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Studio NOO Design
Teenage girl room
records hanging on wall! Macy would love it!
Love the use of the records...
art / vinyl records or album covers
like the curtains around the bed and the records
Love the records hanging
Records on the wall.
Records on wall Teen Room
record wall...record dots...The record wall...Records on wall
Maggie Stephens Interiors
Queen Anne Two Bedroom
palette. Record album storage doubles as a window seat. Photo by Sawaya Photography.
for the record storage unit at IKEA?
Fabulous storage for records and window seating!
Records stored in IKEA shelving unit
Record playing nook in kitchen bench
school records, I would just probably put the record player a little higher.
vinyl records take up a lot of real estate. The good thing is, their pleasing shape and artistic covers will only add to your decor. Take a cue from decorator Maggie Stephens and tuck albums into the cubbies of a basic Ikea shelving unit. By topping the shelf with a cushion, you can have a space that’s
Kathleen DiPaolo Designs
framed record albums and the vintage 70's pendant.
framed record albums
records and striped walls
Framed records, stripes
record jackets framed
Record on the wall...FRAMED RECORDS...music records...pillows and records
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
into a recording studio
recording studio...recording studio
Carolina Design Associates, LLC
not have record of this exact stain color. If you want
not have record of this exact stain color. If you want a nice strain color to try: Minwax English chestnut stain.
not have record of this exact stain color. If you want a nice stain color to try: Minwax English chestnut stain.
Matthew Frederick - M. Frederick L.L.C.
and land records can provide clues about when your home was built and how it may have changed over the years.But the most helpful pace of all may be your local library! In this age of digital information, it's almost shocking to realize that some information is actually easier to find in person. Old town
town records, original photographs of homes, historical maps and relevant newspaper articles are all items that can be tracked down with help from your local reference librarian.Try your local historical society, too. An active historical society can have a wealth of information on homes in the area. Many
The Woodshop of Avon
The Woodshop of Avon
familyID=1968&recordID=5051018 Thanks again! Best!