Period Home Style - Add Character & Style To Your Property
Period Home Style is a nationwide retailer of home decor products such as bespoke Doors, Glass, Tiles, Fireplaces, Radiators, Lighting and much more.
Brick and Stone Project Gallery | Get Inspired
For craft that will wow you, look no further than Glen-Gery's photo gallery. Find the inspiration you need to create your own hub of aesthetic innovation here.
Exterior Paint Color Combinations - Room for Tuesday
I'm sharing my favorite classic and timeless exterior paint color combinations on the blog today, with examples of how to use them!
E. R. Norton & Son : English Period Style expertly crafted, traditionally made, hand crafted furniture, joinery and porches
English period style handmade furniture and porches in oak, walnut and mahogany. Over 40 years of experience in making reproduction antique furniture. Commission a piece to serve a purpose, or enhance your home with handmade furniture that will always be of high quality and value. English craftsmen we only use quality materials.
Oak Frame Homes Portfolio | Border Oak
We have broadly categorised a small selection of our bespoke oak framed homes into categories in order to help you navigate your journey. Each house category has a range of case studies and a selection of example plans to inspire you - but details, materials, sizes and layouts can be endlessly varied.
Architectural Cast stone, Architectural Precast Concrete, Toronto, Ontario
Petra design has supplied architectural precast concrete, cast stone and fiberglass products to residental and comercial projects.We are located in Greater Toronto, serving Mississauga, Hamilton, and Oakville. Petra design provides shipping anywhere in Canada and USA. Our products include columns, cornices, Door Surrounds, Sills, Porticos, Balustrade and many more others. For more information just call now - 416.746.9668
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