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Farmhouse Dining Room
putting our formal living room off to the side where our previous dining area was, the dining area will be the first thing you see when you enter our home, it's a large open space, are there any design rules that I would be breaking by doing this? We entertain more in the dining area and need the space
Dinning room/ entry of this historical home. I like the candles for lights hanging over the table
le and moody," they removed the electric pendant above the dining table and use only candles instead. How do you set the mood when entertaining at home? Join the discussion on the Houzz Facebook page!
“Walls/trim” — darlasue1
Gigi Magness Design
Swiss Avenue, Dallas Texas
happen when designers and clients trust one another. Designer Gigi Magness struggled with a paint color to add a modern touch to her client's historic home. Her client admittedly balked when Magness first suggested gray but fell in love once the sample went up on the wall. The trust paid off. The project
“Fluffy bench” — Vanessa Velásquez
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
The resources for the home are listed here: http://tinyurl.com/SoLiv2012-IdeaHouseGuide
Hi there, we are the architects of the home so I don't have specific details on the furnishings. I do not know the size of the table and unfortunately it is discontinued, but it is called "Bologna
It's roughly 10x13. You can see the entire floorplan for this home with room dimension here: http://houseplans.southernliving.com/. Just go to the red Search box at the right and under plan name search for "Farmhouse
“would like this lantern look a lot in the dining room.” — Brooke Boyle
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Lisa Ferguson Interior Design
8 Reviews
Rosedale Dining
Cloudy gray - 2107-70 by Benjamin Moore is similar: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/color-gallery?cd=2107-70&col=CP
becomes lighter as it ages. "Walnut is not UV stable," notes professional wood finisher Brian Miller, who has restored many Greene and Greene historical landmark homes in Los Angeles. "Even with a finish coat, it still lightens with age."
“Multi-person seat up against the wall” — andthepirates
eco+historical homes
eco+historical Sanchez 1
This 1889 Victorian underwent a gut rehabilitation in 2010-2012 to transform it from a dilapidated 2BR/1BA to a 5BR/4BA contemporary family home. A new 3rd floor was added to add a Master Suite and a child's bedroom and two roof decks and the basement was excavated to add a 2-car garage (with electric
“Staircase and brightness” — daylan97
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
West Perry Street
historic home
traditional home
“All” — maria
Traditional Dining Room
formal, so traditional and so expected that I've never used it. However, with stunning design like this, I totally get it. The swag is ideal for historic homes such as fanciful Southern Traditionals.
“window treatment” — jworkroom
Summer Thornton Design, Inc
9 Reviews
Palmolive Building
historic homes
“Blue tufted chairs” — Lynne Ambrosino
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