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Inspiration for a huge eclectic travertine floor kitchen/dining room combo remodel in Phoenix with no fireplace and beige walls

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Inspiration for a huge eclectic travertine floor kitchen/dining room combo remodel in Phoenix with no fireplace and beige walls —  Houzz
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gograndview wrote:Dec 1, 2012
  • pharmgirl
    Can you please tell me the manufacturer of the table and chairs and where I could purchase them?
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC

    Table and chairs can be purchased through Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC - Contact our office if interested 602-867-2244

astridgottfried wrote:Nov 18, 2011
  • Gary Porter
    I love the flower-like shape of the chairs and the way they echo the shape of the birds of paradise and the artwork. They give the room a sense of movement, which is hard to achieve in most dining rooms. Fabulous.
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gisellebirch wrote:Oct 14, 2013
debgluck wrote:Apr 8, 2016
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC

    Hi Debbie,

    I would definitely suggest using this color in your bedroom. I have used it successfully in bedrooms myself.

    Using a single color for walls and ceilings expands the spatial perception of a room. Painting walls, ceilings, doors, trim, built-ins and closet doors in the same color creates what I call: the "canvas" background effect. That way, your eyes will be drawn to furnishings and fabrics instead of the cutouts and openings in the space. Another quick trick is to keep the color contrast between walls and ceilings to a minimum; that will make people less aware of generally lower heights.

    Best luck with your project!

    Ernesto Garcia, ASID

    Professional Member of the Arizona North Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers

  • debgluck

    Thanks so much for your detailed response. I'm considering the "canvas" effect for this project, however, I haven't determined the right white to pull it off. I wanted something warm that doesn't read yellow, yet has enough depth to feel like a color. Considering Benjamin Moore feather down for walls, doors and trim and Sherwin Williams creamy for the ceiling.

    I greatly appreciate any feedback from a professional like yourself!

    Thank you,

    Debbie




Ritaemilia wrote:Aug 3, 2014
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
    Dunn-Edwards Paints

    DE6150 Gourmet Honey (wall)

    DE6149 Cream Washed (ceiling)

    DE6148 Antique Linen (trim)

    Rita Emilia,

    There's only one window in this room, the colors are more ivory than yellow.
    People love to lunch and dine in this room.
    Don't be afraid to use them, they look exquisite (and what an appropriate term for a Dining Room that is!).

    Best of luck with your room.

    Ernesto Garcia, ASID
  • Ritaemilia
    Thank you so much for your thoughtful reply. Sorry this thank you is late. Did not have a computer for a while. Thanks again.
mdbsktcase wrote:May 24, 2013
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
    hello mdbasketcase

    I bought these columns in pieces (look closely) at an antique store in Chelsea, London. They came from an old dilapidated XIX century estate. However, I have an idea for your flat pillars:
    You can apply embossed wood or plaster panels or apply decorative molding ( the sort used in finish carpentry). A couple of tips:

    1) Pay much attention to the scale of anything you apply within the border of your pillars - You want to stay on the side of "small repeat"
    2) Once you are done you have the option to paint them in the same color as their background and let the natural shadows of their profiles "do the uderstated talking" or you can enhance them with some metallic finish for a more "dramatic" appearance.

    Good luck with your project! And...As I always say: "Be courageous".

    Ernesto Garcia, ASID
    Phoenix - Los Angeles
  • Josie Thompson
    Cool columns
Michelle Patricia wrote:Jul 22, 2012
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
    The table is by James Jenning furniture. Thank you for appreciating my work, and please vote for us for Best of Houzz 2013.
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
    Dear Michelle,
    This company used to be carried by a few showrooms throughout the country, however I haven't seen it represented anywhere for a few years. This is a shame because their pieces were exquisitely designed and very well constructed.
Angie wrote:Jan 19, 2012
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
    I seriously doubt that anybody would be able to come up with any respectable "knock-off" for that chair - A came from an exclusive design source and can be purchased through Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLL - 602-867-2244
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    S. Reed Design, LLC
    These chairs are made by Studio Workshops; a division of Therien and Co.
akm333 wrote:Jul 22, 2014
lindaleepennington wrote:Nov 14, 2013
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
    Hello Linda,

    You can purchase that chair from Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC - We ship everywhere in the USA - You can also consult with me on fabric types and colors as well as finish - For more information you can contact our office at 602-867-2244

    Ernesto Garcia, ASID
    Phoenix - Los Angeles
susanfarcy wrote:Mar 19, 2013
rmguyant wrote:Oct 25, 2012
smileysharon wrote:May 2, 2012
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    Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
    I designed it myself. If you look closely at my work most of my room have unique rugs, I've designed all of them. I rarely find the rugs I want for a room, hence I have to design them myself. This one is wool and silk.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

jess_mcbride
Jess McBride added this to Great Ways to Dress Up Those Necessary ColumnsMay 16, 2016

11. Carved stone. Alternately, you could make like the Greeks and Romans and elect to carve reliefs into your sturdy stone columns for a bit of old-world romance. To keep the columns looking fresh rather than gaudy, minimize the level of decoration elsewhere in the room.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

cheryloleary2
cheryloleary2 added this to Dining roomJan 23, 2019

Bird of paradise flowers are great.

camerok
camerok added this to first floor roomsDec 26, 2018

Chairs for dining room - nice lines

70x50
70x50 added this to Dining RoomNov 27, 2018

Light, how did they do the columns?

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