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post #856 of 1906
Couple of quick shots of my place which is now on the market.






lefty
post #857 of 1906
Beautiful, I love it.
post #858 of 1906
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lefty
Its country on the left and chic on the right.
post #859 of 1906
Lefty, while I might have done one or two things a bit differently myself, I love it love it love it.
post #860 of 1906
i miss living in a craftsman.
post #861 of 1906
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Beautiful, I love it.

Thanks.

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Its country on the left and chic on the right.

It's the mullet of living rooms.

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Lefty, while I might have done one or two things a bit differently myself, I love it love it love it.

We have a lot of Asian furniture and art but still love post-modern. Fortunately, the Arts & Crafts house makes it work.

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i miss living in a craftsman.

I will too.

lefty
post #862 of 1906
Lefty, that's some gorgeous wood!
post #863 of 1906
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Lefty, that's some gorgeous wood!

That's what she sa. . .

The floors are 100+ year-old Heart Pine in 12'-15' lengths. The trim/baseboards/wainscoting/pillars is all Chestnut. Both woods are pretty much unavailable now. I'll post a few more shots when I get them back from the agent. There's an open foyer with a 20' ceiling and a wall of leaded windows along the landing.

Extensive gardens on .3 of an acre.

For sale, Ed. 22 minutes to Penn or the PATH in Hoboken with a great school system.

lefty
post #864 of 1906
Few more. . .

Living Room:


Fireplace:


Foyer looking into Dining Room:


Foyer looking into Living Room:


Rear of foyer:


Looking back to front entrance:


Looking upstairs:


Looking down from landing:


Dining Room:


DR fireplace:


lefty
post #865 of 1906
carpeted stairs? why!
post #866 of 1906
Lefty, I like that a lot.


- B
post #867 of 1906
Really awesome. Totally my kind of place. I, too, really like Asian stuff as well as some of the cleaner lines of much modern stuff. Our new place is going to have a strong Arts and Crafts flavor as well; I hope we can do it up as well as you have. I think we have a lot of furnishing challenges ahead. Love love LOVE the fireplaces.
post #868 of 1906
Wow. Amazing house. Probably my favorite in this thread. It's immaculately decorated, but seems very lived in at the same time.
post #869 of 1906
Killer place.
post #870 of 1906
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carpeted stairs? why!
The entire first floor was carpeted. The bathrooms were pink chintz. And the kitchen was blue colonial. I ripped out the carpet but left the stairs with the idea that I would refinish them and put in a decent runner. Never got around to it and to tell the truth there's an awful lot of wood here. Urban cabin-look as GDL called it.
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Lefty, I like that a lot. - B
Thanks.
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Really awesome. Totally my kind of place. I, too, really like Asian stuff as well as some of the cleaner lines of much modern stuff. Our new place is going to have a strong Arts and Crafts flavor as well; I hope we can do it up as well as you have. I think we have a lot of furnishing challenges ahead. Love love LOVE the fireplaces.
The LR fireplace is killer, though I don't think the top or the stucco is original. It has 13 of these inlaid tiles which I was secretly hoping were handmade by FL Wright, but alas.
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Wow. Amazing house. Probably my favorite in this thread. It's immaculately decorated, but seems very lived in at the same time.
Thanks. It is very very lived in and it is easy to do so. Unfortunately I am in the process of removing a number of lights I had made as I just can't bring myself to sell them with the house. Here's a worm's eye view of the one in the foyer.
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Killer place.
Cheers. lefty
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