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Example of a mountain style carpeted bedroom design in Denver

Morningstar Residence

David O. Marlow

Example of a mountain style carpeted bedroom design in Denver —  Houzz

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Michael Gallo wrote:August 4, 2013
I love the bedding. Can you please tell me where I could find the com

- Where can I find the comforter?

Kelly wrote:August 11, 2013
stout27 wrote:August 25, 2013
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    The wood is reclaimed rafter stock material that was sourced from Montana Reclaimed Lumber
rbonett wrote:October 20, 2013
Who manufactures the bed?

nancycarlson63 wrote:November 12, 2013
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    Bed Question: I did an internet search for "Double Diamo" and nothing came up. Would it be possible to double check the maker of the bed b/c I really like it. Thank you.
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    Apologies, that spec was what was on the interior furnishings spreadsheet, but after making further inquiries, it has come to our attention that the bed was manufactured by De La Espada
hollaman4eva wrote:November 24, 2013
Where can I purchase stone or create that look.

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  • Stephen Cain
    actually its the White Company in the UK
Gjason Sharp wrote:December 13, 2013
Fireplace wood burn

  • Tricia
    Not sure what to do around fireplace. Don't love flagstone and wondering if concrete tiles would be too plain.
flores108 wrote:January 1, 2014

  • Lisa Dillard Seabolt
    I think the comforter is Eastern Accents. If not they one similar
  • persida16
    This is by John Lewis, U.K.
flores108 wrote:January 3, 2014
pocadott77 wrote:January 13, 2014
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    The beam lighting was a Paradigm LED product. You should discuss options with your electrician.
gazza101 wrote:February 23, 2014
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    If the wall is solid stone, then it will reduce your efficiency a great deal if you remove the insulation. If the wall is thicker than say 18", then you will have some benefit from thermal mass. If the temperature is low, and the sun is behind clouds (as it often was during my 22 years in the Midatlantic/New England region), mother nature will not provide much relief to your heating system.
  • jessbiddle
    Gazza- My house is 1840- we have an original stone wall in our finished basement. It's been repointed. The wall is below ground level. Cold is not a problem at all (& we are in MA). The ground behind the wall seems like excellent insulation. In the spring, water oozing occasionally is the biggest problem we have. Oh, and I really can't figure out how to clean it. Mostly I vacuum it. I can't imagine if my floor was carpeted like this picture.
Salt Spray wrote:February 28, 2014
Who is the stone manufacturer and what style and color is it

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    This is a natural farmer's field stone. This is not a manufactured product.
Salt Spray wrote:February 28, 2014
Who is the stone manufactuerer, style and color...Thank you

- D Long Salt Spray Kitchens and Baths

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    This is a natural farmer's field stone. This is not a manufactured product.
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    Salt Spray
    just beautiful...
tdtbc5 wrote:May 6, 2014
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    Amy, yes it is possible to purchase manufactured stone products, however to be clear this layup is not that type of product.
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    Hillside Nurseries
    Amy 1" thick veneer stone or culture stone will not have the dimension that this wall exhibits. The "deep shadow" in the joints is only achieved if your using real fieldstone that has depth to it. Look at the size of some if the stones too. You can't get that with 1" veneer products.
juliescanlon1 wrote:November 4, 2014
what is the wall paint color?

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    It is not but, but plaster with a slight tannish tint. It was custom mixed, and I don't know if it has a proper name.
brookroberts92 wrote:January 30, 2015
dalilapoyser wrote:January 27, 2017
what type of stone is this shown

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    This is a mix of four types of farmer's stone that the mason assembled into this layup

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