Renovation:  Senoia Farmhouse shabby-chic-style-hall
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Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse Shabby-chic Style Hall, Atlanta

Laurey W. Glenn (courtesy Southern Living)
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Cottage chic hallway photo in Atlanta with white walls — Houzz

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Kay Smith Interiors wrote:
Artist - Who is the artist for the deer painting below staircase?
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Becky Harris
Justin Gafrey;
justingafrey.com.
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Thanks, Becky. I think it GaFFrey. justingaffrey.com
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dixieteddy wrote:
Love the chair! Where is it from? Thanks!
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Connie Chair (1985) upholstered in Walden Granite (984); Connie Chair (1985) upholstered in Walden Granite (984)
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pegibailey wrote:
What is the wall paint color?
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Hi pegibailey, the paint color is Sherwin Williams "Pearly White" (SW7009).

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What is the paint color of the exterior trim

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Sherrie A wrote:
Always LOVE your work....?? About plank walls?? - How did you create the plank wall look?? Wood species, width and is it T& G??? Love seeing the cracks and dark shadow behind. Thanks so much for your time.
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Thank you, @sma5. These particular walls are original to the home (1910). If you look, you can see that the board edges are uneven. That's because these were hand planed, unlike commercially produced boards today. In new homes, though, we use a lot of simple pine or cypress boards, just butted together, to achieve a similar look.
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Sherrie A
Thanks so much for your quick response....your work is ALWAYS amazing and I appreciate
you taking the time to answer my question.
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sumir wrote:
Deer Painting - Where can I find the artist for the deer painting - it's awesome!
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It was selected by the interior designers at Tracery. I am not sure if it is listed, but here is a link to the full resource guide for the 2012 Southern Living Idea House, which lists all products, fabrics, paint colors, etc.:

http://tinyurl.com/SoLiv2012-IdeaHouseGuide (link updated)
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Art is by Justin Gaffrey.
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pattij15 wrote:
Where can I buy the dresser?
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A complete listing of all resources for this project, including furniture, rugs, fabrics, paint colors, etc. is available here:
http://www.ideahouse-digital.com/2012/2012/0/0#&pageSet=0
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Nicole M wrote:
Rug - Where can I find this rug? Also, is the natural fiber tough or soft?
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It was selected by the interior designers at Tracery. I am not sure if it is listed, but here is a link to the full resource guide for the 2012 Southern Living Idea House, which lists all products, fabrics, paint colors, etc.:

http://tinyurl.com/SoLiv2012-IdeaHouseGuide

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Summer Baltzer added this to 9 Ways to Create Comforting Farmhouse Style Anywhere
5. Relaxed fabrics. Farmhouses aren't fussy. Textiles and upholstery traditionally were often handmade or passed down, well loved by the generations who inherited them. As a result of this heirloom style of decor, fabrics were generally mixed and matched for a comfortable, eclectic and lived-in feel. Get this look: In early rural America, cotton was king, so take that as your cue when thinking of a comfortable base fabric to work with. If kid chaos is a concern, use a poly blend for wear and tear, but keep the styling simple.
Becky Harris added this to Fresh Take: 13 Great Ways to Say Yes to Plaid
Think “hunting cabin meets updated Shabby Chic.” Updated Shabby Chic style is crisper and warmer than the original version. Cream replaces white; clean lines fill in for some of the ruffles; and chippy paint is restricted to just one piece. Here a neutral palette, a large-scale plaid pattern and faux trophies complete this contemporary country tableau. Connie Chair (1985) upholstered in Walden Granite (984): CR Laine

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erinreusche added this to F.Rm. Rug
i like the deer photo and accessory placement on the bureau

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