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plan, making it a feasible alternative to starting from
scratch. Once they had blueprints, John Dorlini was
able to make architectural changes, understanding the
Bullingtons' needs from previous months of working
together. As it turned out, it made a dramatic difference
to how it opened up the back of the house.
"From our perspective, it was our ability as builders
to take a plan we'd designed, work with someone like
the Dorlinis, hear their thoughts, and collaborate to get
a Craftsmen look for the home and get what David and
Carolyn wanted on the inside," Thomas says.
Because they wanted to expand windows and floor
The couple's gorgeous
artwork is emphasized
with the modern look of
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