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Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
Stockholm, Sweden
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Most of the pieces came from from local charity shops and flea markets. "We love to decorate with things that have a soul," says Anna. The kitchen wallpaper, from the 1960s, is an online find. Because
Most of the pieces came from from local charity shops and flea markets. "We love to decorate with things that have a soul," says Anna. The kitchen wallpaper, from the 1960s, is an online find. Because the paper was so delicate, the family hired a professional to help put it up. The pink lamp over the
Most of the pieces came from from local charity shops and flea markets. “We love to decorate with things that have a soul,” says Anna. The kitchen wallpaper, from the 1960s, is an online find. Because
“High chair” — farah287
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Erica Islas for Good Shepherd Charity Project
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Erica Islas for Good Shepherd Charity Project
Erica Islas for Good Shepherd Charity Project
I have photographed the space for Good Shepherd Charity Project, however more info with the designer you can view this article: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/788978/list/Open-House--Designers-Create-Uplifting-Sanctuaries
“Wall” — clewis1974
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Residence
Ideabooks20,362
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This playhouse was custom built for a charity project by SDG Architects
zpgoalie73, Each of our plans are individually drawn. This particular playhouse was designed for a charity project. If you have questions about our firm developing a pool house with a bathroom for you, feel free to call our
This playhouse was made for a charity and we do not have photographs of the inside of it.
“Outdoor bldg” — Erin Hynes Lockhart
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
THINKPURE
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Thinkpure by Erika Bierman Photography for Good Shepherd Charity Project
Hello. This room was actually a room at the Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children. We did this for a charity project, and all the product was donated by vendors we work with frequently. The room was quite small, only 12 feet by 12 feet. Hope that helps!
Hi, This fantastic room was designed by Kelly Schandel - Thinkpure, Inc for Good Shepherd Charity Project. The fabric is made by Annie Selke Link fabrics. Thank You Erika
“Grommet” — ezdrapery
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Jessica Bennett Interiors
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Jessica Bennett Interiors for Good Shepherd Charity Project
Hi, Forwarding your question to Jessica Bennett interior designer of this room. Also this room was part of the Good Shepherd Charity Project, please find more info about it in this article: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/788978/list/Open-House--Designers-Create-Uplifting-Sanctuaries
your question to Jessica Bennett interior designer of this room. Thank You Erika In the meantime here is a houzz.com article that talks about the charity project that this room was part of: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/788978/list/Open-House--Designers-Create-Uplifting-Sanctuaries
“Desk” — lissbear
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Jessica Bennett Interiors
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Jessica Bennett Interiors for Good Shepherd Charity www.jessicabennettinteriors.com/
Hi, will forward your question to Jessica Bennett interior designer, also this room was part of Good Shepherd Charity Project, here is the houzz.com link: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/788978/list/Open-House--Designers-Create-Uplifting-Sanctuaries Erika
Hi Christopher, This room was part of the Good Shepherd Charity project for homeless women and children, rooms that all the designers had worked on were for only for one person each. For more information please
“Girl's bdrm” — Jennifer Gibson
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
uptown country kitchen photo: Mike P Kelley
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Mirrors can add the same look to your backsplash. http://artistictile.com/productdetails.aspx?Colid=183&Cid=23
I stumbled across this fixture at a charity shop. It appears to be 1960's. It's ceramic. Oh my goodness I love that thing!
“Dog dish cubby” — kktaylor67
The Upward Bound House by Vanessa De Vargas
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Hi There. This was a charity project and I know a lot of the furniture was donated by Empiric Furniture. Their bunk beds are listed here: http://catalog.findyourfurniture.com/BrowseBedRoom.aspx?LinkID=18 Call them and mention the Upward Bound House project
“Ah ha! I think we can make the wardrobe” — Steve_N_Trish Beck
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