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Molly McGinness Interior Design
10 Reviews
LIving Room Window Seat
Ideabooks22,843
Questions14
It looks like the Designer used either 1/2" or 1" Diam. iron rods, finish in antique gold. It is a very cozy and beautiful look the one in the picture. Since yours is too high for a window seat but it is deep enough to make it like
“Bay window seat for master” — misssuz7
A Waters
5 Reviews
Mix it up
Ideabooks4,896
Questions6
Oil Rubbed wood for antiqued look paint.
“Desk at an angle” — Carolyn McCulley
Brian Watford ID
1 Review
Entry
Ideabooks7,752
Questions9
it is an antique that my client already owned
“To the very left off screen is living room. Entry way in the middle is to the hallway with rooms and” — slimhouston
Kuhl Design Build LLC
6 Reviews
Addition: Kitchen
Ideabooks6,293
Questions11
Kodiak Brown Antiqued goes well in this transitional style kitchen. The warmth of the natural stained cabinets compliments the warmth of the stone. The White Carerra Subway
“Stained lower cabinets and painted upper cabinets” — phillyj111
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
A Room With A View
Ideabooks1,291
Questions5
Possible granite color with antique white cabinetry and burnt orange color walls
“counter” — KM&M Designs
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks22,572
Questions30
It looks just like this one available on eBay: http://cgi.ebay.com/Antiqued-Brass-Mid-Century-Hanging-Bulb-Floor-Lamp-/390212833916?pt=US_Tables&hash=item5ada7f527c&x=42&y=7
“multicolors!!!! love the gray wall as the anchor” — mrsgustitus
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen breakfast nook
Ideabooks2,695
Questions7
This is the kind of thing that you either have to have custom made or you can look at old antique store and places like roundtop or canton for vintage ones. Good luck! Sonia Semone
“Booth” — nzclark
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors
15 Reviews
Evanston Kitchen Rehab
Ideabooks13,136
Questions15
They are real vintage Arthur Umanoff stools. 1st dibs is generally the easiest place to find these but often you can come across them in Midwest antiques stores...generally on 1st dibs you'll see them anywhere between $750 and $1200 each but if you're patient and look hard enough you can sometimes come
“bar” — corinnediana
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