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E Tro
why do I make my home to meet the expectation of others? I wonder if Mr. Eastman feels compelled to dust on a schedule. Thanks for making me realize our home is our space. bet I would like you based upon your "digs".
   
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Johnsons Home Design
The average Joe would feel welcome in a place not so pretentious. I have always wanted to put a spiral stair case in my home, they are not to the building code in BC, I assume the way to go is "just do it".
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abog
I love loft living and would live here in a heartbeat. Fabulous!
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