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Many of you may recollect that fabulous bathroomthat San Francisco designer Benjamin Dhong finished for the San Francisco Decorator's Showhouse. All things considered, I knew this man was capable and sharp, however I didn't understand the degree of his imagination. Simply take a gander at this marvelous wreath that Ben designed for the holidays! Ben was roused by some old building etchings that he had discovered, so he checked them, organized them, and afterward had them imprinted on material. He took the texture and stuck it to a 20' froth square doughnut. Genius!
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"I've never been an aficionado of seeing the TV over the chimney on the grounds that frequently the extents aren't right in the room and the area (and along these lines the survey edge) turns out to be too high when put over the shelf. When we have the alternative I generally put the TV to the other side of the chimney," says designer Scot Meacham Wood. This living space wasn't designed by Scot, however gives you a chance to picture how this situating could work.
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