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Living and EntryCraftsman Living Room, Seattle

John Wilbanks Photography

Arts and crafts living room library photo in Seattle with red walls —  Houzz
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This photo has 16 questions
donna_sabin wrote:Oct 17, 2013
  • needinganewkitchen
    I am also interested in the floor. Is it hardwood?
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    Board & Vellum

    the floors are Brazilian Cherry with a custom dark stain

marcietomboy wrote:Aug 8, 2015
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    Board & Vellum

    They're a pretty common piece that you can get at a lot of furniture stores. These were from Kasala, in Seattle

  • baker1620

    Who made the ladder?

karenking02 wrote:Sep 11, 2014
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    Board & Vellum
    the light was from Restoration Hardware
  • Barbie Baugh
    This is a home I would move right into. Spacious, yet not to large with plentu of natural light, great attention to detail, love the crown molding and accent colors on the other wall.
kristenmay wrote:Apr 3, 2014
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    Board & Vellum
    That color is techno gray by sherwin williams
  • laurarodde
    Can you tell me what window treatments you used in this room?
juliefaletra wrote:Jan 26, 2014
  • kfehn
    Yes, would love to know the color in the entry way. Thanks!
  • PRO
    Board & Vellum
    the color is Sherwin Williams Techno Gray SW6170
Jewel Lazaro wrote:May 31, 2015
xiejoan wrote:Jan 28, 2015
cidblase wrote:Oct 22, 2014
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    Board & Vellum
    The trim is Devine Icing and the ceiling should be the same
1dog1horse wrote:Oct 16, 2014
suzepoi wrote:Sep 27, 2014
  • PRO
    Board & Vellum
    It is a custom ladder by the Boiler Room in Seattle
rgreen04 wrote:May 8, 2014
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    Board & Vellum
    I would start with one color that you like and build upon that. Get samples of the colors you are working with (like with the furniture) and go from there. If you can't find something you're happy with, a professional should be able to help you select a color relatively easily and without a lot of fee.
Arlene Danyleyko wrote:Jan 26, 2014
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    Board & Vellum
    The artist is based in Portland, Oregon and unfortunately I don't recall her name.
Karen Weaver wrote:Jan 26, 2014
  • PRO
    Board & Vellum
    Thank you so much. The art is an original piece.
Karen Weaver wrote:Jan 26, 2014
  • PRO
    Board & Vellum
    the wall art is a custom piece
iwanderafar wrote:Jan 26, 2014
  • PRO
    Board & Vellum
    the floors are Brazilian Cherry with a custom dark stain
andree44 wrote:Jan 26, 2014
  • PRO
    Board & Vellum
    The tables are from Crate and Barrel

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Aim High: What to Know About Adding a Library LadderSep 9, 2014

If you’re considering the hook route, be sure to investigate the weight of the ladder you’re interested in and also take into consideration the height and if there are any obstructions, such as pendant light fixtures, that may interfere with moving the ladder to another piece of railing. The hook-style ladder shown here was custom made for Board and Vellum by Boiler Room Custom Metal in Seattle. Board and Vellum designer Jeffrey Pelletier notes that because the bottom portion of the ladder is wheeled, one adult can lift it quite easily. In fact, Pelletier says, this ladder is actually transferred between the living room and adjacent kitchen, where there is another section of railing. “It’s a fun feature in the house that people love to interact with,” he says. Pelletier says this completely bespoke ladder was $4,000, including two sections of railing. The weight of MWE’s hook ladders ranges from 30 to 70 pounds, depending on the tread selected, Peacock says. And while that’s fine for an average person to pick up, children and seniors may have a more difficult time. Unlike the Alaco and Putnam Rolling Ladder examples, MWE’s ladder designs do not have wheels on the bottom.

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Fred Albert added this to Houzz Tour: A Home Built for Lego PlayJan 17, 2014

The living room walls were painted Sherwin-Williams’ aptly named Fireworks. The home had no crown molding, so Pelletier added it throughout, and had the trim on the bookshelves custom milled to match the existing trim. The library ladder optimizes access to the shelving; it migrates between here and the kitchen as needed. Find an architect in the Houzz pro directory

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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HU-383748275 added this to Red WallsMay 26, 2019

Wall shade of red. SW....firework. 6867

leebialik
leebialik added this to York additionApr 2, 2019

I don't love the colors but I like the floor and how the built-ins are integrated

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