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jhalberg wrote:Jan 30, 2011
  • Courtney
    Does anyone know the exact ceiling color?
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    Heather Beuke Diers
    Did anyone find out the exact ceiling color?
Kate Samson wrote:Oct 25, 2013
btlayden wrote:Mar 24, 2015
  • 23451945
    What color are the walls?
  • Yuliya B

    what color are the wall? COULD you please please let us know? is wainscoat the same color as the walls?

designerbyday wrote:Jan 23, 2014
  • Christina Varnedoe
    What is this beautiful wall color?
  • hollybegonia
    What good is it to ask what the paint color is? The picture you're looking at will never be the same as the actual paint! Go to a store and match up whatever you're seeing on your device. Ask a pro at the store to help. Then test it on your own wall. In the end, you'll be much happier that way.
MelissaL wrote:Feb 2, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Valsar's Pirate Coast is a similar color.
  • MelissaL
    Do you think there is a faux finish as well? I can tell the wainscoting is but wondering about the walls. Also any thoughts on thus color with very dark wood floors and black doors?
Tamara wrote:Oct 2, 2012
  • Julie Dreiling
    What is the name of the trim paint color in this picture?
peasncarrots wrote:Sep 7, 2011
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    Bradford's Rug Gallery
    A piece like this is best found at your local rug store. It appears to be a rather larger(and gorgeous) antique and could be valued around $100K. I wish the pic showed more of the rug. good luck, this is my store:
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      Shane D. Inman added this to Designer's Touch: 10 First-Class FoyersJun 4, 2012

                      1. Bench seat. Whether you need to drop your bag, put your shoes on or take a breather from the day, a bench is the perfect piece of furniture for any foyer. Find a great-looking bench at your nearby flea market or antiques store, then paint it and reupholster it for maximum style.

                      Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to Dark Hardware Anchors a Light SpaceFeb 14, 2012

                      In a room where you're trying to achieve a glamorous feel, your first thought may be to stick with touches like chandeliers, mirrors and elegant fabrics. It may be tempting to choose a shimmering curtain rod and hardware, but choosing darker touches can add so much depth.

                      Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Go Beyond the White CeilingJan 14, 2012

                      The deep gray ceiling in this foyer allows the extra-deep crown moldings to stand out by contrast. Given the high ceilings and the traditional style of the home, the choice to paint the ceiling and antique the moldings created a much warmer look than pure white would have.

                      Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Frame Your Views With Great Moldings and CasingsAug 4, 2011

                      Do something crazy and wonderful: Paint the walls and moldings the same color but make the ceiling and doors pop with contrast, and in this case, a phenomenal door design.

                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                      amgray1 added this to entry7 days ago

                      Hmmm, maybe large mirror on one side and bench with statement art/photo art on the other? But I do like putting holiday decor and vases on my table.

                      Asma Ahmed added this to MillworkAug 26, 2019

                      Molding & Casings: Do something crazy and wonderful: Paint the walls and moldings the same color but make the ceiling and doors pop with contrast, and in this case, a phenomenal door design.

                      downsizzer159 added this to interiorsDec 25, 2018

                      painted ceiling with contrasting molding

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