Drew McGukin Interiors - Chelsea ApartmentContemporary Dining Room, New York

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Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary dark wood floor and brown floor kitchen/dining room combo remodel in New York with white walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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henrysson wrote:Jun 17, 2012
mccormickbetsy wrote:May 26, 2014
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    Drew McGukin Interiors @drewmcgukin
    I would suggest pulling a few shades of white and holding them up to your paint color - you'll know immediately which one is best. Thanks for props! Good luck on your project.
  • greigimaging
    Thank you
houston50 wrote:Nov 15, 2013
amybates wrote:Aug 26, 2013
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    Drew McGukin Interiors @drewmcgukin
    These are solar shades.
    Any shade company should have a similar product. Comes with varying degrees of openness. I purchased these through Manhattan Shade & Glass. Glad you like - DMc
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    Manhattan Shade & Glass Co., Inc.
    Another great feature about these solar shades is that they are motorized. Operated by remote control, this allows the homeowner to raise and lower the shades effortlessly.
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cdmackey wrote:Aug 11, 2013

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Laura Gaskill added this to Condo, Co-op, Townhouse, TIC — What's the Difference?Aug 2, 2013

CondoWhat you own: Condo owners do not own the land or the exterior of the building, only the inside of the unit itself. Because only the interior of the unit is owned, you could potentially share walls with neighbors above, below and on both sides — although there are also freestanding condos. Any stairways, entries, gardens and common areas outside your unit are owned collectively by all unit owners.

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: World-Class View in Manhattan CondoMay 25, 2012

The location of the dining room allows it to share lighting with the kitchen and the living areas. The chandelier, floor lamps, kitchen task lighting and large windows create layers of light. Task lights, low lights and sculptural lights were added in key places.

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theemilyc added this to Wall & Shades Color CombosAug 18, 2018

multiple consecutive panels on floor-to-ceiling windows | dark floors, light shades

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M G added this to Window TreatmentsJul 30, 2018

Like these for windows we don't really need full coverage but need some protection from mid-day sun.

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