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bkrue wrote:Oct 11, 2012
  • Andrea Meyercord
    What is the leopard fabric on the side chairs?
  • cfm247

    Wall color please...

wsession wrote:Sep 2, 2012
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    Candace Cavanaugh Interiors
    Lisa - you are so amazing to say such nice things!! Yes we have been published in the June/July 2012 issue of Interiors Magazine for the home above. Also in Elite Interiors in Russia and RayLi in China. You can see all on my website. Thank you for your sweet comments - you made my day!
  • Lindsay Wanner
    I love it! Where did you find those gorgeous black and gold chairs?
Ed Rooch wrote:Jul 8, 2014
  • Levi Katz

    What is the ceiling molding???? Where would i be able to purchase it

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    Veritas Products

    Looks similar to spectis mouldings. I have seen this before where there is 2 or 3 moulds stack on top of each other.

    Looks like this one a little bit.


Dave C wrote:May 9, 2013
  • maolei
    Is the door casing also custom?
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    Candace Cavanaugh Interiors
    The door casing is from Beronio in San Francisco and is stock - 4"
avapaige14 wrote:Nov 3, 2012
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    Segreti Design
    Love the space!!! Nicely appointed.
  • Samantha McGregor
    Hi, what colour is the trim that goes so well with the Collingwood BM colour?
sheilamo wrote:Jul 8, 2012
bawlmwrboy wrote:Aug 6, 2016
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    Candace Cavanaugh Interiors

    The chairs were from Williams Sonoma Home. I had slipcovers made with a custom monogram on the back (which is not visible here)

  • lmhanes

    where are the side chairs from?

yvonnelamarre wrote:Aug 21, 2015
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    Candace Cavanaugh Interiors

    Benjamin Moore White Dove OC-17

  • raz1

    what was the material used for the ceiling molding?

kyriejackson wrote:Feb 5, 2015
smp3 wrote:Feb 18, 2014
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    Candace Cavanaugh Interiors
    This was an old piece that we brought from the client's previous home. You can create one like it through your local art framer.
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    Menage Interiors
    Fabulous ceiling moulding!!! LOVE THIS!
Amy wrote:Jun 26, 2013
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    Candace Cavanaugh Interiors
    The ceiling treatment was created from several moldings stacked. The design was custom milled based on our architectural drawings. It was created in pieces that were connected together. I hope that helps.
  • salazar19
    Hello I'm in south Texas, and would love to try to have the ceiling decor made for my dining room. Could you please tell me the measurements of the stacked moldings: the width (of the moldings itself) and the height from ceiling to the farthest stacked moulding. In other words how many stacked molding and the measurement of each molding?
    I would also love a picture from the front view (meaning looking directly up at ceiling). Would really appreciate all your help.
    Thank you for your time.
Diane Wiglusz wrote:Mar 26, 2013
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    Candace Cavanaugh Interiors
    The skirted dining chairs are a Restoration Hardware frame. We had custom slipcovers made using linen from Kravet and a custom embroidered monogram on the backs which is not visible in this photo.
nattyrodas wrote:Apr 5, 2016
    nietaj wrote:Oct 25, 2015
      shughes814 wrote:Jul 27, 2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways Symmetry Can Rescue Your RoomNov 20, 2014

        2. Symmetry makes mixing up the dining set easier. Mixing and matching dining chairs is simple when you stick with a symmetrical arrangement — a pair of slipcovered armchairs at the ends and wood chairs along the sides, for instance. Even though the chairs at the heads of table are completely different from the others, the look feels well balanced.

        Liz Miller Interiors added this to Add a Touch of Elegance With a Ceiling MedallionApr 29, 2014

        If you prefer not to have a standard medallion, this example shows how you can use ceiling molding to create a similar effect, but one that spreads that focus out to the edges of your room. I like this treatment because of the wide openings on either side of the mirror leading into the adjacent room. The ceiling molding, unlike a ceiling medallion, creates a larger perimeter that “holds” you in the room. If you were walking behind the upholstered armchair at the end of the table, on your way to the room in the background, you would still feel as if you were part of the dining room because of the ceiling molding’s embrace. A central medallion wouldn’t do that.

        Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Try a Four-Leaf Design That Spans the AgesJun 29, 2013

        A nice feature of the quatrefoil as a decorative element is the shape's ability to be quite small, like when it's used for a wallpaper design, or quite large, like when it's placed on a ceiling as a controlling device for a room.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        designAbility Interiors added this to Mary Joy's KitchenSep 6, 2019

        Just threw this in because the moulding is so elegant

        Vincent Herrera added this to Dining Room IdeasJan 23, 2019

        cieling moldings not a medalion

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