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Entry hall - cottage entry hall idea in Atlanta with white walls

Renovation: Senoia FarmhouseFarmhouse Entry, Atlanta

Laurey W. Glenn (courtesy Southern Living)

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sapphirerose wrote:May 26, 2016
Medford Design-Build wrote:Nov 13, 2014
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    Historical Concepts
    Thank you for your inquiry. The interior designer would have chosen and hung the curtains, so I'm afraid I don' t have the information you are looking for.
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    Medford Design-Build
    Thanks for the response!
macspe108 wrote:Oct 25, 2014
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    Historical Concepts
    Hi, I'm sorry for the late response. Here's the information for the light fixture: French Quarter 21" on Yoke Bracket in Electric; bevolo.com
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    Robert Frank Interiors
    Beautiful entry!
joannwas wrote:Jan 15, 2014
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    Oak & Broad
    They look like original heart pine floors! Let me know if you have any flooring questions. joel@oakandbroad.com
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    Historical Concepts
    Yes, the floors are original to the house and I believe they are heart pine. Thanks!
Brian Smith wrote:Sep 21, 2013
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    Yes, they do. This part of the home was built around the early 1900s and the boards are all hand planed. Here are some images.
  • alwaystipa
    I'm just getting ready to start restoring a 1907 house with all the walls and ceilings the same shiplap wood. Can you share what process you went through to restore and paint the planks?
Deb Stec wrote:Aug 5, 2013
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    They are the Ballard Essentials Panel in Burlap from Ballard Designs. I can't confirm where the hardware came from, but it may be the same source.
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    The full resource guide for the 2012 Southern Living Idea House, which lists all products, fabrics, paint colors, and other items used in the home:

    http://tinyurl.com/SoLiv2012-IdeaHouseGuide
Rebecca Bogdanich wrote:May 9, 2016
Sheila Hodge wrote:Aug 27, 2015
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    Sheila, in the part of the home pictured above, these were the original hardwood floors from the 1920s.

1corin1557 wrote:Dec 12, 2013
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    Hi, @1corin1557! These are probably close to 12". The boards are original to the house which is more than a hundred years old.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

fredalbert
Fred Albert added this to Glass Doors That Welcome — and Protect Your Privacy TooApr 23, 2014

Does a courtyard seem a little extreme to you? How about a pair of curtains instead? Draw them at night to keep out drafts and wandering eyes.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

jennie_granrud
Jennie Granrud added this to Drapes & Other WindowcoveringsApr 11, 2019

Interesting — southern farm house so maybe to keep sun out more than for privacy?

attyaisa
Aisa Alonto added this to Project COUNTRY HOMEApr 5, 2019

curtain concept for the main door

marenuf
marenuf added this to entryMar 25, 2019

dk bannister light stairs, floor

tribly
Charlie Konsor added this to Dining Room - LightMar 1, 2019

Probably more for a living room, but nice.

winasmom
winasmom added this to Dream HouseFeb 27, 2019

Clever way to deal with side lights!

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