Nothing says Texas like the large, inviting great room of HGTV Dream Home 2005. Open and ideal for hosting guests, the room still maintains a sense of intimacy.
The sense of age and history persists with the massive French clock face a one-of-a-kind local find that is 150 years old and the oversized, rustic lanterns. The plank wood walls have an aged patina, and the oak plank flooring is rich and timeless. "These floors are six-inch tongue-and-groove, and, more importantly, hand-scraped with a beautiful redwood finish which is just what the great room needed," project manager Jack Thomasson says.
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