BountifulTraditional Dining Room, Baltimore

Photo by Brough Schamp

Elegant white floor and painted wood floor dining room photo in Baltimore with gray walls —  Houzz
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leahcham wrote:Sep 5, 2012
  • PRO
    Bountiful
    Hi Leah,

    If you would like pricing for the Somerset Chairs and finish choices just let me know. Fell free to email us at jamiem@bountifuldecor.com. Look forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks

    Jamie
  • naomik67
    I got black ones at Stacy's Furniture in Plano, Texas
blanchard wrote:Mar 12, 2012
  • julesgriffith
    You're welcome Blanchard. I actually used to have a dining table and chairs made by Stanley (sold it because I moved and no longer had the space) and was pleased with the the value for the price. While the ones in the photo are "high end", I have had my eye on the Stanley ones for a bit and wouldn't hesitate buying from them again. Stanley also seems to have upped their game style wise in the last few years too! Good luck!
  • jmprisco
    Can you give me more information about the chairs? Do you have more pictures/specs?
sgilberti wrote:Jun 15, 2013
  • Susan Albanese
    This is easier than thought. Water down white paint and paint on, then wipe off. You can add glaze medium to paint too.
  • PRO
    Quaker Custom Homes, LLC

    Did you use this same application on the floors? If so, what floor species did you start with?

annettecastleberry wrote:Sep 29, 2012
  • jjjmmmhhh
    Yes please! This is the exact color I've been looking for! I always find something similar but it tends to grey and becomes sad. What color are these walls.
  • 12cindy

    Yes this is a fabulous color with the white washed beams, please share, I would like to use in a playroom with the window covering as well.

hiphiphooray0 wrote:Mar 18, 2013
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    Bountiful
    Sorry for the really long delay! I must have missed this, Please feel free to contact our store Bountiful for info on the blinds (410 819 8666). Ask for Ellen Fink (ellenf@bountifuldecor.com) and she can help.

    Thanks

    Jamie
sandybeach179 wrote:Dec 5, 2015
    cmarquardt1 wrote:Dec 15, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      seanart740
      Sean Lewis added this to Try Whitewash Paint to Enhance 6 Distinct Design StylesAug 10, 2017

      6. Tie your room together, Shabby Chic-style. Whitewash is king in this style. Use it to tone down wood moldings and beams and to give furniture a clean, classic look. But don’t stop there: Whitewash the floors for a bright, airy feel. This style works with distressed finishes, sanded finishes and pickled finishes. All of them work together, but choose your finish based on material and use. New wood should be pickled, rough wood should be painted and furniture and cabinetry should be glazed. Use color and pattern in seat cushions and hardware for a warm and whimsical finish.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      sherbear6
      Mamabear Bosart added this to Kitchen spacesDec 29, 2018

      Light wall color w/pops of color

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