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one of Shannon's favorite pieces. It is a 1960s original Danish rosewood table by Sven Ellekaer. The barn-board mirror was made by Shannon's father while she was in university. The designer wanted to replace this mirror with a white-framed one, but Shannon wisely insisted on keeping it. The leather slipper
pieces Shannon instantly knew were right. With those choices set, the designer picked the caramel color for the chairs and helped select the rug and art to pull the room together.
Stylist Shannon Quimby created this linear chandelier with wine and beer bottles, and a little help from her handyman. After the bottoms were cut off, she sprayed them with glass frosting and transformed them into a stunning fixture using pendant light kits from Lowe's. See the rest of this home — it's
decorator Shannon Quimby found the blue chair on a roadside, the three white ones at a discount store and the brown one at a garage sale. She painted the salvaged table’s base legs using a mix of all the green paints she found in her garage. And she made the bottle lights by cutting off the bottoms of beer
is now Shannon's mother's home. "It's nice not to have a monster house," says Shannon. "It's a nice scale for the neighborhood, and I have people come up to me all the time telling me how much they love it."This cherry blossom tree, red door and matching outdoor furniture hint at Shannon's love of Japanese
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down to Shannon from her grandmother.Shannon and Anthony wanted to raise the roof and ceiling to give the house more space within the guidelines of the county's building restrictions. At the time, many of the options were unattractive, until they found the Japanese farmhouse style. The couple were drawn
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stylist Shannon Quimby has been doing it for years. Check out the rest of her amazing home
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