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Chuck Mills Residential Design & Development Inc.
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Fairmont Project
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one is a traditional rolled rim tub -- probably in cast-iron. The length is likely 67" inch, but could be 61". The faucet is a freestanding gooseneck supply with shower wand. We actually carry both of those styles on our website if you're interested.
blending of traditional and modern design features
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Traditional Bathroom
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traditional; separate vanities with bead board wall detail; basket weave flooring tile *too ornate of a vanity *NO beadboard *likes carrera counter
Traditional Bathroom
traditional vanity
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Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker Architects LLC
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Victorian Remodel
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traditional cabinets
Traditional styling
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Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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Traditional elegance
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Shannon Malone
Master Bathroom
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of both traditional and modern styles.
dware-traditional-knobs-other-metro. I hope this helps!
traditional bathroom
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Birdseye Design
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Quaker Bluff Residence
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wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with your very own sauna at home. Saunas don’t need to eat up too much space, and having one installed may cost less than you think.
A sauna. Live somewhere cold or just love a good sweat? Embrace the wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with your very own
ways. A traditional wet-dry sauna uses an electric or wood-burning heat source with stones to raise the air temperature to a point between 160 and 190 degrees Fahrenheit, on average. You also can produce steam by adding water to the stones in the heating element (hence the "wet" part).The newer infrared
wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with your very own sauna at home. Saunas don’t need to eat up too much space, and having one installed may cost less than you think.
D.W. Dively Construction Services
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Maywood
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cast-iron traditional rolled rim tub. Probably a 67" inch. The one in the picture is setup with a tub wall mounted british telephone faucet shower enclosure. kit. We carry those as well.
wall. Traditional feel, but not old timey.
y and traditional style.
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