Our clients wanted a classic, cozy, mountain lake house. Keep your eye out for rustic warm woods, iron, moody blue, and lots of texture.
We showed you the first webisode, and toured the dining and living spaces. Today we show you the living room! You’ll spot the moody blue in the pillows, but we kept everything else neutral. There’s natural materials like the marble and iron in the coffee table, and the warm leather chairs. The beautiful floral arrangement really ties everything together.
This hand-knotted rug has the softest texture, with brown, cream, and gray. The fireplace coordinates with the stone on the exterior, and we decided on white built-ins to keep things bright.
We stained the windows and doors a custom brown color that ties in with the floors.
We used vintage accessories and textiles. We found a cool antique console that we placed behind the sofa to really set the tone. We added baskets for function and form, of course!
This living room is perfect! May I ask what type of stone was used for the fireplace?
Are the floors Hallmark? Malibu? do you mind sharing the stain you used on the doors? LOVE this house!
These leather chairs!!!!! Where can I find!? I saw the similar ones but curious to where they are from.
Would you share where you found the coffee table? Great job with this house!
Love this look! Could you please share where you bought the couches from?Shirley
Hi! They’re custom made!
What type of window treatments are you using on the casement windows and nano doors? Love how streamlined it looks with drapes.
Wonderful space! Are you using BM White Dove paint on the walls PLUS the trim? OR are you using a different color for the trim?
Yep, same for both!
Gorgeous!! Could you please share the name of the leather accent chairs and where to get them please!!! <3
Love everything McGee studios does. I live in a South Fla, I wonder if the look would stay the same with maybe different art.
Hi! Can the two handled urn on the coffee table be bought through McGee & Co?Thanks!
Hi! Love everything in this house!! Beautiful!!!In S M Ranch remodel- I would love to know the source of the white/ivory sofa with 3 cushions with the blue pillows ( the one with the cool antique console that you guys place behind the sofa) I would like to order the sofa but in your video not mention the model or source where is come from?. Thank you!!!
HI!! Thanks so much!!! It’s actually custom made!!
What brand/color is this flooring? So beautiful!
When you use the same paint color for the walls and trim, do you use the same sheen? What sheen(s) do you use? Eggshell, semigloss?
Hi! eggshell walls, flat ceiling, satin trim!
I absolutely love your style!
Could you please tell me stain color of the wood windows and doors ? Love everything about this house !!!!Thank you
Thanks so much! It was actually custom made by our builder!
Would you please kindly share where we could buy the ceramic table lamp? I searched on your website and didn’t find it listed.
Beautiful space you have created!! Would you mind sharing where you got your gorgeous table lamp from? Or where to look for more like that? It is so unique and special! Thank you for your help.
What type of wood did you use for the beautiful beams in the sm ranch house?
Such a beautiful home! I love the color and tone of the wood for the beams and windows. Can you share what kind of wood and or stain? I would love to have something similar in our remodel.Thanks,Jess
what are these wood floors?
Could you tell me the type of wood your beams and trim are? Also what finish? We are building a new home and am trying to find a wood/finish color that is like the color in yours! I love it!
Love everything about this home! Y’all did a beautiful job with it. Do you mind sharing the type of wooden floors and stain? Also, what is the green paint color? Love it!
Omg! love! Who was your builder?
Can you PLEASE share the custom color that was used on the floors and beams? I’m having such a hard time finding a color like this. It’s gorgeous!
Ok. This is exquisite. Do you ever share sources of flooring, paint, stain, builder, type of wood and source for casing, windows, etc?There is another designer out of South Carolina who bundles her choices for projects she has done into packages that she sells for a fee (something like this room she charges $500). I would pay for that info. Let us know if you do this! I don’t blame you for not sharing, putting that together is a valued skill.
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