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Family room - contemporary open concept light wood floor family room idea in Portland Maine with white walls

Earthship FarmsteadContemporary Family Room, Portland Maine

Family room - contemporary open concept light wood floor family room idea in Portland Maine with white walls —  Houzz
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pierregingras wrote:Dec 7, 2013
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    Kaplan Thompson Architects

    This is a single-level home and the fireplace is on the ground floor. If you’re asking about the type of flooring, it’s local white oak.

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    Oak & Broad

    The White Oak flooring looks like it has a clear water based poly too. An oil based would likely give it more of a golden tone.

Jessica Franquiz wrote:Sep 29, 2015
  • Francesca Fuller

    Hi looked up the "hover lights" and they pop up completely different, double check? Wondering as it looks like glass on the top and bottom. Thank you.

  • J H

    Me too. I would love to know who makes those lights. They are not the Hover light. Help!

Love stone homes wrote:Oct 20, 2016
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    Kaplan Thompson Architects

    Thank you for your question (and the compliment)! The room is roughly 45’ x 21’ but it is not a perfect rectangle. In this picture, the left wall is 45’ while the right one is closer to 40’. The far wall is 21’ and the one you can’t see (in the kitchen area) is roughly 26’.

  • Love stone homes

    Kaplan. Thank you for the quick reply. It's a nice space and it seems that it can easily accommodate large gatherings. And even more comfy chairs.

Jessica Franquiz wrote:Sep 26, 2015
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    Kaplan Thompson Architects

    Hi Jessica,

    Thanks for your question. The dining room table pendants are the River Rock series by Tech Lighting.



weirish wrote:Sep 20, 2014
northlands wrote:Jun 26, 2014
irooni wrote:Dec 5, 2013
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    Kaplan Thompson Architects
    It's white oak, sanded in place with a satin water-based polyurethane finish. We like to specify Vermont Natural Coatings PolyWhey and Bona Mega, they're both tough and without the toxicity of oil-based finishes.
Talarico Design wrote:Mar 9, 2015
    giselle106 wrote:Feb 1, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Mariana Pickering (Emu Building Science) added this to Insulation Basics: Designing for Temperature Extremes in Any SeasonSep 1, 2014

      The ultimate goal is to maintain a comfortable temperature at a reasonable cost, allowing your house to gain some immunity against sudden swings in the weather’s mood that would otherwise present you with unexpected energy bills. More: Insulation Basics: Heat, R-Value and the Building Envelope

      Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Houzz Tour: A Self-Sufficient Farmhouse With a Sheep-Pasture RoofMay 8, 2014

      The clients gravitated strongly toward natural, organic and creative finishes, Thompson notes. Glue-laminated beams in the open kitchen and living room areas provide rhythm to contrast the clay-based white paint by American Clay on the walls and ceiling. The freestanding stove is wood burning.Floors: white oak

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Sumeet Mak added this to Huff RdOct 13, 2018

      Open concept with a monopitch roof

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