Carmadillo Living Room beach-style
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Carmadillo Living Room Beach Style , San Francisco

Modern meets beach. A 1920's bungalow home in the heart of downtown Carmel, California undergoes a small renovation that leads to a complete home makeover. New driftwood oak floors, board and batten walls, Ann Sacks tile, modern finishes, and an overall neutral palette creates a true bungalow style home. Photography by Wonderkamera.
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http://www.reganbakerdesign.com
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momfile wrote:
window treatment-blinds - Could you please tell me which manufacturer makes those blinds or how to buy -- which "color" are they? They look much nicer than the rattan options I've seen at our local home improvement store.... Thanks!
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Alan Kosa Interiors
You might want to look at Smith and Nobel as well. Great resource for on line ordering:
http://www.smithandnoble.com/natural-woven-waterfall-shades/shades/natural-woven-shades/10049 Good luck with your project.
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Swedish Blue Designs / LMF Design LLC
Nice image! CAn you please tell which company makes these woven shades and the style? thank you!
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curacao08 wrote:
What are the flowers? - What kind of flowers are those and are they dried? Thank
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meticulousmanda
Those are cotton bolls! They sell them in craft stores now.
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kathykallner wrote:
love the windows, who is the manufacturer and are they stained or painted inside?
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nrozender wrote:
Beautiful details everywhere! - May I ask where the white cabinets are from? And was the piece of driftwood something found on the beach or a purchase?
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hayessf wrote:
Where did you get the monogramed bedding? Love it!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jennifer Bishop Design added this to Houzz Tour: Elegant Carmel Beach Bungalow
Baker based the home's design on natural elements like shells, rattan, cotton and grass cloth. Using natural elements is part of what makes up her signature look. "They help create depth and bring in a natural yet comfortable element to a space," Baker says.
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Kinds of Flowers and Foliage for Modern Spaces
3. Cotton. Yes, you read that right — natural cotton stems are enjoying a bit of a moment. Most often found dried, either through a florist or craft store, the soft, fluffy cotton ball-adorned branches make an unexpected and long-lasting arrangement.Style: Casual, farmhouse, natural.How to use: Display them on their own or use them to adorn a wreath. Dried cotton stems can last a year or more.

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Melissa Mahlberg added this to Coastal
Baker based the home's design on natural elements like shells, rattan, cotton and grass cloth. Using natural elements is part of what makes up her signature look. "They help create depth and bring in a natural yet comfortable element to a space," Baker says.
Lynnette added this to lynnettedewitz's ideas
Modern meets beach. A 1920's bungalow home in the heart of downtown Carmel, California undergoes a small renovation that leads to a complete home makeover. New driftwood oak floors, board and batten walls, Ann Sacks tile, modern finishes, and an overall neutral palette creates a true bungalow style home.
Katherine Perrins added this to white painted trim
The combination of the trim and the windows.

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