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Example of a classic family room design in Boston
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Example of a classic family room design in Boston —  Houzz

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mlloyd wrote:September 7, 2011
  • mmcgahan
    where can I buy the chairs?
  • valerie5pluscat
    like the chairs. Ethan Allen & lazy boy had something similar few years ago
kathyspointofhue wrote:October 5, 2011
  • marymac472
    Love the mermaid. Where can I find it
  • mtnmermaid
    I love it too!!! Where did it come from??
Martha Ann L wrote:October 11, 2011
cmohror wrote:November 13, 2011
  • lisakh
    I do not like the idea of grey in this room. Grey is a cool color and the floors are a beautiful, golden color. I would try pumpkin or carmel color. Use it on the INTERIOR back walls of the shelves. Then I would use a shade darker, complementary color on the recessed areas in the ceiling.
    I would change out the area rug using a pattern that incorporates the same colors in a pattern. Leave the walls outside the shelves the same color. This will warm up the entire room. You may need to replace the ottoman with a warm tone fabric with a pattern that coordinates with the new area rug. Bring in some cream accesories into the shelving which will now pop against the pumpkin or carmel back wall. This room has wonderful "bones" and could be really a warm inviting area with color on the walls & ceiling. Love the potential here.
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    Mona Ives
    I agree - grey may be trendy but it is a cold color. I know designers are in love with it right now but I don't think it will last. I grew up in a house that my parents painted grey and it made me so deppressed my whole life I swore I would never paint anything grey - and I never have used grey (on the walls) with so many clients over 7 years. So I may be biased against it, but it looks to me that this space needs a warmer color palette. I like the pumpkin/gold idea and I would think Benjamin Moore Oklahoma Wheat. Also south facing rooms can be very difficult so test the shades in different spots and look at them in day and night lighting. Oklahoma wheat may be great during the day but too intense at night... worth a try though to be in that family.
walleygirl wrote:January 7, 2012
  • pollyhlp
    Since no one ever answered, I'd take an educated guess at something like 12 x 16.
  • Charlotte Radwan Mohlman

    Previous comments.........room is 9x14

sarahreiss wrote:February 8, 2012
clfullerton wrote:July 15, 2012
Do you know what type of wood floor that is?

  • Brooke Enge
    The flooring looks like repurposed barn wood flooring. We just installed some very similar from barnwood naturals out of salem, or.
  • sheila330
    whose chairs are they?
jrfromnv wrote:August 7, 2012
Are those fire sprinklers in the ceiling?

    Allison wrote:October 13, 2012
      pankajlathia wrote:November 30, 2012
      where is this room ? on 1st floor or second ? can u share yr floor plan also ?

      beepebbles wrote:March 3, 2013
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        Customer bought it on Nantucket
      bathroom1125 wrote:October 26, 2013
      Who makes the lights above the book shelves? Purchase where?

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        Nantucket Light Shop
      Kim wrote:November 6, 2013
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        Regular 4" bead board and 1x8 on ceiling
      oldhousegirl wrote:April 18, 2014
      Can you tell me how large the library area is? Thx

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        Cocoweb
        Thank you for using our lights on top of the cabinets!!!
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        ocd remodeling
        love this room, gave me ideas for my own space!
      4362 wrote:September 26, 2015
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        Thank you for your interest in this picture. The hurricane candles were owned by the client and we do not know where they purchased them.

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