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“setting” — jemimahnaa
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Natural oak - a/b grade
“Floor to ceiling cupboards” — Lisa Bird
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Riff Oak...light oak flooring...modern oak flooring
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outdoor elements. Sliding glass doors were added on each side allowing for a great view to the downtown central park and allowing an abundance of natural light through out the day. Photo by:Zephyr McIntyre
oak floors in modern
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“floors” — kashley70
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Staging - N. Vermont St. Arlington
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Dobkins House........Wright would never design a home with first receiving a topographical map of the property. The 14 Pin Oaks that surround
almost undetectable to passersby. “Wright would never begin a design without first receiving a topographical map of the property,” says Dan. The 14 pin oaks that surround the house were specified in Wright’s planting plan. The homeowners proudly continue to restore the home for future generations. “We are
almost undetectable to passersby. “Wright would never begin a design without first receiving a topographical map of the property,” says Dan. The 14 pin oaks that surround the house were specified in Wright’s planting plan.
almost undetectable to passersby. “Wright would never begin a design without first receiving a topographical map of the property,” says Dan. The 14 pin oaks that surround the house were specified in Wright’s planting plan.The homeowners proudly continue to restore the home for future generations. “We are
“trees” — jeremiahnielson
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