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Elegant formal living room photo in Milwaukee with yellow walls

lakeside guest house

lakeside guest house, designed by Beth Welsh of Interior Changes, built by Lowell Management

Elegant formal living room photo in Milwaukee with yellow walls —  Houzz

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jallred wrote:October 5, 2012
Love everything about this room. What woukd the dimensions be, please?

  • Megan Dockery
    What is the color of this rug? My livingroom is literally a mirror image of this room and would love to get the same rug! I knwo that it is sisal rug but what tone i guess?
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    It was a pottery barn rug offered five years ago. The color is Acurate in the photo... A natural honey tone.
Cheryl Umbles Interior Design wrote:November 25, 2012
Is there a constructed valance at the top of the roman shades over the slider door or does the material fall f

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    These are woven woods. They fold up like a fabric roman shade...and they come with the valance. Budget blinds is one company that carries them. There are hundereds to choose from, and they all have a different look.
  • PRO
    Cheryl Umbles Interior Design
    Beth thanks for getting back to me; this may be just the solution for my client. Again great idea to use this application on a functioning door.

    Cheryl U.
Deb Roy D wrote:December 18, 2012
What size are your sliders and is it an inside mount with two different blinds?

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    The doors are 6' sliders. There are two roman shade woven wood panels with one valance on each door. The windows are just one panel with a single valance.
  • PRO
    Blinds Direct Canada
    If you are looking for a similar product I would recommend the Hunter Douglas Provenance Collection.

    The other option would be for screen shade fabric made to look like bamboo. Especially if you live in an area that has large temp/humidity swings. Bamboo and Grasses will not work as well in high humidity temperatures and will yellow/crack with age.

    http://www.blindsdirectcanada.com/blinds-toronto/roller-blinds-screen-shades.html
Deb Roy D wrote:December 18, 2012
what color blinds?

germangirl49 wrote:January 14, 2013
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    Interior Changes home design
    I don't know what your space is...so I am not sure that I can recommend a window treatment. You would need to send a photo of your room in order for me to have an opinion. Sorry that I am unable to have an answer for you.
  • PRO
    Blinds Direct Canada
    I would suggest leaving the higher up windows open . As for the bottom windows I would recommend going with a Cellular Shade with a Top down Bottom up option so you can control the light and privacy in the room. I think it will look be a nice clean modern look for the space it will also really soften up the room alot.

    http://www.blindsdirectcanada.com/blinds-toronto/cellular-shades.html
gtwon wrote:January 22, 2013
ashapard wrote:March 4, 2013
Where are the printed pillows from on the sofa? I like them.

paddykk wrote:March 15, 2013
Where can I buy the tub chair? Thanks.

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    It was from pottery barn. Two years ago. They may still carry it.
  • sescarpa
    I just bought a natucci leather chair like this that swivels at Home Goods for $299. I'm sitting in it right now! We looked for months at chairs this size for our TV room that had price tags up to $1700. I am very happy with this find. Super comfy.
paddykk wrote:March 15, 2013
The inside mounted blinds don't come in the way when using the door? How tall are your doors?

  • Rhonnie K
    I love the look of woven wood blinds but am struggling with how much of my view I will lose due to the valance and stack. What is the the total length lost here? Any suggestions?
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    The stack on the blinds or woven woods is dependent on the height if the space/ length of the treatment and in the type of woven wood/ fabric/ blind. In this application there is approx 6" valance that hides the stack. You can also mount the treatment above the door if you have ceiling height - as another option.
Sandi wrote:April 2, 2013
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    For an 8 x 10 or larger rug I don't know what you can find for under $300. Maybe check on overstock.com.
  • Janet
    Don't mean to butt in but I've seen 8x10 sisal at TJ Max for less but be careful of quality
fezbuck wrote:May 11, 2013
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    All millwork is China White by Benjamin Moore. The upper walls are monroe bisque HC-26, also by Benjamin Moore.
llemay wrote:May 16, 2013
  • Tabora Take
    What's the price on the trunk
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    The trunk was offered through pottery barn. I don't think it is still available, and am unsure if the cost when purchased.
Ellie wrote:June 22, 2013
Love the dark chair and center table! I've been looking for a long, ch

J T wrote:September 25, 2013
rmp49 wrote:January 7, 2014
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    It is a natural fiber so can break down over time. Just vacuum or sweep for maintainance. They are very popular, rough in the feet, but textural and decent looking for casual appeal.
cycurrta2003 wrote:May 23, 2014
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    It was a pottery barn trunk. They may not carry it any longer as it was several years ago that this project was completed. But if you do an online search for the dimensions you need- you should get a page full of options.
pschr wrote:August 28, 2014
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    Sorry, swatches were ordered from Pottery barn and we selected one of the options on site. I did not keep a record of the exact order.
Robin Granko wrote:September 24, 2014
Can you please tell me where the window coverings are from and what co

mtokar123 wrote:May 31, 2017
  • PRO
    Geneva Cabinet Company, LLC

    We tapped into the expertise of the builder, Lowell Custom Homes for the following helpful information.

    "Sliding doors are the most common ones used for patios. Sizes to choose from include a 60-inch door with a frame size of 59 1/2 by 79 1/2 inches; a 72-inch door with a frame size of 71 1/2 by 79 1/2 inches; and a 96-inch door with a frame size of 95 1/2 by 79 1/2 inches.

    It’s probably 68” – anyone taller than that will have to duck."

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design

    There is an 8" valance on the wood blinds, which hangs into the window and door space. If these woven woods were lifted up under the valance the door clearance would be 6 feet. When the roman shades are unfolded( as in this photo) the clearance is minimized...but if you do not use a door often ( which is the case in this guest house, since there is another exterior door in the room), then this option can work to make a door "read" like another window.

michiganrocks wrote:March 25, 2018
Do you have a picture of the ceiling ?

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