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Zin Home
8 Reviews
Aluminum Hallway Cabinet
Zin Home
Zin website is amazing
“Design” — beljauregui
Zin Home
8 Reviews
Montana Salvaged Elm Console Table
well in any part of the home.This six-foot table is an impressive 59 inches long. The table top is an unusual 1.5 inches thick and made of a single piece of wood that has an accent canal that is a half-inch deep and three-quarters of an inch wide. Use in the kitchen, as a home office space or along a
Handcrafted from reclaimed solid elm wood. Finished with water-based stains to highlight mother nature's beauty. Elm wood is reclaimed from remnants of old homes The aged wood has gained a deeper, richer patina and is more stable. Mortise and tenon joint cutouts from a prior life that add enhanced character and
Zin Home
8 Reviews
Tehama Driftwood Console Table
Zin Home
“Table” — als92009
Meredith Rebolledo Interior Design
4 Reviews
San Francisco Family Home
Vibrant update to a 1940's San Francisco home with a playful twist on materials and colors. Careful attention to detail in blending existing and new elements creates an unassuming backdrop for collected objects throughout the house.
San Francisco Family Home
Puerta en zin planta alta
“Cua” — phanthien
Arthur Rutenberg Homes
Valencia 1180
Valencia 1180: Elevation “E”, open Model for Viewing at the Murano at Miromar Lakes Beach & Country Club Homes in Estero, Florida. Visit www.ArthurRutenbergHomes.com to view other Models. 3 BEDROOMS / 3.5 Baths / Den / Bonus room 3,687 square feet Plan Features: Living Area: 3687 Total Area: 5143
Beautiful home. Can you please tell me the source of the couch? Thank you.
Rutenberg Homes, where You Dream We Build. The sofa is from Angela Fine Furnishings, LLC. Thanks!
Thank you for your interest in Arthur Rutenberg Homes, where You Dream We Build. Drapery panels were purchased from Robert Allen Fabrics, Inc.
Thank you for your interest in Arthur Rutenberg Homes, where
Thank you for contacting Arthur Rutenberg Homes. The door is from Cantera Wrought Iron Doors. Thanks!
“Door, floor, dinning arch in wall” — kriegelshome
Modern Rustic Homes
6 Reviews
Dragonfly Lodge
Atlanta Custom Homes
Atlanta Luxury Homes
Blue Ridge Custom Homes
Custom Homes Atlanta
Custom Home Builder...Blue Ridge Homes...Country French Home...Custom Home Designs
“Mirrors” — sadiesqueak
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Hi. This is a beautiful home! I especially like the kitchen and entry. Can you tell me where I can purchase the cabinet hardware that is in the kitchen? Thanks!
Atlanta called Verde Home. http://www.verdehomeinc.com/ If you contact them and talk to Laura Walker, I suspect she can find you something comparable. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
The trim is Gettysbur Gray in a satin finish. The walls are French Canvas, flat. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
hand-scraped, pre-finished, American Walnut. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
They used to sell the mirrors at Bungalow in Atlanta. You might try their website. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
decorator found for us. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
I had it custom made by a local guy here in Atlanta. You can probably find someone in your area to produce it. It is 3'0" wide by 8'0" tall and 2 1/4" thick. The material is Mahogany. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
“Everything” — wynnsmarla1
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
This historic home and coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision
into a home with an open floor plan and modern amenities for entertaining and family living, incorporating vintage details from the original property whenever possible. Program requirements included five bedrooms, all new bathrooms, contemporary kitchen, salon, library, billiards room with bar, home office
office, cinema, playroom, garage with stacking car lifts, and outdoor gardens with all new landscaping. The home is unified by a grand staircase which is flooded with natural light from a glass laylight roof. The first level includes a formal entry with rich wood and marble finishes, a walnut-paneled
“Staircase” — louiethekitty
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