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March 10, 2010

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So Beautiful! Can I move in? How nice to supply all the links.

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This article was a really interesting read, information has been presented in a clear and concise manner. Thanks!

The decoration is great and the chandeliers look perfect in every room. I hope you could share more interesting home improvement stories.

Oooh, I love that image of just her in the doorway of the budnliig, looking out to her left. Gorgeously composed! And these colors are brilliant. Absolutely lovely. Posts like this make me long for a reason to move across the pond.

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Being an Interior Design student I found some of the choices puzzling. I did a 1930s bedroom for a project, keeping everything almost akin to that time period, so I especially found the orange chair, for example, startling.

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