876 17th Century Smoked Natural Home Design Photos

Doug Towle
The William Farley House
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Hello, Can you please explain how one achieves a smoked finish? thank you..
Towle’s collection of 19th-century baskets hangs from the ceiling in the breakfast area, where Windsor chairs sit atop
cupboard at the far left is a period piece filled with redware. The “onion bottles” lining the windows were salvaged from shipwrecks back in the 17th century.
collection of 19th-century baskets hangs from the ceiling in the breakfast area, where Windsor chairs sit atop a painted floorcloth. The black cupboard at the far left is a period piece filled with redware.The “onion bottles” lining the windows were salvaged from shipwrecks back in the 17th century.
“dining room, baskets on the ceiling” — Melanie Cherry Lipps
CCS ARCHITECTURE
6 Reviews
SOHO Condominium
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Two adjacent condominium units were merged to create a new, single residence Located on the 12th floor of 505 Greenwich Street, the walls of the previous units were completely demolished and the new space was created from scratch as a 1600 square-foot home in the sky. With five floor to ceiling windows
aligning all of the rooms along the windows for natural light and skyline views of SOHO. The main area is a loft like space for dining, living, eating, and working; and is backed up by a small gallery area that allows for exhibiting photography with less natural light. Flanking each end of this main space
5" Vulcano Oak by Mafi (cn also called Smoked or Fumed Oak)
CCS ARCHITECTURE 5" Vulcano Oak by Mafi (cn also called Smoked or Fumed Oak)
“Floor” — jinaj
Oakley Home Builders
12 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
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builders paint drop that the colors don't match what he stated. The smoke grey dot is bluer than the paint on the walls. It appears to be the color he used on the exterior walls.
The paint color on the wall is not Benjamin Moore smoke grey as indicated by the builder the color would be more of a blue
I saw the walls were BM Smoke Gray, what about the trim and ceiling colors? Thank you.
Are we 100% on the wall paint color being Smoke Grey from BM? I am looking at the color on the wall and it seems to be more of a brown/gray than a pure gray.
The wall color is Benjamin Moore's Smoke Grey. The Chandelier is the Twelve Light Bronze Up Chandelier. The curtains are a Grey Belgium Linen Curtain Panel.
“wall color” — hsus
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Blake Shaw Homes, Inc
Morningside Make-Over
Ideabooks80,991
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This mid-century home was given a complete overhaul, just love the way it turned out.
Did you tile behind or around th mirrors?
to our 'smoke' grey glass tile. We would love to get you a few samples for comparison. Please contact us if we can help you get the right tile for your project. http://www.houzz.com/photos/2466613/Smoke-Gray-Glass-Subway-Tile-3--x-6--modern-tile-other-metro
This looks similar to our 'Smoke' grey
a few samples for comparison please let us know. We would love to help you get the right tile for your project! http://www.houzz.com/photos/2466613/Smoke-Gray-Glass-Subway-Tile-3--x-6--modern-tile-other-metro
double sinks and windows above mirrors allow natural light in.
Like the windows for natural light and tiles
“Backsplash” — Debbie Reed
jill Shevlin - Intrinsic Designs
3 Reviews
Intrinsic Designs Portfolio
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Early-19th-century bell jar lanterns. By the early 19th century, the bell jar lantern could be seen in the foyers of many American colonial homes. The glass cap, known as the smoke bell, was designed to keep candle smoke from blackening the home's ceilings. Acid etched, opalescent and other creative
creative finishes could be applied to the chimney and smoke bell glass. The shade carrier (the straps that go around the chimney glass) often had silver or bronze relief patterns with matching hook fittings.
“Lights” — laurenpuff
Otero Signature Homes
Custom Built Home
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Natural Stone – Pisgah Gray – Horizontal Pattern
The shake is by Alside - Architectural Classics line, in Charcoal Smoke. Trim is by Alside, Terratone Bronze.
Natural Stone – Pisgah Gray – Horizontal Pattern” great color combo. except for shutters
The shakes are by Alside - Architectural Classics in "Charcoal Smoke"
Charcoal smoke siding by Alside architectural products
“Garage door style” — Cheryl Laubacher
VisuaLingual
VisuaLingual home/HQ
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If you are looking for mid-century accents/furniture, www.vintagebydounia.com offers a great range!
Mid century living room warm colors
"Cincinnati has a reputation as a conservative, traditional town when, in fact, pioneering Modernism was alive and well here during the middle of the 20th century, and those ideas and aesthetics are still going strong today," she says.See the rest of Drozdz's loft, a former beer hall in the Over-the-Rhine
sensitivity is a problem, consider putting aquarium gravel over the dirt to contain mold growth. Avoid wood-burning fireplaces or stoves — smoke is a harsh irritant. Natural-gas fireplaces should be fine. Clear out clutter — piles of magazines, newspapers and other knickknacks collect dust quickly.
“Color” — Teresa Wang
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Front Parlor
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Thanks. I wish we could take credit, but that ceiling dates to a very early 20th century renovation of a 19th century home. The ceiling and all its ornamentation are plaster. There are still companies today making ornate plaster mouldings. Hyde Park
Thanks! That old house had wonderful bones to work with. It was great fun to restore for 21st century living.
around the fireplace and the baseboards. The overall style of the architecture is very traditional. If you have a very contemporary house or a mid-century modern California ranch-style home, crown molding of any kind may look completely out of place. If you love ornate crown molding in a traditional home
The photo is almost bookended by the dark objects on the left and right.Tip: All of the lights are off in this room, so the viewer focuses on the natural light streaming in from the bay window. This is a trend in today's interior and architectural photos.
“Paint” — slarrison
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