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Fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and coffee-table books filled the living room, stacked on shelves and on the floor instead of on bookcases.
Minges points out the many historic features of Ittner’s design the new construction is retaining, including the 13-foot ceilings, 10-foot windows, and solid oak bookcases.
One way was by using dual-density particleboard in its iconic Billy bookcases, which cut down on materials by 20%.
Fowler said up to 40 to 50 photo shoots were taking place a week, some involving big groups of people who sometimes brought sofas, chairs, bookcases and other large props.
Built-in bookcases are lined with titles about the Portuguese wine trade, and spacious bathrooms feature louvered wooden shutters by the tub.
KitchenAid; 800-422-1230, kitchenaid.c SIMPLE SOLUTIONS, PAGES 32-34 Page 32: Dovetail Half Height bookcase, Boom frame in black, and Asian vessel on center shelf—all from The Conran Shop.
Mold was detected in 10 areas, notably on doors, windows, vinyl floors, bookcases, blinds, desks, toys, a sandbox table, a toy case, a locker, and dropped ceilings and beams, according to the 16-page report by TTI Environmental Inc. of Moorestown.
Along the two side walls bookcases are built from carved mahogany.
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