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Town Mountain House by Allard & Roberts Interior Design

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Allard & Roberts Interior Design have designed the interiors of Town Mountain House, located in Asheville, US.

Description by Allard & Roberts: Our clients own an art gallery in downtown Asheville. They purchased a renovated home that had good bones, but lacked the display space needed for their art and sculpture collection. They utilized our project management services, because much of the work was done while they were out of town.

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We sourced the contractor and craftsmen, oversaw renovation in their absence, designed a custom built-in, selected and placed artwork, and sourced all furnishings and decor. The completed home serves as their Asheville, NC getaway and as a display space for the artists they represent.

Designers: Allard & Roberts Interior Design, Inc
Builder: Mountain Town Carpentry
Photographer: David Dietrich
Artwork: Artetude Gallery

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