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Country Red Living Room Ideas and Designs

Weston, CT Mid 19th Century Barn Renovation -  Family Room into Kitchen
Weston, CT Mid 19th Century Barn Renovation - Family Room into Kitchen
Susan Anderson Design, White Birch Studio
Another shot of the family room that looks into the kitchen. Oversized, worn leather chairs enhance the cozy, well-lived-in feel.
Passive House Retreat
Passive House Retreat
ZeroEnergy Design
This vacation residence located in a beautiful ocean community on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
Miscellaneous projects
Miscellaneous projects
Taylor'ed Curtains
We paired a red floral and a red plaid for a darling country-style valance. Complimented by red trim, it was the cherry on top in the living room. HomStyl
Dubuque farmhouse kitchen remodel and addition
Dubuque farmhouse kitchen remodel and addition
Julie Kardatzke Architect, LLC
The upper level of the addition contains the new living room, which has a cozy reading nook with built-in bookshelves, drawers, lighting and a custom cushion. The living room also includes a wood-burning stove and vaulted ceiling.
U-Fabulous Home Tour: Refined Rancher
U-Fabulous Home Tour: Refined Rancher
u-fab interiors - fabric, furniture, fabrication
Professional design services by Tommie Hutcheson of U-Fab. For full tour: http://www.u-fab.com/u-fab-home-tour/u-fabulous-home-tour-refinedrancher/ Photos by Carley Hamilton, ufabstore.com
Hybrid Timberframe
Hybrid Timberframe
Mibroc Group
This timber-frame home boasts hand glazed tiles, a massive stone fireplace and hardwood floors set against the picturesque backdrop of the lake seen through the large windows that dominate the view-side of the house. The custom millwork throughout the home is amazing and blends perfectly with granite, marble and hand-painted tiles sourced from all over the world. Built into the side of the sloping lot the design provides a spacious walk out with decks and open areas facing the lake below. The best testament to this project are the home owners own words “who else can say that after 13 months of building, you would still be friends with your contractor!”
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