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  • Lois Brant

    This is a great example of "how to" decorate a Traditional Dining Room. Notice that the window treatment fabric is a smaller scale version of the wing back chairs. The lighting is proportionate to the size of the table, and the couch gives a feel of a place to linger. Well done..

  • Renee Sizemore

    possible style for the family room

  • Heather de Bruyères

    Tiled fireplace, exposed wood beams, rustic Colonial chandelier.

  • Shelby Graham

    house plans with keeping rooms off kitchen

  • June Baty

    Southern Accents 2009 Riverhills Showhouse, Breakfast Room

  • Allen Duhe'

    A breakfast area

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