6,035 1920 remodel Dining Design Photos

Awad + Koontz Architects Builders
Cedar Lake Renovation
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to the 1920's house and refinished with a walnut-mahogany mix of stain
“like the black table” — renefrison
Contemporary Dining Room
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antique - 1920's English - from Carlton Davidson Antiques in London.
“Texture” — bbyblmrs
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
34 Reviews
Fresh Outlook - Alameda Ridge
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to the 1920 home. Attaching floor plans with some dimensions for you to see the layout.
“Like color” — Emily Monroe
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
13 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
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The client purchased the chandelier on their own. Sorry we do not know where it is from. - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
Hi, Sorry we do not know where the client purchased these slipcovers. - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
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“Living room” — shelaye
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
13 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
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Hi, Sorry, the client purchased the furniture on their own. We do not know where it is from. - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
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“Such a cool table & the Chairs!! Love the paint color too” — yebosurf
Union Studio
Lovell Kitchen
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on or remodel? In new constructions a popular choice is in-slab heating, fully integrated with the new slab of your house. In remodels, undertile or thin-profile hydronic systems may work better to minimize the additional thickness to your existing slab. Vacation home or primary home? Because a radiant
on or remodel? In new constructions a popular choice is in-slab heating, fully integrated with the new slab of your house. In remodels, undertile or thin-profile hydronic systems may work better to minimize the additional thickness to your existing slab. Vacation home or primary home? Because a radiant
on or remodel? In new constructions a popular choice is in-slab heating, fully integrated with the new slab of your house. In remodels, undertile or thin-profile hydronic systems may work better to minimize the additional thickness to your existing slab.
“study” — rodarti
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
13 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
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“open floor pan” — fashionistamami
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
13 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
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“lighting” — boysdreamhome
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