DUMICAN MOSEY Architects - Fillmore StreetContemporary Staircase, San Francisco

Photo: Jasmine Law

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Seattle Home Enhancement wrote:Jan 8, 2014
  • silvia12
    I would like to know about the fixture also.
  • wkelly
    Still looking for this pendant!
dmwake wrote:Apr 3, 2012
  • clairefitz
    www.color-swatches.com is useful to help convert paints to a similar colour in a different brand
  • jacqueline44
    Benjamin Moore Rockport Gray HC-105 is identical to C2 Alloy. I was looking at using BM Rockport Gray for the outside of a house when I started looking at the C2 collection and was drawn to Alloy. After comparing the two colors I realized they were the same color. I can't see a difference.
decoraholic wrote:Sep 8, 2011
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    Nan Walz Interiors
    I think the look is crisp and clean and would look great in a living room
  • Elaine Neumann
    I think it looks great and especially with these colors, but lots of others could work fine.
jcarian wrote:Jun 4, 2010
  • Annie Thornton
    No problem! There are so many photos that are already tagged with products and paint colors on this site, but the tags sometimes can easily hide.
  • Ilyse Klein

    Do you know the dimensions of the wall and approximately what heights the pictures are at?



































Wendy Paley wrote:Aug 20, 2011
  • jeanniejeg
    Check out Behr Elephant Skin. Have 15 different gray sample boards painted and they all go greenish, tan or purple. Elephant Skin is best so far in our lighting. Sorry the pic is awful, but hopefully gives you an idea....
  • Pat
    Benjamin Moore Color HC169 Coventry Gray . I have it in my living room with white chair rail and white underneath with molding...I love this gray!!
mbwhite618 wrote:Apr 8, 2011
  • Kerry
    I too am still looking for info on this light
  • Elaine Stone
    Me too! Great entry lights are difficult to come by!
mmf27 wrote:Oct 2, 2011
  • mmf27
    Hi Sheila - Thanks for the quick response! I actually took newspaper & traced the frames out and have them hanging on the wall. Would you mind taking a peek at it? I'd like someone else's input. I think I like it, but once it is up I do not want to have to paint again if I change my mind so I'm trying to do my homework!!!
  • PRO
    essentials inside
    mmf27 - do you have an "after picture" of your gallery? Would love to see.

    Lyvonne
    www.essentialsinside.com
irishcolleen wrote:Feb 7, 2011
  • Sheila Schmitz
    Your architect or contractor could specify something like this for you. :)
  • steelguy
    If you are looking for someone to make a rail like this, or any other design using steel call George Stevenson 832-276-2807
bdonatelli wrote:Jan 19, 2011
  • Polina Volkonskaya
    I am pretty sure the treads are the same wood floor as both upstairs and down stairs. Otherwise, esthetically, it would not look right!
  • Sarah W
    What color stain did you use on the banister railings?
lth093 wrote:Dec 1, 2010
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    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
    For a gray hue try Sherwin Williams' Gray Clouds, SW7658. To pick up the warmer tones, try Pavilion Beige, SW7512.
  • Sheila Schmitz
    Dumican Mosey Architects has shared with us that the paint color is Alloy from C2 brand paints.
gretamae wrote:Sep 8, 2010
  • bena
    Really don't know, but looks like smoke embers or titanium, both by benjamin Moore
  • Annie Thornton
    This color is:
    Alloy
    by C2 Paints
ashlielamarche wrote:Aug 8, 2012
  • djmouse
    Also, please specify the color of the frames.

    Are these frames from IKEA by any chance?
mxll06 wrote:Dec 16, 2010
  • Adi Tatarko
    Dumican Mosey Architects informed one of our community members (chico) that the paint color is: C2 Brand Paints in Alloy.
jcarian wrote:Jun 4, 2010
  • chico
    Dumican Mosey Architects informed me that the paint color is: C2 Brand Paints in Alloy.
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          Sarah W wrote:Jul 22, 2013

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            mitchell_parker
            Mitchell Parker added this to 25 Great Home Projects and What They CostFeb 2, 2015

            4. Design a Family Photo WallIt seems simple enough: Put some photos in some frames and hang them on a wall. But getting a good-looking gallery wall takes a bit more planning and preparation. Here’s a look at the basic steps, some smart tricks and advice on whether hiring someone to help would be right for you.Cost: A DIY installation can cost $300. A larger installation involving reprinting photos and having them professionally framed and hung could cost as much as $3,000 or more. See the full project

            becky
            Becky Harris added this to Everyday Shrines for a Happier HomeJan 8, 2014

            Family. Rubin began with a shrine to her family. This included getting around to framing that group of photos that was stacking up, rearranging existing photos and putting family photos into more prominent positions. She also created holiday galleries that are pulled out once a year. For example, she put out photos of her daughters in their costumes over the years at Halloween and framed family Valentine’s cards during February. (Her family sends valentines in lieu of holiday cards, because that time of year is too busy — that sounds like one less stress during the holidays, an idea that would make me happier. How about you?) How to Design a Family Photo Wall

            maryjobowling
            Mary Jo Bowling added this to How to Design a Family Photo WallDec 23, 2013

            Project: Create a family photo wall.Why: Crookedly hanging a haphazard collection of random family photos is akin to spreading the contents of your junk drawer across the wall. A little thought can make a photo wall a work of art.Who to hire: Although it’s a project that could lend itself to a DIY weekend, you can get a polished look with the help of an interior designer or a professional art hanger. If you want to resize, reprint or change the color of a large number of photographs, a photography lab can make quick work of it. You might also consider using the services of a professional framer.Work with an interior designer to get the look you want

            raenovate
            Rachel Grace added this to 50 Shades of GrayJun 22, 2012

            C2 may be the only paint company in the country that makes color chips with actual paint. Get yourself a sample of the Alloy C458 shown here.

            lolalina
            Laura Gaskill added this to Easy Green: 5 Ecofriendly Paint CompaniesMar 19, 2012

            4. C2 Paint is one of my favorite independent paint companies. It uses artist-grade pigments to create colors that are superrich. And with names like Artichoke Heart, Voodoo and Slinky, they can install the urge to come up with a whole new scheme for your space. In addition to the regular line is low-VOC paint available in all the C2 colors.When we bought our house, the kitchen was painted a shockingly bright persimmon orange, which I thought would be a nightmare to cover. Lo and behold, a single coat of C2's puddinglike paint in Quahog (a warm gray) and all traces of the old color were gone.Cost: $54.99 per gallon

            erinlangnorris
            Erin Lang Norris added this to Keep Calm and Carry On: Going Beyond the PosterAug 18, 2011

            Repetition. A photo-covered hallway doesn't feel cluttered or chaotic, thanks to black-and-white photographs and frames of the same color. The lack of symmetry on the wall keeps this long hallway from feeling too rigid, which would most likely be the case if the frames were displayed in a grid.

            johnhill
            John Hill added this to Beautiful Stairs: Safety Meets StyleJul 19, 2011

            Of course, guardrails don't have to be completely solid or transparent. This stair and hallway feature a partial-height wall capped by a steel-bar picket railing with a continuous wood handrail on top. This design minimizes the extent of the steel railings, giving the guardrail a little more weight, keeping in line with the rest of the house.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            daljeetsingh_azad
            Daljeet Singh Azad added this to daljeetsingh_azad's ideasOct 3, 2019

            Yes...the idea abkout same colour frame pf photos

            5godwins
            Romy Godwin added this to LakehouseSep 26, 2019

            Huh!!! 1x4’s with 2x4&1x4 top railing

            poonamlalvani
            poonamlalvani added this to poonamlalvani's ideasSep 3, 2019

            I like the positioning of the pictires

            janemhay
            janemhay added this to Aurora LivingSep 1, 2019

            Quarter wall plus low railing on top

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