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slmandeville wrote:
Fabric - Thank you!! Do you remember the name of the fabric?
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Sorry, I don’t, but I believe it’s Duralee and out of stock anyway. I can shop for similar fabrics/manufacturers for you if you wish (feel free to contact me at AmyBly@gmail.com if interested in learning more)!
June 3, 2014 at 8:08PM   
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FYI, I pass along all but 10% of my designer discount (typically 30 to 40% off retail prices -- I keep 10% for admin costs) to my clients, but of course charge an hourly fee for shopping and other services (design concepts, floor plans, etc.)
June 4, 2014 at 10:54AM   
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slmandeville wrote:
Window treatments - Hi, Where are the window treatments from ?
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They are custom through me :) and ordered through the Decorating Exchange in Rochelle Park, NJ. Glad you like them -- the client and I both loved the playful animal print, too.
June 1, 2014 at 9:41PM   
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2. Create stations for play. Dedicated stations for play can help your child learn just as much at home as at school. They foster active learning and encourage children to engage, explore, discover, learn and solve problems on their own. Organize your playroom, living room or child's bedroom according to activities: a special spot for toying with building blocks or loose parts, a dress-up or art corner, a quiet spot for reading and so on.

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Create stations for play. Dedicated stations for play can help your child learn just as much at home as at school. They foster active learning and encourage children to engage, explore, discover, learn and solve problems on their own. Organize your playroom, living room or child's bedroom according to activities: a special spot for toying with building blocks or loose parts, a dress-up or art corner, a quiet spot for reading and so on.
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