Historic Caretaker's WingFarmhouse Dining Room, Boston

A potting bench turned dining table--The walls are an earth plaster finish..Published in NH Home--Interiors and styling, Lisa Teague Designs

Farmhouse medium tone wood floor dining room photo in Boston with beige walls —  Houzz
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amberhoge wrote:Jul 15, 2014
  • kmgorsuch
    I would really like to do this to my standard red bricks. Can you give me more details to the mixture to use. Several layers? Thanks!
  • Nerdyk
    Do you have any before pictures.
allisonpark04 wrote:Mar 6, 2015
M Reid wrote:Jan 2, 2016
  • Marcie Hoch
    Hi Lisa,
    I'm about to use American Clay on my bathroom walls and am wondering about your application. Which type did you use? I'm looking at the Porcelina. But was interested in how you used no pigment, didn't realize that was an option.
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    Lisa Teague Design Studios

    Hi, I'm sorry--I'm just seeing this. This is a mix of Porcelina and Loma with no added pigment. You just mix the base as is...

Elizabeth Gaffney wrote:Mar 18, 2016
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    Lisa Teague Design Studios

    Hi Elizabeth, this wing was built in the late 1800's and the brick is original to that time frame. Cheers!

Gillian Rondinone wrote:May 28, 2014
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    Lisa Teague Design Studios
    Earth plaster runs about 8 to 10$ per square foot installed. The furnishings are pieces I've had for a long time, as is the art.
laevtt wrote:May 16, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Becky Harris added this to 12 Touches to Add Farmhouse Style to Your Dining RoomNov 25, 2014

    Chicken wire. In the blue wardrobe at the right in this space, the designer-resident replaced the wood door panels with chicken wire. By the way, her dining room table is a repurposed vintage potting bench. See the rest of this home

    Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Caretaking and Compact Living on a Historic EstateMay 14, 2014

    In the dining room, an old potting bench now serves as a charming table. Apothecary stools add an industrial touch. An antique dresser provides storage for linens and candles, and there’s more storage in the blue hutch. The hutch used to be a wardrobe; Teague took out the door panels, covered them with chicken wire, painted the whole thing blue and distressed it. The walls in here were quite damaged, so she used a beautiful earth plaster finish that added a rough texture. Plaster finish: American Clay

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    kinzi84 added this to kinzi84's ideasApr 15, 2019

    Contrast brick is it slightly whitewashed?

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