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I love this dining room, and am building an extension with a new dining room that looks around the
Style and furniture. Dream dining room. Simple and elegant. Classic, never goes out of style.
New dining room!...Blinds match new house
Conte & Conte, LLC
designers work with clients located in Connecticut & New York (Greenwich, Belle Haven, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan
In the early 90's Tom Sullivan, a building contractor, began purchasing excess wood that other companies didn't need...
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
Too much old in new room not working just old table with new chairs and possible cornice
My dream dining
the same collection, that is, the same apartment, and so its in Manhattan, New York City
New York studio
Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture
If concrete is your substrate of choice for a new space, consider poured-in-place pavers like the ones shown here. In this garden
interplant for a softer effect. If concrete is your substrate of choice for a new space, consider poured-in-place pavers like the ones shown here. In this garden
my dream driveway
Mill Valley, CA
Def want low back chairs in new dining room.
furniture in these photos isn't staged; it was purchased for the house, and new owners acquired the majority of it when Urrutia sold the property. A roomy
furniture in these photos isn’t staged; it was purchased for the house, and new owners acquired the majority of it when Urrutia sold the property. A large
The dining room of my dreams
Enviable Designs Inc.
inexpensive bathroom makeover. Some new paint on the walls and simple changes like new silver or gold framed mirrors, new light fixtures and accessories can
Dare to dream
Arturo Palombo Architecture
Union Hill Residence
A new mudroom including built-in cubbie storage, Powder room, painted wood wainscoting, and stone flooring was incorporated into the addition.
I think the tile was purchased from Mediterranean Tile in Bernardsville, New Jersey. ... They might be able to help you with this. Good Luck! A
I would make the openings bigger by making fewer but this is a dream come true.