Custom Lodge Home in Caldera SpringsTraditional Living Room

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Working closely with the builder, Bob Schumacher, and the home owners, Patty Jones Design selected and designed interior finishes for this custom lodge-style home in the resort community of Caldera Springs. This 5000+ sq ft home features premium finishes throughout including all solid slab counter tops, custom light fixtures, timber accents, natural stone treatments, and much more.

Example of a large classic open concept and formal dark wood floor and brown floor living room design in Other with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace and no tv —  Houzz
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jefangtay wrote:May 2, 2013
  • Debbie Comerford-Lalonde
    where did you find the candlesticks, i love them!
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    Patty Jones Design, LLC
    Las Vegas Design Center... can't recall the store name... Home Classics or something like that.
Karen Brooker wrote:Feb 28, 2013
  • sweetgirl2014

    Beautiful! What is the wall color and technique?

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    Patty Jones Design, LLC

    The base color is SW #7694 Dromedary Camel and we had a faux artist put a glaze over. I do not know the glaze color.

sfcshorten wrote:Feb 14, 2014
michelleringer wrote:Jul 8, 2013
bkerri wrote:Jul 5, 2013
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    Patty Jones Design, LLC
    Sorry, I can't help you with that. The homeowner handled that end of it ... I just know it was prepped before it was delivered. I would suggest talking to a wood expert - someone that deals with reclaimed wood. Good luck!
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    Patty Jones Design, LLC
    It is actually some old railroad trestles that were purchased outside of Salem, OR. The homeowner found it and I do not have the details of the purchase but it was a salvage yard or reclaimed timber yard.
Susan Robinson wrote:Apr 28, 2013
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  • vickiswenson
    I love the recessed look of the fireplace box. We have our cement board on just flat and flush with the firebox face ready to install the stone. Is this built out and the part above the mantel back closer to the wall? I would love to make this adjustment also for support for the mantel to sit on. Did you use metal to curve under the arch since cement board doesn't bend? Thanks
Ryan Olszanski wrote:Apr 9, 2017
Ryan Olszanski wrote:Apr 9, 2017
Chelsea Atkins wrote:Jan 26, 2016
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    Patty Jones Design, LLC

    Yes, this is real hardwood and it was sourced by the home owner and finished onsite. It's a character grade hickory.

tkbyvank wrote:Sep 14, 2015
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    Patty Jones Design, LLC

    Hi, you can't purchase it. It came from a reclaimed salvage yard near Salem, OR. You may be able to find something similar by looking around as similar places in your area. Good luck!

Becky Byers_Cross wrote:Dec 3, 2014
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    Patty Jones Design, LLC
    You can't really see it in this picture but the stone beneath the mantle is a full veneer stone and the stone above the mantle is a thin veneer stone (same product but different thicknesses). So there is a stone "ledge" that helps support the mantle and we also drilled and installed iron supports into the stone wall and the back of the mantle to hold in in place. I suggest you to speak to a mason about that process. If you are installing on an existing stone fireplace you could potentially add stone or wood corbels beneath the mantle for support. Your mason and/or contractor should be able to advise you on the best approach for your fireplace. Good luck..
mogolf wrote:Jun 13, 2014
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    Patty Jones Design, LLC
    The are decorative not functional. Part of the original railroad tie.
jfratesi wrote:Aug 16, 2013
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    Patty Jones Design, LLC
    It's Telluride Highlands full veneer. You can also get it in a thin veneer which works when weight issues are a concern.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

tammyp1001 added this to Living roomAug 5, 2019

The WOOD. And the candle sticks.

HU-265764079 added this to My ideasJul 12, 2019

Fireplace stone and mantle, windows, wood colour and beams

orchardhaven added this to Mark's LibraryFeb 24, 2019

larger bottom with mantle, offset to ceiling

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