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Example of a coastal dark wood floor and beige floor dining room design in Chicago with yellow walls

Michigan Summer HomeBeach Style Dining Room, Chicago

Photography by: Werner Straube

Example of a coastal dark wood floor and beige floor dining room design in Chicago with yellow walls —  Houzz
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Joyce McClain wrote:Oct 22, 2012
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners
    Thank you for your interest in the chandeliers! They are Dessin Fournir.
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    Jessy Krol Designs LLC
    if you need to get the look for less, try visual comfort's Suzanne Kasler chandeliers--this one is large, but there are others
janshands wrote:Sep 4, 2013
cposullivan wrote:Jan 11, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners
    We are glad you enjoy this project. The wall color is Benjamin Moore - Mushroom Cap and the ceiling is Benjamin Moore - White Dov
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    Ebanisteria Gambella
    Hi I'm able to reproduce this sideboard!
Design Studio Middletown wrote:May 30, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners
    Hi grandmabiergans, thank you for your interest! The buffet was a custom piece for our client.
  • Eilleen White

    Thank You. I was afraid of that. It seems impossible to find a long buffet. Please disregard my previous question regarding the mfg. of the buffet.

kaialogan wrote:Mar 25, 2013
  • lonnajean
    I believe the color is Benjamin Moore mushroom cap
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Hickory Chair Pearson - "Fretwork Arm Chair"

    The artwork was found at a local antique dealer, and are in white bone frames.

    The wall color is Mushroom Cap by Benjamin Moore, the ceiling color is White Dove, also by Benjamin Moore.

    Thank you for your questions!

pmbirkett wrote:Jun 22, 2013
supertuscan wrote:May 10, 2013
  • phillipsbuttrey
    Would love to know color of the paint used on the blue buffet
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Hi there,

    Benjamin Moore - 830 Harlequin Blue was used on the buffet.

bashudlick wrote:Jul 11, 2015
  • Nancy Kiss

    Did you paint the chairs, what brand and color?


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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Hi there,

    The chairs are from Hickory Chair in an antique Ivory finish.

Donna Myers wrote:Apr 30, 2015
  • Kathleen Strauch
    I love this room! Love everything about it!
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you Borboletazul and Kathleen for the warm complements and for your support on Houzz!

Cassie Weisburgh wrote:Feb 11, 2014
lynnq wrote:Mar 27, 2013
rowan2 wrote:Apr 5, 2016
  • louisedover

    Chandeliers are lovely. Vendor please?

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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you for your inquiry! The pair of chandeliers are from Dessin Fournir. They are hand forged iron and the bobeches and base rings are wood that are custom painted in Benjamin Moore Buttercup in an antiqued finish.

ingridabbey1947 wrote:May 24, 2014
Barbara Yerian wrote:Jan 1, 2014
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners
    Thank you for your interest in the rug! It is part of the Tom Stringer Collection manufactured by Texstyle Design.
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    Cocoweb
    I would suggest using a specialty picture light from Conoco Picture Lights.
mimi12345 wrote:Jul 22, 2013
  • desy_prasetya
    Dear Sir/Madam,

    We're from WISANKA an exporter of wooden furniture, lightning and craft manufacturer from Indonesia.
    if you're still interested , we have it in our showroom and can make very similar love lamps to the one above for you.
    we welcome you to visit our online gallery www.wisanka.com
    or you can also contact me directly via email adminpro@indoor-teak.com.
    We're looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thank You

    Best Regards,
    Upik Desy Prasetya
    adminpro@indoor-teak.com
    +62 856-276-611
    skype id:upikdesy28

    www.wisanka.com
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    mimi12345,

    Hi there. These are Spitzmiller gourd lamps.

bradley homes wrote:Jun 10, 2013
Amanda Ropolo wrote:Dec 11, 2012
  • Madeline Ryan

    Is the yellow wall cover another Ben Moore paint, shown together in brochure?

  • Madeline Ryan

    Oops....color, NOT cover

lsjacobson wrote:Mar 21, 2016
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you for your inquiry! This was a custom buffet built especially for the space. However, the paint color used on it was 830 Harlequin Blue by Benjamin Moore.

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    DownHomeLiving

    We make custom furniture, please visit us at DownHomeLiving

Cindy Morante wrote:Oct 29, 2015
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you for your interest in the rug! It is part of the Tom Stringer Collection manufactured by Texstyle Design.

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    Furnish Plus

    i love this room, reminds me of summer

kristila1963 wrote:Apr 10, 2014
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Hi there,

    These are antique prints that were found at a local antique dealer. They are displayed in white bone frames.

  • kristila1963

    Thank you!

dianemanderson wrote:Jan 5, 2014
  • desy_prasetya
    Dear Sir/Madam,

    We're from WISANKA an exporter of wooden furniture, lightning and craft manufacturer from Indonesia.
    if you're still interested , we have aimilar lamp available in our store we can also make very similar lamp to the one above.
    we welcome you to visit our online gallery www.wisanka.com
    or you can also contact me directly via email adminpro@indoor-teak.com.
    We're looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thank You

    Best Regards,
    Upik Desy Prasetya
    adminpro@indoor-teak.com
    +62 856-276-611
    skype id:upikdesy28

    www.wisanka.com
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Hi dianemanderson!

    These are Spitzmiller Gourd Lamps.

gwalter3 wrote:May 2, 2013
burcuakdari wrote:Mar 25, 2013
Dennis Jarosh wrote:Dec 31, 2012
lademoisellegodiva wrote:Nov 8, 2016
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you for your inquiry. The draperies were custom made for this space and are hand pleated lined drapery panels with a self valance and tassel trim. The fabric is Groundworks/Allegra Hicks Spiral in color white/yellow and the trim is Samuel & Sons Olympia Wood Fringe in natural/yellow. Hope that helps!

jennycbailey wrote:Dec 27, 2015
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    These chairs are from Hickory Chair and are typically referred to as the style Chippendale.

jmz612 wrote:Aug 29, 2015
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    These were antique prints found at a local antique dealer.

southpaw3010 wrote:Aug 5, 2015
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Hi.

    This pair of chandeliers are from Dessin Fournir - Denville Chandlier.

ahennessy1 wrote:Apr 13, 2015
ahennessy1 wrote:Mar 4, 2015
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you for your inquiry! The paint colors are all Benjamin Moore--Wall is Mushroom Cap and the trim is White Dove. The buffet was custom designed for the space and painted in Harlequin Blue.

grabba wrote:Oct 25, 2014
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Benjamin Moore's "Harlequin Blue" was used on this hutch. Thanks for your interest!

j1laurent wrote:May 28, 2014
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Hi there,

    The walls are painted with Mushroom Cap by Benjamin Moore, and the ceiling with White Dove, also by Benjamin Moore. However, always test paints first as they can appear different in person!

janetervine wrote:May 12, 2014
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    These walls were painted "Mushroom Cap" by Benjamin Moore. Please always test before, as colors can appear different online verses in person!

Leah Arthur wrote:Apr 3, 2014
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    The table is approximately 120"w X 50"d X 29.5"h, with Hickory Chairs in an antique Ivory finish.

bamccleary wrote:Mar 22, 2014
bwaldeck wrote:Feb 2, 2014
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    bwaldeck,

    this buffet was custom fabricated for our client. However, it was painted with Benjamin Moore's "830 Harlequin Blue" - but please test first! Color can always look different in person.

hyattnh wrote:Dec 16, 2013
reddimt wrote:Oct 11, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Hello,

    Thank you for your question! The yellow wall color is Benjamin Moore's "Mushroom Cap"

Natalie Smith wrote:Apr 14, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you for your kind words! This piece was custom fabricated for our client and not available at retail.

mlok wrote:Apr 11, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    This rug is part of the Tom Stringer Design Partners collection, manufactured by TexStyle Design.

sunshine64 wrote:Apr 4, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    sunshine64,

    This is Mushroom Cap by Benjamin Moore. We always recommend test painting first, as colors can appear different in person than on a screen. Thank you!

ggc107 wrote:Mar 30, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    This custom fabricated piece of furniture was painted in Benjamin Moore's "830 Harlequin Blue" - please test first though! Colors can appear different in person.

trishgraf wrote:Oct 28, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    yanicsimard
    Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How to Pick the Perfect Accent ColorFeb 25, 2015

    Primary ColorsYellow walls with blue accent. Yellow is scientifically the lightest and brightest of the hues (and naturally warm). The most classic pairing is a cool blue accent — blue being the least aggressive color choice possible. Whether you pick muted pastel shades or pair a saturated lemon with deep navy, mixing a warm yellow with a darker, chillier blue creates balance to keep the space from visually getting too hot or too loud.

    anniekendall
    Annie Thornton added this to Lighten Up — or Brighten Up — With YellowSep 2, 2014

    Team yellow and blue. Cool blue and warm yellow are a match made in color heaven. You can use this eye-catching and extremely versatile combo in homes of all different styles, from contemporary dwellings to classic-meets-coastal abodes, such as the one shown here. Notice how soft, powdery shades have been used to create a soothing and serene atmosphere.Paint: Mushroom Cap, Benjamin Moore

    mitchell_parker
    Mitchell Parker added this to The 10 Most Popular Houzz Ideabooks of 2013Dec 11, 2013

    1. 12 Tried and True Paint Colors for Your WallsPainting is one of the best ways to add life to interiors, so it’s no surprise that an ideabook with a decorator’s top paint picks for the home (complete with paint names and numbers) is the most popular on Houzz. We’ve all heard of gray and beige as great color choices, but what about greige? Get the breakdown of popular shades and how and where to use them.Get all the paint names and numbers

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to Buffet, Sideboard, Server, Credenza: What's the Difference?Sep 10, 2013

    Think of the sideboard as the precursor to modern-day kitchen cabinets, and you will have a good picture of what this piece looks like. It's long and waist high or a bit lower, with a surface for placing food on top, cabinets below and very short legs — or no legs at all.Originating in England, the sideboard was at first likely just a simple plank set atop trestles, or a shelf attached to the wall — a place to put food while serving. Over time drawers and cupboards were added below, as the piece became more important as a place for displaying prized possessions.

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to 5 Questions to Ask Before You Design Your Dining RoomMay 20, 2013

    Steal this style: With symmetrically arranged lamps and chandeliers, a grid of artwork and a set of Chinese Chippendale chairs, this room is a wonderful example of how to work formal details into a livable space. Make a few concessions to practicality with a table that won't show every scratch and fabrics that can stand up to a little abuse — washable natural fibers, stain-resistant fabrics and outdoor fabrics would all hold up exceptionally well.

    cninteriors
    Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 12 Tried-and-True Paint Colors for Your WallsMar 18, 2013

    Yellow. One of the trickiest paint colors to get right is yellow, but this shade is just right. A tip for picking a yellow from a paint fan deck: Select something that looks almost beige. Yellow is always much brighter on a wall than on a paint chip. This sun-filled dining room is painted in Benjamin Moore's Mushroom Cap 177.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    madison_taylor56
    Madison Taylor added this to Madison's ideas5 days ago

    These chippendale chairs are so unique and trendy! I really like the colors and touch of rustic chic that are incorporated throughout this room.

    hailie_stamm
    Hailie Stamm added this to Hailie's ideas5 days ago

    I like these Chippendale chairs because they match the floor and walls of the room. Also it creates lots of lines in the room.

    cyle_winters
    Cyle Winters added this to Furniture Styles ProjectMay 17, 2019

    I like this picture because because of the lines on the wall, the texture of the plants, the forms of the chippendale chairs, and the balance and rhythm of the pictures on the wall and lights on the cabinets.

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