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Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
45 Reviews
Basic, Sophisticated Hues
area outside wine room where kitchen table is
9. Condition leather. Leather furniture can actually look better with age, provided that it is properly cared for. Use a leather conditioner a few times
“Two chairs and ottoman?” — jfitz10580
Studio 80 Interior Design
6 Reviews
Ramshorn- Unit 7
Aged mirrored glass backing for shelves. Leaded glass pattern on cabinet door
Office wine
“Different” — naomi414
Scott Sanders LLC
Town and Country
Just small wall in annex adds age to new build annex
Upholstery in Berry: ..., or for a brighter look Nagoja Velvet Upholstery in Red Wine: ...
“Colour” — Ryan N Leslie Moffat
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
Best of Houzz 2014
We have earned a reputation for exquisite design, attention to detail & superior results. Our customers are confident that they have received the best level of service in a courteous professional way.
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
of a similar Sherwin-Williams or Benjamin Moore color similar to the Duron Aged Cobblestone? Stores near me do not carry Duron paint samples and I'm trying
The walls are cloud white and the built ins are aged cobblestone. Thanks!
paint on built in-Aged Cobblestone ?duron
cloud white, aged cobblestone BM...Built ins are Aged Cobblestone...Cupboard above wine storage
“cloud white, aged cobblestone BM” — jensnest
Traditional Living Room
Love - books are just like wine, they get better with age. They are timeless and never go out of style.
Books are just like wine: They get better with age. They are timeless and never go out of style.
“black books” — nikkisat
Authentic Pine Floors, Inc.
11 Reviews
Custom Home
hardwoods, which fades over time, heart pine, like fine wine, becomes more colorful as it ages.
“window” — biggewoods
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Carriage House
century Carriage House preserved the integrity of the original scale and age of the structure, while enhancing its livability. Every surface was thoughtfully
to store books and surfaces upon which to place things (such as a glass of wine...)
“Inglenook” — ferberak
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