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Casing is installed and bookcase is ready for final sanding, primer and paint.  Time to start planning the next project!

Casing is installed and bookcase is ready for final sanding, primer and paint. Time to start planning the next project!

Upstairs Loft/Retreat Remodel: Added can lights, shutters, crown molding, base molding, chair rail molding, fireplace, bookcases, & 2-tone paint.

Upstairs Loft/Retreat Remodel: Added can lights, shutters, crown molding, base molding, chair rail molding, fireplace, bookcases, & 2-tone paint.

Awesome book storage! Would be the coolest thing if it led up to a little nook to read in!

Awesome book storage! Would be the coolest thing if it led up to a little nook to read in!

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Foyer features a beautiful port hole window with a nook with a built-in window seat with drawers illuminated by Barbara Barry’s Small Aspect sconces next to staircase and grey front door. Wall paint color is Benjamin Moore Sheeps Wool.

Crown Molding Valances over our front door and sidelights.  The right-hand sidelight shutter is over a blank wall (no actual window behind it) for symmetry.

Crown Molding Valances over our front door and sidelights. The right-hand sidelight shutter is over a blank wall (no actual window behind it) for symmetry.

Great idea for the 'old' bedroom once we finished the extension.                                                                                                                                                      More

65 Wonderfully cozy reading nooks for book lovers

This London townhouse shows a look I love. The combination of antiques using modern colors and fabrics. This is one of my favorite cities to be inspired by. I use fabrics imported from many famous design houses, including Designers Guild, Osborne and Little and Jane Churchill.

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This London townhouse shows a look I love. The combination of antiques using modern colors and fabrics. This is one of my favorite cities to be inspired by. I use fabrics imported from many famous design houses, including Designers Guild, Osborne and Little and Jane Churchill.

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