Barnhart Gallery


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Grafton, MA US 
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Grafton, Massachusetts,
United States, 01519 
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Jessica
When you know what a fluffernutter is and like them.

When you've been on a school trip to Old Sturbridge Village.
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Jessica
When you'd never dream of using that fake Mrs. Butterworth stuff...real maple is the only way to go!
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Maddy Montemayor
When it's 75 degrees and sunny, then the next day it's 30 and snowing. Happened last week :(
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cabingirl13
giant silverware on my kitchen walls
April 17, 2014 at 6:24pm     
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edithsmom
As I have grown older (and thankful for that), I have learned to never say "never"!
April 17, 2014 at 6:36pm     
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millerbetsyj
fluorescent light
April 17, 2014 at 7:32pm     
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Aubry T
Everybody's seems to be getting their panties in a wad over taxidermy. Nobody seems to bat an eye over a leather couch, though......?
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Mark Bischak, Architect
Well . . . I now have a post office box.
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For the post I'd go with your taupe-y gray trim color, perhaps your shutter blue for the box.

...and the dog alerted us to the giggling teenagers loading our latest new mailbox in their trunk on a late Saturday night about a month ago. Emailed my PD and DPW that Monday morning to describe it, assuming they'd find several by the roadside somewhere. It was delivered to me ten minutes later, and (re-re-) re-installed by the end of the day. It has stories to tell.
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Madden, Slick & Bontempo, Inc
Your room makes me smile. It is nothing that I would have put together, but for some reason, I find it appealing. It makes me think of Anthropologie or Urban Outfitter. I liked it better with the pink throw at the end of the bed and the other shots of pink around the room. The vanity dresser is great, but I'm not crazy about the bedside tables - I think you need something lighter in feel, not color - maybe something with legs. Maybe a rustic wood bench at the foot of the bed - something to bring the trees into the room. I understand this may not be everybody's cup of tea, and it may not be yours forever, but for right now, it's kind of fun.
Kim Johnson- living room
Loft shots
pillows
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I immediately see a geometric like this homeowner has used: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/908990/Funky-or-traditional-lighting-
on Tuesday at 8:56am        Thanked by Joel De Guzman
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Tania S
So maybe you should just use wall lights ? Due to the geometric form of the attic, you'd have fun searching for geometric wall lights, maybe a large variety of geometrical forms and colors would make your attic a fresh playing room! Good luck
on Tuesday at 5:06pm        Thanked by Joel De Guzman
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flair -- the one you're showing hanging is exactly the geometric I was talking about -- perfect.
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Hi Deed -- actually I think that dark paint will help to lighten up the look of the marble, along with lots of fresh white accessories. Let me see if I can find an image...
on Tuesday at 7:37pm        Thanked by deed766
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...keeping everything else calm and serene to tone down the busy-ness of the beautiful stone.
on Tuesday at 7:54pm        Thanked by deed766
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deed766
The pictures are from the previous owner. I just used the pictures because i'm currently not living and close to the house to take new pictures.
12 hours ago     
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cm2121
Definitely like Natalie's suggestions. Painting the woodwork and sink base would also make a big difference. Painting and towels are cheap and easy, good to try this before you get rid of the marble. I love the marble on the top of the sink base - definitely a keeper.
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If this is a guest bath and not used for everyday showering, I'd love to see a wallpaper above the tiles, with whites and neutral tones. (Sorry, the last one works pretty well with the camels, which I would never do, but somehow can't help liking.)
[houzz=Kimi Light Green Grasscloth Wallpaper] [houzz=Yu Jie Dark Green Grasscloth Wallpaper] [houzz=Andanza Wallpaper] [houzz=Northbrook Residence] [houzz=Street Car Lofts Bathroom] [houzz=Kentfield Residence - Summer Time Fun]
on Tuesday at 2:36pm        Thanked by Mollie Lipka
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Elaine P
I'd stick with the white paint on the walls, its easier to take care of. For shower curtains check out this site http://www.cafepress.com/+shower-curtains they have vintage styles too
on Tuesday at 7:42pm   
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doctornancy
I would hesitate to wallpaper in a bathroom. I like a plantation shutter on the window, a new shower curtain, and a paler version of the tile color for the wall color.
on Tuesday at 7:56pm   
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Cristina Hopper
I think you can marry styles, but the key is get the proportions and lines right. Both mission style and mid-century have straight lines and are not overstuffed; so that's a plus. Not to your proportions and colors. Your chair chair has a pretty high back and arms mid-height. Find something around the same scale. I liked this sofa as a possible match for you.

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kathleen MK
I do hope Tim Curry will be serving drinks in the library. Mrs. Peacock hiding a revolver in her handbag;-)
on Tuesday at 12:44am   
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Lynda, SO cute, and winking too! {;o)
on Tuesday at 7:58am     
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designideas4me
Well I happened to be watching the Dog Whisperer and so I looked up what Ceasar would say and this is what I found....


Virginia: Cesar,

I love your show. I would like to know if it's possible for your dog to respect you as a pack leader when it's time for discipline if you're also the sort of person who lets the dog climb onto your furniture.

Cesar Millan: Yes, as long as you allow the dog to climb on the furniture on your terms, you never lose leadership. If you tell them to come onto the bed or the furniture, the dog shouldn't become confused.
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Revolutionary Gardens
If you can find a really cool interior designer who can blend, um, disparate points of view, you may get a win you'd never expect. Maybe I'm taking it to a weird place but deer heads and candleabras make me think of backwoods Liberace. I've successfully blended some pretty off the wall differing requests outside, so I know it can be done inside. It's just going to take a designer with a sense of humor!
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Maria Coleman
Dual fuel is good but gas stoves are much better then electric stove It depends upto us that by using which stove we are comfortable. In my opinion gas stove is best because some times we may face the electric problems that's why we should give the first priority to gas stove and the second option is electric gas.... http://bit.ly/1eYRYlN
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linda11770
I have an electric oven but an induction cooktop. Induction is fabulous!
on Tuesday at 10:26am     
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I'm with ASV and lefty47. White is your background color against which everything bright and bold that you add will reverberate, just as those colorful forms on your wallpaper do. They would lose their impact with a colored background too.
on Monday at 8:10pm     
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lkzell56
I like the green that groveraxle painted. With slanted "walls" you don't really have a ceiling - treat every flat surface as a wall. White sofa and chairs with colorful pillows and accent pieces would make the room. Specialty chairs (like the one posted by Genevieve) or a beanbag chair, butterfly chair could be in bright colors to pick up on the colors in the feature wall. Love the feature wall.
on Tuesday at 7:27pm     
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Construction Guaranteed Inc.
Need a mood light and black lighting.
on Tuesday at 7:32pm     
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etual
Thank you for your comments - this is what I did. Not done decorating, just put in what I already had - but the painting is finished. The dog approves :-)
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nolenlr, that's beautiful.
last Saturday at 7:32pm        Thanked by Emily Hurley
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barnes29
I was inspired by some friends that decorate their hallway and waiting room (complimentary therapists), each Easter. This spot in my kitchen is perfect for display. The colours of the eggs are so fresh and vibrant that you cant help but feel lifted whenever you walk into the room. I'll be using this tree every year from now on!
on Sunday at 11:52pm      Thanked by Emily Hurley
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jstvt
Yes, definitely! We host a huge Easter egg hunt for our kids' friends (which also has several Jewish friends in attendance, too)... and so we decorate the house and whatever the yard can handle in Vermont's Easter weather!
on Monday at 9:40am      Thanked by Emily Hurley
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Jamie Ward
Wish me luck! I just bought these 2 slabs. I went with a honed opalessence for the perimeter of the counters and stormy night for my center island. Installed May 19th!
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Sledgehammer worked great on my last wallpaper removal job. ;)
last Saturday at 10:24am        Thanked by Emily Hurley
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Josephine Howland
I've removed lots of old wallpaper. There is a great tool called something like a tiger scrapper that will scarify the paper, then use a steamer ( they can be rented, or now a days they sell them at your local home improvement store if you're doing a whole house). Depending on the age of your house, you need to be careful if you have old horse hair plaster or drywall not to damage you walls with your scraper.
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melyndas
After my last round if wallpaper removal - which involved trying almost every technique mentioned here - my advice is to rip down the darn wall and just put up new Sheetrock!! Quicker, easier, and far less damaging to your sanity! ;-)
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architectrunnerguy
Love stained glass. Made these transoms myself. All of them, and these are only two, where a little bit different (note the subtle differences) but all went together.

Doug
last Friday at 4:26pm     
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feeny
Antique stained glass yes, and modern stained glass by a talented artist, yes. But about 95% of modern stained glasswork used in homes I find pretty tacky.
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mayarao, how interesting! Given the choice, these days for traditional cooking I'd choose stone over the alloy containing lead; why take a chance? Perhaps it was a contributing factor to health problems over the years. I still use lead crystal glasses for a toast or a quick cold drink, but no longer let liquids decant in lead crystal for long periods of time. And you're right, I learned not to use detergent on soap stone the hard way. What are these vessels called? Do they have lids? Thank you for an informative post!
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himilady54
As Bruceperrin & Dr. Oz have both stated nonstick pans heated release toxic fumes that can kill birds in the same room, hence this cookware comes with a warning about this danger on the box when you purchase it. Yikes, why would anyone use it? Get out your baking soda & salt & use a little elbow grease cleaning up. I'm sure fumes are not the only health risk. I use All Clad, worth very penny for the safety and peace of mind not to mention excellent cookware.
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sunnie2day
@dbartley, too right! I made killer chili in my cast iron dutch oven for years and no-one died, lol! Cast iron or people, it was the best chili ever, too!

I live in the UK and do have one non-stick fry pan for my husband to use - bought two years ago and came with the notice that the materials used to create the non-stick surface was safe owing to EU regulations against the old process. Tbh, I hate the dang thing and never use it! My husband, however, loves it and it's the first thing he reaches for when it's his turn to cook. (Which might explain why I do nearly all of the cooking, lol!)
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Great return policy -- they're sending UPS to pick up, which is great, since I'd ordered a boatload and am not near a store, so driving an hour and hauling it all back in held little appeal. So thanks all, sad to see them go since they looked great, but too many kids around to count on everyone taking a coaster or cocktail napkin.
last Friday at 6:52pm     
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Genevieve
In that case return them .
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Nancy Travisinteriors
Keep. don't really understand your problem? They are nice, will not hurt furn.
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Movike Design
Area rugs even layered yes but absolutely no wall to wall in the dining room
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Leslie Brooks
We do, but it is temporary. I hate it.
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kathleen MK
Chic and glam looks like Rocky Horror and I don't want photos or other women or horses watching me. The art and colors leave me cold. Charlotte retreat and upper Kirby are ok.
What's sexy about these rooms is no real life clutter like a basket of laundry to put away, stacks of work, and nothing needing repair or cleaning. And no bad fend shui storage under the bed.
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I voted. My selection was made despite the multitude of pillows.
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Jay, what a heart-stopping image. Your photography is incredible, and your years of travel have given you "exposure" (pun intended) to subjects that much of the world will only see in photographs. Thank you for allowing us access to them!

My sister K. Phelan was a producer at ABC and Discovery/A&E, and always had very nice things to say about working with you. Seeing you on houzz and planning a trip to Portsmouth last weekend, you were on my must-stop list, but alas, a cranky teen in the back seat made you a drive-by. Was looking forward to seeing more of your work, so glad to see it here.
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Jay Schadler Studio and Gallery
so sorry to have missed you. Next time give me a heads up and I will be sure to give you a personal tour! And thank you for you kind words...
Hi to your sister...we certainly did some project together! Jay
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Hi aledoux -- Congratulations on a fresh start in a beautiful new space. It seems a shame to re-do something so new, and if you go that route, I hope that there's a Habitat Re-Store in your area so that others would benefit from your reno.

But I think you can work nicely with what's already there, particularly if budget is a concern, and I like that you're thinking of painting the island black, or a darker tone. While I wouldn't recommend the duo-level island for a new kitchen, it's there, and it is counter space. Unless that whole bar area is full of guests, you could easily remove a couple of stools and add a large cutting board on one end to designate is as work space. As a tall person, I actually like the one taller counter we have at my summer place for prep -- also like to sit a spell for tedious tasks like de-stringing peapods if I can't sit outside to do it.

A window or one huge, fabulous thing on the peaked wall will give instant character to the space -- see what you can find.
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angelakgibson100
By the way, it's only paint! You can change it as many times as you want!
Candles and lighting will change your wall colors in a flash...... Add pendant lighting with some bling!!!! That will speak to you all day long and beautiful in the evening too once it's lit up! On Houzz site, Gallery sells some fun crystal pendant lighting, very affordable too.
last Saturday at 5:29am        Thanked by aledoux
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alicejean
I think it is a lovely kitchen. I like the calm, monochromatic feel and would prefer appliances that blend rather than pop out. I would live with it (happily) and make seasonal changes. I, too, find grey depressing and feel the same way about dark walls.
last Saturday at 5:41am      Thanked by aledoux
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Mrsbaglady
I really wish I could have them, but they always tell me no!!
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Carmel Decor
Hardwood floors make the kitchen much warmer and cozy.
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Oozing cool factor. :)
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ASVInteriors
Really stunning. Bravo!
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Ann
Very nice and so great the way it reflects in the mirror!
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No new posts from lynnbw for a year now, houzzers.
April 17, 2014 at 2:42pm   
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Margo
I concur with the ever so insightful groveraxle;)
April 17, 2014 at 2:43pm     
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Decor Interiors
A piece that's abstract and made of cast iron might look nice. It would have to be something that mimics the shapes in the details on the mirror. It doesn't have to be an exact match; just rounded.
April 17, 2014 at 4:34pm   
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groveraxle
I suppose I'm proudest of the new (well, two years old) backyard including the pique assiette ramada floor: New backyard
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April 17, 2014 at 10:08am        Thanked by Jeannie Nguyen
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I'd choose the taller one -- it seems to work nicely with whatever pretty thing we can see an edge of over the couch. And snug the tables up to the side of the couch rather than in the corner.
April 17, 2014 at 6:44am     
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kwwd
Definitely the taller one. It's also more user friendly if you're sitting on the couch and need that light to read something.
April 17, 2014 at 6:57am   
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Margo
Barnhart- Everest looks quite regal here;)
April 16, 2014 at 2:51pm        Thanked by lindahagemann
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m3459
Oh, damn, now I'm going to be trying to figure out a trunk thing for my humpback antique trunk sitting in the garage!!!
April 16, 2014 at 3:30pm     
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