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Wednesday, October 14, 2009
More Interior Design
With interior finish work looming over the horizon (beginning after the first of the year most likely), narrowing down the interior design is taking some priority. Our discussions could be summarized down to "not too traditional with a bit of modern". "Not traditional" meaning not a lot of intricate dark woods in small bits all over the place. We would like to keep some traditional wood tones but otherwise smooth and "less busy" surfaces. The attached image gives an idea of the style under current consideration. It is the port side of the forward salon. Ignore the colors and lighting.