Camargo model in Torino at Grey Oaks to feature nautical theme

The Camargo villa model residence now under construction in the Torino neighborhood at Grey Oaks Country will showcase an interior design by Design West’s Dominique Lamanna that conveys a Ralph Lauren inspired nautical and seaside style featuring a maritime color palette of navies, ivories, whites, and rich earthy browns.

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LeeCorp Homes opens Dolphin model

Interior features also include three-window bay windows in both bedrooms, built-in closets/cabinets in the master bedroom, blinds in all windows, cove molding in the living room, dining room, hall and bedrooms; a solar tube in hall bath; ceramic tile floors in kitchen, baths, and entry; ceramic tile shower in master bath; and high-impact windows throughout.

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Exotic Modern Desert House Applying Creative Architecture Style

Design of exterior wall in this house is also designed exotically by applying natural stone construction that had been modified interestingly so it will be able to create a special style and design of a house exterior design. Design and style of wall that is decorated by using glass material design in its door design actually will create a modern architecture style of a house that is built in a desert area.

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Arenas model in Torino at Grey Oaks to provide sophisticated, coastal feeling

Design West’s Alexis Barrett has created an interior that will provide the Arenas model with a comfortable, sophisticated coastal feeling that is warm and inviting, yet classy and elegant. Her color palette is light and mixes aquas with pops of papaya. She has also introduced touches of driftwood and a mix of wood tones that will reinforce the home’s overall casual ambiance. Old Wood Dusty wood flooring will be found throughout the living areas. The authentic wood flooring has a light, worn looking finish that is ideal for the home’s elegant and relaxed coastal design.

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Brass Hardware And Fixtures Are Back!

When looking at home furnishings and décor, we are usually quick to notice outdated fixtures, faucets and hardware. Perhaps when you moved into your house, those 80’s brass relics were the first things to go. While those fixtures are still not in style, and might never be, don’t make up your mind too quickly about brass – the brass fixture has become a classic and has been reinvented for a modern and sophisticated look! These fixtures are sleek and glam, and would be a brilliant accent for your bathroom or kitchen.

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