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  • Michelle Hawkins

    Wall Color SW Lattice (not on display, you have to ask for it) Cab color and trim SW Extra White, Cabinets: Mid-Continent, maple painted white, with soft close drawers, all wood http://midcontinentcabinetry.com/locator/index.php?zip=20132=1=100=Go Perimeter counters: Honed Carerra marble Island top: Dark walnut, with a mineral oil finish Floors: 5" wide white oak, stained 75% jacobean, 24% dark walnut.

  • D V

    cased openings between rooms and around doors

  • Jacoba Cook

    Love this floor color. A combination of 75% jacobean and 24% dark Walnut stain.

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look at all that wall detail - molding, trims, ahhh.. I LOVE.

love the rich gray walls with the gallery wall. Beautiful.

Entry Inspiration by Liz Caan. Totally cute, especially the little boy hat and rain coat. :)

What I wouldn't give for this mirror! Best Seller Floor Mirror Italian Baroque Rococo by DRGinteriors

white walls / wood planked floors by elizabeth

Picture frame molding and chair rail for the home office

Love dark hardwood floors with the columns, beautiful ceiling, and tons of natural light!

Like the position of the front door straight-lined to the backdoor, rooms off to the sides of the hallway and moulding around each open doorway

contrast of dark wood and white

This is my idea of a kitchen!!!! The flooring is Brazilian Cherry w/custom dark stain. The granite countertops are New Venetian Gold. The island is Clear Alder wood with custom Walnut stain. The cabinets are maple with panels made of MDF. The color is Atrium White by Benjamin Moore.

Image of Quatrefoil Design (1 sheet) {Thought these were originally wall paper, but was vinyl decals}

moulding around cased opening. Good option for where you can't actually deepen the wall itself.