, bubbles, peels, mildews, stains, or needs painting, and it consumes far less material than drywall or dropped acoustic panels. The entire system is recyclable. Installation generally takes 2-4 hours for a residential room.
Brooke Copp-Barton Interiors
Vintage finds, including Art Deco Halabala chairs, mid century side table and reclaimed ceiling tiles create a varied and eclectic look. Photography: Megan Taylor