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mrsben
RE 'mcgrathinnola's' comment. DITTO! You truly captured the essence of 'home'.
   
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rdiver2008
Love the entryway cubby you made! Practical, warm and stylish - I never thought of making my own, but who knows! Thanks for the inspiration.
   
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gwen mckay
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