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Sweet William
paula mills's home
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left behind here. The vanity was a lucky find ($50!) from a local charity shop. The sweet wire "amour" was found while Mills was on vacation in Ireland
left behind here. The vanity was a lucky find ($50!) from a local charity shop. The sweet wire ‘amour’ was found while Mills was holidaying in Ireland.
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Folk art in the family room
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turn all kinds of things into lamps," she says. "I can walk into my lamp shop carrying a strange object and because they know me so well, I just hand it
embrace the vintage coastal look. Keep a look out at auctions or secondhand shops, or make your own using bits of old wood. Vintage coastal is all about an
“Cuadro” — Jaime Luis Gonzalez
Rikki Snyder
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Cottekill Church
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things you can do to stay inspired and enjoy your home, even when you can't shop.
things you can do to stay inspired and enjoy your home, even when you can't shop.Tell us: Are you a slow decorator, or do you tend to get everything done
you really want? Share your tips and stories in the Comments!More: How to Shop Your Home for a New LookHow to Appreciate Your House Just as It Is
“I like the sofa style and also the painted side table.” — pattielmore
SuzAnn Kletzien Design
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Galaxy Gazer Nursery
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hang above the dresser. “I found the prints online and in local antique shops,” says Kletzien. “I used frames from West Elm and Cost Plus World Market
hang above the dresser. “I found the prints online and in local antique shops,” says Kletzien. “I used frames from West Elm and Cost Plus World Market
hang above the dresser. ‘I found the prints online and in local antiques shops,’ says Kletzien. ‘I used frames from West Elm and Cost Plus World Market
“Pics” — flynn27
Chris Snook
Clerkenwell Flat
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Working to a tight budget, Nic sourced the kitchen from the London Kitchen Shop. ‘It looks just as good as a more high-end model,’ says Nic, ‘but was a fraction
Working with a tight budget, Farhi sourced the kitchen from the London Kitchen Shop. “It looks just as good as a more high-end model,” says Farhi, “but was a
“Colorful chairs” — gadgetsjoe
Sarah Greenman
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Fort Worth, TX: Mike & Ann Williams
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favorite place to shop, although I love Simple Things in Fort Worth,” she says. “I also love many of the antiques and design shops in Dallas. My go-to
“love theses chairs” — mjkjrobinson
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My Houzz: Kristy and Sean - Red Hook, Brooklyn
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with a line of geometric planters, which we designed and produced at our shop,” she says. The square planter in the center is a part of the new series
the couple designed for the expanded gardening offerings produced at their shop.
the couple designed for the expanded gardening collection produced at their shop.
“style, wood on wood, colors, table, chair” — amandans09
Mina Brinkey
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My Houzz: Gagnon Residence
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il Photo “The space is definitely feminine,” says Gagnon. “Since I own a shop, I am continually exposed to great design and artisans.” Seen here is a table
“The space is definitely feminine,” says Gagnon. “Since I own a shop, I am continually exposed to great design and artisans.” Seen here is a table made
“The space is definitely feminine,” says Gagnon. “Since I own a shop, I am continually exposed to great design and artisans.” Seen here is a table
“corbel” — Azita Hanassab
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