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Buffington Homes South Carolina
6 Reviews
Father's Day Custom Built "Castle"
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Father's Day Custom Built "Castle"
Splash Kitchens & Baths LLC
3 Reviews
Casual By The Lake
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feels spontaneous in this casual and warm space. Homeowners have grown children, who are often home. Their extended family is very large family. Father’s Day they had a small gathering of 24 people, so the kitchen was the heart of activity. The house has a very restful feel and casually entertain often
“Lights over table” — vincbral
Jon+Aud Design
Townhouse Renovation in San Diego
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I designed the table and built it with my father. You can find his professional profile here: Houzz.com/pro/nealmcewen. Thanks!
pantry to the other side of the kitchen entry, creating a more seamless entrance to the dining area and bar. McEwen designed the dining table, and her father built it. The authentic Mies van der Rohe MR chairs were an incredible Craigslist find. Bamboo panels help offset the uniquely angled kitchen pass-through
pantry to the other side of the kitchen entry, creating a more seamless entrance to the dining area and bar. McEwen designed the dining table, and her father built it. The authentic Mies van der Rohe MR chairs were an incredible Craigslist find. Bamboo panels help offset the uniquely angled kitchen pass-through
“Juancho sala y cocina” — jenniferurdaneta
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Sam's Creek
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The Client's father Alan Friedman, a former antique dealer, now designs bronze and iron furniture in West Palm Beach.
designed and built by Alison's father Alan Friedman, a former antique dealer who now designs
the house is the striking dining room table, one of two tables (the other is the 1,000-pound plexiglass coffee table) designed and built by Alison's father Alan Friedman, a former antique dealer who now designs bronze and iron furniture in West Palm Beach. Above the table is a Terzani chandelier made from
“Unique and modern furnitures” — Jfya Bee
Sara Cukerbaum
Vance Lane Modern Home
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attributes her love for art and collecting handcrafted items to her parents. "My father did a variety of things to make a living while I was growing up, but was trained as an artist," she says. "I learned from both my father and my mother (who is a talented quilter and seamstress) an appreciation for well-made
“Konyhaasztal” — gasparszalka
Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
North Peak
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as a place where they gather for meals. They added bookshelves and a white-oak bench to create a reading area and library, which holds Elkins’ late father’s extensive book collection. “He read the most incredible things, from physics to Chinese philosophy,” she says. LED lights, like the glass-covered
“play area” — ljjackson
Schweizer Associates
522 Taylor Street
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Dining chairs were purchased 15 years ago in High Point, NC after "Market". I don't know much about them except that they were made by a father/son team in California.
“Placement” — ccgolfer13
Hilary Walker
Dallas, TX: Lisa Moore
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Eero Saarinen: Born in Finland, Saarinen immigrated to the U.S. in 1923 with his architect father and textile designer mother. Key pieces include the Tulip Chair, Tulip Table, and Womb Chair.Hans Wegner: Danish. Key pieces: the Wishbone Chair and
“Picture” — luckysunny
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