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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
Hotel in Boston, MA features over 500 rooms, suites, penthouses and residences. One of these penthouses features a natural stone fireplace and wine cooler. The Greenwich Gray Ledgestone Thin Veneer was used in a dry-laid application showing no mortar between the stones. The minimalist space and cool
natural green and gray colors in the stones with decorative accents of red in the sconces and chandeliers. The use of stone around and above the wine cooler is a unique way to create some separation of the kitchen and living room in open concept spaces. Eric Barry Photography Donalds Construction
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
Hotel in Boston, MA features over 500 rooms, suites, penthouses and residences. One of these penthouses features a natural stone fireplace and wine cooler. The Greenwich Gray Ledgestone Thin Veneer was used in a dry-laid application showing no mortar between the stones. The minimalist space and cool
natural green and gray colors in the stones with decorative accents of red in the sconces and chandeliers. The use of stone around and above the wine cooler is a unique way to create some separation of the kitchen and living room in open concept spaces. Eric Barry Photography Donalds Construction
“Entire room” — njtapscott
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
Hotel in Boston, MA features over 500 rooms, suites, penthouses and residences. One of these penthouses features a natural stone fireplace and wine cooler. The Greenwich Gray Ledgestone Thin Veneer was used in a dry-laid application showing no mortar between the stones. The minimalist space and cool
natural green and gray colors in the stones with decorative accents of red in the sconces and chandeliers. The use of stone around and above the wine cooler is a unique way to create some separation of the kitchen and living room in open concept spaces. Eric Barry Photography Donalds Construction
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
Hotel in Boston, MA features over 500 rooms, suites, penthouses and residences. One of these penthouses features a natural stone fireplace and wine cooler. The Greenwich Gray Ledgestone Thin Veneer was used in a dry-laid application showing no mortar between the stones. The minimalist space and cool
natural green and gray colors in the stones with decorative accents of red in the sconces and chandeliers. The use of stone around and above the wine cooler is a unique way to create some separation of the kitchen and living room in open concept spaces. Eric Barry Photography Donalds Construction
“Greenwich grey stone veneer” — alisonzmansion
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
Hotel in Boston, MA features over 500 rooms, suites, penthouses and residences. One of these penthouses features a natural stone fireplace and wine cooler. The Greenwich Gray Ledgestone Thin Veneer was used in a dry-laid application showing no mortar between the stones. The minimalist space and cool
natural green and gray colors in the stones with decorative accents of red in the sconces and chandeliers. The use of stone around and above the wine cooler is a unique way to create some separation of the kitchen and living room in open concept spaces. Eric Barry Photography Donalds Construction
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
Hotel in Boston, MA features over 500 rooms, suites, penthouses and residences. One of these penthouses features a natural stone fireplace and wine cooler. The Greenwich Gray Ledgestone Thin Veneer was used in a dry-laid application showing no mortar between the stones. The minimalist space and cool
natural green and gray colors in the stones with decorative accents of red in the sconces and chandeliers. The use of stone around and above the wine cooler is a unique way to create some separation of the kitchen and living room in open concept spaces. Eric Barry Photography Donalds Construction
“Color” — danavig
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
Hotel in Boston, MA features over 500 rooms, suites, penthouses and residences. One of these penthouses features a natural stone fireplace and wine cooler. The Greenwich Gray Ledgestone Thin Veneer was used in a dry-laid application showing no mortar between the stones. The minimalist space and cool
natural green and gray colors in the stones with decorative accents of red in the sconces and chandeliers. The use of stone around and above the wine cooler is a unique way to create some separation of the kitchen and living room in open concept spaces. Eric Barry Photography Donalds Construction
“natural looking stone” — beckyhelina
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
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Penthouse with New England Natural Stone Fireplace and Wine Cooler
Hotel in Boston, MA features over 500 rooms, suites, penthouses and residences. One of these penthouses features a natural stone fireplace and wine cooler. The Greenwich Gray Ledgestone Thin Veneer was used in a dry-laid application showing no mortar between the stones. The minimalist space and cool
natural green and gray colors in the stones with decorative accents of red in the sconces and chandeliers. The use of stone around and above the wine cooler is a unique way to create some separation of the kitchen and living room in open concept spaces. Eric Barry Photography Donalds Construction
“asador” — acarpinteyro
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