Caroline Beaupere DesignTransitional Living Room, New York

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Living room - mid-sized transitional formal and open concept medium tone wood floor living room idea in New York with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a wood fireplace surround and no tv —  Houzz
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slmccord wrote:Jun 16, 2012
  • Jill Henderson
    Where can I buy the mantle?
  • Danita

    Where can i buy the vase on mantel

angelabarale wrote:Jan 7, 2014
  • cdlherg
    Lovely room with awesome fireplace. Who is the mantel designer?
  • PRO
    Caroline Beaupere Design

    Thank you. This is a custom mantel that I designed for my clients.

antigone wrote:Jul 15, 2013
joannwas wrote:Jun 19, 2012
  • sheripie69
    That mantle is gorgeous! Love it, love it, love it!
  • byrdann
    How do I get this mantel
homeownernj wrote:Nov 6, 2013
  • PRO
    Caroline Beaupere Design
    Hi, this is a custom piece that I designed for my clients. It can be reproduced to fit your space. Please email me your measurements at caroline@carolinebeaupere.com and I will be happy to send you an estimate.
  • Tracey Maxwell
    OMG...I want one also. Sending measurements!!!
morrisk45 wrote:Jun 19, 2012
  • PRO
    Caroline Beaupere Design
    It is Benjamin Moore Monterey White HC-27 - Eggshell finish
  • kbassue
    HI, what color would you use as an accent wall for this eggshell cream paint in the living room?
dollface1211 wrote:Oct 17, 2013
  • PRO
    Caroline Beaupere Design
    Thank you! Please email me your measurements at caroline@carolinebeaupere.com and I will be happy to send you a quote.
tawby wrote:May 28, 2015
    mariagirasole wrote:Aug 24, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      luisarollenh
      Luisa Rollenhagen added this to Exploring Architecture: Discover the Secrets of Edwardian HomesNov 18, 2014

      Art nouveau fireplaces. Some fireplaces in Edwardian homes have distinctive art nouveau details. This one features elegantly curved sides with a slight whiplash design carved into the wood.

      lolalina
      Laura Gaskill added this to Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts: What’s the Difference?Aug 14, 2014

      Art NouveauWorking our way backward in time to the late 19th century, art nouveau was the style of the day, although it wasn’t called that at the time. Art nouveau is immediately distinguishable from art deco, thanks to the “whiplash” curves and ornate, nature-inspired designs featuring insect wings, flowers, feathers and vines.

      summerbaltzer
      Summer Baltzer added this to 8 Ways to Express Your Art Nouveau StyleAug 11, 2013

      1. Carved wood. Art nouveau artists, designers and craftsmen rejected traditional influences, moving their designs toward an original and more modern style. In the home, intricate carvings from the Victorian era gave way to a more curvilinear look, with sinuous lines and nature-inspired motifs. Get this look: Replicate the style with an updated twist by adding moldings to newer furniture. Search your local hardware store for trim pieces and apply them to flat surfaces on tables, dressers or frames. Feeling really adventurous? DIY veterans can trace an art nouveau motif onto wood and use a Dremel kit to carve out the details for an authentic period look.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      felrose
      Rose Gairod added this to Felida's ideasAug 29, 2019

      the combination of the wall paint color with the wood

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