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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
hhein, it is really difficult to see in any of the photos.... but there was one beam in the Living Room that was left the wood color. It was the main structural beam for the LR, which runs perpendicular to the Dining Room Beam.
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Am MOST impressed that Kayron has answered so many queries! So often these are just left hanging ... well done!
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Thanks for posting the layout before and after. I was not having any luck picturing what you did with the spaces.
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