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The Lamp Goods
Love the introduction of the distress chair and vintage inspired lamp. The Lamp Goods
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chickypop
I've always strived to make my home my sanctuary, a place where I can relax and be embraced. I'm surrounded by everything comforting & relaxing. I never realized I follow these rules, but I do. I also have comfy throws around the house year round and have always rented and bought houses with plenty of sunshine. My mom and sister are always very uncomfortable in my "perfect, magazine ready" house, and I've never understood it. I guess they're "runners" too :).
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Bobbi Thomas
Wow wow wow! Best Houzz story ever!
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Gretchen Maurer
Yes this is your legacy...thank you, all Americans should be so caring of our history!! My favorite is the stenciled wood floors I almost missed the detail on the one in the family room while drooling over the walls...
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Susan
Sorry if this has been said already, as I didn't read all the comments--but we had laminate flooring in our last kitchen, and I would NEVER do that again. We spilled some water that got between the "boards", and they immediately buckled, swelled and blistered. The area around the cats' water dish was a mess. We'd been assured that this brand was really water resistant and wouldn't have that problem. For the cost, we could have installed some really nice sheet vinyl.
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radrave
" I've heard complaints from many homeowners who regret putting in a hard flooring material in their kitchen because of the subsequent knee, hip or back pain they feel after standing or walking on it for a long period"

If this is truly happening, these people need to learn how to stand and walk. It is NOT the flooring. Just when I though Americans could not become more pathetic in their laziness, articles like this come out.
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