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Mediterranean Living RoomMediterranean Living Room, Boise

Example of a tuscan living room design in Boise with beige walls —  Houzz
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shelleyk817 wrote:Feb 14, 2014
  • Marguerite Nein
    Do you remember what color stain you used on these beams?
  • Marguerite Nein
    nevermind :) I see it!
rainestribe wrote:Jul 23, 2014
  • Jamie Ayres
    Would also like to know where the sofa is from please.
  • Kam Garner

    This is a Drexel Heritage sofa, purchased quite a few years back and then slipcovered in a Robert Allen Home fabric called Silja in the Vanilla color. I don't believe the fabric is available any longer. The house is actually a Tudor style. I just saw that this photo of my house was posted (by our realtor at the time) so your question is from 2014....sorry I just saw this!

mlbrown899 wrote:Feb 12, 2017
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    Syringa Realty

    Unknown as this was built several years ago and I can not recall Sorry

ajordank wrote:Jul 21, 2015
  • Kam Garner

    Cabinets are from Peter Kretzmann (Kretzmann & Sons) of Grangeville, ID

maleah29 wrote:Feb 27, 2015
  • Kam Garner

    I own this chandelier and have it for sale.....We sold this home and kept the chandelier because it was so special. We have moved into a home that we cannot use it. We are asking $15,000 for it. It is from a wonderful home in southern CA and was originally an antique candle-lier. My husband had it wired for electricity. It is heavy and wonderful and the real deal.

Pamela wrote:May 16, 2014
  • Kam Garner

    It is an antique......we took it with us when we sold the home and it is now for sale because our new home doesn't have the perfect spot for it. It's about 4 feet tall by nearly 4 feet across. We are asking $15,000 for it. Came out of a wonderful home in Southern CA and was originally not wired......

Ranae Sales wrote:Mar 30, 2014
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    Syringa Realty
    These beams are Douglas fir lagged bolted into the top plate, they are true beams but not structural. There is engineered trusses for the structure. If you are looking for a less expensive and easier way to attach or retro fit beams for an existing home check out http://www.fauxwoodbeams.com
    hope this helps. Steve
tckemly wrote:Dec 15, 2013
onceupona3 wrote:Jan 2, 2015
    tonyab122 wrote:Jun 2, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Mike Dietrich added this to Know Your Sofa Options: Arms, Cushions, Backs and BasesJul 12, 2014

      Just to make things a bit more complicated, there’s the multipillow option, as seen in this spectacularly beamed living room. Since it is really just a variation on the theme of the loose back, we won’t make it a separate category.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Christine Brack added this to apartmentJan 15, 2019

      Ceiling idea. Like how it makes a tall ceiling feel shorter but still very open

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