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Transitional light wood floor family room photo in Other with gray walls —  Houzz
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nottlark wrote:November 2, 2013
  • tkisway
    Me too. I want them for my living room!
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    Andrea Brooks Interiors

    The side chairs are from Hickory Chair. I'm not sure if they are still available as they were purchased from a retail design store several years ago.

Sarah Nelson wrote:January 13, 2013
  • ryanfarmer83

    What is the lower paint color? It appears there are two shades in there

  • annie2725
    I am fixing to paint my house. I picked this color out as a accent wall. I love it. Now seeing it in this picture it doesn't look as dark as I thought it is.
madisonpiercee wrote:August 14, 2013
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    Dunn Edwards has a very similar color. The dark one is DE6335 Novelty Navy and the lighter one is DE6368 Walrus
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    Andrea Brooks Interiors
    Sherwin Williams Peppercorn
tirzahanddoug wrote:March 16, 2013
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    Andrea Brooks Interiors
    This rug was purchased from Hadidi rug dealers in Little Rock, Arkansas.
  • elly77
    I love colour combination of - blue, purple, red, grey - all my favourite. Tables are so beautiful.
babyshop wrote:February 4, 2013
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    Andrea Brooks Interiors
    This is the Rittenhouse chandelier from Arteriors. You can find online.
  • jesse108

    Is this the smaller or larger Rittenhouse? 26" or 42"?

jen5515 wrote:October 21, 2013
Christine Brown wrote:July 9, 2013
Candice G wrote:May 2, 2013
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    Andrea Brooks Interiors
    They are the original blueprints for this home that I had custom framed.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Tailorly, Professional Home Organizing added this to Decluttering Help: What to Do When Too Many Things ‘Spark Joy’February 20, 2018

3. Let go of decor items you don’t display. It’s OK to store decorative objects or artwork that you rotate in to your home. But if you are saving items with no display intentions, I recommend freeing yourself of them.My father was an architect, and my mother recently gave me piles of his work. Seeing his designs and blueprints reminds me of his life and legacy and of how hard he worked to achieve his goals. These items bring me joy, and I want to keep them all. But I know that if I don’t display them, they are merely piles of paper. So I plan to select my favorites, frame them for display, offer the remaining items to my sister and then discard the rest. The few items I’ve kept from my father evoke just as much joy and depth of memories as would boxes of his memorabilia, minus the clutter weight.This photo shows blueprints of the home that the owner had framed — a striking way to appreciate something that might have otherwise been folded up in a box. Alternatively, if something is valuable to you but doesn’t flow with your decor, be sure to protect it from damage by storing it correctly. Nonetheless, I don’t recommend you store a lot — only a few of your favorites.Shop for frames in the Houzz Shop

Laura Gaskill added this to Do You Have a Signature Color? Here's How to Find and Use ItJanuary 23, 2013

How to Use Your ColorGather inspiration. Have some fun figuring out how to apply it in your life. Start by creating a Houzz ideabook devoted to your color and filling it with inspirational pictures. Or if you want something more hands-on, use tear sheets from magazines to create an inspiration board.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lida Kulepova added this to ГостинаяJuly 10, 2019

Синий и фиолетовый, серый можно на одну или две стены

Janell M added this to Family RoomMay 30, 2019

Purple chairs and table and wall color

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