Wallington ResidenceContemporary Entry, Geelong

Alicia Taylor

Mid-sized contemporary foyer in Geelong with light hardwood floors, a single front door and a glass front door. —  Houzz
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corinnemearscorinnemears wrote:26February,2016
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    Hi all the timber is spotted gum

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