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Crisp ArchitectsTraditional Family Room, New York

Country Home. Photographer: Rob Karosis

Inspiration for a timeless family room remodel in New York with orange walls and a stone fireplace —  Houzz
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gswalters wrote:Mar 3, 2014
  • houseinnh
    Can you tell me what cultured stone this is, please?
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    Decorative Glass Solutions

    It's neat that the wood is stored directly under the fireplace. Haven't seen that before.

mfinkenbinder wrote:Oct 4, 2012
  • Vineyard Eleven
    Would you be able to tell me how high the hearth is off the floor. If the ceiling is 12' my guess would be 8' or 9' off the floor? It would be so helpful to my project. Also can you share with me the name of the method the stone were placed? is that called dry stacked? Thank you.
  • Vineyard Eleven
    Excuse me---my previous quest was not pertaining to the hearth but pertaining to the mantle. thank you
annliebler wrote:Sep 19, 2011
  • btfam
    Can you tell me what brand of fireplace insert this is. Thanks
  • danielwholt
    Would you share the company/type of stone?
sjih wrote:Apr 13, 2013
  • sjih
    Thank you so much for responding promptly!
  • John Wirth
    Please: Is the fireplace on the 27' or the 24' wall? And how wide is that fireplace? I want to ensure that our wall is that dramatic. Our ceiling is that high, but our architect is recommending a 6'6" wide fireplace. That seems too narrow.
annliebler wrote:Nov 19, 2011
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    Kristina Rovtar
    It looks like a Woodbridge piece!
  • kimtherrien
    did you find out where the coffee table can be purchased?
Janelle Kiplinger wrote:Sep 12, 2016
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    Crisp Architects

    The stone used for the hearth is bluestone with rough edges.

  • Amy Bradach

    Love the wood storage right under the hearth. What is the flooring under the wood storage area? Is it the same as the rest of the room or did you put something more durable?

katharinemm wrote:Feb 27, 2014
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    Crisp Architects
    I'll check back to the drawings and get back to you asap. Thanks for your interest.
  • katharinemm
    Can you answer my original question regarding screens
Melody wrote:Jan 16, 2014
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    Crisp Architects
    Thanks for your interest! I will have to check back to the drawings and get back to you as soon as possible.
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    Melody
    Greatly appreciate it! We are building the supports for our firplace soon. Your portfolio on this website is amazing... beautiful work. Wish we lived in eastern PA (rather than west side) so we could use your expertise!
Dan Mudido wrote:Dec 14, 2013
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    Crisp Architects
    Benjamin Moore Pumpkin Spice.
  • arlenejjones
    Can you tell me the exact color of the trim? I am thinking of using the pumpkin spice and would like to match the trim as well. Also, we are putting down an engineered hardwood flooring called Cambria Oak and installing wainscotting. What would be your thoughts on the color we should go with on the wainscotting? We are going back and forth on staining it a contrasting color or painting it. The windows and doors are stained and I am just really needing advice. I thought if we painted it I would probably try to match what you did here.
    Arlene Jones
cpk52 wrote:Mar 14, 2013
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    Crisp Architects
    Thanks for your interest! That is a blue stone slab
  • cpk52
    Thank you!
bparkhurst wrote:Sep 2, 2012
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    Crisp Architects
    In New York State, there is a code requirement for closeable doors for energy saving. It should be available at a local fireplace store.
  • godessofthunder
    Can you please share the color of the curtains please,please,please!
jhyden wrote:Jan 29, 2012
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    Crisp Architects
    interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and
    Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information.
  • PRO
    ECOterior Solutions by Carolyn Tierney
    The chair is a custom upholstered peice we had made for client and the wood chair is from Old Hickory
julesco wrote:Sep 30, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Try Valspar's Snowcap White.
  • PRO
    Crisp Architects
    Interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information.
vikki wrote:Jan 24, 2018
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    Crisp Architects

    Thank you for the wonderful comment and the interest in our projects!

Lindsay Burkhead wrote:Mar 14, 2016
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    Crisp Architects

    The hearth is raised approx. 1'-6" above the floor.

Nicole wrote:Feb 5, 2016
bkuballcc wrote:Jun 24, 2014
scoup5p wrote:Oct 20, 2013
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    Crisp Architects
    Thanks for the compliment! I will have to check the drawings and get back to you asap.
ckhbanjo wrote:Aug 7, 2013
ckhbanjo wrote:Aug 7, 2013
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    Crisp Architects
    Interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information.
sashaeconomo wrote:Apr 13, 2013
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    Crisp Architects
    I apologize, we have no information on the furniture. Perhaps the interior designer on the job Carolyn Tierney from ECOterior Solutions could be of better help.
Judith wrote:Jan 31, 2013
annemd4 wrote:Dec 16, 2012
missb wrote:Nov 4, 2012
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    Crisp Architects
    Thank you for your concern we are all doing just fine after the storm. We use the change in trim height to emphasize our doorway and transoms. There is no other reason besides simply for aesthetics.
amackjr wrote:Sep 16, 2012
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    Crisp Architects
    My guess is no, you can only give it a try and see
ckhbanjo wrote:Aug 5, 2012
jklu1956 wrote:Jan 30, 2012
Sami Ritter wrote:Oct 24, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Fall Traditions for a Special SeasonAug 30, 2014

6. Tweak home decor for fall. Layer beds with thicker quilts, drape a cozy throw over your favorite armchair and set out bowls of apples and nuts. It doesn’t take much effort, and your home will instantly feel more fall-like.7. Savor warm drinks by the fire. Hot cider with a cinnamon stick, cocoa, tea or something stronger — whatever your favorite cold-weather drink is, take the time to savor it. Fireplace optional (but lovely).

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to 15 Fall Decorating Ideas From Great Country HomesSep 19, 2013

9. A bowlful of apples. It's so simple, we should all do this one! Instead of keeping bowls of fruit relegated to the kitchen, pile fresh, crisp apples in a nice wooden bowl and set it on the coffee table.

shane
Shane D. Inman added this to Find a Fitting Place to Store Your FirewoodFeb 15, 2013

Under the hearth. The spot underneath a raised hearth often goes unused. Make the most of it by creating a spot for wood storage underneath. Design tip: When designing for storage under the hearth, keep in mind that a raised hearth is made to sit on. Try not to extend the height of the wood storage past 18 inches, which is the standard sitting height.

lfrederick
Lisa Frederick added this to Wagon Wheels Are on a RollOct 1, 2012

This, folks, is country style done right. In one corner we have an elegant upholstered armchair, graceful draperies and an Oriental rug; in the other, a tree-twig chandelier, a firewood barrel and a wagon wheel propped on the mantel. The rustic accents dress the space down, but its design chops are unmistakable.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Stylish Log Storage for Traditional HomesSep 27, 2012

If you prefer your logs a bit more hidden, create a niche between the hearth and the floor. The floor underneath should be stone; I like it when it's the same stone used on the hearth.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lannie_slabaugh
Lannie Slabaugh added this to Materials For RemodelMay 23, 2019

Nice fireplace, and trim work around it and the windows

acevans07
acevans07 added this to Main floor renovationMay 18, 2019

Like everything with thise fireplace

kbjd111
Katie Dunlap added this to Overbrook AdditionMay 12, 2019

Insert fireplace, tapered and functional wood storage

monstershygiene
Finn added this to GAS FIREPLACESMay 1, 2019

AWESOME DETAIL! BEAD BOARD PEEKING OUT, LOVE

monstershygiene
Finn added this to FIREPLACE STONE VENEER AND WINDOW AND DOORWAYMay 1, 2019

AWESOME! THE DETAIL PEEKING OUT FROM BEHIND STONE

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