Barnhart Gallery


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Grafton, MA US 
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Grafton, Massachusetts,
United States, 01519 
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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.
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faylala
Return
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Genevieve
In that case return them .
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rosecottagehome
Very, very good answer............blushing : )
14 hours ago      Thanked by Emily Hurley
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iwantit
Well.......................I'm truly sorry if I offend anyone.........I obviously don't know who lives in these rooms but this is just the impression the rooms give me..............the first bedroom looks like it belongs to Patrick Bateman (American Psycho)..........sexy indeed!!

The second one is the female version................
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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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carolins
SW Turkish Coffee on the walls, Black Magic on the island
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Black Magic on the island
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infodiva
Had it for years, in multiple houses, and it's always been wonderful. The naysayers aren't caring for it properly, in my opinion. Every four or five years, when we go away for a vacation, I have the kitchen floor "screened"--very lightly sanded (no wood loss), and two new coats of water-based poly applied. All done in a day. And no vinegar (it is an acid, after all) to clean it! I use Bona hardwood floor cleaner only. Floor looks like new even after 15 years. Easy on the feet, easy on the eyes, flows beautifully with the rest of the hardwood flooring in the house. I can't imagine anything else.
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a r
Wood is beautiful, charming, warm and inviting. However my dogs and my high heels kill it. In a perfect world, it would be wood all day long. In my less than perfect realworld, I leave the wood floors to less hard working areas of the house.
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Oozing cool factor. :)
19 hours ago     
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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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duffy2009
I need something that doesn't weigh a ton. Arthritis in shoulder makes it difficult to lift heavy pots & pans. Any suggestions? And also names of Eco friendly pots & pans & where to purchase. Many thanks.
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No new posts from lynnbw for a year now, houzzers.
on Thursday at 2:42pm   
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Margo
I concur with the ever so insightful groveraxle;)
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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.
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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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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.
on Thursday 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.
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Funny you ask lindah, since I saw an open antique trunk vignette in a showroom today that grabbed my attention because it was lined with the same black Ralph Lauren paisley wallpaper that's in my own dining room. I happed to adore the print, of course, so to my eye it looked fabulous. They showed it with a bunch of dried ornamental grass fronds -- the kind that would collect dust but are abundant enough in the typical landscape to refresh often. I didn't take a photo, but this is my paisley:
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Margo
Barnhart- Everest looks quite regal here;)
on Wednesday 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!!!
on Wednesday at 3:30pm     
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Johsmi, has the phone ever rang while you were doing that? LOL
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mollysmom don't get me started on Everest at Christmas -- he BELIEVES. This is a dog wanting to take off the head of anyone coming anywhere near his home and family, yet he'd apparently seen enough Christmas shows with my son on TV that when Santa came down our street on a firetruck with the music blasting and the horns blaring, instead of breaking windows and going berserk biting everything in sight, he just stared like a little kid -- "It's Santa!"
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krf9
I put yes BUT only for the sofa. No pets in the bedroom. I've had cats for most of my life, and now have dogs, and have never let any of them into the bedroom. Sofa, I feel is pointless trying to keep them off. They just love it, and I cant blame them! A doggy bed is not nearly as comfy as a sofa/lazyboy.
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melody1234
I don't think they have dirty bottoms, I know they do because they can not wipe them. They lick them clean then you kiss them. It is not about feeling empowered or smell and hair it is about HYGIENE.
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It depends a lot of your Client and their wish-list, budget and space layout. Really, each family is different and has distinct priorities.
on Wednesday at 10:01am   
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Admirals Bank
@homedesigncalifornia.com: Great points as well.. there are indeed a lot of factors to take into consideration when making such investments.
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jn3344
This is a nice fence. I would do inside the fence mostly in rocks. Maybe some large pavers for people to sit. I love the desert.

Good luck!


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Jack Sieber
I used to do the hand washing thing, but now I figure it will still outlast me even if I put it in the dishwasher every couple of days. It comes out nice and shiny. The knife blades may need to be polished a bit when guests come. I just thought 'what am I saving this beautiful set for, anyway!' By the way, I'm Peggy, Jack's wife. Guess I need to sign up with my own e-mail!
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Garden Oaks Fine Accommodation
Unless this is the standard operating procedure of your builder, this usually results from some real or perceived need to "make up" an unplanned element or project activity that cost more than initially anticipated in the agreed budget. I understand problems that result from higher level plans, but favour a business model that generates good word of mouth over the long haul over $$$ profit on ANY one project.

Taking a (managable) loss on part of a project is far preferable to generating bad word of mouth! Transparency in negotiating the budget in the first place--and ongoing-- helps (but is quite rare).

Your easiest fix is likely to fill gouges, sand and paint the cabinets. Feeling your pain!
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Melinda Nieuwenhuyzen
I'm not sure why my pictures aren't coming up....I'm so bad at this!
on Tuesday at 5:42pm     
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Melinda Nieuwenhuyzen
here's another shot
on Wednesday at 4:48am     
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ASVInteriors
I love it! I think it binds all the colours together and is a very elegant match.
I don't even find it dark (but perhaps that is this shot with reflected light). I would live with it for a week before making any decision... My first impression is wow....
on Wednesday at 4:55am        Thanked by Melinda Nieuwenhuyzen
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Given your rich luxuriant colours, why not go for something very grand on the outside. Basically a double curtain (one that you only close when not in use). At least go over the top with the luxury element...
The first image is to give you an idea of what I am talking about
The second is closer to the idea I have mind.
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