Edwina Drummond InteriorsVictorian Family Room, Boston

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Inspiration for a large victorian enclosed medium tone wood floor and brown floor family room remodel in Boston with beige walls, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace —  Houzz
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akodat wrote:Jul 6, 2011
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    How can I find the painter who does this work?
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    Edwina Drummond Interiors

    Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately the painter who did this project is no longer in the profession. Susan Harter in Boston might be able to help you with this. The person who did these walls was her partner at one time.

Kat wrote:Aug 17, 2017
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    Edwina Drummond Interiors

    Thank you for asking. I have no idea how high the window are at this point in time.

kerrymitchener wrote:Oct 31, 2013
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    Edwina Drummond Interiors
    Thank you for asking. It is a custom, Multi layered process that was applied by a professional decorative painter.
Mona Kirkland wrote:Sep 2, 2013
Karenza Jewell Interiors wrote:Jul 14, 2013
laragonez wrote:Jul 9, 2013
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    Edwina Drummond Interiors
    I am sorry, but you really have not given me much information, such as the color of the leather, the other items in the room, the type of room and what you will be doing in the room. What is the floor? Windows? All of this information is important to your final outcome. Thanks for asking.
Kathy Cantrell wrote:Apr 10, 2013
hkadan wrote:Oct 24, 2012
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    Edwina Drummond Interiors
    This is a "to the trade" purchase. I bought it for a client thought the Boston Design Center.
alexon wrote:Oct 23, 2012
sheidt wrote:Apr 30, 2012
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    Edwina Drummond Interiors
    The draperies were custom made by my workroom. The fabric and trim are Scalamandre. The chair was also custom done through my design firm. Thank you for the compliment

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Elements of Style added this to Tassels Tie a Refined Window Look TogetherJan 14, 2013

The first tassel was documented thousands of years ago as a weaving knot used to tie off garments and rugs. The embellishment then developed through the work of artisans in ancient Rome, Persia and Greece.In Roman times, tassels on the clergy's garments distinguished their status within the church hierarchy. Basket carriers during religious processions, called cannofori, were the only ones allowed to wear tassels.

Shane D. Inman added this to Pick the Right Drapery Top for Your Room's StyleOct 11, 2012

Smocked. This blouse-like and feminine drapery heading is detailwork at its best. Created by fastening pleats into an elaborate lattice pattern, this style is not for the faint of heart. Tip: This heading is great to use when your interior space lacks architectural details.Hire a window treatment professional

Shawn Gauthier added this to Use Draperies to Warm Up Your Rooms for WinterOct 7, 2011

If drapes and shades are too much, consider adding a valance. Not to sound like a broken record, but more texture equals more warmth!

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Kathy Knack Interior Designs Inc added this to Mandarin ProjectFeb 22, 2019

smocked header for master bedroom

desireekw added this to Family RoomOct 1, 2018

Not necessarily a fan of these colors but like the feel. Maybe a little fussy

Anna Paster added this to Anna's ideasAug 22, 2018

love the pleats sewn into the smocked border.

abocha added this to Family RoomAug 9, 2018

Maybe add curtain on outside of bay window

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