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Inspiration for a beach style family room remodel in Boston

The PassageBeach Style Family Room, Boston

Before Siemasko + Verbridge got their hands on this house, it was a convoluted maze of small rooms and skinny hallways. The renovation made sense of the layout, and took full advantage of the captivating ocean views. The result is a harmonious blend of contemporary style with classic and sophisticated elements. The “empty nest” home is transformed into a welcoming sanctuary for the extended family of kids and grandkids.

Photo Credit: Josh Kuchinsky

Inspiration for a beach style family room remodel in Boston —  Houzz
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This photo has 6 questions
geriperlman wrote:Nov 19, 2013
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    Thanks for your question. I believe the table is 3' in diameter. It can be purchased here http://bddw.com/
srwidlitz wrote:Sep 2, 2013
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    Thanks for your question. We don't have a record of where that light was purchased.
pmarshall1 wrote:Nov 28, 2012
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    Thanks for your question. Unfortunately, these bookshelves were custom made based off the clients needs. For their privacy we do not release plans of any kind. Thanks for your interest.
adubs04 wrote:Oct 14, 2012
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    The dark wall paint is Farrow & Ball - Mouse's Back No. 40.

    As a reminder, colors are very difficult to replicate. There are many variables that change the tone and look of the actual color, such as lighting and its surroundings. Even your computer screen and the photography of this room can change the appearance of the actual color. We always recommend hiring a color professional or visiting your local Benjamin Moore store to help choose the best color for your space.
loubecci wrote:Feb 20, 2012
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    Sorry that this answer may be long overdue, but better late then never! The table is from http://bddw.com/

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to 12 Ways Art and Books Can Tell Your StoryOct 2, 2012

8. Create a library corner in any room with a round table. Tall bookcases are a welcome addition, of course, but a round table piled with heavy tomes can also stand alone as a mini library. Lean art on the wall or windowsill nearby to add another layer of interest. If you do have a tall bookcase, try pushing a demilune or long, narrow console table right up against it and stack more books on top.

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Seaside Shingle Style Gets Modern EdgeJun 21, 2012

Upstairs on the main bedroom floor, the wife has her own library. All of the built-in shelves were part of the renovation and now house all the childrens' and young adult books. "Of course with her background as a children's librarian, she has all of these books logically organized," says Verbridge.Table: BDDW

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lisa Greason added this to lisa_greason's ideasJan 20, 2018

Maybe a table like this could be an option? Small enough but could add leaves to expand seating

michelecheney added this to Living roomJan 7, 2018

wish we had space for a games table

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