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Long Island Dutch Colonial Home Beach Style Living Room, New York

Jacob Snavely
Living room - beach style formal and enclosed dark wood floor living room idea in New York with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a brick fireplace and a wall-mounted tv — Houzz

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Krystal Williams wrote:
Please provide info on the curtains and/or where to find the fabric!
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what a pretty room:)

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I have a porch with 11 Windows 32" and a picture window, 1 outside door and 1 French door to living room. I currently have cellular shades, up and down pull. I was wondering if I could put curtains over the shades.
lynagh wrote:
can you provide the name of the fabric used in the curtains?
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Please let me know where I can purchase the curtains. Thank you.

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sanigama wrote:
What kínd of plants aré these - What kínd of plants aré these
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N Levine
These are fiddle leaf figs.
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gracejwest wrote:
Where is the drape fabric from? - These drapes are lovely. Where can I find the Ikat design?
Shari Oseen wrote:
Where can I find fabric - Or window treatments?
robynflanders wrote:
what is the paint color on the walls?
janebfinn wrote:
Where are the chairs from?
darvie37 wrote:
Where can I find the curtain rods?
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rosagarden wrote:
Where can these curtains be found?
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Darya Harbina wrote:
Question - Where are the curtains from?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Your Guide to Window Treatments
Project: Installing window treatmentsWhy: Taking your window coverings from something that merely suffices to something that makes a statement will help your space look its best. Imagine the living room shown here without the patterned drapes and it’s easy to see why window treatments can act as the icing on the cake. But they’re not just decorative. As mentioned earlier, window treatments are an opportunity to better control privacy and light, hide awkward features and provide better insulation.
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How to Mix Patterns Like a Pro
Foolproof Plan 1: Dots and StripesMix a few different sizes of stripes, and maybe a polka dot too, and you’ve got a hard-to-go-wrong scheme with plenty of personality and energy.

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Blanket/pillow placement on chairs

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