Norman Building & Design
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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: Table legs
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The trestle work was done by a local metal working company--a custom application.

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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: where did you find the padded wooden rockers?
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Sorry to say we did not assist our client in buying the chairs surrounding the firepit. They are teak rocking/swiveling chairs and they are absolutely amazing to sit in. Wonderful scale chairs.

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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: What stones were used?
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The siding is alternate spaced cedar stained. The stone is dry stacked Montana Bridger-- that at a minimum what our masons call it. Often times other masons in other areas can refer to a specific stone by other names. Source of the stone in any case is Montana.

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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: Patio tile
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It is beautiful and cantilevers out over the surrounds. Those are concrete paver stones. I'll post the color and manufacturers shortly. It really is a beautiful space.

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The pavers on the deck referred to as Western Interlock Park & Plaza. We source them locally but no doubt a nationally available material.

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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: Cabinetry and Flooring
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Linda M.
That is very helpful and informative. Thank you so much!
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Enjoy your day and good luck in your design efforts!


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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: POLL: Carpet in a bathroom - yes or no?
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Julia Kay
It's the post that will not die.
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Nicolas Rioux

Carpet is just unsanitary, wherever you put it. A rug in a bathroom is plenty and can be easily cleaned.

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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: POLL: Hardwood in a kitchen - Yes or No?
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olivia morgan

Have wood floor for many years, i'm in love in it. U can clean and keep it long easily. The use of a small hand held belt sander for finishing a floor, filling the space with shims, obtaining a smooth floor free of specs and bumps. No light scratches as well. You'll have no worries afterwards :)

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I have been living with cork floors for 18 years and really like them.

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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: ceiling light fixture
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Hoshin Lee
Thank you!!
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Our pleasure--that light fixture is even better in person!

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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: What is the wood species of the floor and the type of counter top?
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Morning! The wood flooring in this home is quite unique referred to as South African Danta, quarter sawn (a form of mahogany). The counter top is a granite called Thunder White.

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Cindy, I should add that it took us a very long time to get these wood floors given their unique nature. I believe we waited nearly 10 months for order to arrival!

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Norman Building & Design commented on a discussion: Siding & trim colors
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The trim color is Pittsburg Chestnut Bronze to match the window cladding, the beams are a natural finish on gluelam beams and the body color is also Pittsburg semi-opaque Buckskin. To complete the look the eves have tongue and groove Balau Mahogany. It really is a beautiful home---far more so in person!!

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