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Stacey Lapuk, ASID
Sea Ranch Residence
Teak dining table anchors 4 chairs with Nobilis fabric covered cushions. Window seat offers additional seating and a cozy reading spot. Original Douglas Fir ceiling.
i really like this table and the window seat
window seat and table with chairs
dark wood dining table
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Kimball Starr Interior Design
Small Space Living: Kitchen Island by Kimball Starr Interior Design
space living solutions are used throughout this contemporary 596 square foot townhome. Adjustable height table in the entry area serves as both a coffee table for socializing and as a dining table for eating. Curved banquette is upholstered in outdoor fabric for durability and maximizes space with hidden
chadbourne + doss architects
wood block residence
Hi. They are stained douglas fir. Thanks for your interest.
Island (like a table at the end)
great table...Light over table...Dining table
love the simplicity of the seats with cushions + table
The arrangement of the table and chairs
Nice round wooden table
Floral on table, colored cushions.
Flat grain douglas fir.
wood outdoor table
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
Modern Ranch Home
They are structural Douglas fir. Painted
Love the end tables and couches
Tables w pictures...side tables...Sofa table...mission side table
Sogno Design Group
slope, railing, table and bench
table, railing, plaster wall
Table and chair purple wall
table et banc
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Vertical grain douglas fir cabinets, Asian style.
The table "window" to use in cabinets, also see about implementing the circle from the large cabinet?
Like the cabinets. Also like the table.
island Table...Centre Table...Butcher block table
Wakako Tokunaga Architecture
reused wall boards, galvanized stair stringer, nice table cloth
kitchen to the right and bedrooms above that. Tokunaga reused wood left over from the demolition of the former addition throughout the house. “It’s Douglas fir that’s darkened over the years,” she says. “It’s pretty beautiful.” “I believe in the expression through layers of time,” Tokunaga says. “I didn’t