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Family room - traditional loft-style dark wood floor family room idea in San Francisco with beige walls, a concrete fireplace, a wall-mounted tv and a ribbon fireplace —  Houzz
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butkus20 wrote:Sep 13, 2011
fjsrjs wrote:Nov 15, 2011
  • jmcc71
    Great room!!!! Where could one get the square coffee table?
  • Anne Fifer
    This is a vintage piece... Made of olive wood, very decorative, mid century...
melc667 wrote:Feb 3, 2011
  • Jonathan Graham
    Hopefully this link and calculator is not too techy, but is is accurate and worth looking at!

    http://myhometheater.homestead.com/viewingdistancecalculator.html
  • Donna
    Hi,
    We are researching putting back into our basement a fireplace that was removed during renovation a few years ago. I am wondering since it is now mid year in 2014 how well this television in your image has fared being above this fireplace? I notice that there is a rather shallow ledge to help defer the heat. Has this worked? I am partial to a linear fireplace but with 7' foot height allowance I wonder how realistic this design (tv above fireplace) is for my application. Thanks for ANY suggestions you can provide. This is an unusual and lovely room-
hhamilton8 wrote:Jun 20, 2013
  • rafael
    What is the fireplace brand?
  • sgillespie218

    yes, beautiful fireplace. What brand is it?

jjlitchford wrote:Feb 20, 2012
  • PRO
    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Glowing Green and Pale Ivory are a similar color combination.
  • jjlitchford
    Just to clarify as it's somewhat difficult to tell with the lighting in this picture -
    It looks like the wall cabinets are Glowing Green & the cabinet nearest the stairs is Pale Ivory. Is that correct?? In addition, the walls are Pale Ivory then as well??
    Thanks for your clarification :)
Teresa Davis wrote:Jan 13, 2011
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    MN Builders
    Hi,
    So sorry for the delayed response. Are you referring to the hardwood flooring or the area rug with the brick pattern?
    Thanks!
  • jjlitchford
    What color is the stain on the floor?
jjsdf wrote:Feb 15, 2012
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    CAST architecture
    if your roof has a decent pitch, I'd go for it. Here in the northwest, we often suffer through the gray winters but the sky is still full of light--it is just diffuse.

    Matt
jvargas50 wrote:Apr 22, 2015
    brianmt wrote:Aug 16, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      shawngauthier
      Shawn Gauthier added this to 7 Tips to Convert Your Attic Into an Extra Living RoomSep 6, 2012

      Don’t go wild with the television. Keep the television size under control. “Too large, and it can throw off the scale of everything in the room,” says O’Donovan. “I wouldn’t go much larger than a 32-inch."

      shawngauthier
      Shawn Gauthier added this to Look Up: There May Be Living Room in the AtticJan 16, 2012

      A family room. If you have a more traditional home that consists of a formal living room, dining room and kitchen on the first floor, you may be longing for a casual family room. The attic may be the answer. Bring up comfortable furnishings and a television for movies, and say hello to lots of relaxing weekend afternoons.

      bud_dietrich
      Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to More Living Space: Making Room for FamilyJan 5, 2012

      And a skylight will do just fine if a window can't be done.

      shawngauthier
      Shawn Gauthier added this to Warm Up Your Home for WinterOct 29, 2011

      The attic. The attic is not just for storage. It can be transformed into a snug living space (even more snug if you're lucky enough to have sloped ceilings). It may be a bit of a project, but it's worth it. Outfit it with a fireplace (consider a fake one if a real one isn't possible), a shag rug and comfy furniture, and voila — it's chic, cozy and more room for living!

      shawngauthier
      Shawn Gauthier added this to Let's Chic-ify the Game RoomSep 9, 2011

      Don’t forget the attic! These spaces are no longer for storage: by adding skylights and brightening it with white paint, this room becomes both cozy and sophisticated. By outfitting it with a sink and mini fridge, it becomes perfect for game time.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to Press Pause: Styling the TelevisionApr 28, 2011

      Global style.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

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      Kimberlee Cox added this to Wish ListJun 22, 2019

      I love the compact design. Small but plush.

      clsimmon
      the Alexandra Clayton Group added this to Attic Media RoomMay 18, 2019

      skylights bring in natural light

      kirnep
      kirnep added this to LoftMay 17, 2019

      gas fire place that doesn't require chimney under TV TV/FP on wall intersecting with sloped roof to give wider foot print. Furniture arrangement is not too congested.

      mfe17
      mfe17 added this to KitchenFeb 24, 2019

      Running a cabinet and counter around extra area?

      pavalarani_sinnaiha
      Pavala Sinnaiha added this to houseFeb 19, 2019

      skylight idea for TV/reading room

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