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Elegant medium tone wood floor dining room photo in Wilmington with beige walls —  Houzz
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Sue M wrote:Mar 14, 2013
jmk4 wrote:Feb 4, 2015
Kristin Woodward wrote:Feb 5, 2015
  • lxa123

    Love the windows! Where did you get the matchstick blinds?

  • aanfossi

    What size is the window?

kfbreaux wrote:Nov 14, 2013
  • lauriejallen
    I can't seem to get the comment on this question - I'm wondering who made the cornice as well. Thanks!
  • dberwic
    What is the fabric on the cornice and where is it available?
goulopoulos wrote:Nov 12, 2014
  • lisa22111
    It looks like they took the length of the fabric to make the valance that wide. If you look at it sideways you can tell that's the real direction the pattern should go.
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    Window Treatments by Transforming Rooms

    Sometimes you can "railroad" a fabric, other times you cannot. It depends if it will look like the pattern is going in the wrong direction. Hope that helps. Also, check out this link for various valance styles.

    A Small Sampling of our Window Treatments · More Info

    Often we put contrast straps where the seam would be.

lesleyandcharlie wrote:May 15, 2014
  • neecy1258
    Yes, what is the wall color?
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    Liz Carroll Interiors
    The paint color is Muskoka Trail by Benjamin Moore!
mml_54 wrote:Feb 4, 2015
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    If you don't hear back, you might try these for a similar look. Woven wood shades can sometimes be cut to size, but it's a bit trickier than typical horizontal blinds. If you need to go the custom route, that's what we specialize in and we'd love to help.

    Natural Woven Wood Shades for the Living Room · More Info

Michelle wrote:Feb 4, 2015
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    Liz Carroll Interiors
    Hi @mloleary! The paint is Muskoka Trail by Benjamin Moore.
Joanne Mosticchio wrote:Sep 2, 2013
amandaharry wrote:Jul 24, 2013
Jennifer Chmilar wrote:May 29, 2013
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    Liz Carroll Interiors
    That is the Riad fabric by Windsor Smith for Kravet. Glad you like it!
Lisa S wrote:May 29, 2013
Mary wrote:Oct 24, 2015
    Purple Passion Designs wrote:Jan 26, 2015
      lisafranklin wrote:Jul 13, 2014

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Mitchell Parker added this to Your Guide to a Totally Organized Home in 10 WeeksDec 30, 2016

        10. Dining room. The dining room should be a relatively easy room to keep organized, as long as you don’t use your dining table as a catchall for clutter. Nevertheless, begin with a full decluttering effort to remove shopping bags, library books, toys and laptops. Follow this with a deep clean, making sure to vacuum and mop the floor and wipe down the baseboards. Use a wood polish or other appropriate cleanser on your table, and make the mirrors, windows and any other glass shine. If you’ve got a buffet, organize the drawers and corral placemats and napkins into their own spots. Make an assessment of your lighting and think about how you can enhance it to make things look more appealing. Get the seven-day plan for an organized dining roomMoreGet Organized: Are You a Piler or a Filer?Blast Decluttering Roadblocks Once and for All‘Tidying Up’ Author Marie Kondo Tells How to ‘Spark Joy’ at Home

        Laura Gaskill added this to Your Guide to a Spotless, Beautifully Organized HomeJan 27, 2015

        Dining room. Whether you use your dining room constantly or wish you used it more, devoting some time to getting this space refreshed, dusted and organized is sure to inspire lively dinners. Getting started: Remove anything that belongs in another room: shopping bags waiting to be unpacked, library books that need to be returned, kids’ toys, piles of mail, laptops — whatever you’ve got. Completely clear the stuff off the dining table, floors and other surfaces. Most decor can stay (for now), but if it has a home in another room, out it goes. Get the 7-day plan

        Laura Gaskill added this to 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Dining RoomMay 8, 2014

        Make a plan of attack: The current state of your dining room will determine how much time you’ll need to tackle each part of this plan — read over the whole plan first and then decide where to focus your efforts. If, for example, you have little clutter but a huge collection of tarnished silver you really want to get clean, you may want to start right in on the cleaning on Day 1. No matter what you focus on, it helps to get started on a weekend, when you can knock out the biggest tasks while your energy and motivation are high. Then finish up during smaller pockets of time during the week.

        Laura Gaskill added this to 8 Ways to Add a Little Tradition to Your StyleSep 11, 2013

        4. Try a more formal window treatment. Traditional spaces have a longstanding love affair with fancy window treatments of all types. So instead of hanging up basic matchstick blinds or curtains and calling it a day, try something a little different — valances, pelmets, balloon shades and Roman shades are the darlings of the traditional crowd.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        HU-173072780 added this to webuser_173072780's ideasJul 23, 2019

        Maybe for kitchen eating area window roman shades

        anahataaloha added this to KITCHEN REMODEL IDEASMay 24, 2019

        I LIKE the fabric over the top of the windows

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