Farmhouse ReinterpretedFarmhouse Hall, Burlington

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This photo has 19 questions
kathyapy wrote:Sep 3, 2011
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    I don't have the information at hand, but it would be worth pursuing the suggestions posted before.
  • scarbowcow
    I think I found that rug on e-bay. Try searching for this: Dalyn ES12 Brown Squares Blocks Modern 2x5 Runner Area Rug - Approx 22" x 60"
lizburke1776 wrote:Nov 28, 2012
  • Sherry Ballard
    Is that a pet door or ventilation vent in the door?
  • cunion43
    What is the blue/grey color paint in the background?
troyrowe wrote:Dec 17, 2013
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    This is all flat casing with 5 1/2" head casing and 4 1/4" side casing. The head is typically biscuit jointed to the side casings, glued and screwed to help control any seasonal movement.
  • dkotov

    How thick is the baseboard and the casing?

linwhite wrote:May 22, 2013
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    From this doorway to the end wall is 27 feet. You might take a clue from this photo, where we have defined the transition between rooms, at door thresholds, by alternating the wood direction the width of the jamb. I don't know if your laminate has a pattern which would allow this, but if it does, use it to play up the transition. Good luck with your project!
  • linwhite
    Thank you for your helpful response! I do notice the change in direction now.
hud62 wrote:Nov 25, 2011
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    These are flush 4 1/2" side and 5 1/2" head casings -- flush with the baseboard too (7/14"). They are from 1x poplar which is 3/4" thick.
    Hope that helps.
  • hud62
    Thank you so much!!
dangerkitten wrote:Jul 3, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Similar colors to try (near to far) are Sassy Green 6416, Blonde 6128 and Online 7072, and the trim looks like Extra White 7006, all by Sherwin-Williams.
  • jpedicano
    you have no idea
redesign814 wrote:Jul 17, 2016
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    So, this image has lots of colors layering up and the light is tricky enough that you aren't getting the subtle differences coming through very well. That being said, the walls in the foreground here are #1495 October Mist from Benjamin Moore paints in an aqua velvet finish. The peaked ceiling is #1516 Moon Shadow also from Benjamin Moore paints in an wall satin finish.

B L wrote:Jan 17, 2015
tdarn wrote:Nov 23, 2014
  • scarbowcow
    I think I found that rug on e-bay. Try searching for this: Dalyn ES12 Brown Squares Blocks Modern 2x5 Runner Area Rug - Approx 22" x 60"
Jill Johnson wrote:Mar 28, 2014
Suman Gupta wrote:Aug 29, 2013
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    We try to use a satin impervo or similar finish on trim and cabinets which makes it easier to keep clean. Walls usually get an aqua velvet or latex eggshell finish, while ceilings tend to get a wall satin or latex accolade flat finish. Hope this helps, but different manufacturers have different names.
Madelyn Evans wrote:Feb 27, 2013
rdsjohnson wrote:Nov 19, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    This baseboard trim is from a 1 x 8 poplar and finishes out to 7 1/4" tall.
    Hope that helps!
bethod wrote:Oct 1, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    There isn't any timber showing in this image. the beams in the hallway are wrapped in gypsum wall board and painted. The bookcase on the right side of the hallway does have a head casing which is on the wall/beam, but it doesn't go up to the break in the ceiling so the top of it is flat.
    Hope that helps!
coberto1 wrote:Jun 10, 2012
mpwilkinson wrote:Feb 21, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    Typically our builders like to butt the joints for window and door casings, but they do use a biscuit to help keep the joint stable. I wouldn't call the edges sharp, perhaps eased ever so slightly with sandpaper. The three coats of paint often provide ample easing.
    Hope that helps.
katiebee4 wrote:Feb 12, 2012
  • Susan Lichty
    I'm putting 11.5 inch reclaimed white oak in my house and these look identical. So that's my guess, white oak in natural.
Grace Decors wrote:Jun 12, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Similar colors to try (near to far) are Sassy Green 6416, Blonde 6128 and Online 7072, all by Sherwin-Williams.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lfrederick
Lisa Frederick added this to Busted! Get the Facts for 8 Common Color MythsFeb 12, 2013

The myth: Every room must be painted the same color to feel of a piece.The truth: "Rather than all the same color, I prefer layer varying shades of a color room to room," Williams says. "Rooms can all be tied together with a common trim paint, but varying the shade ever so slightly can help with the flow of the house. This is easy to do right on a color wheel or by creating custom colors at the paint store."More: Color guides for every roomHow to live happily ever after with a colorphobe

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Unify Your Home in 8 Simple Design AreasJan 6, 2013

This home is filled with a rich and interesting array of shades of green, from neutral almost-beige to pea soup. In this view down the hall, the subtle variations in color lead the eye pleasantly into the next rooms.

bud_dietrich
Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to 18 Winners from the Architect's ToolboxApr 26, 2012

Considered hallways. So many hallways are treated as afterthoughts during the design process. Rather than being considered spaces that can enrich our daily experiences, these hallways make us feel like the proverbial mouse scurrying to and fro. This doesn't have to be the case, as these glorious hallways attest.

bud_dietrich
Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Architect's Toolbox: Hallways that ShineSep 26, 2011

1. Let the ceiling lead the way. Changing the shape of the ceiling can certainly make a big difference, especially as it emphasizes the linear quality of the space.

sheilaschmitz
Sheila Schmitz added this to Design at the End of the HallMar 20, 2011

Wide trim and complementary near-neutral walls create the effect of nesting dolls leading to a secret prize.

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maribeth_puryear
Maribeth Puryear added this to Maribeth's ideasMar 17, 2019

like the color paint and the rug, amount of light is similar to our hall

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