Collector's ItemsTransitional Family Room, Boston

Michael J Lee

Example of a transitional family room design in Boston with white walls —  Houzz
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SCLC wrote:October 28, 2015
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    Katie Rosenfeld Design

    Whoever that is above answered the question meant for me, and that is correct, but I am unclear on why someone else is answering my questions, really weird!

  • cococt

    where is the table from? So beautiful and simple.

pettyjohn1 wrote:April 18, 2016
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    Katie Rosenfeld Design

    Brunschwig et Fils

  • ericawallin

    Hello, I love the blue/white ceramic lamp...please tell me where you got that find. Thanks so much


L J wrote:January 1, 2016
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    Katie Rosenfeld Design

    Farrow and Ball Skimming Stone and benjamin moore white dove trim

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    Farrow and ball skimming stone
B wrote:October 24, 2015
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    Katie Rosenfeld Design

    It is made by Modern History

  • B

    Thank you for providing the source. I love your design concepts that I have seen on Houzz.

awivel wrote:May 11, 2016
amparito7 wrote:October 24, 2015

What Houzz contributors are saying:

kareneglythompson
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 8 Ways to Arrange ArtworkFebruary 1, 2016

4. Salon-StyleWhat it is: Salon style is truly old-school.Think of 18th-century Academic paintings on display at the Louvre. Salon style is characterized by a floor-to-ceiling wall-to-wall frenzy of artworks hung tightly together. The method has been gaining popularity lately.Benefit: Salon style is romantically dramatic. Like the clustered style, it’s a good way to showcase pieces of art of different sizes and with different frame materials, especially if you have a sizable quantity of pieces. The framing materials define the space with hard, reflective surfaces, so this tends to make a room feel more closed-in. This isn’t a bad thing — think intimate and cozy.Size of wall space: You can pull this approach off in small or large rooms, but it’s best used in spaces with high ceilings. Limitations: Confirm your furniture placement before starting to lay out your configuration. That way you can work around furniture pieces. You don’t want to hang the entire wall and then realize a dining room chair back hits a painting or the sofa back doesn’t clear the bottom of a frame.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

samantha_healey
Samantha Healey added this to Wall Framing5 days ago

Gold monochrome black, white, gold.

lscrocker
Leslie Crocker added this to 2709 War Admiral Dr.January 4, 2020

Use of space, mixed frames, wall art collage

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