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rebeccaig0719 wrote:Oct 28, 2013
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    Tim Cuppett Architects
    see all comments above for description of flooring.
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    Oak & Broad
    Tim the floor looks great! It reminds me of a floor we made out of White Oak with Cabots Bittersweet stain applied.
drich1 wrote:Mar 27, 2011
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    Stardust Modern Design
    This is the Ingo Maurer Birdie Lamp from made by Ingo Maurer in Germany and available in th US through Stardust: Part lamp; part decorative element, the Birdie Chandelier by Ingo Maurer works just about anywhere. We often sell it to customers who suspend Ingo Maurer's Birdie over a dining table.
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almawyatt wrote:Apr 25, 2012
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    my guess they are reclaimed "hearts pine" floors with staggering widths of 6,8 and 10 foot boards. Just put 11-12 white oak in my house, "if you can find it" get wide board reclaimed floors (totally swoon worthy)...
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    Love the floors!
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tschmitz72 wrote:Jan 8, 2012
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    I think the chairs are B&B italia melandra chair. They look like ours which are paired with our brown marble saarinen tulip table.
Diane wrote:May 29, 2011
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    Looks like random-width reclaimed wood from old barns
Carrie Weprin wrote:Oct 11, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Samantha Schoech added this to Put Your Best Fruit Forward in Splendid Fall ArrangementsOct 3, 2012

    Here a simple white bowl of artichokes is modern and sculptural, giving this very crisp room a little earthiness.

    Cathy Lara added this to Wood Floor Care: Polish Your SkillsApr 18, 2012

    Wood Floors Exposed to SunlightJust like our skin, wood surfaces are sensitive to ultraviolet light and heat, causing the wood to change color or develop an undesirable patina. For discoloration stains: Move area rugs periodically and draw curtains over large windows to avoid obvious, undesirable discolorations. Before leaving the house, make sure to close your shades or blinds; doing so not only will ensure that your house will be cooler when you return, but will help protect your wood floors from UV damage. Stay away from: Continued and direct sunlight exposure. To counter daily and constant UV damage, regularly shift your area rugs and furniture in the exposed areas so that your flooring can age evenly throughout the year. This is one of the easiest, most cost-effective ways to help your floors keep their character and appeal.

    Becky Harris added this to In Honor of Portlandia, Put a Bird on It!Jan 6, 2012

    Put a bird on a light fixture. OK, technically that should be "put some wings on some light bulbs," but that just does not have the same ring to it. The birdy chandelier by Ingo Maurer is a modern classic that will always inspire conversation and glee. More:An Ode to Owls Around the HouseHouzz Reader Photos: A Holiday Table for the BirdsCockadoodledoo! Roosters in the Kitchen

    Becky Harris added this to Remake a Space With a Sculptural ChandelierDec 11, 2011

    Pairs of wings turn the bulbs on this chandelier into whimsical modern birdies.

    Becky Harris added this to Modern Icons: The Saarinen Tulip Dining TableApr 12, 2011

    Again, I'm not sure which chairs these are exactly, but I love that they are upholstered yet still sleek. The light fixture is called the Birdie chandelier and is by far the most whimsical choice in the room, balanced out nicely by the Saarinen table. Side Note: Aren't those windows and doors to die for? Details like these that we often don't think about can make such a difference in the architecture. Oh, and speaking of details, I'm loving the way they styled with artichokes here – it adds really nice shapes and colors.

    Lily Gahagan added this to Get Artful with ArtichokesMar 27, 2011

    Surrounded by modern design, a bowl of humble artichokes gives a bit of graphic appeal (thanks to those angled leaves) as well as a much-appreciated earthy element that goes well with the rustic floors.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Diane L added this to centerpieceOct 18, 2018

    spray vegetables and fruit gold

    Maureen Forbes added this to mforbes1970's ideasJul 8, 2018

    Love the artichokes for kitchen

    Decorating Den Interiors added this to Cindy HongMay 21, 2018

    kitchen eating area table style?? Saarinen classic

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