8 Speakeasy Living Design Photos

TY LARKINS INTERIORS
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Larkins painted the library a rich chocolate brown. “I needed it to feel old-school — like a speakeasy,” he says. The brawny coffered ceiling enhances that masculine feel, as does the ruggedly understated chandelier.The designer tried 15 shades of paint before he got the color just right. Fortunately
“Brown” — paizleysky
The Masonry Center Missoula
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SpeakEasy Zoot Suit 6 x 36 on fireplace with Sweet Georgia Brown 12 x 36 on the floor. Photo courtesy of Crossville, USA.
THE MASONRY CENTER INC
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SpeakEasy Sweet Georgia Brown 6 x 36 on fireplace with Bank Roll 6 x 36 and 12 x 36 on the floor. Photo courtesy of Crossville, USA.
“mix wood / stone” — aliasusanne
Metke Remodeling & Woodworking, Inc.
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1937 Lake Cottage Comes of Age
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The ceiling framing was removed in the living room, adding huge volume and appeal by reinforcing the roof rafters and installing functional (and then clad) collar ties. The existing round fireplace was the new focal point, with a paneled over mantel, concrete surround, and stone tile making it pop off the wall.
Jennifer Grey Interiors
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The Old Painted Cottage
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making your home feel refreshed and ready for entertaining.) Add a fun chalkboard with drink recipes, like the one shown, to complete your custom speakeasy.
“Calk board wall with picture frame” — Ryann Brannan
Harris Wood
Aspen Collection
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“speakeasy” — jlasim
EPiC
Connecticut Barn-Interior
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Original barn siding was repurposed throughout to preserve the old world feel. Old speakeasy cards and vintage gin from the client's ancestors adorn the blue lacquered wet bar.
“Chairs” — elmorin
Rhonda Kieson Designs
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Rustic Entertainment Center
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bookshelves galore, and twelve drawers for storage. The original door to the right was removed and replaced with a knotty alder door complete with a speak-easy insert. Note that the piece fits seamlessly against the log walls on either side. The artisan who built this took pride in scribing the wood to
“sliding doors” — dkfalconer
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