Christoffersen transitional-living-room
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Christoffersen

Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph
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Inspiration for a transitional living room remodel in San Francisco with gray walls — Houzz

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warnerro wrote:
What kind of tree is this used in this room? - Looking to use taller tree in a living room and don't have success with ficus trees. Want to know what this is.
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The Ficus Wrangler
OK. Do you want to try a new track? My advice is 1: become more aware of plants in general, in the building where you work, hotels, Dr ofc,, restaurants, outside as well as in, also on TV and in movies; notice how plants are different - some have big leaves, some small, some long and thin, short and fat. 2:get a plant like a peace lily, that will tell you when it's dry, but will come back when you water it. 3: put it where you will always see it, and then admire it daily, and how it adds to your home. 4: do your plant care weekly at the same time as you do some other weekly chore.5: I have some videos on YouTube that could be helpful to you; you might like to start with The Most Important Watering Tip,
6. if you're good with all those steps, then you're ready to invest in a big plant like the fiddle leaf. Contact me at my site if you have any questions. Good luck.
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galapagos7
what carpet is this?
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barbara wrote:
This room is absolutely lovely - the natural light, the color palette. The two fig trees complete the space, where can one purchase large indoor plants like this in SF? Thank you.
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barbara
Thank you! I will reach out to all, and great to hear there is a nursery in town. Thanks again!
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mrit5
Does anyone know where ! could buy this tree in Northern New Jersey? Beautiful room!
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1lafondra wrote:
where can i purchase a fiddle fig tree real or fake?
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ersul010762
I've purchased 2 so far from Home Depot. Look indoors where the indoor plants are housed.the smaller was 19.00 and the larger was 24.00. You may have to be persistent but eventually you will find one.
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Zela wrote:
Coffee table - Who is the manufacturer, what are its dimensions and where can I buy it?
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Thanks for your interest in this project. Unfortunately, we have archived the files associated with this project and don't have the information readily available. Please feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to help you design your space.
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Magali wrote:
The planters - Can you please tell me where you got the planters from?
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Dalmarko Designs
Love the Fiddle leaf or Ficus Lyratas framing the room! stunning! Yes, where are the planters from?
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Barbara Schaefer wrote:
Question for designer - what is the paint color?
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gudli618
can you please let us know the color codes used
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mbowie23 wrote:
What color is the grey-blue wall paint? Beautiful!
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The Shabby Nest
Valspar's Gotham Gray (4009-3) is a similar color.
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rowe58 wrote:
Who makes this couch & wing chair? They're fabulous!
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
The 'wing chair' is an Eames Lounge. I'm sorry but I don't have information on the couch.
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Lidiya Chepa wrote:
how high is the ceiling? - Ceiling height
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Jen M wrote:
what is the blue paint color?
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cicchelli29 wrote:
What type of plant is that? - What type of plant is that?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

The Home Editor: City & Small Space Consulting added this to Rooting for Indoor Trees
A room with extra-high ceilings is practically begging for a tall tree. Here two similar trees add symmetry and height to a living room by John Lum Architecture.
Gwendolyn Purdom added this to Why We Gravitate Toward Beauty in Design
Look to the lights. A brightly lit space can be an instant mood booster, particularly if it’s filled with natural light.Focus on exteriors and entryways. More beautiful exteriors and entryways set a tone as soon as someone enters or looks at a home.Bring the outdoors in. For most people, natural decorative elements like plants, wood, feathers or even a highlighted view introduce instant tranquillity and beauty into a space.Shop for live plants on Houzz

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cindytsaischultz89 added this to Minnesota
accent wall for living room. like the color but is it too dark?

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