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kafehausdiva

Entdoc1

yes it’s called BEIGE - nuff said.

   
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Kim Herman

entdoc1 -- its up there above the before picture, it says Oxford Stone by Farrow & Ball

   
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CGinNoCO

I love it! It's the perfect mix of semi formal and comfortable. The coffee table scape is a bit precious for me, but that's a designers at work. My coffee table has two nice books about Pompeii, a toy army truck and an alphabet set, both belonging to the four year old grandson. I can't get too fancy with him around.

   

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