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In the '60s and '70s there was that awful faux-wood paneling all over living rooms. And now we're seeing the emergence of a different kind of wood paneling — less rustic, more elegant, and strangely perfect for a modern space.
beautifully renovated by Architect David-Buergler, Designer Dara Rosenfeld and builder-Paul Conrado.We bought this house for both the location and for its potential but pretty much everything needs to be updated.Nothing has been done to this home since 1976 and I mean nothing!Fortunately the room gets plenty of light from the two French doors and a large window. This is the same view as photo number one but a different time of day. The dining room with stained wood trim and Chinoiserie wallpaper I do see that the hall is white, wood trim and all.A million thanks again for including it in your blog! The style of this home is from the Federal Period which spanned from about 1780-1830. Another view of the dining room with the Chinoiserie wallpaper A close-up of the knotty pine wood paneling, that indeed, has been lime-washed.