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Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Honore-Transitional Dining Room
Ideabooks160K
Questions228
nice and I got my answer on the previous questions.. Beautiful job!!!
Is grey now replacing brown... I'm changing my colors in my house to browns but I see so many new design with grey... Is that the new in now?
you so much for responding to my question! I will definitely take your advise and seek out avenues to pursue my dream. You really are a sweet man to take the time on a wannabe. lol :) Kelly D.
Hi Michael, I've written before about my constuction going on in my house. I have another question, I would
Love your work! Currently painting my entire house. ~
Can I use Shaker Beige, Quiet Moments, Woodlawn Blue & Weston Flax (maybe Revere Pewter too)all on my first floor? I have distinct rooms but there is a good flow in the house. Is that too much? I love these colors and want to use
“Dark floors. Light” — kmoody4088
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Austin Texas Residence
Ideabooks2,058
Questions3
of an 1899 Queen Anne design, with columns and double gallery added ca. 1910 to update the house in the Colonial Revival style with sweeping front and side porches up and downstairs, and a new carriage house apartment. All the rooms and ceilings are wallpapered, original oak trim is stained, restoration
Thank you, it's original to the house and has been restored; it's a c. 1890 fixture.
Woodwork and built-ins. Wherever possible, preserving fine original woodwork is worth the effort. Wood is becoming more and more expensive, and the level of craftsmanship in older homes is much higher than what you typically find in a
Oh my goodness, it's so pretty!! Such class and style.
Etched Glass above doors... one of my favorite elements of the Victorian style.
“Everything” — inkandpaper1
Dona Rosene Interiors
14 Reviews
Ft. Worth Historical Residence
Ideabooks5,163
Questions9
Where can I get that horse picture? My mum would love, love it!
Love this - the blue is terrific and just enough dark that it pops and gives the contrast needed to show it off but my favorite here is peeking in to the hallway and seeing what looks to be
I want to do my table like this
Domain in Fort Worth [Texas] and instantly fell in love with this painting and its size. She says it was an emotional response and bought it within five minutes despite the price."Rosene's client told her, "It was meant to be that we ended up having a prominent picture of a horse where my daughter eats
breakfast room is just off the kitchen, and the same wall color carries through. The built-in cabinets are original to the house and the homeowner uses them to store most of her dishes. "My client loves animals and picked out this horse," says Rosene. "She also picked out the zebra in the dining room." A rustic
“robin's egg blue walls” — Tonja Foote
Reiko Feng Shui Design
2 Reviews
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design
Ideabooks10,114
Questions13
I've looked high and low to find a technique to create this aged brick look onto my dated brick fireplace (deep red brick with black mortar yuck) I have real walnut on the wall behind it so I want it to appear lighter in these tones
Moore Super White, Farrow and Ball Railings (a black paint) and some water. My staff and I applied it by hand with rags, and just kept working it until the brick walls were the color that I wanted. It was a big job, but worth it!
Super White, Farrow and Ball Railings (a black paint) and some water. My staff and I applied it by hand with rags, and just kept working it until the new brick wall matched the look of the aged brick wall. It was a big job, but worth it!
My dream house will need natural materials - ones where you can see the grain of the wood, the texture of the stone, hammering dings on the iron work!
“Condo living” — nasurges
Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks10,961
Questions32
lot of your work and its all so beautiful!!! Ive been having problems choosing paint color. I have bought over a dozen samples and cant seem to have my house "mesh" or flow together. Any recommendations? or advice?
I love your work! am thinking of doing revere pewter in my bathroom.
My hope is to have at least half the house painted before we move in. Painting an empty house is so much easier than painting one full of furniture, clothes, etc. When we purchased our last house all it's walls were beige and I couldn't wait to add
Child collection - but open to anything! One other thing worth mentioning, there is a far amount of trim (double crown and added backband on windows and and arches). Thanks again and in advance!
“Mirrors” — wilbear2
CMR Interiors & Design Consultations Inc.
13 Reviews
CMR Interiors & Design Consultations Inc
Ideabooks16,627
Questions11
into the back banquet. The nook was already there-as you can see from the BEFORE picture. It just needed a window and I put in something oval-one of my favorite shapes and the clock that was previously there was about the right size and I designed everything backwards-custom-from there. The oval custom
breakfast nook in my house with a built-in bench but I am having difficulty deciding on a table.
Most of my family could not fit in the two side seats. And I'm not sure if the inconvenience of getting in and out of the back area is worth the look.
I love the feel of this room. I want to replicate this look in my dining area. We're did you get the wall paper?
The idea came from our studio for the painting. I needed something very specific that would compliment a Meredith Pardue abstract painting commissioned for the family room. I found this book on art display I had in my library by Stephanie
“Stain” — esloan1
SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks8,911
Questions6
my tower white cabinet turned sideways with legs/wheels
the design of my place look as I envisioned it. It's just worth it to me. And so far, most landlords have been happy with what I've done the place and not penalized me!
"I love my dining room table. My mother gave it
couple of lamps and framed family photographs. Through various house moves she always found a place for it until her last move, into the snug little "cottage" my husband, Paul, and I built for her (attached by a breezeway to our new house), and she kindly gave it to me. I put it to work as our dining
When I was quite young, my mother's little country school was torn down, but first everything was put up for auction. My parents bought, among other things, the table from the the chemistry lab. Six feet long, solid wood with turned legs, it looked like a traditional farm table. My mother placed it behind
“chalkboard” — kfolz
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Abbotsford Residence
Ideabooks357
Questions3
I am renovating my kitchen and a courtyard to get a very similar dinning area, I expect the window with Clerestory window will be very similar to this and the light will
space. And by creating the highlight windows, it allowed for light over the neighbouring house to come into our house. It also creates quite a nice diffused light affect when the direct sun can't come into the house. Hope this helps!
the original house. A few details are worth pointing out in regard to the light court: tall clerestory windows help to bring in even more light to the open plan, sliding doors provide access to this small outdoor space, and a partial-height fence provides privacy from the neighboring house and its light
“Pendant light” — jkopanica
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