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Arciform
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Maria & Jim's Adventurous Victorian
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them an asset, using them to define bays for the expansive pantry. The open shelves were inspired by ones seen in an old-fashioned small-town grocery store; they create a divider between the kitchen and the pantry. Clerestories maintain an open and light feeling. A large piece of steel on the right ties
“cubby for frige” — olive52
Donna DuFresne Interior Design
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Donna DuFresne
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Medicine cabinets often fall prey to unwanted perusal. Store any embarrassing items (fungus cream?) in a cabinet like this one, hidden in the beadboard.
“Bath storage” — arleneparkay
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Jeanie Engelbach
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Engelbach’s vintage lunch box collection started when she was in college, when manufactured metal ones were still sold in stores. “The collection was modest, but friends started to pick them up for me,” she says. “Flea markets and yard sales have been how I bulked up my collection.” A collection of vintage
“فقط جعبه پشتیا” — Morvarid Aryan
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Mansfield, TX: Mary & Eddie Phillips
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reclaimed wood and two large bisected pipes. Most of the chairs in the house are secondhand and came either from friends or consignment and thrift stores.
“La base pour le dessus de la table.” — geraldperreault
Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
A Musician's Vintage Style Brings a Cottage to Life
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living room corner, cowboy boots found on eBay stand next to an Oahu record player and a guitar from Emerald City Guitars. “I really love vintage guitar stores which have guitars and equipment that are both usable and work well on their own in the house,” Pickerel says. “You can leave them out, and they look
“Eclectic #4” — Angela Stiggins
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
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They added these built-in bookcases to the living room, creating an expansive opportunity for storing and displaying books, small sculptures and other artistic odds and ends. And, prominently, a book about Vivienne Westwood. More: Visit Borgnes-Giramonti's blog, A Bloomsbury Life. Tour more inspiring
“Wood floors” — meghanmary5
Julie Ranee Photography
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with her family. "Someone always ends up playing the glockenspiel," she says.The coffee table is made of leather and was purchased at a local antiques store. Couch: Ikea
“Coffee table” — ksutts
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Roebuck Home
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A hamper from Hable Construction corrals quilts and linens below the table, along with boots stored in an antique Pepsi crate, while several colorful feathers dress up a bird’s nest on top. For Cody's birthday, Kate let him pick from a series of bug paintings she'd done. He chose the spider, and she
“White and colorful” — rileytara10
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