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Living room - large traditional formal and open concept living room idea in New York with beige walls, a standard fireplace and a media wall

A Modern GemTraditional Living Room, New York

Living room - large traditional formal and open concept living room idea in New York with beige walls, a standard fireplace and a media wall —  Houzz
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smp3 wrote:Jan 31, 2013
  • Amargo E. Dulce
    What is the name of the paint color?
  • dlupenski
    I'd really appreciate knowing the paint color, as well. Thanks!
Karen Heffernan wrote:Jun 20, 2013
  • Taylor Shelton
    what kind of coffee table is this? these pops of color are very nice together. job well done.
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    Thanks for the feedback! This is a Mattaliano Frank Low coffee table purchased through Holly Hunt in NYC.
hastings46 wrote:Jun 19, 2013
  • elyse55
    could you please provide details for the pillow on the armchair? beautiful.
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    Thank you! We had the pillow made using a fabric from Romo Textiles. I'm sorry I don't have the fabric information off hand but I'm sure you could find it on their website.
kittyhill wrote:Jan 11, 2013
  • Maribeth
    Earlier Bleeker Beige was mentioned as the wall color. Could you please confirm which it is? Beautiful, tranquil work. Thank you
  • Jane Tredway

    Which is it, please?

MMH wrote:Apr 22, 2014
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    These frames were all custom by Chelsea Frames in NYC
  • alexandra1215

    Gorgeous room! What is the paint color and where did you find that fabulous purple chair. Bravo!!

carole711 wrote:Nov 1, 2013
barb685 wrote:Jul 13, 2013
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    I'm sorry, I don't have the exact measurements anymore. The ceilings are roughly 9' high and the mantel is a design from Francois and Co.
  • Marshalean Garrett
    Name of the flower on cocktail table please
topman wrote:Apr 24, 2013
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    This mantle is a stone composite. Its made by Francois and Company.
  • mer07
    I am planning to do crown molding the same way you have it across the bookshelves and fireplace. My fireplace has an uneven stone on the wall around it. Do you have any suggestions as to how to hang the molding across that wall. Thank you in advance!
Echo Mistwalker wrote:Feb 2, 2013
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    This is an Aeonium, a type of rosette succulent.
  • elly77
    What a beautiful work, and great plant pot seting(or how do I call it)
Jeri wrote:Nov 13, 2013
jmalherb wrote:Aug 31, 2013
gjohnson2003 wrote:Aug 12, 2013
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    Thank you! The chair is a Danish antique that we reupholstered with boucle fabric from Bergamo.
Michael Smit wrote:May 15, 2018
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      deb_oglevee wrote:Jul 10, 2017
        Tile Clearouts wrote:Aug 3, 2016
          Jessica Nannery wrote:Apr 3, 2016
            Francois & Co wrote:Feb 11, 2016
              evegas wrote:May 5, 2014
                mrsrjv wrote:Mar 20, 2014

                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                  Becky Harris added this to 6 Easy Design Resolutions That Can Bring You JoyJan 3, 2017

                  Resolution 6: I will try at least one idea from the inspiration photos I’ve saved. You’ve been compiling Houzz ideabooks, putting bookmarks in design books and ripping photos out of magazines for years. These aren’t just for some fantasy house or far-off date. Take one simple idea and implement it, whether it’s rearranging some shelves, putting together a proper bar cart, displaying your jewelry in a new way, corraling coffee table objects on a tray, setting up a different centerpiece and tablescape, trying a new color or having that tattered Oriental rug in the attic upholstered onto an ottoman. Who knows what accomplishing one small design task will lead to? You may wind up trying a new one every weekend. Share: If you try something new inspired by an image you’ve saved, please snap a photo and tell us what you’ve done. We’d love to see what you’re up to around the house in 2017!More8 Life-Enhancing Home Resolutions for the New YearSlow Down and Ease Up: A Sanity-Saving Approach to Life

                  Mitchell Parker added this to The 10 Most Popular Houzz Stories of 2016Nov 16, 2016

                  10. Rethinking beige. Sure, gray is all the rage, but don’t discount beige just yet. This article explores how some designers are refreshing beige-based neutrals for a modern-day look. See more on rethinking beige

                  Janet Dunn added this to Rethinking Beige in a World Gone GrayJul 21, 2016

                  Blend beige with blues. With the warmth of brown and the coolness of white, beige is quite a docile neutral that borrows cool or warm tones from surrounding colors, so you don’t have to stick to warmer colors to tease out its subtleties. Inky blues, rich amethyst and peacock turquoises are up-to-the-minute colors that add instant luxury.

                  Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to 10 Ways to Create Mantelpiece MagicDec 28, 2015

                  2. Vary levels. When making mantel magic, it’s all about scale. Pull together an artful array of framed photographs and decorative objects of various heights. For a cool and modern look, stick to no more than three colors.

                  Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Living Room Touches Anyone Can DoNov 25, 2013

                  Rearrange your mantel. As with shelves, there are no rules for arranging the mantel. In fact, I was just thinking that a lot of designers tell me that grouping things in odd numbers is best. Then I looked at the photo I’d chosen as a favorite mantel and realized everything is grouped in even numbers (two candlesticks, two framed photos, four vases). So rules — throw them out the window. Having said that, my only rule is to keep stepping back to admire your work and assess where adjustments are needed.Inspired ways to refresh the mantel

                  Fred Albert added this to Home Accessorizing Made SimpleMay 21, 2013

                  Avoid placing like items at opposite ends of a fireplace mantel. (Imagine how dull this mantel would have been if one candlestick sat on each end.) Instead, rely on clusters of objects to balance one another. Propped and overlapped photographs feel more casual and curated than art that's hung, and in this instance help unite the vignettes on either end of the mantel.

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                  DM Granger CID added this to judiframe2 days ago

                  i like this arrangement, not the pot but the succulents

                  homegirlaustin added this to fireplacesMay 10, 2019

                  #3 Similar look. A bit more traditional.

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