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Eclectic Living Room
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The cat scratches all of our couches and the dog sits on them, so we like to keep them covered. I like the look of these layers on the couch & chair. Something
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Bates Masi Architects LLC
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this exact model is available. It was black- this is a link to a similar model: http://www.lightology.com/index.php?module=prod_detail&prod_id=38375&cat_id=59
“rectangular pavers with grass in between...” — allycat1969
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“lounge area” — Blake Cokes
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Cat dinding
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Victorian Hotel Pendant, the small version (17") shown here: http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod1619196&categoryId=cat1701013 The wallpaper is by Thibaut. I will get back to you on the dimensions of the room.
“like the light and wall pattern” — royadrie
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Cat Mountain Residence
“Windows-door” — kodr
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Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - Breakfast Nook
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The custom half-circle window in the eating area is a unique focal point that drowns the kitchen in morning light and gives uninterrupted views of the backyard. The wall in front of the window was doubled, so that the surrounding sheetrock could be returned into the window with a rounded corner bead. This, combined with the arched entry and barreled ceiling, gives the area a ...More
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