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La Cresta
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a collection of antique cowboy saddles, Kachina doll collection, Native American rugs, and cowboy paintings.
“I like the high display cases” — berto1019
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My Houzz: Meaghan and Trevor: Welland, ON
Ideabooks2,842
Questions6
the wall even though is red. Do you mind sharing the brand? Is it from American Colors or Sherwin Williams? Another question, it's not shiny, no? Because
“color” — Erin Lang Norris
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Welzheim
Ideabooks349
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wide, while the garage hallway has an 8-ft. ceiling and is 44 in. wide. American standards call for a minimum 36-in.-wide hallway in most circumstances
“Wandnische ideen” — lequacky
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Hallway
Ideabooks2,778
Questions6
American Cherry
“jotoba” — jasmina05
Architecture Workshop 4B LLC
Glencoe
Ideabooks736
Questions2
is white oak and the woodwork - doors and frame and the handrails - is american walnut.
“glass railing” — Jaison Varghese
aamodt / plumb architects
10 Reviews
Hamptons Beach House
Ideabooks12,810
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aluminium to conform with other -ium elements on the periodic table. The American Chemical Society decided to go back to aluminum in 1925 and, well, there
“Aluminium screens” — judymaenapes
Divine Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Greeting Area
Ideabooks12,950
Questions10
What wood is the parquet made of? Wallnut or American Nut tree?
“hallway with windows” — Divine Dwelling Interior Design
Roberts Wygal
2 Reviews
Harrison Street Residence
Ideabooks13,807
Questions10
This appears to be a painting by American artist Robert Cook.
“great idea for a small space or my office” — lisarodriguez63
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