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The contrasting surface treatment done for the fireplace
The brick texture
I like the sofa
The wall color and base board style
Wall color and tall base boards
I like the way the bottom side of the railing has the wood finish
Wood treatment around the fire place
I like the wall color
I like this medium high base board
I like the wood treatment around the fire place
I like the drapes. they look it blinds. I like the way they diffuse the light and expose the outside in vertical slices
I like how the clock looks like its part of the wall
I don't like that paint
White walls and brown doors.
I like the chair. it must come with the leg rest.
It looks like they used an extremely small mold. perhaps a 1/4 inch wedge that matches the color of the wood floors. If you use the wedge, you can remove the white molds around the doors and windows and go with a more modern wall style.
I DO NOT LIKE the dark base boards. I will rather use a 1/4 wedge.
I like this tiny wall matching base board.
I like the chair and leg stool.
You should see the 1/4 wedge on the walls on the right side.
1/4 inch base board wedge also used here. I think it works. It makes the walls look more modern and less contemporary and traditional.
Here is an example of a case where the baseboard and walls are painted the same color so that the wall + wood floors look more modern and less contemporary and traditional.
The wedge was used here
I like how this space is surrounded with glass, but they created room for the fireplace and possibly a TV
The execution of the panes of glass
The execution of the panes of glass in relation to the fire place.
Another example of a modern fire place box that is built in the home. a TV can easily be placed on top of it. The fire place box still blocks the view behind it though.
I like the frosted glass doors. I don't think I like the way the window and door frames stand out. I do like that there is NO baseboard. It makes the junction for the walls and the floors look really sharp.
really thin base board painted the same color as the wall. It works here because it emphasize the sharp corner where the floors meet the wall.
The glass on that door is both texturized and frosted. It looks interesting
construction of floating stairs.
The ceilings look nice
Pay attention to the point where the wall meets the floor. Because baseboards were not added, it looks like the wall is resting on the wood floors. I dig it.
That is an interesting way of executing window panes and supporting ventilation too.