Capital Hill Residence transitional-living-room
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Capital Hill Residence Transitional Living Room, Vancouver

wanted to create a feeling of symmetry in this formal dining area, with a chandelier suspended centrally from the custom coffered ceiling, framed by matching glass detailed cabinets.

Photography by Vicky Tan
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Living room - mid-sized transitional enclosed medium tone wood floor living room idea in Vancouver with brown walls and a standard fireplace — Houzz

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Haydon wrote:
Where did you find this rug?
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epecoraro80
Can I get this as a carpet instead of a rug? Thanks!
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Rugsusa.com has a VERY SIMILAR rug in different colors. I own one and love it.
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annamak wrote:
Wall color? - What is the wall color paint?
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CAn you please tell me what fabric you used on the couch?
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Enviable Designs Inc.
This fabric is from Kravet Fabrics.
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Deborah Armstrong wrote:
rug - Can you please tell me the source?
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Enviable Designs Inc.
This area rug is from the Debbie Travis line at Canadian Tire
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jenandwarrren wrote:
Good morning....would you please share the wall color you used? - I see someone else answered for you the first time, but was hoping you could answer now. Thank you!
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the wall colour is from Benjamin Moore - eggshell - clay beige OC11
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jenandwarrren
Thanks very much!! Happy New Year!
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jennycox wrote:
Where did those bins come from?
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Enviable Designs Inc.
These are from Pottery Barn kids.
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armic wrote:
Who makes this sofa? Beautiful!
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Thank you! This sofa is made by Kravet.
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Diane Wall
Awesome sofa!
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Faiza Adeel wrote:
floor - is this wooden or tile?
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The flooring is hardwood and the species is Walnut.
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croig wrote:
Sofa - Could you please share the sofa dimentions, and where could I see more colors/shapes of the sofa?
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This sofa is made by Kravet and is called the Adagio style. You can see further dimensions on kravet's website www.kravet.com
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Chandra Dagley wrote:
Where did the couch come from - I would like to know the manufacturer of the couch
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This couch is by Kravet. Available to order through us at Enviable Designs.
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annamak wrote:
White/orange pillow - I have been searching for pillows this color everywhere... any suggestions where these pillows or similar are available? Thank you for your time!
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These pillows were purchased at a local store called "Chintz"
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charcerv wrote:
Where is the coffee table from please?
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This is from a local store in Vancouver called "Liberty"
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: Open and Bright in British Columbia
Mckenney also chose a combination of quality products with pieces that are a little less expensive. For example, the carpet in the living room cost less than $200. "There was just no point in investing a ton of money in a carpet that would definitely be ruined in a year," she says. Rug: Debbie Travis Floor Rug Link, Canadian TireCoffee Table: Savona Collection, Liberty Living
Vanessa Brunner added this to Get Organized: 5 Ways to Keep Toys Tidy
Place a few storage bins in other rooms of the house where your child plays to make cleaning faster and less of a hassle. Having smaller bins will encourage kids to put their toys in when they're done, and take them to their playroom or bedroom later. Tell us: How have you organized your child's toys? What are your tips for keeping it neat and tidy? Share your thoughts in the comments below!More: Fantasy Kids' RoomsKids' Bedrooms: Amp Up the PlayfulnessGuest Picks: Playroom PerfectionHelp! I'm a Minimalist and My Child is a Maximalist
Danyelle Mathews added this to The Family Home: Living Rooms You Can Live In
Most parents will agree that storage is essential. It's important to keep things your children enjoy playing with in convenient places throughout the home, especially when they are very young. I love the idea of placing these soft woven baskets strategically throughout the living room. Bonus: The baskets can add color and texture to your space.
Samantha Schoech added this to Thank You for Sharing: The Family Living Room
The Case for BasketsBecause the toys are going to find their way in, have a nice place waiting for them when they get there. Baskets look good and make cleanup pretty painless.
Summer Baltzer added this to 8 Ways to Include the Kids in Your Design
1. Add kid-size furnishings. Make your children feel comfortable and at home with furnishings sized just for them. Beanbag chairs and miniature modern playsets are great ways to introduce childlike style into an adult world.
Fred Albert added this to Feeling Knotty? Add a Little Rope to Your Decor
Speaking of kids: rope baskets are a great cure for clutter. They look great, come in an endless array of colors and patterns, and keep clutter out of sight.
Janet Dunn added this to A Fine Mess: How to Put Housework in Its Place
Divide untidy from dirty. There’s a big difference between messiness and uncleanliness. If you lump them both together, they can look like a mountain. Mentally split them into two smaller hills — decide which is which and deal with dirt first. Playtime toys spread on the floor are untidy, not health hazards. In Leslie Thomas’ novel Tropic of Ruislip, Mrs. Polly Blossom-Smith keeps the family hamsters down the back of the couch. At dinnertime, she pours a shovelful of hamster food into the cavity. Now that’s dirty!Stress less: “One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries.” — A.A. Milne, writer

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Emily Schatz added this to Toy Storage Ideas
Bins in other rooms that mainly exist for the purpose of ferrying thing back to where they belong. I wonder if that would work for us. (They'd definitely get turned into playthings in their own right.)
Mary Hart-Baker added this to FL Kitchen
Idea for color of wood on island.

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