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but the C was a flea market find. Check Etsy, they tend to have a lot of letter like these in the vintage section.
I like how there's a letter C on the wall. Maybe for my room I could have C & J for Carolina and Jessica
lights and c on top of bed
like the c and the owl
The c and owl is very cute
Love the C idea on top of the bes
graphic "C" above the cushioned headboard. "The goal was to highlight the charm and emphasize comfort," says Foster. "I definitely think we succeeded." Bedding: Mirasol by Matouk Letter C: Flea market Fabric on walls: Frederica by Cowtan & Tout
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
Port Washington Residence
The shelving on this wall does a first-class job of incorporating and hiding the A/C unit.
hiding a/c unit with shelving
the A/C unit....ductless A/C...Hidden a/c...the A/C...the A/C unit.
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Electric, c2-275 from C2 Paints.
electric c2-275...C2 electric
Small English Cottage in Potomac
on, D.C. Several distinctive Tudor characteristics combine in this new D.C.-area home. Though it's labeled English cottage, the impressive stone and brick chimney illustrates a signature of many early grand Tudor examples. Note how the stucco helps to emphasize the richness and complexity of the chimney
Washington, D.C., condominium. This beautiful home was designed around an impressive collection, with white walls, modern railings, rich floors and lighting all highlighting the art.
Serious art collectors gave this Lincoln penny piece by Peter Tunney a place of honor in their Washington, D.C., pied-à-terre
Yvonne McFadden LLC
ButeraPillows: C&C MilanoLamp: The Nicholson Gallery
Whole-house remodel: Magical Transformation
on, D.C. Variations of Tudor details distinguish this cozy D.C.-area example. Lacking the typical forward-facing gable, the hip roof helps to emphasize the splendid brick patterns set in half timber on the primary second-level elevation. Notice also that it slightly overhangs the lower level, detailed