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Lake Front Country EstateTraditional Living Room

Lake Front Country Estate Living Room, designed by Tom Markalunas, built by Resort Custom Homes. Photography by Rachael Boling.

Inspiration for a timeless formal and open concept medium tone wood floor living room remodel in Other with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace and a wall-mounted tv —  Houzz
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emilywilson508 wrote:Jun 29, 2014
  • cherylannburnett

    Would love to know the width between the planks on the walls and fireplace?

  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The ship-lap paneling is 1 x 8 so the overall width of each plank is 7 1/4"

cindydifeo wrote:Nov 17, 2015
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    Spacing is usually dictated by the layout/geometry of the space and also the lighting layout...so consider what you are doing with furniture as well...furniture will usually dictate lighting. As for beam size 8" depth should be fine on a 10' ceiling.

  • bellinghambythebay

    Thank you very much for taking the time to respond! Great advice!

niki29732 wrote:Jul 12, 2014
  • mportaro
    You don't know the stain color by chance do you? We are building and are putting in white oak as well. These are gorgeous!
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group
    Not sure as to the name of the stain color as it was a custom color by Burchette and Burchette.
indygirl98 wrote:May 4, 2017
  • indygirl98
    Thank you so much! That info helps me out so much! I really appreciate it!!
  • jetmissions

    We need to add a carport/garage to our home. Are the plans available for just the carport/garage for this Palmetto Bluff home in Bluffton and what would be the price - it would fit our home very nicely in Virginia.

lis854 wrote:Feb 16, 2015
tillitea wrote:Sep 7, 2018
indygirl98 wrote:Jul 6, 2017
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    With 19' width, I would center the fireplace and allow 6' for that element. This will give you 78" (6.5') on each side of the fireplace. If you use a 5' door on each side, you should have 9" on either side of the door.

  • indygirl98
    Thank you so much! Would you do a 36" or 42" insert with your recommended dimensions? I can't thank you enough for your help!
jemgirlca wrote:May 20, 2016
lakehaven wrote:Jul 14, 2014
Maureen & Jon Spencer wrote:Feb 4, 2019
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The light fixtures were provided by the interior designer, Linda McDougald at Postcard From Paris, so I am not sure who the manufacturer is.

lawsyes wrote:Sep 8, 2018
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    Our notes for this house show "Canvas Tan" SW7531 for the trim/doors/windows and then "Canvas Tan" 25% diluted with 75% mineral spirits for paneling.

kackerman123 wrote:May 17, 2018
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The stone was a local stone called "Hooper's Creek" and I believe it is a type of granite. The hearth is Pennsylvania Bluestone.

Terri Chaucer wrote:Apr 17, 2018
onecent3685 wrote:Jan 1, 2018
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    That fireplace is an Isokern 48"...I would estimate that the actual opening is 46" in width.

cmgeorgia wrote:Sep 18, 2017
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The double doors are 6' wide x 8' tall (each door is 3' x 8'). The transoms above are 2' tall, so total is 6' x 10'

lauraholl wrote:Jun 29, 2017
Sharon Vasquez wrote:Mar 25, 2017
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The ship lap is 1x8 poplar, the finish is paint, diluted with mineral spirits. The more mineral spirits that you add, the more the grain of the wood will show through. I think that this was 50% mineral spirits and 50% paint.

suzmcwhorter1 wrote:Mar 2, 2017
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    Trim and door color is SW7531 "Canvas Tan" satin, mantle is custom stain to blend with floor by Burchette and Burchette, ceiling is SW7531 "Canvas Tan" flat.

Ryan Urban wrote:Dec 3, 2016
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The beams are reclaimed material, I think that they are white oak. The beams were cleaned with a light wire brushing and left natural.

mleo2335 wrote:Sep 7, 2016
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    This room is approximately 21.5' x 23', plus 2' for the bay window pictured. Each door is 6' wide and the fireplace is about 7.5' in width - measured to outside face of stone. Hope that helps.

iluvpets wrote:Jul 26, 2016
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The beams were "reclaimed" material so I believe the they were cleaned (light wire brushing) and cleared with a matte-clear sealer. So the color is essentially the natural color.

fitzju wrote:Jul 12, 2016
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The stone is a natural stone, a form of granite known locally as Hooper's Creek. I believe that it is quarried in western North Carolina.

lacrxmom wrote:May 29, 2016
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The mantle was made of the same, French Oak, that the floors were made from. The flooring supplier (Burchette and Burchette) built the mantle...probably by assembling multiple pieces of wood. All the paneling in the room is poplar painted with paint diluted with mineral spirits.

Gina Giaccone wrote:May 28, 2016
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The interior of the firebox is fire-brick installed in a "herringbone" pattern. The actual fire box is an "isokern" concrete insert.

rmgonzalezp wrote:May 3, 2016
jpandrews1 wrote:Apr 20, 2016
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    I think that we used 25% SW Canvas Tan 7531 (diluted with 75% mineral spirits). Best to test it on the wood first.

userloginabc wrote:Apr 16, 2016
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The mantle was supplied by the company that did the wood flooring - Burchette and Burchette. I believe the the wood is french oak, and was stained to match the wood floor.

Ann Wang wrote:Feb 24, 2016
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    Markalunas Architecture Group

    The wall paneling is Poplar and was painted using paint diluted with mineral spirits...this gives it a white-wash look.

Sonia Dismukes wrote:Jan 11, 2016
ktkt317 wrote:Jan 6, 2016
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group

    I think that this was a 46" wide Isokern firebox...so with the fire brick it probably finishes out to about 42" wide at the opening. The overall width of the fireplace is about 7'-6" to outside face of stone.

Nancy Albers wrote:Dec 20, 2015
gret1 wrote:Apr 20, 2015
gardengirlpbo5505 wrote:Jan 22, 2015
mollyannernsterlush wrote:Dec 7, 2014
Watermark Design Group wrote:Nov 19, 2014
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group
    Burchette and Burchette made this mantle to match the French oak floor that they also provided for the project, based on concept sketch. I would imagine an experienced trim carpenter could make a similar piece.
mportaro wrote:Nov 5, 2014
  • PRO
    Markalunas Architecture Group
    The mantle was actually provided by Burchette and Burchette and was stained to match the floor so I do not have a stain color name for that. The stone is known locally as Hoopers' Creek and is a type of granite.
spage10 wrote:Aug 28, 2014
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    Markalunas Architecture Group
    We left a small recessed area behind the TV for the connections from the TV to Satellite, power and CATV wiring. With this design we were able to mount the cable/satellite receiver on the back of the TV and then use a small infrared receiver for the remote control mounted on the edge of the TV. All other equipment is located remotely under a nearby stairway.
Maureen & Jon Spencer wrote:Feb 4, 2019

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    wendyb54
    Wendy Booker added this to Final Ideas For Gary and Wendy3 hours ago

    Possible livingroom ceiling wouldmlike beadboard inbetween the beams

    marlee91
    Marsbar added this to Basement3 days ago

    color scheme with wood and white/grey

    dkconnor
    dkconnor added this to family room4 days ago

    Instead of a sectional...two couches and two chairs???

    kdhampton65
    Kim Hampton added this to Ideas for Bill6 days ago

    like this style of doors and windows

    nancydaul1
    nancydaul1 added this to nancydaul1's ideas6 days ago

    wood mantel, stone around and windows

    terri_mcsweeney
    Terri McSweeney added this to WL Great Room & Rear of House7 days ago

    I like the light wood - rustic but more modern

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