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Sean Michael Design
Transitional Breakfast Room
Ideabooks4,377
Questions6
Thanks for your interest in Sean Michael Design! The paint color used here is Baby Fawn by Benjamin Moore.
instantly update your space and give it a more relaxed aura. These furnishings are often much more kid-friendly than traditional ones, and the little ones don’t always want to be relegated to the kids’ table. If ketchup hits one of those white chairs, it will disappear with the swipe of a napkin.
“Contemporary mix +chairs” — Kaneil Smith Darna Smith
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Crisp Traditional
Ideabooks6,405
Questions10
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“Dining room” — solo engineering products
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Crisp Traditional
Ideabooks5,989
Questions9
Jeff Mickle, it is indeed Baby Fawn. It looks lighter because of the lighting.
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Shelves. Kids hallway
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“This concept for coffered would be much more affordable for us. WE have the geometry already with 1” — dfooty2037
Highland Homes, Inc.
1 Review
Formal Dining & Butler's Pantry
Ideabooks3,473
Questions8
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“Rug” — dpennington1
Robert A. Cardello Architects
6 Reviews
Darien Renovation
Ideabooks8,335
Questions6
little dining area. The only problem is, the room is carpeted. So that little pedestal base doesn’t sit flat on the floor. It prefers to rock, like a baby’s bassinet. Which is not a good thing for a dining table. If you apply any pressure to it — say, cutting a piece of meat — the whole thing threatens
little dining area. The only problem is, the room is carpeted. So that little pedestal base doesn’t sit flat on the floor. It prefers to rock, like a baby’s bassinet. Which is not a good thing for a dining table. If you apply any pressure to it — say, cutting a piece of meat — the whole thing threatens
“Color” — orange66
Jill Wolff Interior Design
10 Reviews
Breezy Brentwood
Ideabooks9,499
Questions14
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Laura Larkin Interiors
11 Reviews
Los Gatos
Ideabooks122
Questions2
Sandra- Better late than never? Just found out about question part of Houzz and I wasn’t getting notices. Murray’s Iron ware... Is that beautiful baby still a baby? best laura
“Fabric” — Caroline Munyutha
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Encinitas remodel
Ideabooks2,498
Questions6
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