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Michael Abrams Limited
Seeley Living Room A
living room but not sure finish I should use.
size of room and why a case opening
What is the size of the living and dinning room? Also why did you decide to place case openings in the dinning room? Without the case openings, don't you feel it would make the living and dinning room more open and
Living Room and Dining Room with wainscotting. We are having trouble picking colors for the foyer/stairwell and kithchen/family room. Since we love Shaker Beige so much, can we use this color everywhere OR will that be overdone? Your picture looks like it is used in adjoining rooms as well. Thank
dining room on one side and the living room on the other side. I have picture frame molding up in the dining room and wanted to do it in the living room as well but I'm not sure if that is too much? There is no molding on the foyer walls. Wanted to know your thoughts since this house has it in 2 rooms
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
Merzbau Design Collective
Reading nook in kids' bedroom. Wall paint color: "Woodlawn Blue," "Fresh Grass" (nook), Benjamin Moore. Photo by J.C. Schmeil
son's room ( of the dimensions fit ) THANKS
the reading shelf and the place where the kid is
bunk loft for the girl's room
I love the reading loft and all the books
is this reading niche. Niche paint: Fresh Grass, Benjamin Moore
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
did the reading lights come from? They look wonderful!
use the reading lamps wall mounted as there was hardly any space on top of the very narrow side tables.
Although you most often see swing arm lamps in reading areas or bedside, that doesn't have to be the only use for them — as you have requested. I think that the reason that they get used for those
lights for my bed or guest bed (for reading) affixed to wall next to headboard
A pair of modern shaped reading lights in brass flank this bed. The lights are subtle enough to keep your focus on the headboard, and the brass metal feels luxe and pretty.
fixture for reading on both sides of the bed.
This black headboard reads like a graphic ink blot on a bright white wall. Art would only take away from this effect — leaving the headboard alone makes it much more impactful.
J Visser Design
East Grand Rapids, Michigan
This would be a great way to have room for a game room AND a guest room
Bonus room side niche option
reading nook. for master?
Reading bench, for indented area?
I love the hole room!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
jalis room...Reading nook...girls rooms...Laney's room...living room...decorative pillows...reading lamp
Koehler Loft - Master Bedroom Sitting Area
perfect reading chair of my dreams. Where can I find it?
Art work, reading chair
reading nook...wall decor...Reading chair...My room...Reading corner 1...reading corner...Reading cornor...living room...Decoration and sofa...Bed room chairs
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Nook for our living room by conservatory
Love the rooms in this house, especially the kitchen.
bookshelf - reading area - upstairs
comfortable reading nook, complete with storage and a window. Next time you think, "Ugh, awkward spot," immediately switch gears to, "Wonderful opportunity for a cozy nook!"
Tim Cuppett Architects
Reading lamps are a classic fixture from Nessen Lighting. I'm sure you can find them on-line.
Combined dining room and library/office. Rounded end shelves
create a reading area opposite the dining table would multi-purpose the room.
dual library, sitting room, dining room
Reading room next to dinning room
in this room, separated by a large window that brings in plenty of daylight. Note how the shelves are rounded at the window, a nice Art Deco touch.
nding room through 50%+ of the space, peaked ceiling lengthwise, & six attic windows. Its currently used for storage & not insulated. I envision either a multi-purpose space or master bedroom as possibilities. The glass ceiling is stunning & would tremendously increase the amt of natural light. Flooring
back to read the comments....and answer questions, sigh. What's the point, otherwise?
reading area, low shelves, round ottoman
living room or wrap around that side of the room with cushions for sitting on
wasted room. The low/pitched ceilings present a challenge, but making them giant skylights brings in tremendous light. (Adding low bookshelves and comfortable seating encourages NOT standing too tall here). More: Life in a Glass HouseIndoors, Looking Out