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Pasquella Living Room Transitional Living Room, New York

With a major wall removed this space is transformed from a living room to a living floor where different activities connect. The far wall is clad in a sugar cane based paneling painted in high gloss that unifies the space and provides understated texture. Rugs designed by Genevieve Gorder for Capel keep things light and lively. Photo by Chris Amaral
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Transitional brown floor living room photo in New York with gray walls — Houzz

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Lisa-Marie Wells wrote:
Wall Color - Gorgeous space..... Can you provide wall color please?
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ekaterinag11
What is the wall color?
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Nancy Richardson

I used Valspar Premium color Urban Sunrise, almost same.

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Julia Allen wrote:
Wall Color???? - What is the paint color & mfgr? It's exactly what I need for my living room project!
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julieharper

BM Stonington Gray is gray with blue undertone.



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lovinbeautifulthings
Try Repose Grey by Sherwin a Williams or Silver Strand.
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Jenna Allis wrote:
Beautiful rug, where is it from?
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mommickey
Still looking for wall color?
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cooleastcoast
I was wondering if you could please tell me the colour of the stain used on the floors?
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sandrillon wrote:
Green Backsplash - Even though the focus is on the living room, I spotted this amazing backsplash int he pic. Looking for apple green backsplash is quite an ordeal....any info? Thanks!
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The Cousins
bathroom and kitchen tile are VERY different. Bathroom was frosted green glass subway tiles. Backsplash is handmade moroccan tile.
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lakf wrote:
Need an end table - Where might I buy the end table?
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garretleesmom
Looks similar to an end table at ballarddesigns.com
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nishaan
West elm
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kklop2 wrote:
I too would like to know where the couch is from. Thank you!
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The Cousins
Couch is from CB2
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Shereen Dawkins
Could you please share the wall color
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aemoore8 wrote:
Living Room - Where did you get the floor lamp?
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The Cousins
CB2
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chaya
What colour and brand are on the gray walls?
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fashiontrotter wrote:
RULINK - COULD YOU LINK the WEBSITE FOR YELLOW GRAY RUG PLEASE THANK YOU!?
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The Cousins

This rug is from the Geneive Gorder collection

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aslwebst wrote:
Love the couch- anyone know where you can buy it?? If it is custom any ideas on who made it?
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CB2
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miezlvn wrote:
Where did you purchase the carpet? The yellow one?
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halosarah wrote:
Question about the beam above - Hi there! I love the open space you created! Wonderful design. I am so happy that I came across your beautiful pictures because I have been searching on Houzz for months trying to find ideas for our home. This is the first pic that I have found that is the closest to our home. Currently, we have a wall in between our kitchen and living room. My father in law made a cut out for me which has made it a better space for us. I would love to remove the wall however this wall is a supporting wall. My husband has informed me that we could put in a beam above (like what your room shows) we would need to put in a pole. My concern is that because the space is not that large, the pole will be in the way and the feeling of openness would be lost. Since you have the experience of working in a similar type of space I was wondering what your thoughts are around having a pole in the middle of the room? I am at a point where I would rather have a pole than the cut out wall. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks!!
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ffish wrote:
Can you tell me what the floor is and the finish?
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cmwms wrote:
What is the clear material used to wall the drop off to downstairs? - Does the clear wall turn along the side of the lower stairs? Is there a railing on the lower stairs? We have a similar set-up in our home, so it is interesting to see an updated solution for split-levels. Nice work!
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laurahuerta316 wrote:
Please share the wall color. It's the perfect share of gray!
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