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Interiors by Mary Susan
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European Villa
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TV armoire
“Armoire” — gigliafranca
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Cliffs Valley, Perlman Residence
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tv armoire...use for sizing of armoire
“wrong colors but right style of fireplace” — mommyl
Nandina Home & Design
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Historic School House Apartment
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Love the TV armoire, where did you find it?
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Love the rich wood in this armoire.
“Love the rich wood in this armoire.” — Debra Watson
Knotting Hill Interiors
New Year, Fresh Design
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tv armoire
“Pillow fabrics” — Richard Danlag
Michelle Hinckley
Living Room / Dining Room.
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canvas pics ..place by tv armoire
“Canvas size” — jred79
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Wenberg
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to eat. Before the remodel, a large TV wall unit occupied the wall where the red wallclock hangs. Placing the TV in the corner, opened up this narrow
Hides TV when not used...great looking corner TV armoire
“Diagonal line” — esh38f
Paula Grace Designs, Inc.
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Family Room View 2
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to tv stand...La house by tv...Tv center...dark wooden tv cabinet...tv stand color, style...Tree and tv
“Hallway corner” — amatcmp
SO/DA Inc.
SO/DA Inc.
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and kitchen are highlighted by an Ochre chandelier with reclaimed wood armoire and console by CFC and Nepalese rug from Lapchi Atelier. The office sconces
Was the armoire custom made? If not, where could I buy it?
Freestanding armoires. Freestanding armoires, with single or double doors and enclosed drawers, were also popular in the 14th century. These easily transported
the home owner. Medieval armoires were constructed to be functional, practical pieces of furniture. Sometimes medieval armoires had paint or gilding on
on them, but not often. This armoire is a simple refined design that links the table and the mantel together, grounding the room and giving it structure
“ochre chandelier” — moosie30324
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