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Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
Danish Revival Luxe
Yes, Edmond, but moving to Okc. What a boom town this place is right now. Homes selling within days & contractors hard to get. You should come back & visit, would be happy to get you thunder tickets
Nicole Leone Photography
That is a Town and Country TC36 See-Thru with a custom steel surround and cabinet. It is a nice product.
John Kraemer & Sons
Rustic Family Room
It's a Town & Country Gas FP. Thanks!
David Vandervort Architects
Key Peninsula Residence
Cape Cod house with vaulted ceiling
cape cod house with an open floor plan
interior of modern cape cod
Cape Cod houses continue to be built, a testament to our love of this style. But while in the past the interiors were often small and dim, contemporary
cape house interior...contemporary cape...Cape cod addition
Coronado Stone Products
Virginia Ledgestone Fireplace - Coronado Ledgestone
defining feature of this stone is its ledgestone stick outs. This stunning fireplace was created using Coronado Stone’s Virginia Ledgestone – Color: Cape Cod Grey.
Virginia Ledgeston / Color: Cape Cod Grey
Hello Ebaca, the stone is Coronado Virginia Ledge / Color: Cape Cod Grey - http://www.houzz.com/photos/834883/Coronado-Ledgestone---Virginia-Ledgeston---Color--Cape-Cod-Grey-traditional-accessories-and-decor-los-angeles
virginia ledgestone - coronado: cape cod grey
Coronado Ledgestone- Virginia (colour: cape cod grey), narrow, level to ground hearth
Cape cod colors updated, very pale but I do like.
cape cod look. beadboard, sailboat paintings etc.
Modern twist to a Cape Cod Theme.
5. Resist the urge to be too theme-y. For example, the Cape Cod look is a very popular request. You know the hallmarks: beadboard, a blue and white nautical palette, some sailboat paintings. But this has been done so many times, it lacks individuality. In this room the coastal vibe was achieved through
5. Resist the urge to go too ‘themed’For example, the Cape Cod look is a very popular request. You know the hallmarks: pine lining, a blue and white colour palette and some ship paintings. But this has been
Ellijay Georgia Custom Homes
lottery in 1832, Martin Scalf acquired the 160 acre lot where the town now stands. In 1833, Clemonds Quinland bought 10 acres from Scalf, retained one acre for himself and donated the rest of the purchase to the County. A plan for twenty town lots, streets and a public square was created and the streets
as the County seat of Gilmer County. By 1837, the town had twenty dwellings, three stores and one attorney. Most of these early buildings were of log construction. Many roads led to Ellijay by 1849. The population had grown to 150 by 1850 and the town at five stores. Some wood-frame buildings were being
the Cartecay River was completed in 1884 and the town now had rail service. With the arrival of the railroad and subsequent tracks to White Path, Ellijay began to grow much faster. Many hotels were constructed and land was donated for a depot east of town. More industries, such as a cheese factory and