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LANGUID LIVING ROOM

 ”There are certain parts of the home that I think embellishment feels cozy and inviting.  Then there are other environments, for example, the living room, where I don’t have a ton of items on the table.” – Aerin Lauder BEFORE | LIVING ROOM Primary colors were no longer a primary desire in this home!  After […]

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DEBONAIR DESK

“Still, something about writing made me spend large hours of my free time at my desk.” – John Grisham BEFORE | VINTAGE DESK Nothing thrills me like having to find a solution to an unconventional or small space.  So when a little girl (with the initials R.G. :)… ) who is entering her tweens begged […]

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LUCID LIVING ROOM – PART II

“I remember lying on the floor of the living room with headphones on when I was four or five years old, listening to the Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack.” – Kevin Richardson BEFORE | LIVING ROOM After creating the first half of this spacious living room, we had a blast while continuing to reinvent amazing vintage […]

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Game of Thrones

“A throne is only a bench covered in velvet.” – Napoloeon Bonaparte BEFORE | ANTIQUE CHAIR I am a sucker for carved wood furniture and this chair really caught my eye on a day of antiquing. The detail was stunning, but we thought it could use a bit of lightening up as it looked a […]

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LUCID LIVING ROOM – Part I

 ”All rooms ought to look as if they were lived in, and to have so to say, a friendly welcome ready for the incomer.” – William Morris BEFORE | LIVING ROOM  An interesting thing happens when families transition from having little kids who are becoming young adults and they often start to look at their […]

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