Fish Camp Beach Cottage beach-style-hall
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Fish Camp Beach Cottage

Jack Gardner
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Coastal light wood floor hallway photo in Miami — Houzz

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santucciks wrote:
Wall color - Can you please tell me paint color and technique for whitewashed walls? Thank you
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I'm afraid I don't have the exact paint color. The technique is simple but requires some experimentation to get the look you want. Start by mixing your paint 50/50 with water and do a test on the actual material you will be painting (in this case, pine boards on the walls). You can then adjust the ratio to get the level of opacity you desire.
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santucciks
thanks!
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bevith wrote:
how to hang the fishing rod to the wall
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The fishing rods add a fun touch to this space and were attached to the wall using simple hooks, like the type you can hang a teacup from.
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Connie wrote:
what wood did you use to panel the ceiling and walls?
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It is just simple pine board, butted together (not tongue & groove).
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Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Lessons in Florida Cracker Style From a Vacation Home
Timeworn accessories that reference the Gulf Coast region. The landing and hallway at the top of the stairs are covered in Strickland's and Edwards' antique finds. They scoured antique markets for vintage fishing poles, nautical prints and, in particular, maps of Florida — the top scores were maps of the region drawn before Florida became a state in 1845.

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wpc1000 added this to Exterior Plus
Wall color - Can you please tell me paint color and technique for whitewashed walls? Thank you PRO Historical Concepts I'm afraid I don't have the exact paint color. The technique is simple but requires some experimentation to get the look you want. Start by mixing your paint 50/50 with water and do a test on the actual material you will be painting (in this case, pine boards on the walls). You can then adjust the ratio to get the level of opacity you desire. what wood did you use to panel the ceiling and walls? Historical Concepts It is just simple pine board, butted together (not tongue & groove).
wpc1000 added this to Kitchen Ideas
Wall color - Can you please tell me paint color and technique for whitewashed walls? Thank you PRO Historical Concepts I'm afraid I don't have the exact paint color. The technique is simple but requires some experimentation to get the look you want. Start by mixing your paint 50/50 with water and do a test on the actual material you will be painting (in this case, pine boards on the walls). You can then adjust the ratio to get the level of opacity you desire. what wood did you use to panel the ceiling and walls? PRO Historical Concepts It is just simple pine board, butted together (not tongue & groove).

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