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Castro Design Studio
6 Reviews
looks like an outdoor architectural element, like a window on a Greek revival structure (oh lord, do I have the genre right? You all know I throw those terms around without a good memory of Architectural History class - sorry Richard Guy Wilson!).
“mirror” — rabbitt0205
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
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Rockwood Custom Homes
13 Reviews
Traditional Style at its Best
Mirror for short term
“grout color” — grgoble
Worthington Custom Builder Inc.
1 Review
Stone Farmhouse with Stable
This is another example of wrapping a small u-shaped space with countertops and cabinets. In terms of china, crystal, and large serving pieces, this room provides great storage. And the chandelier is great!
“wooden counter” — suedel98
ReNew Design
3 Reviews
Yellow House
We make similar styled fixtures to this made from blown glass, completely customizable to your space in terms of size, color, and number of pendants. We ship worldwide, as well! ;)
“Ladrillos” — gracielaim
Milc Property Stylists
Roehampton Gate
I like the upper cabinet shade in terms of the level of light/darkness; a touch less taupe-y would be perfect. lower cabinet shade is too dark for our kitchen.
“Cabinet colour combo” — jackienicole
Andre Rothblatt Architecture
6 Reviews
Kitchen Sink/Faucet
de primarily from acrylic and polyester, solid surfacing first was sold under the brand name Corian, which is often (erroneously) used as a generic term for it. Today, it's made by a host of manufacturers and has enjoyed steady popularity over the years.Pros: Because solid surfacing is nonporous, it's
“Backsplash for bathroom!” — seg012
Allen Construction
10 Reviews
Montecito Mid-Century
our house structure could look like this in terms of space.
“Art focus, not view” — Ryan Neal
Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design
1 Review
The Forever House
wanted a home to last their entire lives. The result of the design team is a stack of three floors, each with 2,200 s.f.. This is a basic design, termed a foursquare house, with four large rooms on each floor - a plan that has been used for centuries. The exterior is classic: the interior provides
“color scheme” — dsgrandpa60
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