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Douglas Design Studio
Hi louisahogan. Thank you, it was custom made by Caledon Woodworks.
flush woodwork...nice woodwork
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
Beautiful woodwork & flooring - Please tell me type of wood, stain, etc. THANK YOU!!
love the wall color with the dark woodwork. what is the paint color?
For Hearth Room or Office. We like the woodwork, ceiling beams and the columns providing room separation.
woodwork and floor stain
Woodwork & details! Craftsman
Gold paint with woodwork
stained woodwork...beautiful woodwork...woodwork color
David Howell Design
Prospect Park West
Roman shade with a Clean flush top
The stained woodwork with lighter cream walls and furniture
All, shades and woodwork
raised panel woodwork
Original woodwork...clean flush top
Francoise Bollack Architects
Apartment Renovation in NYC Landmark
Woodwork on archway to highlight break front
Woodwork around doorway
Love the woodwork doorway
Woodwork and pocket doors
Paint color with cherry woodwork
doorway woodwork...Nice woodwork
Paul Moon Design
Please provide the fireplace woodwork dimensions. Am replicating this design and would like the pillar width/height, the mantle dimensions and the wood work piece below the mantle (between
wondering about making buildins flush with fire place
Extra woodwork around mantel and bookshelf
not flush with ceiling
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
Rancho Santa Fe
Beautiful, beautiful flush inset application! I'm wondering if you've done the flush inset with any of the wolf products as well? I'm on my first application of flush inset with a wolf mw24/30" trim kit and SO30 below. I'm nervous
may also cause overheating issues.) If you look on Page 22 of the current SUB-ZERO DESIGN GUIDE (dated 5/2011 on the back cover), under the heading “Flush Inset Application” you will see a set of general bullet points, and the 5th one down explains why the ½” gap is needed. Appliance manufacturers understand
appliances is about $20,000 installed. If needed, one can get a similar look for less money, but it won't be as seamless (the fridge panels may not be flush with the cabinetry, you may see the metal trim on the appliances, etc).