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Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Could you give me information about the lamp? Thanks! Great room.
bedroom and can also hold its own as an end table in a living room.
Buying NightstandsWhat size nightstand do you need? Easy — just figure out what you want to keep on top of it. Do you like to have a pile of books, a bottle of water and a reading lamp at hand? Pick a night table with a bigger surface.
bedspread chelsea room
Mary's room...Nani room...maddy room
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The bed is perfect for a guest room.
reading spots...Bed room...attic room idea...The room
Volunteer Park Residence 08
Family room - coffered ceiling with very little space between beams and window trim - DONT LIKE
Great guest room paint color, beautiful ceiling
Reading corner in bedroom
Living room walls...Lovely Room!
MAK Studio - Upper Terrace
This bed looks comfortable for every day / night sleep? Where to buy something like that?I dont have much space in my sons room,he is a groving teenager who needs long bed -twin size is too short ,but not too wide.
Beautiful modern living room!
reading lamp...kids rec room...Living room
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
chair colors are bad but i like the reading area set up.
owners wanted the master bedroom to feel a bit like a plush hotel room. Sheer black curtains, charcoal wallpaper and an artichoke-recalling light add to this effect.
The owners wanted the master bedroom to feel a bit like a plush hotel room. Sheer black curtains, charcoal wallpaper and an artichoke-like
The Olivers House
"Unique" is the word... Yeah, not normally my style, But I love the elegance to the decore in this room. If I met a client that had a desire for something like this, woud definitely look into their family tree and snatch a few pics for the wall to give
Chandelier and crisp white bed linens w/grey monogram in a cool, pale room...so like mine! Cool to see on Houzz....someone has similar tastes...ha!ha!
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