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  • Meg Garner

    her den was panelled in barn wood and was stained blue when it was installed 35 years ago. The color has patinaed over time and it now resembles the hugely on-trend silvery, limed wood that’s showing up in every design magazine out there. Her paneling is much darker (and more blue) than this photo, but it is still in the family of this look:

  • Alicia Manzano

    Belgian Villa Rozenhout. Interior decoration by owner Edouard Vermeulen. This picture is on the front cover of the book "The Houses of VERANDA" by Lisa Newsom. Lisa is the founder and former editor-in-chief of the Veranda magazine

  • Heather Brumbelow

    $48, Interior design-a-holics will salivate over The Houses of VERANDA, which invites readers to view the stunning interiors of 30 homes. Step inside the finest interiors, all decorated by the world's best and most influential designers. From traditional to modern, you’ll find something to inspire you, no matter where your style tendencies lean.

  • Cindy Hess Boldan

    painted wood paneled walls | wood wall Veranda magazine via interiorandgardendesign Dont Paint ...

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Mmm, the wash effect with the molding framed panels and the plain furniture and yellow hued artwork.

Primary colors at work. Veranda Magazine

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We are in Alabama, where after years of neglect, the old building that housed a club for men only – the Harmony-has been converted into a dwelling. But what appears to be a hasty move is actually the result of choices very accurate. Take for example, peeling walls, which were kept in their original form thanks to a protective matte polyurethane varnish. Or the great nineteenth century furniture, bought at the auction at a very low price

Wood ceiling plus the color, then throw in that gaudy chandelier, & I'm in love;)

a simple little outdoor area for dining... {credited to Veranda Magazine}

I could never live in this modern & simple of a space...but I love the look. I'll save it for my vacations ;)

Outdoor spaces count! The white painted lattice should make this affordable and beautiful.