FALSE CREEK CONDOScandinavian Living Room, Vancouver


Example of a danish open concept light wood floor living room design in Vancouver with gray walls —  Houzz
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Natalie Fisher wrote:May 20, 2014
  • Natalie Fisher
    Thank you so much
  • redpoint
    Elsewhere it says this is Street Chic by BM
Gretchen Donnes wrote:April 24, 2014
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Meni Zoccoli wrote:September 8, 2014
  • Jaya Soni

    where is the couch from?

  • scientistmum

    Love your design! On the trend but more than just a show house :)!

Carl Morales wrote:August 25, 2014
mlosc wrote:July 15, 2014
  • ml_kate
    Any idea of the name of the paint colour behind the shelves?
  • tmcimino60

    Would love to know the paint color behind the shelves please

lauramw wrote:July 2, 2014
esevush wrote:April 23, 2014
  • Helena Rios
    me too! What is the color, please!
  • greylock29
    1st time on site but love these colors-what are they
Jill Shaller wrote:April 20, 2016
  • Rui Wu
    I think she said it's Benjamin Moore CSP-45 Street Chic at somewhere else.
  • Jill Shaller

    Thank you for finding that info for me.

kellyslobodian wrote:August 3, 2015
jdmorani79 wrote:January 4, 2015
  • Chase Wilson

    This room is amazing. Very bright and happy. I like how the round seats are contrasting a little bit to the rest of the grey and white room. I'd love to know how you organized all of this. Did you go to school for decoration, or do you just develop a feel for it? http://carafina.us/home-decor

  • C D

    What type of flooring is this in this room? It's beautiful.

Ross Carpentry wrote:October 9, 2014
  • ashleyreg
    The shelves are fixed at the sides.

    A good carpenter will make up a unit like this for you.
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    Decorative Glass Solutions

    Those shelves are fantastic!

Samat Kuljabaev wrote:July 8, 2014
  • Dawn McCoy
    Benjamin Moore cap-45 street chic
  • Linda Lonergan

    What is the name of the color on the walls??

airbus330 wrote:May 13, 2014
Cocoweb wrote:April 24, 2014
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    The Lamp Goods
    I agree. I could also see some wall sconces incorporated into the bookcases
  • Cojocaru Mihaela
    like the idea,the color so cozy.
mjlemay wrote:April 22, 2014
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    SHIFT Interiors
    Marble - Eighteen Karat and a custom base from Style Garage
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    Inspired Interiors Studio

    Love the side table! Great use of wood to bring in the perfect amount of warmth to the space. Where is it from?

Sara Hijazi wrote:April 24, 2016
pollydkramer wrote:January 21, 2016
  • esolis27
    What color is the paint
Mary Gengler wrote:October 28, 2015
kellyslobodian wrote:October 28, 2015
Tracie Melbostad wrote:September 7, 2015
  • Jeanie Do
    Can you please share the wall color?
victoriavf wrote:August 21, 2015
rjarosch1 wrote:May 23, 2015
  • Judi Gerstein
    I found the answer from the designer. The color is SW7016 Minful Gray. Hope that helps
cyc_7788 wrote:February 15, 2015
Nora Covington wrote:August 17, 2014
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    SHIFT Interiors
    top is from www.eigtheenkarat.com, bottom is custom www.stylegarage.com
kay13 wrote:August 14, 2014
tonia8215 wrote:July 8, 2014
  • Linda Lonergan

    What is the wall color in this photo???

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                                                                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                                                  Tailorly, Professional Home Organizing added this to How to Style Your Home for an Open HouseOctober 16, 2017

                                                                  If possible, remove the television so there is less visual distraction in the room. Large artwork may give the room a more formal touch, whereas clusters of smaller frames, as shown here, will feel more casual. If you don’t already have some nice pieces, I recommend purchasing some of the affordable options available at discount stores or online. Plants can also help make a room feel fresh and welcoming — tall plants can bridge the space in rooms that have high ceilings, while smaller plants can enliven a coffee table.

                                                                  Toronto Interior Design Group added this to 11 Smart Decorating Ideas for Wall NichesAugust 27, 2015

                                                                  The horizontal lines of shelves can also visually correct awkwardly uneven walls (narrow or wide). Meanwhile, painting the backdrop elevates the niche to an architectural feature instead of a problem.See 8 ideas for floating shelvesPaint by Benjamin Moore: Street Chic CSP-45 (backdrop); Balboa Mist 1549 (walls)

                                                                  Laura Gaskill added this to To-Dos: Your July Home ChecklistJune 5, 2014

                                                                  Declutter and host a yard sale. Lighten up this summer by spending a day clearing unwanted and unneeded items out of the house. Host a yard sale and use the cash to treat yourself to a fun, summery experience (like a day at the fair or lobster rolls at a favorite clam shack) rather than more stuff to clutter up your home.4 Obstacles to Decluttering — and How to Beat Them

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