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John Cannon Homes
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The Akarra II
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the home and brick and beam details inside. Traditional craftsmanship is evident in every detail. This home at 3,399 s.f. under air features 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, great room, dining room, kitchen, study, bonus room and 3-car motor court. Designed and built by John Cannon Homes located in Sarasota, Florida
“Arch over vanity” — Diamond Club Capital
Celebrity Communities
Celebrity Custom Homes
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This looks like your brick. Feel spindles are too traditional.
“Solid” — nellcor99
Gage Homes Inc.
New Construction
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Traditional feel yet innovative! How may I reach this design firm?
“GCGC - Dining Room” — mahuie
Quail Lake
Ideabooks1,690
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is this saltillo tile? traditional or maganese?
HI Matt. Not to confuse, in my post i was suggesting that if someone is looking for "a table like this" we can make a "similar one built to order." I fully understand it was not purchased from us, and I was not suggesting that it was. I apologize for any confusion. Either way the table
“floor” — dawn1112jones
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Hacienda
Ideabooks1,946
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cool way to do it traditional
built in wine storage
“Symmetry.” — jpeppler
Andrea Bartholick Pace Interior Design
7 Reviews
Private Residence Pebble Beach
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the terrace. The right end of the nook has one 9' window as well. I do not know the manufacturer of these custom windows and doors as the house was built prior to my client's purchase.
Country traditional
“chairs” — shawlou
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
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sunny balcony and oval shower. A curving bridge flies through the high living room with sparkling glass railings and overlooks onto sensuously shaped built in sofas. At the third floor windows wrap every space with balconies, light and views, linking indoors to the distant mountains, the morning sun and
This house combines traditional Mexican, Moroccan, and modern styles. The ornate scrolls provide a contrast to the modern exterior, yet play off the circular window. Check out the fun shadows they make on the balcony. See the rest of this Mexican/Moroccan/Modern mash-up
“Swirls” — P. A. Brown
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Ideabooks1,527
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plaster mixture) and the floors are covered in terra cotta tiles imported from Italy. Ceilings are vaulted plaster or wood timbers. The exterior is a traditional plaster that incorporates crushed brick and stone that compliments the Vicenza stone detailing at the porches and around the doors and windows. Skilled
This is REALLY it, it will have built in furniture, I'll create it with a few lockers and breeze-way reproductions etc. Wooden stack slide double glazed french doors to outside, with crimsafe
“armooire” — bethnilsen
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