Living RoomContemporary Living Room, San Francisco

Living room - mid-sized contemporary medium tone wood floor living room idea in San Francisco with a standard fireplace, green walls and a stone fireplace —  Houzz
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mistyboo wrote:May 15, 2013
  • Julie Gardner
    Could you please tell me what color the Hunter Douglas luminette shades are?
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    KW Blinds / 200 Vic

    I cannot tell you the colour of the Hunter Douglas Luminette - but we can make them using any fabric / colour

smakuch wrote:Feb 3, 2013
cookie6597 wrote:Aug 29, 2012
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    Window Designs
    They are Hunter Douglas Luminette Privacy Sheers. Any authorized Hunter Douglas dealer can provide an estimate for these.
judisalasin wrote:Jun 5, 2011
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    Skyler Ethan Abstracts
    I do large custom abstract paintings in a similar style. I can do any coloring and size and ship worldwide. You can see some of my paintings on my Houzz page or my website www.skylerethan.com
debperl wrote:Apr 14, 2011
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    Mark Newman Design
    Thanks for your inquiry! The sectional is a Roche Bobois piece. Please email us if you would like more information or pricing.
    info@marknewmandesign.com
fazzy wrote:Dec 31, 2010
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    looking1 wrote:Feb 23, 2013
      rebeccahogan wrote:Feb 19, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        erincarlyle
        Erin Carlyle added this to A Caregiver’s Guide to a Supportive HomeApr 20, 2017

        Another light-related challenge is the phenomenon known as “sundowning.” This is when the sun setting prompts feelings of depression and anxiety in those with dementia. A very common symptom, sundowning can be quite distressing to the person suffering from the disease, as well as to those around him or her.To help combat this symptom in your own home, you may want to install more blinds or drapes, or to move furniture so that those who are seated have the windows behind them. Toward the end of the day, increased artificial light can actually help minimize the effects of sundowning. Consider putting a few lights on a timer to eliminate the need for you to remember to turn them on. This can also be helpful because it keeps changes in light more consistent from day to day.

        jess_mcbride
        Jess McBride added this to The Art of the Window: Contemporary Takes on Classic TreatmentsOct 14, 2015

        2. The New VerticalsWhat’s new: Innovations in materials and energy efficiency that lend practicality and a modern aesthetic All vertical blinds aren’t dead, just the ugly old papery ones. Ambience sheers that offer a choice of room-darkening and light-filtering liners are making a big comeback as people rediscover their virtuous simplicity and versatility. As more homeowners look to lighten and simplify their interiors, today’s verticals will continue to gain traction as an elegant, updated solution.

        mitchell_parker
        Mitchell Parker added this to 10 Things People Really Don’t Want in Their HomesApr 23, 2014

        4. Vertical blinds. I’ll admit, I was a little taken aback by this one. I like my vertical blinds, especially the ones in my bedroom, and especially after I hang a large blanket, a dark red fitted sheet and blackout curtains over them. That’s just me. As longtime designer Becky Dietrich points out, however, vertical blinds have come a long way, work great for large windows and sliding glass doors, and are now available in materials like sheer fabrics. How to Choose the Right Window Blinds5. Fake flowers. Actually, pretty much fake anything. I definitely can get behind this one, though of course there has been a vase of fake flowers in my home at various points in my life, ones I let stay for far too long. Architect Eric Reinholdt advocates for humble materials that “don’t draw attention to themselves or pretend to be something they’re not.” I think that’s a simple way to make a home more honest and inviting. Design Workshop: The Beauty of Humble Materials

        beckydietrich
        Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to How to Choose the Right Window BlindsApr 3, 2014

        However, verticals are now available in a wide and wonderful array of materials, including sheer fabrics — like the Luminettes from Hunter Douglas — that greatly mitigate the contemporary look.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        tanisha_howell
        Tanisha Howell added this to Tanisha's ideasApr 9, 2019

        I like the large table in the middle

        macsapiens
        Daniel added this to DRAPES & CURTAINSMar 18, 2019

        Like the sew defined pleats at top to carry a real clean look throughout.

        marcilene_reeder
        Marcilene Reeder added this to Family/Living Room StylesMar 11, 2019

        ESTA LAMPADA EH BEM BACANA, VOCE VISUALIZA ELA EM ALGUMA DAS SALAS? - ahhah coloquei uma que nem essa no seu TV room - voce vera'

        marcilene_reeder
        Marcilene Reeder added this to TV RoomMar 11, 2019

        BONITA, pensei em cortina assim vertical, narrow podendo ser fabric or vertical blinds... pergunta o que voce acha de vertical blinds? p a janela da TV room but since you like to see the arch we should start the blind below arch area

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