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Craftsman Inspired Kitchen Craftsman Home Office, Dallas

Remodel in historical Munger Place, this house is a Craftsman Style Reproduction built in the 1980's. The Kitchen and Study were remodeled to be more in keeping with the Craftsman style originally intended for home.
Arts and crafts home office photo in Dallas with green walls, a tile fireplace and a standard fireplace — Houzz

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holdardo wrote:
Hi, beautiful room. Can you tell us what color the green paint is? Thanks!
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The Persian Carpet
Sorry Lisa I don't know the color that was used.
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The Persian Carpet

Here are some future heirlooms just in from Afghanistan. All hand knotted, hand spun veg dyed.
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delajuju wrote:
What about hardwood floors and dogs! - We just installed beautiful floors and our Boxer has already ruined them with his claws! What can we do?
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Get rid of the dog
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delajuju wrote:
We just installed new hardwood floors and the dog is ruining them with
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Kathleen Coleman
That's my mission.
Mercury Mosaics and Tile wrote:
Who made the tile around the fireplace? It looks like North Prairie Tileworks, but I can't totally tell.
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Mercury Mosaics and Tile
Hi Brooke- You could be right. I'd contact both North Prairie Tileworks and Motawi Tileworks. Good guess. Good luck. ;)
marlene_welsh wrote:
Is the wood on the fireplace and walls all cherry?
Aaron Schlagel wrote:
Statues - Do you have any info about the statues on the right? Very classy.
Jean Clermont wrote:
On the rug - What's the puppie's name?
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Quartersawn wrote:
Brooke, very nice space and adaptation to the existing home. Do you have any idea whose table/ chairs?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Marianne Lipanovich added this to Pet-Proofing Your Home: A Room-by-Room Guide
Gathering areas. There generally aren’t too many dangers lurking in these rooms, but there are a few possible trouble spots. The fireplace is a big one; pets can be harmed by flames and flying ashes. A simple screen is probably all you need.Another overlooked danger is fire-starter sticks. They’re somewhat sweet, and some dogs can’t resist eating them.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Alyson Angus added this to Angus LR Fireplace and Mantel
This is attractive and simple and the wood has a dressier look.
Jamie Lynn and Andy Kimbrough added this to Ravenna Living Room
I had this saved before but erased it assuming we were keeping the brick but this is something we like.
Connie Schultz added this to webuser_619842668's ideas
ooh, like the cabinet left front with glass doors
Three Roses Interiors added this to Chapman
Darker wall color, leaded glass cabinet panels. Tile fireplace surround. Stained wood moldings and base.
nbeaver added this to Fireplace
Love the tile color and shape, not crazy about the grout

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