Paint - Benjamin Moore Stone Hearth (walls) and Benjamin Moore Alabaster (trim) Curtains – Marrakesh in Cobblestone from Lewis and Sheron in Atlanta; Rod and hardware is Barley Twist from Antique Drapery Rod Company Bamboo shades – JC Penney in pecan Floor - unstained white oak Rug - Indoor/Outdoor Leopard by Ballard Designs
Here is a great example of what American Colonial homes looked like. "the Early American style is more casual and rustic. It was certainly considered to be much more comfortable. For the Early American room, most early 20th C. designers favored painted walls and woodwork. Early American furniture tended to be a little heavier. Antiques were more likely farm furnishings"
Colman House, West Seattle. White oak is the principal wood in the house. The carved grape-and-leaf pattern on the newel post repeats the pattern in Batchelder tiles in living room and library fireplaces, and ties these rooms together visually. The wall paneling is new.