Summit Signature Homes, Inc.Transitional Living Room, Chicago

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Example of a large transitional open concept medium tone wood floor living room design in Chicago with a bar, a standard fireplace, a wall-mounted tv, beige walls and a stone fireplace —  Houzz
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Home Bunch wrote:October 19, 2014
  • jah1108

    Hello! Can you please tell me what size beams you used?


  • Joel Plotkin

    Me too- any beam details would be great. Solid? or Faux paint grade? Width of each member (looks like 2"?) height of beams (looks like 7-10"?)

    Thank you.

rjhawk1 wrote:August 6, 2015
dmwinter2 wrote:December 16, 2016
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  • mamahaase

    I have been searching for a chrome circular chandelier like this with no luck. Do you know the manufacturer? Thanks!

Lynn Allman wrote:November 30, 2015
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    Cliff House Designs LLC

    Can you tell me what the color or stain is on the beams is and what material they are made out of? Thank you!

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    Summit Signature Homes, Inc.

    Yes! These beams were custom built on-site; they are made of Douglas Fir with a custom blended light-gray stain.

Elizabeth Barnes Design wrote:January 30, 2015
wraymar wrote:January 31, 2016
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    Summit Signature Homes, Inc.

    Hello! This flooring is a white oak, with a custom white-wash finish.

  • Deanna Barton

    could you elaborate on this color? I am trying to achieve this color with no luck blending with my flooring contractor. :(


Sara Norman wrote:January 28, 2016
christinepia wrote:January 4, 2016
Heather McCormack wrote:June 11, 2015
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    Summit Signature Homes, Inc.

    Yes! These beams were custom built on-site; they are made of Douglas Fir with a custom blended light-gray stain.

  • pdkossis

    What is the size of the beams used to make the trusses.

Faisal Khan wrote:January 13, 2017
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    Summit Signature Homes, Inc.

    Hello there! Please further explain your question or reference the other answers of this flooring. thanks!

ancaster wrote:November 30, 2016
Ruth Campbell wrote:August 3, 2016
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    Summit Signature Homes, Inc.

    Hi there and thank you! This wood mantle was designed and built custom for this house.

snydercathyl wrote:April 4, 2016
joyce cheney wrote:February 15, 2016
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    Summit Signature Homes, Inc.

    Hello and thanks for noticing this detail- :) These are from a local craft store actually!

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jqb construction, inc. wrote:January 11, 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

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    Toronto Interior Design Group added this to Capture the Eye: How to Identify and Work With Focal PointsOctober 31, 2016

    Multiple ChoiceCan you identify the focal point in this room? Many people would say it is the fireplace and TV wall, around which the furniture is arranged. Others might say it is the vast, dramatic window wall with a great view to nature that’s “on” all day. Others still might pick the ceiling — epically high with bold accents and a commanding chandelier. Here’s what I would pick: all of the above. The idea that a room must have one singular focal point is a myth. Rooms are complex, with multiple features and functions, so it makes sense that we accept them having more than one focal point.

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