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A traditional Cape Cod home will feature wood floors throughout and crown molding. Wainscoting is purely decorative today, and walls are painted in a palette that reflects the Cape Cod coast, with interior doors and trimmings painted white>> http://www.southbaydigs.com/dig-this-style-cape-cod/

From the through the Colonial Revival Cape Cod house gained popularity among the middle class.Today, shake shingles or clapboard siding continue to give Cape Cods their distinctive style, and most homes are designed symmetrically.

Whether you call it a courtyard, an atrium or a Spanish patio, a garden surrounded by two to four wings of a home is designed for a Mediterranean climate like ours. Here’s all you need to know about a garden style that originated with the ancient Romans, saw a revival in the 1920s, and has remained popular ever since.

Whether you call it a courtyard, an atrium or a Spanish patio, a garden surrounded by two to four wings of a home is designed for a Mediterranean climate like ours. Here’s all you need to know about a garden style that originated with the ancient Romans, saw a revival in the 1920s, and has remained popular ever since.

It’s been nearly four decades since The Bottle Inn became one of Hermosa Beach’s prime go-to restaurants. Known for its Italian cuisine, a killer beach view, and of course, their private wine cellar with award-winning wine selections, the restaurant attracts patrons from all over Los Angeles, and tourists as well>> http://www.southbaydigs.com/dig-this-scene-the-bottle-inn/

It’s been nearly four decades since The Bottle Inn became one of Hermosa Beach’s prime go-to restaurants. Known for its Italian cuisine, a killer beach view, and of course, their private wine cellar with award-winning wine selections, the restaurant attracts patrons from all over Los Angeles, and tourists as well>> http://www.southbaydigs.com/dig-this-scene-the-bottle-inn/

It’s hard not to love a style that was born during the jazz age and left its streamlined, elegant  mark on everything from skyscrapers to flappers’ dresses and 1920s travel posters. Crank up the Cole Porter and read on to learn about Art Deco style.

It’s hard not to love a style that was born during the jazz age and left its streamlined, elegant mark on everything from skyscrapers to flappers’ dresses and travel posters. Crank up the Cole Porter and read on to learn about Art Deco style.

While working with #reclaimed #wood can sometimes be stressful and time consuming, especially when having to find pieces that fit together, Schwartzman wouldn’t have it any other way. “One of the challenges in working with reclaimed wood is finding the right pieces." - See more at: http://www.southbaydigs.com/dig-this-van-go-woodworks/#sthash.ikWqEOc2.dpuf

Van Go Woodworks creates one-of-a-kind pieces By Quinn Roberts Growing up, Van Schwartzman never liked building things.

Schwartzman mainly works with reclaimed wood, creating everything from tables and cabinets to mirrors and bowls. He makes sure nothing is ever wasted. His work can been seen at Grace & Greene in the Riviera Village and at Marea Boutique at Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes. - See more at: http://www.southbaydigs.com/dig-this-van-go-woodworks/#sthash.ikWqEOc2.dpuf

Van Go Woodworks creates one-of-a-kind pieces By Quinn Roberts Growing up, Van Schwartzman never liked building things.

Growing up, Van Schwartzman never liked building things. He remembers never even setting foot in his high school’s woodshop. However, just a few years ago, he did something unusual. Schwartzman started building furniture and created his own company, Van Go #Woodworks. - See more at: http://www.southbaydigs.com/dig-this-van-go-woodworks/#sthash.r8IZtgUM.dpuf

Van Go Woodworks creates one-of-a-kind pieces By Quinn Roberts Growing up, Van Schwartzman never liked building things. He remembers never even

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