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martamoselle wrote:Oct 26, 2012
  • drew
    I see the comment above about the mantel being cedar. Is the mantel, in fact, made of cedar? I have an opportunity to get a mantel made with the wood of my choice and I'm having a little difficulty deciding. It can be oak, pine, pecan, ash, cedar, etc. Any suggestions?
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    Those are all good wood options.
ycity wrote:Nov 1, 2013
  • ycity
    Thanks so much for your reply. Please confirm a few things. Is the trim only applied to top and not bottom? Is the trim piece a half round? I attached the half round I found at lowes. Do you by chance know the dimensions of the trim piece you used? Did you do anything similar to door and window casings to match? Very thankful for your response, even if not all details are available?
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    I don't recall the exact profiles we used but recommend you try making a mock up to see how you like it in your space. Thanks and I hope I've been of help!
duhpreston wrote:Dec 9, 2012
  • duhpreston
    Thank you. I live in Abilene. I know a builder that uses this type of beam in his new homes--maybe he can give me the name of a supplier. Are you in Austin? Thanks again, Deborah Preston
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    Yes, we are in Austin. You may want to reach out to a local wood supplier named Abrose Taylor if you cannot find someone in Abeline.
ks1983 wrote:Feb 26, 2014
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    Not sure who makes the planters but glad you like them. ?
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9182736 wrote:Nov 5, 2012
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    That rug was the homeowners and I do not have information on where it is available. I do believe it was purchased in Austin. A local interior designer might be able to assist you on finding it or one very similar. Thanks!
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    Linda Rose
    I have an old brick fireplace and want to make it lighter brighter. How?
windflower wrote:Jan 20, 2012
  • marygracel
    Does anyone know brick color?
  • sambuceto
    Looks similar to the Eldorado Castello Brick
raspfire wrote:Nov 22, 2013
  • im4sha
    How did you white wash the brick?
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          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          erikaward
          Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Adding Color to Your Blank CanvasMay 17, 2011

          Work that brick wall. I admit I've never met a brick wall I didn't like — unless it prevented me from getting to something I wanted. Play up this architectural feature by making it a focal point of the space. Its variation in color and its texture add interest to the space, free of charge!

          becky
          Becky Harris added this to Modern Icons: X Marks the SpotMar 1, 2011

          These leather-topped folding stools are like camp chairs that grew up, had a movie makeover montage scene and turned out super hot. They also play off the X-base coffee table in the area beyond, tying together the two gathering spaces visually.

          lilygahagan
          Lily Gahagan added this to Design Details: Raise a Rad LanternJan 19, 2011

          A filigreed light feels almost sculptural hanging in the corner of this room.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          emilysusan1977
          emilysusan1977 added this to FireplaceMar 22, 2019

          Brick as feature wall around fireplace. Could put plain drywall around tv, full wall of brick around fireplace. Separator between dining and living. Holds/joins together two spaces

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