Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: Love the lamp ~ where is it from?
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Hi Roseanne, the lamp was made from an early 20th century Santo we purchased some years ago, and eventually got the "bright" idea to make it into a lamp! Very cool, isn't it

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Rosanne Lippincott

It truly is a treasure!


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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: Love the coffee table! Where can I find it or a similar one?
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This is actually a vintage glass patio table that we shortened the legs on to make into a coffee table. In our small space glass was the perfect choice, not too visually imposing. Glad you love it, we do too!
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: I too would like info on the hand held vacuum.
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asnikkar
I believe it's a Dyson. I have one and it looks just like that.
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer
it IS a Dyson that my husband (who is a vacuum freak) purshased from QVC. And we love it, it is cordless, very effective, has lots of user friendly attachments.
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: What type/name brand is the vacuum cleaner?
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Sybil Needham
Thank you!!!
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer
it is a Dyson, (from QVC)
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: Secretary question
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YogaJulie
Thanks and one more question please; since you are in Santa Rosa, can you recommend a good workroom for draperies please?
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer
Oh Julie, how I wish I could! A great workroom is hard to come by...I had super resources in Seattle, but have been mostly retired since we move to Santa Rosa (just do consultations and makeovers now), so really do not have anyone to recommend. I know they do window treatments out of Pedersen's furniture, but I'm afraid that is the best I can do! Good luck....
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: GOT THE HEIGHT AND DEPTH BUT WOULD LOVE TO KNOW THE WIDTH
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64"
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lynnwiewior
Many thanks
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: Secretary
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It is an antique Swedish piece, probably early 1800's. A store specializing in Swedish antiques would be your best bet. Good luck!
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: so what IS this flower?!?
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sorry, no idea:-)
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Maureen deBruyn
It looks like nigella. Also called "love in a mist".
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: what is this
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This is kale, surrounded by winter pansies
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer commented on a discussion: Landlord won't let me put any holes in the wall to hang art work.
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klopty
I've rented many years yet love pictures on my walls. Command 3m hooks have been a godsend: reliable & completely removable. Just be sure to pay attention to the weight of your picture, and match it to the right hook. That is very important. If in doubt, use two hooks side by side to share the load. And clean before sticking, with isopropyl alcohol. I've found they are great too when you change your mind or just want to freshen a room by moving pictures around/changing them out. No guilts about holes! &hooks are reusable. They aren't as cheap as some removable hooks, but for me they've been worth the investment! :) :)
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Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer
I do it anyway, we just carefully spackle and paint before we move. Honestly, I'd get a new landlord!
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