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Changes:

  1. Replace the beyond-repair
  2. tin ceiling with a plaster version
  3. Installing beadboard along
  4. its lower walls
  5. The antique table
  6. Chairs
  7. Rug
  8. Wrought-iron chandelier


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Changes:
Reclaimed barnwood paneling serves pretty and looks cozy.



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Changes:

  • A 60-inch round marble tabletop
  • A durable, indoor-outdoor sisal rug


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Changes:

  • Outdoorsy past with glass doors that open onto the garden
  • Installing walls of glass doors in the dining room
  • I resisted “civilizing” the walls, either leaving the clapboard intact or exposing the Mondrian-like framework beneath it


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Changes:

  • Removed the structure’s dropped ceilings and drywall
  • Sanded the pine floors and stained them a rich ebony
  • Mid century Woodard Chairs
  • Crafted the dining table out of wood salvaged from a bowling lane
  • Oversize light
  • Walls are painted High-Gloss White by Behr


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Changes:

  • Rather than waste the wide hallway as a repository for coats and keys, re-imagined it as a dining room
  • Enter hall with paint contrasting a light-reflecting high-gloss white (Silver Satin by Benjamin Moore) with dramatic gray-black trim
  • Iron chandeliers


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Changes:

  • A wheeled iron cart by Arhaus Furniture
  • Reclaimed-elm stools by Arhaus Furniture


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Changes:

  • The chestnut trim and window frame
  • Equally deep values of purple from glassware to the transferware plate to the flowers (potted violas).
  • A natural sea-grass rug from Home Decorators
  • Linen curtains from Ikea anchor the room
  • Supplied striking contrast with the handsome dark wood floors
  • Darker legs of the linen-upholstered armchairs


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Changes:

  • The walls were stenciled with silver paint and finished with bronze highlights
  • Benjamin Moore’s Super White freshened up a 30-year-old Saarinen table
  • Plastic floor mat


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Changes:

  • A wallpaper
  • Schumacher Chenonceau paper
  • Traditional Paper Cutting Reminiscent
  • A round table by Ballard Designs
  • Crate & Barrel’s white bentwood chairs
  • Linen drapes

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