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Dietz & Associates Inc.
Brookline Private Residence
Hello, The Sisal runner can be found locally at Landry & Arcari in Boston. http://www.landryandarcari.com/index.php If you show them an image I am sure they will be able to find it for you.
I am selling Oriental & tribal kilim rugs online, you can check out my shop for some alternative ideas: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TurkishCraftsArts
he Sisal runner can be found locally at Landry & Arcari in Boston. http://www.landryandarcari.com/index.php If you show them an image I am sure they will be able to find it for you.
Carlos Martin Architects, Inc.
2821 Spanish River Road Residence
The art of modern living is expressed with eloquent aplomb in this brand-new showplace on the Intracoastal Waterway in The Estates, historic Old Boca Raton’s prestigious beachside enclave. Created by an award-winning Florida-based Architect Carlos A. Martin, and by noted South Florida builder, Infinity
I never before appreciated Modern Art until I noticed it appearing on the Walls and it brought such Brilliant Color to the Room!!
Kim Lambert Design
Kim Lambert Design - Whitney
metal art...metal wall art...wall art
Kukk Architecture & Design P.A.
colorful wall art
staircase wall art
Cary Bernstein Architect
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Benjamin Moore's Decorators White is a similar color.
Vertical trim instead of frames offer an approach that works well with cottage, prairie, arts & crafts and primitive colonials, even more humble mission style or tudor homes. Interesting and charming.
Back Bay townhouse
This 1870’s brick townhouse was purchased by dealers of contemporary art, with the intention of preserving the remaining historical qualities while creating a comfortable and modern home for their family. Each of the five floors has a distinct character and program, unified by a continuously evolving
desks, beds, benches and a banquette. Lighting, furnishings, fabrics and colors were designed collaboratively with the home owners to compliment their art collection. photo: John Horner