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I love the trim, color and floors in this hallway

grey & white Interesting that the crown molding is painted gray to blend with the upper portion of the wall. Molding around the doors and paneling on the walls.

I need this in my life. Seeing as I spend most of my evenings in with Karl watching tele. Gotta do it in style!

30 Impossibly Cozy Places You Could Die Happy In

Pearmain - Border Oak - oak framed houses, oak framed garages and structures.

Cottage decor living room interiors Pearmain - Border Oak - oak framed houses, oak framed garages and structures.

Such pretty pantry / kitchen shelves.

Looks like a good list of items to have in pantry for gluten-free cooking. keep it simple, keep it fresh: revamped gluten free pantry list

Edwardian entryway with encaustic tiled floor.  (encaustic: ceramic tiles in which the pattern or figure on the surface is not a product of the glaze but of different colors of clay).(Edwardian period officially 1901-1910 but up to 1919.)

Lovely Floor: Edwardian entryway with encaustic tiled floor. (encaustic: ceramic tiles in which the pattern or figure on the surface is not a product of the glaze but of different colors of clay).(Edwardian period officially but up to

A beautiful lantern and lamps on console table...Full details on Modern Country Style blog: Swedish/French Style Victorian House Tour

Chalky Downs / Dusted Moss Modern Country Style: The Best Paint Colours For Small Hallways Click through for details. Dulux Chalky Downs

Fabulous entry

A Victorian Home in London by Marianne Cotterill

Find modern decorating inspiration from our room-by-room house tour of designer Marianne Cotterill's eclectic Victorian mansion. Find decorating ideas from its classic and kitsch working together in quirky harmony

Entering into the narrow hallway, the palest of taupe paints above the dado rail, and a chalky, putty paint tone on the panelling below combine to set the tone for the whole house. Period details abound in this home....Full details on Modern Country Style blog: Swedish/French Style Victorian House Tour

Entering into the narrow hallway, the palest of taupe paints above the dado rail, and a chalky, putty paint tone on the panelling below. This is the shape of our hallway- should I put a picture rail up so we can have two colours on the walls?