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tshome
I closed out this window too soon and had to come back to tell you how much I enjoyed your home. One of my favorite rooms was the bathroom with the old tiles and new wallpaper. I often wonder why so many people automatically get rid of old tile unless it's garish because I find a lot of it quite attractive and a waste of money to replace.
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bigdhlwd
suitcase table- do this with vintage storage trunk
   
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muppa
very nice
   

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