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Family room - transitional medium tone wood floor family room idea in Atlanta with beige walls —  Houzz
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imani293 wrote:Feb 23, 2013
  • Aimee Escher
    Serena and Lily has similar chair called the Miramar for $1,550. It's got turned legs.
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    Paula Forsyth Design
    Chairs might be from A. Rudin. Sold through designers.
hcutie4 wrote:Jan 18, 2011
  • caitlan1978
    SummerHouse, do you know the name of the fabric? I've been on the Schumacher website and can't track it down....
  • dmlatham
    This fabric is by Braemore and the pattern name is comes in different colors...several places carry it online.
cfitz wrote:Jun 12, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    Those are handsome hunks too!
  • leahgreer

    Still having a hard time finding a similar coffee table anymore suggestions?

kimberlyanne01 wrote:Oct 21, 2012
  • Stephanie Nunmaker
    Calico Corners Fioretto Graphite
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    Loom Decor
    we would be able to customize drapes for you in a very similar fabric. please direct message us for more information!
    happy decorating!:)
bronskibeat wrote:Sep 13, 2011
leahgreer wrote:Aug 30, 2015
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    Studio 1212

    I can make one for you.....message me



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mwolf38 wrote:May 4, 2012
  • Denise Cooney
    Where can I find the coffee table?
Alyssa Anderson wrote:Feb 28, 2012
00012 wrote:Jul 14, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Flax Seed is a similar color.
catsachs wrote:Dec 18, 2016
    Laurence wrote:Mar 2, 2014
      alawagner wrote:Nov 23, 2013
        asampullen28 wrote:Apr 6, 2013

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          Becky Harris added this to City View: Atlanta's Design Style Warms to Many TastesApr 12, 2013

          These calm hues are especially good choices for transitional style.

          Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: TransitionalFeb 10, 2012

          Style Secret: Tone-on-Tone PalettesThe transitional look won’t necessarily suit color junkies. Warm neutrals rule: cream, taupe, tan, khaki, gray, with the occasional hint of chocolate or espresso brown thrown in to ground the palette. Patterns, if used at all, should be understated; skip the punchy florals and Pucci-esque prints. If you just can’t live without a jolt of color, keep it to a few strategic accents — for instance, you might repeat bright turquoise or saturated coral in a piece of artwork, a pair of lamps and a throw pillow or two.Look closer: This living area reads as monochromatic, yet it’s anything but boring. The reason: Strong furniture carries the space, and there’s just enough pattern from the curtains and the grain of the wooden coffee table to break up the swath of neutrals. Plus, the wide windows shed light on subtle shading variations in the walls, upholstery and rug.

          JASON BALL interior design added this to Find Your Window Treatment StyleFeb 9, 2012

          The structured shape of the drapery panels combined with a geometric fabric give these drapery panels a clearly defined role in this living room. While pattern and texture play a role, the architectural nature of the vertical lines of these drapery enhance the transitional living space.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          HU-463191157 added this to webuser_463191157's ideasJun 6, 2019

          Print. Could match cabinet paint

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