Carol Woolf Gallery and Frame Factory

(512) 863-8445
www.cwgff.com/

Services Provided
Custom Frames, custom art, contract framing, distribution of picture frame moulding, mirror frames and much more. Wholesale to the trade.

Areas Served
U.S., Mexico, Canada

Business Description
Manufacture of Picture Frames, custom framing, designer oil paintings, mirror frames, distribution of picture frame moulding, contract framing. Largest distributor in Central Texas
Location:
Georgetown, Tx, TX US 
Contact:
Carol Woolf 
Type:
 
Address:
40218 Industrial Park Circle
Georgetown, Tx, TX 78626 
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Carol Woolf Gallery and Frame Factory
I vote for the plain subway tile with no particular design. What you have in the kitchen now needs simplicity and no decorative competition. Just an opinion.
July 3, 2014 at 11:01am   
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shadiboo
RED Subway tile would sexy it up..... Good luck
July 4, 2014 at 5:22am   
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Laying It Down Inc.
Check out a stone material called Botticino mable. It's a lighter beige w/ a nice grey undertone. I have installed this same material in my profile picture - steam shower.
Another desin suggestion for a back-splash would be a pinwheel. It uses two sizes (4x4 and 6x6) and gives a cobblestone look.
July 4, 2014 at 11:13am   
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Carol Woolf Gallery and Frame Factory
.claisabel, eclectic indeed on the bedroom with well chosen elements. Very good example of what can be done. Nice placement of mirrors and the right mix to glam up this room. Well done.
June 30, 2014 at 8:33am     
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Dan Trimberger
I like a mix of traditional, transitional, and coastal.
July 10, 2014 at 7:06am     
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Joyce Gamm
I love my open floor plan, if I could change anything! Don,t know, lamps, maybe a little bigger.
July 14, 2014 at 8:00am   
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Carol Woolf Gallery and Frame Factory added 2 photos to ideabook: carol_woolf's ideas
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katerlyn
@ladyrob1 finally here you go, enclosed (top is off) cat litter boxes...Used wood pellets slide out easily, these wallpaper paper trays fit nicely in the garbage bag to dump and they seemed to adapt to them well. I assume having the cover on keeps the smell inside better until I get there to replace with new wood pellets. Big Lots had them 20 marked to 11.50 on 20 percent off day and a resale shop had some used ones, very strong for sale one day so I nabbed several. I also use the costco or sams aluminum trays, the larger ones are nice for multi cats...they are also nice in dual usage as plant starters for the garden (put small pans in the larger pan with holes, larger pan holds the water under the florescent). I am presently using a large dog kennel tray to catch any stray stuff, plus one cat periodically leaves a pile outside the box, just one cat! A farm store sells the trays separately for about $14 (Rural King) To make the hole in the outer box, I read that it is helpful to warm it up with a blow dryer first, then use exacto knife or other sawing tool.
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gizmo1107
My house is their house and they are welcome on any furniture they like. 3 of them sleep with me every night.
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Paisley Ize
Screaming screeching hellion children
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yummyfun
Traffic noise and the lawn mowers/ leaf blowers are most notorious.
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