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Inspiration for a beach style bedroom remodel in Atlanta with green walls

27 Aiken StreetBeach Style Bedroom, Atlanta

Richard Leo Johnson

Inspiration for a beach style bedroom remodel in Atlanta with green walls —  Houzz
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Allie L wrote:Apr 28, 2015
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    I believe they were primed before they went up, but painted in place.

    One of the things to remember when you're using wood like this on the walls (and on the floors) is to acclimate the boards. This house is in FL and the boards were stacked, with spacers, in the air conditioning for a while to get them out of the humidity and reduce the moisture content (something you'll want to do with inexpensive pine). Doing this allowed the boards to shrink a bit before they went up, which kept the gaps from getting too wide after they were applied to the wall - and that kept the unpainted sides from being noticeable!

  • diggman08

    thank you for the detailed response

Alicia Croxton wrote:Dec 6, 2015
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    Looks like Stratton Blue to me ( from Benny Moore)


  • ccav

    The paint color could possibly be Benjamin Moore palladian blue or quiet moments. I would love to know too!

reginaleach wrote:Sep 22, 2015
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    I'm sorry we don't have more information. We sell the architectural plans for the houses and aren't usually involved in the decorating. We're lucky to have ANY information on finishes. Good luck!

  • ravenhouse

    OK, didn't realize you only handled the plans~appreciate the response!! :)

Penny Carpenter wrote:Mar 26, 2014
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    I'm sorry; I don't have the paint colors.
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    I'm sorry, I can't help with that one. The decorator made that selection and I don't have it.
sandrakayring wrote:Mar 28, 2014
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    from nostalgiafimeart.com they are Morris egg and nests from 1864-86
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    sorry that is NostalgiaFineArt.com
grammy32 wrote:Feb 28, 2014
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    I love this, can you please tell me the color on the walls.

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    I'm sorry; we provided the architectural plans and details for the house and weren't involved in the color selection. The customer had an interior designer they worked with for color selection.

June Beuth wrote:Feb 29, 2016
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    Those are #2 pine boards and believe they are 1x10's.

  • Amanda Yannello
    Do you do these boards in place of sheet rock or over the top of
jackia1 wrote:May 13, 2015
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    Ah, that makes sense!

    Those are 1x's (probably 1x2) that have the same exposure in each direction along the wall so they appear to be the same size. They are placed over the wall boards to hide the gap that would inevitably form in the corner. You'll note they are in the same plane as the simple, flat 1x crown at the ceiling. You can't see it, but they are also in the same plane as the 1x base at the floor and the 1x's around the windows and doors. It's a very simple and straight-forward treatment.

  • kathydudley

    Very lovely...the walls are perfect and make this small space very special!

jackia1 wrote:May 12, 2015
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    I'm not sure what you mean by 'pulsing'.

  • radium85
    It's the ghost of Stonewall Jackson... and he's hungry for blood.
sbyeager wrote:Jan 4, 2018
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    I'm sorry, I don't know where the bed came from.

sherrys wrote:Nov 7, 2016
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    I don't really know anything about the bed. I'm pretty sure that was an antique found by the owner or her interior designer.

Sheila Mayeux wrote:Jul 8, 2016
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    That question is asked often. I'm sorry, but I don't have that information.

Donna Elle Design wrote:Aug 3, 2015
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    Ha, that question has been asked before!

    Those are 1x's that have the same exposure (probably about 2") in each direction along the wall so they appear to be the same size. I don't think they are mitred. They are placed over the wall boards to hide the gap that would inevitably form in the corner. You'll note they are in the same plane as the simple, flat 1x crown at the ceiling. You can't see it, but they are also in the same plane as the 1x base at the floor and the 1x's around the windows and doors. It's a very simple and straight-forward treatment.

Donna VAllone wrote:Aug 8, 2014
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    I'm sorry; I don't have any information on the furnishings. We provided the architectural plans.
Linda Khadjo wrote:May 8, 2014
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    I don't have a source for the bed - I think it's an antique that the decorator found.
Sarah RM wrote:Apr 25, 2014
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    That's about 11'-7" x 10'-8"

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