Georgetown Square ResidenceContemporary Hall, DC Metro

In contrast to the main spaces of the house, the library is finished with dark wood detailing. The flooring continues from the second floor bridge into the reading and study area, where the dark tones accentuate the warmth and coziness of the space.

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Afsaneh Mohebbi wrote:November 30, 2012
JM wrote:March 30, 2015
  • Fred S

    International Building Code

    2407.1.2 Support.

    Each handrail or guard section shall be supported by a minimum of three glass balusters or shall be otherwise supported to remain in place should one baluster panel fail. Glass balusters shall not be installed without an attached handrail or guard.

    Exception: A top rail shall not be required where the glass balusters are laminated glass with two or more glass plies of equal thickness and the same glass type when approved by the building official. The panels shall be designed to withstand the loads specified in Section 1607.8.

Yelena Ilnitskaya wrote:January 25, 2013
NHVEGAS wrote:January 18, 2013

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Designs by DiPrima added this to MayfieldOctober 20, 2019

dark wood floors with dark wood walls

Dee_w78 added this to Living RoomJuly 22, 2019

Love the wood panel. It would be great as a focus wall with an entertainment center and fireplace.

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