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Oeuf Children's FurnitureOur favorite pieces from Oeuf:
1. Classic Toddler Bed
2. Robin Dresser
3. Mini Library

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The secret to open shelves: You want to group like objects — serving bowls, a collection of pitchers — instead of spreading them out, and leave a little space in between before you go on to something else. When everything is neutral, everything works together. If things were all different colors, it could be overwhelming.  For more tips and tricks visit

See Jane Work
Shopping List from See Jane Work:

1. Mail Sorter
2. File Box
3. Magazine Holder
4. Clips
5. Pencils
6. Art Box
7. Letter Box

Martha Stewart Kitchen OrganizationSolutions from Martha for an organized kitchen:

1. Maximize space.
2. Put everything within reach.
3. Protect surfaces and group tools.
4. Use every inch.
5. Divide (and conquer) the drawer.

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About Lee F. Mindel: He plays it straight, giving the street the kind of Colonial structure that’s typical of the neighborhood. The Modernist architect acknowledges local tradition with a respect free of irony.

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The Hickory Furniture Mart’s most popular event, this event takes place every year after the wholesale market in High Point, NC.  See one of a kind market samples and find out what is hot in furniture trends!  Showroom displays and overruns are available for purchase at marked down prices.

November 6 – 8

Friday & Saturday 9am-8pm and Sunday 1-5pm.

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“What was once little and precious is today strong and refined,” says architect Lee Mindel, of Shelton, Mindel & Associates, who, with his partner, Peter Shelton, reconfigured and brought light into a cramped condominium in a former industrial building in Chelsea.

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Simple and beautiful :: Neutral Rooms from Apartment Therapy
Seen on: Wide Open Spaces

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On a rustic lane on the edge of a village near Philadelphia, Lauren Sara happened upon a stone house covered with vines, weeds and so many creepy-crawly things that it looked like a giant terrarium. To Sara, it was a magical encounter, like something out of a children’s book, and underneath all that green disorder she saw something beautiful. And as she looked around at the surrounding woods and meadows, she saw everything she wanted: space, quiet and a barn for her horses.  To learn more about this gorgeous home visit

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