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Living room library - contemporary living room library idea in London with brown walls, a standard fireplace and no tv —  Houzz
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sasscee wrote:Jul 17, 2012
  • hparks74
    It's made from nails that are used to put horse shoes on horses. It was a very common art use in the mid 60's to late 70's. C. Jere AKA Curtis Jere was a popular mid century artist that made many bronze sculptures. If you research him you will find various other artist from the same era. It is actually a fairly easy piece to replicate if you know a good artistic welder.
  • mymich
    they had a very nice one at savafieh but not sure they still have it
Seline Jalou wrote:Jul 29, 2013
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    Cocoweb
    Great information! thanks!
  • lljhome
    djunkin, You say "I'm delighted you enjoy my work", did you create the sculpture?
jadoredecor wrote:Jun 2, 2013
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    Cocoweb
    Good art work on top of fireplace!!
  • morenoivan21
    blueprint sells it
rguptalawrence wrote:Nov 21, 2012
  • jpsang
    Love the art peice above the fire place, where did this come from?
  • my5light
    Here Here ! What is the source for above the fireplace art?
Shayna Elliott wrote:Jun 11, 2013
  • djunkin
    Shayna,
    I am glad to hear you like the coffee table. Feel free to get in touch with me via info@architecta-interiors.com and I'd be happy to help sourcing it for you.
    Best,
    Dorothee.
  • MDiva Wood
    I LOVE the coffee table, also!
mymich wrote:Mar 2, 2013
  • djunkin
    Hi there, the colors are Farrow & Ball. The dark wall is painted in Mahogany and the light wall in Dimity. Best, Dorothee.
  • carey bernau

    As to light and dark color paint, which colors take two coats on average?

twheat1 wrote:Dec 20, 2012
  • djunkin
    Hi there,

    the fireplace is a design by Sir John Soane.

    Happy holidays,

    Dorothee.
Cheryl Jones wrote:Oct 3, 2012
  • djunkin
    It's Farrow & Ball 'Mahogany' / Estate Emulsion with 2% sheen. Best, Dorothee.
uktina wrote:Sep 23, 2012
  • hodam
    Your couches are stunning. Care to share? ;)
grish2001 wrote:May 25, 2015
    erdestefano wrote:Oct 12, 2012

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      Painting a dark color on walls. "Painting dark colors is more difficult and less forgiving than painting light colors," says Storey. Be prepared for three coats of paint — sometimes four — to get the proper dark hue on your walls.Deciding whether or not to prime is often an issue with dark paint colors. "When doing light to light or dark to dark, you don't usually need primer," says Rick Watson, manager of product information at Sherwin-Williams. Otherwise, you'll want to use a high-hiding primer that's designed for the material you're painting. Jordan recommends using a gray-shaded primer to help reveal a color's depth. "When a primer is tinted to the right shade of gray, light absorption and reflection find a harmonized balance, offering maximum top-coat coverage and great hiding and color vibrancy," she says. Again, painting technique is important. "Darker colors are fuzzier and are more likely to leave marks where they dry faster," says Davison. Since these colors can bleed, paint carefully and quickly. "Be more methodical than you would with a light color, as roller marks can be more apparent with a darker color," says Storey. He recommends using a roller with a shorter nap (3/8 inch to 1/2 inch) to make sure the paint is applied smoothly. Be careful not to put on too much paint in one coat, which can look uneven when it dries.

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      Fat-hiya added this to My ideasJun 22, 2019

      the room is smaller. but the way it was arranged is good. and the colour is so amazing brown with offwhite

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      Maria Money Interiors added this to GVL OfficeJun 8, 2019

      Dark wall with built-in. Simple mantel

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