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Formal Dining & Butler's PantryFarmhouse Dining Room, New Orleans

Formal Dining with Butler's Pantry that connects this space to the Kitchen beyond.

Example of a mid-sized farmhouse dark wood floor enclosed dining room design in New Orleans with white walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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Angela Dore wrote:Jan 2, 2016
  • andy8574

    Which house plan is this? Is this The Laura?

  • Angela Dore


amackjr wrote:Feb 28, 2013
  • cassie313
    Did anyone ever respond to what type of wood is on this ceiling?? It is gorgeous.
  • donnatripp1
    Does anyone know what type of wood is on the ceiling?? I need to do my ceiling now, would love this!!!!!
roseyoscar wrote:May 15, 2012
  • roseyoscar
    Thanks so much!
  • andrew1518
    Hi, is the color by BM a softer white than BM Dove White? What finish/texture did you use for the walls (egg shell, smooth, etc.)?
carolelizabeth wrote:Apr 12, 2013
  • ivanka27
    Chairs and the table are from restoration hardware. Good luck!
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    Koch Construction
    What species of wood is on the ceiling? Thank you, Jeff Koch
debbiedew100 wrote:Dec 6, 2012
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    Passion of Persia
    This was a custom piece. We have our own looms to make this rug. The cost is comparable to existing rugs. www.passionofpersia.com
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    RugKnots | Area Rugs
    This is not a Rugknots rug but if you are in the market for an affordable, hand-knotted, custom oriental rug feel free to check us out here on Houzz, we are also on Pinterest, and Facebook and our website is Rugknots.com. We have a wonderful FREE web app that you can use to see what a rug will look like in your room before you order.
tinamayeux wrote:Oct 22, 2012
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    Oak & Broad
    Its wide plank and long length... and dark enough to be walnut. I cant see the grain very well to know for sure. joel@eutree.com
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      Rebecca Hunt wrote:Jul 21, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Laura Gaskill added this to 17 Ways to Brighten a Holiday Home, Scandinavian StyleNov 23, 2012

        Plant paperwhites. Any sort of blooming flowers are most welcome in winter, and the delicate white blooms of paperwhites look especially fitting alongside natural holiday decor. Cluster pots full of the blooming bulbs in the center of the dining table or along a buffet or entry table. Just be aware that paperwhites have a strong fragrance once in full bloom, so if you are sensitive to flower fragrances, you might want to choose a different plant.

        Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to Tasteful Ideas for Traditional Dining Room FloorsAug 16, 2012

        A bold-colored patterned rug can help define a space, give it pizzazz and create a vivid color scheme. When putting a rug with brighter colors near a light source, rotate the rug every six months or so. Persian and Oriental rugs only look better as they become timeworn and faded, but rotating them keeps the colors even.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Sharon Gustavson added this to Wood CeilingsMay 21, 2019

        Would something this light work?

        Lannie Slabaugh added this to Lannie & Mark's PlaybookApr 25, 2019

        I wonder how much a wood ceiling like this would cost compared to drywall with a few decorative beams?

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