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Jones Clayton Construction
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Elevations
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commonly brings to mind white stucco, glass walls and flat roofs. These are the characteristics of three important styles that developed between World War I and World War II. Art deco, art moderne and International styles sprouted from the age of the machine. Developed countries around the world had all
What do you like about this photo? This is a great example of a compromise between a completely clean and austere aesthetic and a design modality that is steeped in history. Clean, hard lines, concrete glass and stucco and a classic
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commonly brings to mind white stucco, glass walls and flat roofs. These are the characteristics of three important styles that developed between World War I and World War II. Art deco, art moderne and International styles sprouted from the age of the machine. Developed countries around the world had all
“International Style” — amm17
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Croydon Make-over
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6. The California bungalow (1915 to 1940)Australian’s were ‘California dreaming’ in the period between World War I and World War II – ‘California Bungalow dreaming’, that is. As the most popular style of housing during the interwar period, California Bungalows popped
“Cali” — riccy
Myriam Payne
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Media and Family Room
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The Star Wars theme is brilliant.
Everything!!! Star Wars!!!!!
Chair and star wars decorations
This contemporary Miami media room is every Star Wars and comic book fan's dream space. Swathed in blue with splashes of red, yellow and orange, the room appeals both to the young and young at heart.Even the chairs resemble storm troopers.
Star wars...Star Wars!!!!...Star Wars theam...Star Wars....star wars
“Chair, Colors” — Kenzhin 50
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Myriam Payne
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"tv goes where the star wars poster is" eman
Star Wars! Boys would love this.
Beacause it is star wars!!!!:)
Chairs and Star Wars stuff
Star Wars metallic walls, toys
Star Wars media room
awesome star wars room
Star Wars room...Star Wars!...Star Wars...Star war room...Joe Star Wars room...STAR WARS!!!!!...star wars
“Color” — rachelmrazo
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Black Banks Plantation
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River, St. Simons was known for its production of long-staple cotton, which soon came to be known as Sea Island cotton. Between Ebos Landing the 1780s and the outbreak of the Civil War (1861-65), St. Simons's plantation culture flourished. The saline atmosphere and the availability of cheap slave labor
Fort Morris in Sunbury, and serving as an arena for pillaging by privateers and British soldiers, the island played almost no role in the war. Following the war, many of the townspeople, their businesses destroyed, turned to agriculture. The island was transformed into fourteen cotton plantations after
occupying Union troops during the Civil War. In 1884 the Reverend Anson Dodge Jr. rebuilt the church as a memorial to his first wife, Ellen. The cruciform building with a trussed gothic roof and stained-glass windows remains active today as Christ Church. Civil War and Beyond The St. Simons Island
“colors of furniture pinks” — Heather Gregory-Pierce
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Black Banks Plantation
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River, St. Simons was known for its production of long-staple cotton, which soon came to be known as Sea Island cotton. Between Ebos Landing the 1780s and the outbreak of the Civil War (1861-65), St. Simons's plantation culture flourished. The saline atmosphere and the availability of cheap slave labor
Fort Morris in Sunbury, and serving as an arena for pillaging by privateers and British soldiers, the island played almost no role in the war. Following the war, many of the townspeople, their businesses destroyed, turned to agriculture. The island was transformed into fourteen cotton plantations after
occupying Union troops during the Civil War. In 1884 the Reverend Anson Dodge Jr. rebuilt the church as a memorial to his first wife, Ellen. The cruciform building with a trussed gothic roof and stained-glass windows remains active today as Christ Church. Civil War and Beyond The St. Simons Island
“Fancy bed & curtains” — Christine Svec
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Black Banks Plantation
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River, St. Simons was known for its production of long-staple cotton, which soon came to be known as Sea Island cotton. Between Ebos Landing the 1780s and the outbreak of the Civil War (1861-65), St. Simons's plantation culture flourished. The saline atmosphere and the availability of cheap slave labor
Fort Morris in Sunbury, and serving as an arena for pillaging by privateers and British soldiers, the island played almost no role in the war. Following the war, many of the townspeople, their businesses destroyed, turned to agriculture. The island was transformed into fourteen cotton plantations after
occupying Union troops during the Civil War. In 1884 the Reverend Anson Dodge Jr. rebuilt the church as a memorial to his first wife, Ellen. The cruciform building with a trussed gothic roof and stained-glass windows remains active today as Christ Church. Civil War and Beyond The St. Simons Island
“love the black and white tile” — Meagan Hurtado
Mary Prince
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Family Fun for Everyone
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Looking for the Star Wars prints in this photo. Looked on fab.com but can't find them. Artist name? Thx!
I like the pics on the wall...star wars...and having shelves for fins treasures aka lego builds would be good
started collecting them when the boys were younger, because they are a unique take on a typical action figure or superhero," says Cheryl. The framed Star Wars prints are bordered in blue to match the nightstands. Prints: Fab; dresser: Vilas, Overstock.com
“Chest” — naitree
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