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Example of a classic dark wood floor family room design in DC Metro with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace and a wall-mounted tv

Family RoomTraditional Family Room, DC Metro

Photography by Jamie Sentz

Example of a classic dark wood floor family room design in DC Metro with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace and a wall-mounted tv —  Houzz
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maureencara wrote:May 3, 2012
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    Elizabeth Reich
    Hi Lori and Molly, I am sorry for the delay, I will ask and get a price for you both. Where are you located? As far as a more neutral palette, I would have to check to see what they have available. Thanks! Will get back to you. Can you email me at the website associated with this account? www. jenkinsbaer.com
  • Lea Malagon
    Looking to purchase 10 x14
ysnyc wrote:Apr 6, 2014
legacybda wrote:Jul 28, 2013
mcflyt2 wrote:Mar 1, 2013
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    Elizabeth Reich
    I'm sorry, the stone was done by the custom builder before I was hired for the job. Beautiful though!
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    Baltimore Design Group
    My clients appreciate my use of stone to focus attention upon a fireplace. Stone offers many colors, textures, sizes, and shapes, resulting in an interesting dimensional surface.
jengcooke wrote:Jul 19, 2012
  • jengcooke
    Thanks so much. Gorgeous!
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    Elizabeth Reich
    I forgot to answer you- it's linen. Thanks!
Gabriela Richardson wrote:Jan 3, 2013
  • Kris Broder
    Where can you find the rug for purchase?
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    Elizabeth Reich
    Hi, I found this at a local carpet showroom. Perhaps take this photo to a designer or your local carpet vendor. Thanks!
krisgal94 wrote:Sep 17, 2012
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    Elizabeth Reich
    This was done by the builder. You can talk with a good audio visual company to see about having them help you hide the wires. There is also a remote eye that can take the place of large equipment so that you can hide it in another location. Not sure what your condition is exactly, but you could try hiding some wiring in a mantle creatively. For example, if you had a large rustic looking wooden mantle attached to the stone, you could theoretically carve out some space for the wires to be hidden. Good luck!
  • Jonathan Graham
    I agree with Elizabeth about getting an av specialist to penetrate the stone and run a wire chase to remote location to house the dvd player, amplifier, etc. This is a must and typically not that difficult. Mounting the TV to the stone is another matter. A back plate (typically PVC or plywood) should be fastened into the stone. Then opening in the backplate should expose the wiring. Now the TV is mounted to the backplate and adjusted to be parallel to the stone.

    A casement that attaches to the backplate will conceal the wiring completely and make the TV look like a piece of purposeful furniture. The casement can be faux painted to match the stone or simply be an espresso stained walnut to blend into the room decor. It is worth the effort.

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decoratingideasforme wrote:Feb 5, 2013
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    Elizabeth Reich
    Thank you. This is from one of our to the trade vendors.
lfaulknerdesigns wrote:Jan 19, 2013
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    Elizabeth Reich
    Try taking this photo to a local carpet source. It's so unusual they would recognize it if they have it. Good luck.
stellerproject wrote:Jan 15, 2013
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    Elizabeth Reich
    It depends on the distance between the sofa and the TV. The further away it is, the less of an angle for viewing. Sometimes the mantle is just too high for comfortable viewing.
sandyjbarclay wrote:Jan 12, 2013
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    Elizabeth Reich
    Thank you. They have an electronic eye so the media equipment can be hidden, however they don't use a Wii in this room. They have all of that set up in the lower level.
cathy89128 wrote:Dec 3, 2012
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    Elizabeth Reich
    Hi, thanks. My client purchased it several years ago at a Bethesda, MD gallery.
R B wrote:Nov 12, 2012
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    Elizabeth Reich
    I'm sorry, I no longer have that information. Thanks.
jeslynn wrote:Oct 9, 2012
loritorbett wrote:Aug 6, 2012
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    Elizabeth Reich
    This is a rather expensive rug, a recent quote was around $5K. Thank you for your interest.
mspadafore wrote:Jul 11, 2012
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    Elizabeth Reich
    It's Ben Moore Abingdon Puttym HC -99
    Very soothing.
lori22715 wrote:Jul 8, 2012
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    Elizabeth Reich
    I didn't specify the stone, it was in place when I started on the job. If you like this look I'd suggest showing it to your stone mason and asking to see similar for your job.
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            Gabriela Richardson wrote:Jan 3, 2013

              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 12 Hot Ideas for Fireplace FacingDec 28, 2013

              Stone. There are many options of stone to choose from for a fireplace facing. I love to wander at stone yards looking at all the different varieties. Stones such as fieldstone come in many shapes, colors and textures.I suggest finding the best installer you can and work with him or her to select the best stone for your fireplace. Cost: Around $4,000 to $7,000 for stone and installation.

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