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Donco Designs
Interesting take on the design and style. This is a great example of creating something beautiful and functional without breaking the bank on furnishings and fixtures. You can mix traditional looking items into a modern scheme and create your very own unique masterpiece. I like how they used products from Ikea, West Elm and other places, but with a few tweaks, they look and feel custom in the space. Great job on creating something unique and special. .
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I'm a chef, and open shelving makes and marble countertops makes total sense given that this is a working test kitchen for a baker. What I love about this project is the storytelling it does about who the owners are, what they do, what they like. I totally imagined the owners in the living room each lounging on a couch facing each other. I live in Atlanta where it gets hot in the summer, so I really appreciated the clean, uncluttered layout that says fresh airflow to me and lack of clunky side tables doesn't bother me. (Besides, then you can't leave your empty cocktail glass there! ) Love this house and found the black and white scheme a nice unobtrusive theme throughout that let the colorful artwork and rug really sing! Would have liked to see the kitchen in action, but maybe that's for a food magazine article.

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What are the dimensions (roughly) of the house length and width?


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