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Example of a classic family room design in Toronto
Sandra Howie
Sandra Howie
11 Reviews

By SANDRA HOWIETraditional Family Room, Toronto

I truly love giving our mostly traditional home a christmas mantel that is both simple and sparkly with a bit of rustic and a bit of modern.

Example of a classic family room design in Toronto —  Houzz

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susanmyers280 wrote:Aug 12, 2012
Can you tell me where you got the PEACE sign? Thanks.

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    Sandra Howie
    Hello,
    The peace sign was from a local independent shop near my home.

    Sandra
Kim Orwin wrote:Sep 26, 2012
what color was used on the wall

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    Sandra Howie
    It is moth gray by Pratt and Lambert
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Love the warm glow here. Great idea for mantel or shelf!

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