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liz m. wrote:Sep 18, 2012
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    Gregory Carmichael
    Unfortunately, I did not do the specifications for the windows but it is a pretty simple style of aluminum window.
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    Milgard Windows & Doors
    Liz, all of our windows can be custom made and sized to your specifications. Hope this helps.
jenres wrote:Aug 29, 2012
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    Gregory Carmichael
    I found these chairs in 2000 - reupholstered them at the time in a Bergamo velvet. Not sure it is still available and I've lost track of the pattern name/number. The fabric is cotton velvet - there are a lot of mfrs. that offer similar.
  • kcinusa
    Great table & chairs
S M wrote:Nov 28, 2018
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    Gregory Carmichael

    The dining table is 56" diameter and the ceilings are 9'-6". Thanks for your question!

  • S M

    Thank you for taking the time to answer! Every aspect of the design is beautifully proportioned!

bethschrantz wrote:Feb 26, 2015
  • mnandell

    I would also like to know what the window sills are made of and the depth.

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    Gregory Carmichael

    The window sills are paint grade lumber finished in a semi gloss latex paint (C2 Paints color "Parchment"). The depth is 5 1/2". There is a 1/2" reveal under the sill in the sheetrock to give added visual depth.

mich wrote:Aug 10, 2011
Tincrew wrote:Dec 16, 2013
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    Gregory Carmichael
    Thanks for the question - the chandelier is called "Chandelier" and it is from Fontana Arte.
boricua_mami75 wrote:Oct 11, 2012
jenres wrote:Sep 17, 2012
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    Gregory Carmichael
    I found these chairs in 2000 - reupholstered them at the time in a Bergamo velvet. Not sure it is still available and I've lost track of the pattern name/number. The fabric is cotton velvet - there are a lot of mfrs. that offer similar.
juliemot wrote:May 22, 2012
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    Gregory Carmichael
    It is the Fontana Arte "Chandelier" in the 35" size.

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