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Bruce T. Lesser and son Scott built the homes shown here finished with Linda Daly's interiors. Each interior is marked by the quality of the homes' construction, woodworking and finishing. The interiors reflect this same hand craftsmanship with attention to detail. Decorative painting, hand crafted lighting fixtures, custom made carpets and spectacular window treatments complete the design of these homes.

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Photography by Todd A. Trice

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Photography by Randl Bye

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Photography by Randl Bye

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Photography by Randl Bye

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Print Room was popular in the 18th century especially when they displays engraving of things tourists saw on their European and Asia travels. Print Rooms are still popular today. Wallpaper versions of engravings
are cut out and hung on the wall to look as though the walls are faux painted or actually are hung with engraving of images seen on travels.
Photo by Randl Bye

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Actual engravings are framed to coordinate with Print Room engravings in Entry and lower wall of stairwell.
Photo by Randl Bye

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Indo French Dining Room with wall painting inspired by the tented palaces of Indian moguls. Adjoining Tea Parlor/Music Room has wall painting based on walls in Pompeii.
Photos by David Gehosky
and Randl Bye

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Photos by David Gehosky
and Randl Bye.