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Settlers Creek Chalet
put some feelers out on your question to the builder and got an answer to your question. They said the the furniture was actually purchased from American Furniture which has many locations in Colorado and Lilli's Lighting & Decor located in Frisco, Colorado.
Turan Designs, Inc.
The corner cab appears to be less deep than the cabinet next to it. Was this customized to fit or a standard size cabinet? Love the angles in this kitchen! Do you know the size of the room and/or island?
Looks like 8" wide plank pine. I would say Minwax Early American, Puritan Pine mixture. Look at our website for more of the same. Www.authenticpinefloors.com. Really inexpensive floor with a great look!!!!
The owner purchased them prior to the remodel, but look at Crate and Barrel furniture or American Leather - they both have similar choices and a great assortment of fabrics / leathers.
Insignia Kitchen and Bath Design Studio
Not your aunt's country kitchen
Thanks for the inquiry. The floors are 5" feild finished White Oak to be exact. Stain color is a custom blend in the Early American tone. Hope this helps.
as built-in units by adding a trim kit. Variations: Dozens of options for wattage, size and finish are available. There doesn't seem to be much standardization with this appliance. When to use: I like to put countertop microwaves in niches, on shelves with cookbooks or hidden away behind a pocket door
Little Girl's Bedroom
I think the bed is Young American by Stanley
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Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
13 Summer Island
Thanks for asking. This is steamed American Black Walnut with a clear stain.
casing is around 6" it is flat casing with a beaded edge and yes there is a separate back band which makes it custom. Most millwork suppliers have standard backbands.
( to complete the so called dimensions or idea of this room we have)that faces the foot of the bed same width as the wall in this picture 1 with 2 standard windows and the kingbed; it has 2 french doors in the middle of that wall. the ceiling is a tray or trey ceiling with that ugly popcorn texture except
you use to describe these popular winter warmers will depend on where you come from. Australians typically use Doona and quilt, Brits use duvet and Americans use comforter. Bedding shops in Australia tend to avoid Doona (which is a trademarked product) in favour of continental quilt. They can be filled