I love this for above the pool table
Love the sleekness of this one for over the bar. Or the one you texted me.
This one is beautiful.
Super cool but goes a little mid-century.
The stone is cool
Digging the vibe of mixed elements from ceiling to pulling to stone o fireplace over to a wall. Great blend of modern plus rustic.
Kind of both here - I like it and don't. Something isn't right about it.
How far out of the box do we go here? A whole wall of stone? Stained wood? I don't know anymore. So what do I like here... I like the texture, I like the calm feeling of natural colors.
I know this is more modern but I like how it feels high end and still warm.
I like they have ample room for a lamp inside the bookcase, and would like to do the same - at least to the right.
Interesting thought about the brick or some sort of textured stone? Does everything depend on what we do for the backsplash in the kitchen later? I know Todd likes both traditional and more modern - think Obstacle One as he loves the look in that place where both are blended. I don't know how to incorporate the high end designer look and warm home feel all at the same time here. I really don't know how to get there but am sure you do. Whatever you say, we'll do! Nothing is sacred or set in stone here when it comes to the furnishings and lighting in the living room & foyer. If something has to go, be painted, upholstered, returned, replaced... whatever needs to be done to tie everything together, just say the word. I'll need help deciding what to do about chairs, tables, ottoman, etc. and placement - with what should be looked for to purchase, and or ordered. Sofa, recliner chair, piano, mirror in foyer are the only items we have to work with that need to stay. Although I'm not as sure about Todds chair as he is and wonder if we could move it to his downtown office as he wants to put the two swivel chairs he has now into the reception area - leaving us an option for another cha...
I do like the low drawers for underneath the window ledge area, and am thinking some low cupboards (22"-28"H) would be a good idea instead of just open bookcases top to bottom.
I like the simple columns and mantle as it's not fussy but has heft to it.
Glass shelves - warm feel
Trimmed out wall
Cozy dark feel for man wing?
I do love me a lit bookcase. Mike said he has an electrician who can do whatever and place lights, outlets, etc. where needed.
Fun idea for maybe doing on the wall by pool table - seats can easy swing out for use but tuck under and away out of walkways
More of the low profile trim. Our fireplace will be to the floor like Julies, and I do like the soapstone on hers too. I'm not sure how far out the firplace will extend from the wall so I'll call Fireplace Gallery in Nunica and ask what the specs will be - we do have the one window, far left on the wall to contend with. Fireplace and tv wll be centered on the whole wall, leaving room for a bookcase on the right - thinking no bottom cabinets
Kitchen island lights?
This is so satisfying to look at
I like how everything pulls together well with a mix
We discusssed adding a small counter on the wall by the pool table, much like this
Ok... I do like the feeling of the TV tucked into something and surrounded - not just flat on the wall.
Like what they did with tv, appears to be a built-in set up. The lit shelves on both sides and space unerneath...
Could this be any sexier?! Great vibe. I like the use of the lamps. Great texture on the wall - I'm drawn to the darker shades, and again with the ceiling
I like the feel and blend again
I like the mix with the traditional panel, modern wall, and the light fixtures - curved end of the bar is fun but not sure we'd have room to pull it off
Can't quite put my finger on what appeals to me - perhaps the ceiling, the contrast, feels transitional - like you'd want to sit and stay as it feels comfortable
storage drawers to keep the "fun" hidden from view as Todd does not want it out on display