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Example of a trendy medium tone wood floor family room design in New York with beige walls and a media wall

Madison Res.Contemporary Family Room, New York

Built-in bookshelves, Built-in computer Desk, Computer Center, Media Center, Painted Bookshelves, Turquoise, hidden desk, hidden chair, hidden bench, family room, painted back of bookshelves
www.coryconnordesigns

Example of a trendy medium tone wood floor family room design in New York with beige walls and a media wall —  Houzz
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kikiakako wrote:Jun 1, 2013
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    Cory Connor Designs
    The carpenter that built this is part of my design team. Please send me an email to get pricing info
  • Valerie Perkins
    I have an empty space next to my fireplace that has 2 places where the perhaps tv and something else should have gone. A computer station like the design you have would be great! Please provide info on contractor. Thanks
galicia wrote:May 28, 2013
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    Cory Connor Designs
    The color in the bookshelves is Benjamin Moore Peacock Blue
  • nandula123
    Can you please provide the carpenter contact details who did the Bench? We live in Delaware. Coincidentally the work station we are planning to build within the storage shelves from Ikea requires computer desk with key board rack underneath & work bench similar to your design that blends with the shelves for our small living room. However, we are looking for Arm rest for the bench
maxsampson wrote:Dec 30, 2013
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    Cory Connor Designs
    Benjamin Moore revere pewter
  • clarkchr
    Love the color that is behind the entertainment center. Is that paint or wallpaper? What is the name of the color?
dixie1861 wrote:Feb 10, 2014
jmmoorhead wrote:Jul 30, 2013
hmangin wrote:Dec 29, 2013
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    Cory Connor Designs
    If I recall correctly...we had them built to be 14 inches on the right and left and the middle was 16 inches
  • Matthew Privitera
    do you have a height for the desk?
shneha16 wrote:Sep 30, 2013
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    Benjamin Moore Decorators White
  • aunttutz
    wish i could get the plans for the entertainment center. My husband is at a loss without them. Are they available somewhere for purchase?
blankita5 wrote:Jan 19, 2016
Lily Chong wrote:Oct 24, 2015
save2coupon wrote:Sep 17, 2015
Stacy K wrote:Oct 25, 2014
huebnerkayla wrote:Mar 5, 2014
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    Cory Connor Designs
    I am sorry I don't have that info. The floor was stained before I started the project.
jennjackson wrote:Jul 5, 2013
marfromla wrote:Jun 28, 2013
Rachel Winner wrote:Jun 9, 2013
arminderkullar wrote:Dec 13, 2015
    Cherry Chen wrote:Feb 25, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      lolalina
      Laura Gaskill added this to Smart Ideas From Beautifully Organized Living RoomsFeb 15, 2019

      7. Hide a DeskDo you or your kids need a little room to work (or play video games) in the living room? In this hardworking family room from Cory Connor Designs, a cushioned bench on wheels slides out to access a workstation. Tucked in, it looks like another cabinet. The vibrant turquoise bookshelf backs highlight the carefully chosen family photos and objects.

      lolalina
      Laura Gaskill added this to 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Living RoomMar 20, 2014

      Day 1: Deal with dust.Cleaning tasks: If you have a good vacuum with attachments, that’s the fastest and easiest way to banish dust in the living room. There’s no denying this is a lot of work, so consider this your official excuse to skip the gym today!Vacuum the room from top to bottom, starting with cobwebs on the ceiling and working your way down to the floor. Window treatments like blinds and shades can be vacuumed using an attachment.If your curtains are washable, take them down and toss them in the wash on the gentlest cycle.Vacuum or dust light fixtures, the tops of bookcases, picture frames and the mantel. Decluttering tasks: Remove anything that does not belong in the room — other people’s stuff, dishes from the kitchen, stray socks etc. — and return them to their rightful places.

      amberhopman
      Amber Hopman added this to Enter the Office NookJan 28, 2014

      This entertainment center is full of secrets — a pullout chair saves space and blends into the surrounding cabinetry, while a full-size file cabinet resides under the TV.“The client needed a little hub or command center for herself and her three kids, but she didn’t need a full desk, since so much is paperless these days,” says Connor.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      acoude
      acoude added this to Idées généralesApr 28, 2019

      Le mur derrière le meuble, avec la lampe de la même couleur

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