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Manhattan Apartment inspired by the Federal Style Traditional Living Room, New York

The Living Room is inspired by the Federal style. The elaborate plaster ceiling was designed by Tom Felton and fabricated by Foster Reeve's Studio. Coffers and ornament are derived from the classic details interpreted at the time of the early American colonies. The mantle was also designed by Tom to continue the theme of the room. Chris Cooper photographer.
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Inspiration for a large timeless formal and enclosed medium tone wood floor living room remodel in New York with orange walls, a standard fireplace, a wood fireplace surround and no tv — Houzz

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What is the wall color?
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Hi Sarah, thanks for the inquiry. The color is Benjamin Moore Somerset Peach 163. It has a wonderful warmth and goes so well with the blues, whites, and wood tones in this room. Sincerely, Tom.

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Teena wrote:
What a lovely place to come home to... - Excellent!
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Thank you.

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