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Yvonne McFadden LLC
The floors are wide plank antique heart pine with an original surface finish
Reclaimed heart pine floors
Enter and discover a home where art & architecture are seamlessly fused. And the courtyard is the heart and soul of the home offering an oasis for dining, entertaining & relaxation.And the courtyard is the heart and soul of the home offering an oasis for dining, entertaining & relaxation.
It's not marble. It's a man made material. It's Caesarstone (engineered 'quartz') "Queen of Hearts" from their Supremo Collection. If you look on your website, you'll see this exact photo: http://www.caesarstoneus.com/products/color/1420/
Queen of Hearts - Supremo
Ana Williamson Architect
Cloud Street Residence
wraparound decks and easy-care plantings? A Zen rock garden? A formal parterre? The right yard and garden can bring a great deal of joy, so follow your heart.
inspired details. The exterior combines stone and wavy edge siding with a cedar shake roof. Inside, heavy timber construction is accented by reclaimed heart pine floors and shiplap walls. The three-sided stone tower fireplace faces the great room, covered porch and master bedroom. Photography by Accent
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
that's special to us", Gayle says of Gary's and her decorating philosophy. "And when we buy furniture or something else, we make sure it speaks to our hearts and appears to have lived some life already." The couple created the wooden screen out of salvaged doors, attaching them with the original hinges
that's special to us," Gayle says of their family's decorating philosophy. "When we buy furniture or something else, we make sure it speaks to our hearts and appears to have lived some life already."The couple created this wooden screen out of salvaged doors, attaching them with the original hinges.
Streamline Design Ltd. - Kevin Simoes
“Douglas fir timber frame made without the wood's heart. Simoes explains that because wood shrinks and expands, you don't want to work with the heart, or center pith, of the wood. Nonheart wood is less likely to expand, contract or twist over time.”