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Example of a coastal living room design in Orange County with gray walls

The Sandberg HomeBeach Style Living Room, Orange County

Tara Bussema © 2011 Houzz

Example of a coastal living room design in Orange County with gray walls —  Houzz
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pas1322 wrote:Dec 3, 2013
  • sarena
    Did anyone find out the paint color?? It looks like the same throughout the beach house? BM Wedgewood Grey perhaps?
  • sarena
    Okay confused, it's seal gray
sheenaducharme wrote:Jun 4, 2012
  • Susie
    Where can I buy the green and white pillows please
  • gretchensumner
    where are the white spindle dining chairs from?
hnielsen wrote:Mar 4, 2012
  • fuzzytowel
    Yes, I also believe they are the Abacus dining chair which comes in brown or black from wholesaler Noir and painted white and reupholstered. See the actual chair at: www.noirfurniturela.com/product/details/GCHA202D1?category=Dining%20Chairs
  • Isabel San Vargas

    I love these chairs. Thank for posting this information.

Deborah Quirantes wrote:May 13, 2013
  • carisakuo
    Did you find out what cushions these were? didn't see any at ikea
  • Shana Striha
    I think those are the Djupvik cushions. $30 cdn each.
swese wrote:Mar 4, 2012
queenmaureen wrote:Nov 19, 2013
hinghammom wrote:Aug 26, 2013
  • barste127
    kitchen chairs - where purchased
sumama wrote:Mar 5, 2012
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    Tara Bussema
    Baby Seal by Dunn Edwards. :)
Maureen McGough Interior Design wrote:Jul 29, 2015
    charlicecil wrote:Jul 19, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      kate7249
      Kate Shaw added this to Spotted: A Cane ComebackApr 24, 2018

      Or double the appeal with a pair of chairs.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to Dive Into Palm Beach StyleMay 7, 2012

      Palm Beachers are never afraid to go bold, and they love their wicker. This room is eclectic and soft yet unified and crisp.

      tarachristine
      Tara Bussema added this to My Houzz: Cool and Coastal Newport Beach HomeFeb 26, 2012

      Amanda's biggest design dilemma was the upstairs great room. The large, open space was a blank canvas with lots of potential and many options for furniture placement. Amanda eventually solved the dilemma by focusing the seating area around the fireplace and keeping the dining table parallel with the kitchen. This room is another great example of elevating budget-friendly pieces to a level of elegance. Amanda combined two black chairs from Ikea with higher-end textiles and a custom-made zebra ottoman. The cool blues and greens play well with the bold, contrasting black and white patterns.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      lucyolivers
      lucyolivers added this to Living Room Ideas5 days ago

      kinda like the classic mixed with the trellis pillows and zebra ottoman

      everdebz
      everdebz added this to use of blackJan 13, 2019

      only grey -- paint called Baby Seal Black -- with plenty of white and hits of warm....

      amy_lafalce
      Amy LaFalce added this to Amy's ideasAug 31, 2018

      this is funky and cool but I think rich would hate it!

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