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White trim and a light ceiling keep this entry bright despite the sleek dark wood floors and black doors and furniture. A slightly warm gray on the walls keeps it feeling homey and welcoming.
How To Set Up Your Desk For Your Best Day At Work
You may have your work routine down to a science, from where you prefer to grab some quiet space to the exact time you take a lunch break. But there's on...
A Simple Kind of Life
Is it fair to say a paint color changed my life? Am I being a bit dramatic? Maybe. Seriously though, I have found a new love in a certain shade of gray (no pun intended towards the book - I've never read it). For some time now I've felt that something wasn't quite right in how our first floor was finished. I've swapped out pillows, added new wall art, switched rugs in and out, painted everything I can think of gold (kidding... sort of), and yet it still seemed so unfinished. It didn't feel…
A Welcoming Dental Office - Heather Scott Home & Design
One of the benefits of having the retail store is getting to know clients over time. One of our regular […]
Our finished floors
Well, almost finished. I still need to repaint all the base trim and install shoe moldings. But, the floors themselves are looking mighty fine! Here are the goods.... As you can see in these pictures, there is a lot of variation in the stain, which was pretty much unavoidable because of the condition of the floors. Many people think that refinishing is simply cosmetic, but that is simply not true. Much of the poly was rubbed away up here, and that made the wood very vulnerable to wet feet…
Dark Gray Walls Add Dining Room Drama
Anthony & Gregory’s 1912 Contemporary Craftsman Previous Roommark (Image: Marcia Prentice / Anthony & Gregory’s 1912 Contemporary Craftsman)