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The family room stands where the old carport once stood. We re-used and modified the existing roof structure to create a relief from the otherwise 8'-0" ceilings in this home.
Photo by Casey Woods
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Example of a large trendy formal and open concept concrete floor living room design in Austin with white walls and no tv — Houzz

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dananddiane wrote:
I love the cowhide poufs....where can I find these?
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kellydesigns
can you please advise where the coffee table is from?
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Scott Bulger

looks like box frame from west elm!


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decatur05 wrote:
I love this coffee table - can you tell me where it's from? Thank you!
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Lora Anthony

I had small stack tables in exactly the same style a few yrs ago - they were from Pottery Barn.

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Britney Hamilton wrote:
Love this coffee table. Can you tell me the size and where to find it
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DownHomeLiving

We make custom furniture, please visit our shop at DownHomeLiving

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zh_jennifer wrote:
Ceiling light - Hi, can you please tell me where I can find those ceiling lights from? Thx
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Jobe Corral Architects
Hi there:

The client found these in a small market in Round Top, Tx. They are industrial whisks!
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jillbythebay wrote:
Concrete Floors - Hi Love the vibe of the whole house! But really love those floors. Can you please tell me the product used and whether the home uses radiant floor heating? We are considering using a product by Ardex throughout our slab on grad home in SoCal. My only hesitation is whether they will feel "cold". Thanks in advance.
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Jobe Corral Architects
I do not remember which product we ended up using for the staining. We did 5-6 test patches blending the colors at a location that would be covered by cabinetry. My best tip here is to avoid the dark waxes as a top coat. They suck the light and life right out of the floors. We used a clear wax over a stain mix here.
Thanks for the interest in our work.
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Trisha Gross wrote:
Light fixtures - Hi - Can you tell me who makes the light fixtures and where you purchased them? Many thx.
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Lucy Gibson

Trisha, great question about who makes the light fixtures. I love the pendant lights hanging from the ceiling, it looks amazing with the white siding. I also love the light fixture by the back window next to the brown couch. I'd love to get some new light fixtures in my living room. I think it will add a lot. http://www.trinitymarketing12.com/lighting-candles/lighting-indoor.html 

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lec3139 wrote:
Couch - Where is the couch from? I am looking at one at carls furniture in fl and wondered how you lie it. Thanks!!
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Jobe Corral Architects
hi there. I didn't actually select this couch, so I am not sure where they bought it. Sorry I can't be of more help with this one.
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Jenny Tinch wrote:
What color of white are the walls?
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heritagechic wrote:
Art work - The painting of men playing on billiard table. Any details?
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caudilljen wrote:
I am looking for wide white planks for my spare room. Are those real wood and where can I get them?
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Apartment 46 for the Home added this to 10 Ways to Get Your Lighting Right
10. Learn all about lamps.Consider scale. A giant floor lamp over a small occasional chair wouldn’t work well. However, a larger midcentury ceramic lamp base with a modern drum shade would be awesome next to a big love seat or a sectional. The same goes for tiny table lamps. If your seating is large, look for medium to large lamp bases.Realize that lampshade fabrics are crucial. I often replace the shades lamps come with in favor of new ones that look more custom. If you like a more diffused-looking light, go for linen or burlap; if you want brighter light, stick with crisp white. For more ambience, any fabric-covered shade will do, but keep in mind the cleaning needs of fabrics such as pleated silk and cotton. They are difficult to dust.Pay attention to shade styles. If you have a modern or transitional home, I would go for drum shades. Romantic or traditional homes would be best fitted with tulip or fluted-style lampshades. An eclectic home can employ a variety of styles as long as they fit the design story of the space. If the room is fun and edgy, for example, a large fluted shade may look too formal and out of place. Place the lamp properly. Details matter! If your only electrical outlet is across the room from where the chair is, don’t string the lamp cord across the rug and in plain view. Not only is it dangerous to have long strands of cord lying around, but it looks unfinished, not to mention unsightly. Either invest in having another outlet put where the seating will be or swag a lamp from the ceiling out into the room to give better illumination.More: Get the Lowdown on High-Efficiency LED Lighting

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Pamela Buhler added this to webuser_193744344's ideas
i like the transition from the flat ceiling that would be in our kitchen to the cathedral that would be in the living room

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