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  • The living room, accented with original dark-wood beams and a stone fireplace, is shown here.

    Bronx Mediterranean

  • Our apartment was so tiny he could take only three or four steps before stubbing his toe on our futon frame or dark-wood dresser from Goodwill and cursing before he spun around again, and I hid a smile while I watched him.

    Skipping a Beat

  • I looked at the dark-wood study and pictured an office from where I could run my affairs and hang all my plaques.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Ms. Wyden houses the books in a dark-wood, built-in structure with adjustable shelving, which allows her to change up the display.

    Books Start Conversation, Stay Dust-Free

  • We headed for the Imperial Hotel pub, an old-school, dark-wood and tinted-glass establishment in just about every way, except for the wall-to-wall carpeting in azure blue with a star and planet motif, and a darts and video room called “Galaxy Games.”

    First Contact

  • The striking Maxfield Parish mural of merry Old King Cole still occupies the back of the bar, which is otherwise all dark-wood panels and low lighting.

    In Honor of Tradition

  • In his soothing dark-wood and beige-leather dining room, the service (with one staff member for every two guests) is of three-star quality, unobtrusive and speedy.

    From Ships to Michelin Stars

  • Upstairs, the sweeping master has a corner kitchenette and an over-the-top marble bath with Jacuzzi and a dramatic dark-wood walk-in closet with more drawers than you'd need if you stayed all year.

    Andrea R. Vaucher: Along For The Ride: Costa Rica Luxury Beachfront Living

  • Holding hands, the junior's mother and father followed closely behind the dark-wood casket – Alison Sullivan falling into the arms of a clergyman in white robes after pallbearers carefully slid her son's casket into a silver hearse.

    Declan Sullivan Laid To Rest In Illinois

  • Oberto Gili/Rizzoli In Mr. Gili's Italian house, his kitchen's neon walls and kelly green cabinets are offset by dark-wood shelves and a worn leather chair—not to mention old jars and ancient everything else.

    Looking at Rooms as Love Affairs

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