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Country dining room photo in San Francisco with white walls

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This cozy breakfast nook required heavy roman shades to protect the area from intense Sonoma heat, but we still wanted them to look light. We achieved this by heavily backing a beauitful watery blue linen.

Country dining room photo in San Francisco with white walls —  Houzz

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charitychap wrote:April 20, 2014
Kim Rozelle wrote:June 19, 2014
What type of windows did you use? Are the grills between the glass?

Simple Life Organizing wrote:April 22, 2015
Where did .you buy the pillows from?

ginamarie22 wrote:July 20, 2015
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    Julia Katrine Designs

    Thank you! They were custom made and are a pale blue linen lined for light and heat control.

barm1966 wrote:November 12, 2015
seminack wrote:January 4, 2016
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