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Casas Alto Piamonte

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<p> This is an sort of a large country home u-shaped eat-in kitchen having a farmhouse kitchen sink, beaded inset cabinets, white-colored cabinets, marbled countertops, whitened backsplash, rock slab backsplash, stainless steel home appliances, medium strengthen <u>hardwood flooring</u> and a good island. </p> <p> Big farmhouse u-shaped eat-in kitchen area with a country home sink, handmade inset cupboards, white cupboards, marble counter tops, white backsplash, stone piece backsplash…

<p> This is an sort of a large country home u-shaped eat-in kitchen having a farmhouse kitchen sink, beaded inset cabinets, white-colored cabinets, marbled countertops, whitened backsplash, rock slab backsplash, stainless steel home appliances, medium strengthen <u>hardwood flooring</u> and a good island. </p> <p> Big farmhouse u-shaped eat-in kitchen area with a country home sink, handmade inset cupboards, white cupboards, marble counter tops, white backsplash, stone piece backsplash…

Cork Flooring 101: Warm Up to a Natural Wonder Comfortable, sustainable and easy on the eye, cork has a lot going for it. Use our guide to g...

Cork Flooring 101: Warm Up to a Natural Wonder Comfortable, sustainable and easy on the eye, cork has a lot going for it. Use our guide to g...

A detached house at Bowness on Windermere, complete with original 1970s interior

A detached house at Bowness on Windermere, complete with original 1970s interior

funky ’70s shelves "Kate Woodrow is an art editor for Chronicle Books who also copyedits Anthology magazine in her spare time, while her husband, Alden, is a graduate student at UC Berkeley. They rent their 1,100 square-foot home from the 1920s in Berkeley’s Elmwood neighborhood."

funky ’70s shelves "Kate Woodrow is an art editor for Chronicle Books who also copyedits Anthology magazine in her spare time, while her husband, Alden, is a graduate student at UC Berkeley. They rent their 1,100 square-foot home from the 1920s in Berkeley’s Elmwood neighborhood."

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