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Double glass door for a house in a neoclassical style.
Studio M Interiors
Scott Amundson Photography
Beautiful pedant chandelier overhanging grey geometric patterned rug. Supported by skylight on slanted ceiling . Tall grey walls. Tall black painted wooden framed mirrored entrance to dressing room. Grand white fireplace upon smooth black stand. Abstract artwork above fireplace
Suburban Renewal Inc
Architect: Andreozzi Architecture / Photographer: Robert Brewster Photography
Фотограф Дмитрий Лившиц
Dalia Canora Design, LLC
Photography Credit: Jane Beiles
Walk on sunshine with Skyline Floorscapes' Ivory White Oak. This smooth operator of floors adds charm to any room. Its delightfully light tones will have you whistling while you work, play, or relax at home. This amazing reclaimed wood style is a perfect environmentally-friendly statement for a modern space, or it will match the design of an older house with its vintage style. The ivory color will brighten up any room. This engineered wood is extremely strong with nine layers and a 3mm wear layer of White Oak on top. The wood is handscraped, adding to the lived-in quality of the wood. This will make it look like it has been in your home all along. Each piece is 7.5-in. wide by 71-in. long by 5/8-in. thick in size. It comes with a 35-year finish warranty and a lifetime structural warranty. This is a real wood engineered flooring product made from white oak. It has a beautiful ivory color with hand scraped, reclaimed planks that are finished in oil. The planks have a tongue & groove construction that can be floated, glued or nailed down.
The Flooring Guy LLC
Finished red oak floors stained Rosewood
DE FRANCHIS ARCHITECTE
Ariana Ahmad Interior Design
Contractor - GM Developments Photographer - Greg Hibner
A simple mixed-melamine wall unit design featuring LED lights to accentuate home decor.
Corners Interior Design, LLC.
Photographer Jaime Virguez
Tanya Schoenroth Design
interiors: Tanya Schoenroth Design, architecture: Scott Mitchell, builder: Boffo Construction, photo: Janis Nicolay