81 north american hardwood blinds Living Design Photos

Kimberly DesJardins Interiors
1 Review
High Style in the Suburbs - Part 2
Ck out Benjamin Moore American colors
wall color dark blinds
Dark Blinds for brown couch
the blinds?...medium hardwood
“Paint color coastal fog” — mmp1021
Clark Collins - Collins Design & Development
3 Reviews
Lombardy Lane, Laguna Beach
Where did you get the blinds?
Love the balance of brightness and warmth of the whole house. I need more warmth and blinds like these would help a lot! Thank you.
@hanctionality you can find them here: http://www.houzz.com/photos/4449878/Blinds-com-Budget-Woven-Wood-Shades-traditional-bedroom-other-metro
blinds.com. I believe they are Malay Oak 87 in the Budget Woven Wood Shades section.
city or your local title company,” he says. “Then check with the heritage committee or the local historical society.” Collins also found that First American Title Company had a thorough collection of old photographs for all parts of Orange County.
“Love the dutch door!” — surfchk
Phoenix Renovations
8 Reviews
Arlington Family Room
The floors are Red Oak hardwood and the stain is Minwax Early American. You can see all the Minwax colors here: http://www.minwax.com/wood-products/stains-color-guide/?gclid=CJ209fO2ibYCFSunPAodgXQAlA
I think someone else said it's SW Wool Skein, but in my north-facing room that color was a bit too cool so I painted the walls BM Monroe Bisque, ceilings 50% of that color, and trim BM White Dove. Love how it turned out.
Early American furniture usually had medium-dark finishes. Or painted finishes, also
“Fireplace stone work and sitting area” — epbrieden
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Jennifer Brouwer (Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc)
3 Reviews
Decor by Jennifer Inc
multi-layered glazes in the living room and yellowish Venetian plaster in hall and olive-ish Venetian plaster in bedroom, and beautiful American Mission Olive hardwood laminate flooring, and camel-colored leather sofa and other complimentary furniture and creamy and cranberry colored curtains. But I am
this opportunity to ask questions. I would appreciate your help please. I have a one-story terra cotta slump block home with paneling along garage (north facing) and under eaves. I want to TRY to beautify our home exterior and am thinking of complimenting with gold-tones on paneling and facia. I am inspired
cheery colors, but this wouldn't work for us, cuz we're not gonna have hardwood floors.
“I also like this gold shade, Laura Ashley's Gold # 3.” — aandj209
Parkyn Design
10 Reviews
The Cottage
The chair is made by Century Furniture in North Carolina. www.centuryfurniture.com
Use of high ceilings to balance warm cozy American Western style
North facing facade...Blinds for lake
“Windows” — coatesje
ID Studio Interiors
5 Reviews
What can you tell me about the hardwood floor?
hickory floors in random width planks- 3, 4 & 5”. The stain was a custom mix of natural with a touch of Early American.
The trim is pine and was stained with a custom mix of 3/4 Minwax Early American and 1/4 Special Walnut
I have a similar room with walls of windows in a treed/private setting. Are there any blinds or other window coverings in this home? Do you have ideas on how to hang drapes to the sides of these windows to night time coziness?
Cathedral ceiling n pine and white walls n corner chimney only should be on north side
“Windows” — daneburrows
ZIO Group, LLC
The 2012 New American Home
What are these blinds and where can they be purchased?
The 2012 New American Home
dark hardwood
“Like cabinets” — elbeesee
Solaris Inc.
1 Review
American Black Walnut. Here is a similar floor we sent to another Houzz user with better lighting in the photo.
someone else said American walnut
Moulding around window. Blinds. Coffee table/chest.
blinds for sunroom...Rug, blinds
“Doors” — Christy Gall
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