West Coast HamptonTraditional Dining Room, Portland

photographed by: Blackstone Edge

Inspiration for a large timeless dark wood floor and brown floor kitchen/dining room combo remodel in Portland with blue walls —  Houzz
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kandy smith wrote:January 17, 2011
  • SF

    We have very similar floors, minus the sheen. Do you have additional pictures?

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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    SF yes there are more images, look through the same project.

stephbalogh wrote:March 22, 2012
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    @Stephbalogh - this brand of rugs fills the racks at Home Goods, where we picked up the rug for a couple hundred dollars.
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    L Decor Nanaimo
    I love the rug too. Great space overall!
cesmith wrote:March 17, 2012
kandy smith wrote:September 27, 2011
marendaines wrote:June 4, 2014
Cara Schobert wrote:February 22, 2014
  • burghmom
    Where were the chairs in the adjacent room purchased? They would be perfect in my sunroom.
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    The home owner had owned these for several years, source not known.
kmjdesigns wrote:August 24, 2013
  • P W
    What color are the walls? Just enough blue without being too dark.
  • P W
    Just saw it. Thanks.
Gail Loftis wrote:July 11, 2013
ajland wrote:December 2, 2012
  • lindamarie1
    I have a client that loves the simplicity of the baseboards, hard to tell if there is any detailing on top. Can you please advise?
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Sorry we don't have access to these records from 2009.
k Km wrote:February 7, 2012
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    Milgard Windows & Doors

    Hi Garrison,


    We would love to feature this project on Milgard.com, could you email me at social@milgard.com?

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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    I apologize for the miscommunication on this answer...I went back and pulled site visit photos to ensure we were stating the correct vendor and these windows are from Sierra Pacific Windows. I hope this clarifies which company was used on this beautiful project.

beelbee wrote:January 25, 2011
  • beelbee
    Thanks; I'll take a look at that color.
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Hi Beelbee, we actually used Benjamin Moore Woodlawn Blue HC-147 the color porter mentioned will contain much to gold compared to what you're seeing here on the screen. Good luck!
jules9592 wrote:January 8, 2014
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cre8joy1 wrote:January 26, 2011
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Thanks so much cr8joy! So glad you enjoy our projects...we're fortunate to work with so many lovely clients. The chairs are actually part of a Stanley Furniture line that is since discontinued. But you might check out www.laylagrayce.com for some fun online shopping.
  • cre8joy1
    Thank you Garrison, Layla is a great site.
Daryl Dunlavy wrote:February 25, 2018
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    We found it at home goods back in 2009, so I'm not sure where you'd find it. Another houzz community member said it was Heritage Hall HE25 Blue by Nourison.

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athome8138 wrote:May 4, 2016
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    Check out the small green tags on our photos, we've tried to go through and notate items like paint colors, hope this will be a great starting point for your new project.

nanadias wrote:May 2, 2016
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    Check out the small green tags that highlight things such as wall color. If you're really intimidated about paint colors, check with your local paint store, they might have a referral list for color consultants...could help avoid an expensive misstep.

rswright wrote:March 25, 2015
dogoss wrote:December 7, 2014
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Sorry the firm doesn't have access to these records anymore since the house was complete in 2009 and our records weren't computerized at that time. We've learned though so if you have questions on other elements, feel free to ask!
Ross wrote:December 2, 2014
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Sorry the firm doesn't have access to these records anymore since the house was complete in 2009 and our records weren't computerized at that time. We've learned though so if you have questions on other elements, feel free to ask!
cegtottlieb wrote:July 30, 2014
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fredalbert
Fred Albert added this to Bulletproof Decorating: How to Pick the Right Kind of PaintJuly 22, 2014

Oil change. The most common types of paint are oil based and water borne. (You might know the latter as latex, but nowadays it’s typically an acrylic-based paint, which wears better.) While oil-based paint has traditionally been the tougher of the two, advances in water-borne paint have made it nearly as durable, and you don’t have to suffer through the painstaking cleanup, smell, yellowing and environmental hazard that you get with oil-based paints. (To reduce environmental impact even more, choose a low-VOC or no-VOC paint that produces fewer volatile organic compounds.) There are times when oil based is better, Daly concedes. But in most applications, a water-borne paint should be your first choice.

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to What Goes With Dark Wood Floors?July 7, 2014

10. Area Rugs to Define Zones or Cover UpFlooring too dark but you don’t want to redo it? One lovely option is to paint the walls pale blue with white trim, hang warm bamboo shades, and roll out area rugs in soft colors to define zones.Another way to work around too-dark flooring is by covering up as much as possible, using room-size area rugs. This works best in low-traffic areas like the bedroom.Tell us: Do you have dark wood floors? How do you decorate around them? Share your photos and tips in the Comments!More on HouzzWhat to Know Before Refinishing Your FloorsFind a proShop for products

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Pick-a-Paint Help: How to Create a Whole-House Color PaletteJune 30, 2013

Note which rooms are visible to one another. Walk through your house and note which spaces you can see from each room. Use a floor plan (a rough sketch is fine) to keep track. Adjoining rooms are part of this, but you may be able to see quite a bit farther — down a hall and into the kitchen, for instance. These notes will form the basis of your whole-house color plan, so keep them close at hand.

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Rachel Grace added this to Get a Soft Spot for Sea-Glass GreenJanuary 6, 2013

Colors similar to sea glass, like Benjamin Moore's Woodlawn Blue HC-147, also particularly thrive in light-filled spaces.Tell us: What hue gets your vote as 2013's most striking wall color?

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Woodlawn blue by Benjamin Moore

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