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The Painted Home
5 Reviews
Guest Room
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Do pages on headboard, or roomdivider
Black & White =- pages from book
Wallpapered with individual vintage pages from a book....interesting.
old pages, wonderful :D
pages for wallpaper
“Do pages on headboard, or roomdivider” — heletb
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Black Banks Plantation
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William Page, a friend and employee of Pierce Butler Sr. Before purchasing Retreat Plantation on the southwestern tip of the island in 1804, Page managed the Hampton plantation and Butler's Island. Upon Page's death in 1827, Thomas Butler King inherited the land together with his wife, Page's daughter
daughter, Anna Matilda Page King. King expanded his father-in-law's planting empire on St. Simons as well as on the mainland, and by 1835 Retreat Plantation alone was home to as many as 355 slaves. The center of life during the island's plantation era was Christ Church, Frederica. Organized in 1807 by a group
“Gate greens” — Jen & Ken Stocker
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Black Banks Plantation
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William Page, a friend and employee of Pierce Butler Sr. Before purchasing Retreat Plantation on the southwestern tip of the island in 1804, Page managed the Hampton plantation and Butler's Island. Upon Page's death in 1827, Thomas Butler King inherited the land together with his wife, Page's daughter
daughter, Anna Matilda Page King. King expanded his father-in-law's planting empire on St. Simons as well as on the mainland, and by 1835 Retreat Plantation alone was home to as many as 355 slaves. The center of life during the island's plantation era was Christ Church, Frederica. Organized in 1807 by a group
Lori Carroll & Associates
4 Reviews
Uncommon Ground
Ideabooks19
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Basic beige could be dull, but here, creamy taupe walls showcase the homeowners colorful artwork
“Not this.” — erichchristinep
Eldorado Stone
5 Reviews
Stacked Stone Candle Wall
Ideabooks42
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loriwilesdesign.com Phone: (319) 310-6214 Contact Lori Wiles Design Houzz: www.houzz.com/pro/loriwiles/lori-wiles-design Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Lori-Wiles-Design Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/loriwilesdesign/ Photography: Lori Wiles Design Mason: Iowa Stone Supply Website: www.iowastonesupply
appointment) 1530 Stamy Road Hiawatha, IA 52233 Central Iowa Showroom (by appointment) 2913 99th Street Urbandale, IA 50322 Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Iowa-Stone-Supply
“door” — asdff
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Black Banks Plantation
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William Page, a friend and employee of Pierce Butler Sr. Before purchasing Retreat Plantation on the southwestern tip of the island in 1804, Page managed the Hampton plantation and Butler's Island. Upon Page's death in 1827, Thomas Butler King inherited the land together with his wife, Page's daughter
daughter, Anna Matilda Page King. King expanded his father-in-law's planting empire on St. Simons as well as on the mainland, and by 1835 Retreat Plantation alone was home to as many as 355 slaves. The center of life during the island's plantation era was Christ Church, Frederica. Organized in 1807 by a group
“Glass” — shflynn
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Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks19
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William Page, a friend and employee of Pierce Butler Sr. Before purchasing Retreat Plantation on the southwestern tip of the island in 1804, Page managed the Hampton plantation and Butler's Island. Upon Page's death in 1827, Thomas Butler King inherited the land together with his wife, Page's daughter
daughter, Anna Matilda Page King. King expanded his father-in-law's planting empire on St. Simons as well as on the mainland, and by 1835 Retreat Plantation alone was home to as many as 355 slaves. The center of life during the island's plantation era was Christ Church, Frederica. Organized in 1807 by a group
“Balcony” — Cleide Pinto
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Black Banks Plantation St. Simons Island
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William Page, a friend and employee of Pierce Butler Sr. Before purchasing Retreat Plantation on the southwestern tip of the island in 1804, Page managed the Hampton plantation and Butler's Island. Upon Page's death in 1827, Thomas Butler King inherited the land together with his wife, Page's daughter
daughter, Anna Matilda Page King. King expanded his father-in-law's planting empire on St. Simons as well as on the mainland, and by 1835 Retreat Plantation alone was home to as many as 355 slaves. The center of life during the island's plantation era was Christ Church, Frederica. Organized in 1807 by a group
“walls” — cyclechickie
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