COTE DE TEXAS: ANOTHER DOWNSIZING STORY & A GIVEAWAY BY CURATED!!

ANOTHER DOWNSIZING STORY & A GIVEAWAY BY CURATED!!


For years, Kristin Mullen, her husband, and four children all lived in this wonderful house which they had designed upon returning to the states after living abroad.  With 3 sons and one daughter, a large house was much desired and very needed.  Kristin loves to decorate and this house was her greatest project. 


I first wrote her house and her décor years ago – Kristin’s rooms were a Pinterest and blog favorite.  The house, on Meadowood, was featured in magazines and catalogues even rented it out for photoshoots.   Kristin and her husband had lived in the Far East and when she chose a decorative scheme for this house, she opted for a French Indo Colonial look – to remember those happy times.  


The front door opened to the foyer and the loggia beyond, with views of the expansive back yard.


The entry was my favorite – the skirted table and gray painted molding.


The living room was painted black - years before it became so on-trend.  Later, Kristin rearranged the room.   She brought in lots of red to create that French Indo Colonial feel.


Remember these two chairs – is all I will say!!!


The dining room was the highlight of the house!  Fabulous red Chippendale chairs, two chandeliers, and matching red Chinoiserie cabinets flank the side door.


This stunning piece was repurposed by Kristin.  Painted red, she added leather and brass studs to make it an even more Oriental piece.


The  family room looked as if it was transported from a Scottish mansion with it gorgeous Pine paneling.


The back patio with fireplace overlooks the pool and fountains.



The pool includes a water rill.

With such a large house – at almost 11,000 sq. ft and with three stories - when the children start leaving for college, you start thinking about downsizing.  Well, downsizing is all in the eyes of the beholder.

Kristin’s beloved daughter Darcy has a disability and will always live at home with a caregiver, so a downsized house still needs to be large enough to accommodate her needs, along with room down the road for visiting grandchildren, yet to be born.

Their plan was to sell the house on Meadowood, move to a townhouse and then build another, smaller dream house.  When Meadowood was finally sold, the family quickly moved to an ultra modern townhouse which was to be a nice break from classic décor.  The problem was that Darcy didn’t like the contemporary townhouse.  In  fact, she hated it and was very vocal about her displeasure.  After enduring it for a month, Kristin and her husband decided to meet with a realtor and that very morning they found a classic Tudor that had been remodeled.  It was smaller than Meadowood, but at 7,000 sq.ft. it wasn’t small.  Still – the set up was perfect for Darcy and that was the most important thing.

Like I said – one person’s downsizing isn’t the same as the next person, but the new house is 4,000 sq. ft. smaller!!   


The new house with Tudor accents is very cozy looking from the outside.  But the façade hides its true expansive size.

Kristin decided to give the house an inside/outside garden feel,  the opposite of the glamourous and dressy décor that Meadowood had.   Her family wanted a more casual home where they could use every room and walk around barefoot!    Her pricey rugs were put in storage and Dash and Albert rugs were used instead.   She christened their new home “The Barefoot House.”


BEFORE:   The Tudor house had dark molding and paneling, something that Kristin would never want to live with in a house.

One note – the house had been remodeled before the Mullen’s purchased it.  These are the before photos so you can see how different the house looks today.


TODAY:   Painted white, the room is now stunning!!    Recognize the chairs?  Fancy before in yellow silk, they now wear blue and white linen stripes and painted wood!    Beside the new white paneling and walls, the floors were stained black – a great contrast to all the white.

I am in LOVE with this room!!!!   Just beautiful!!!!


Another view towards the front window showing the urns on wood pedestals.


In the corner is this accent gilt chair and ottoman. 


You might remember that Kristin had several Aidan Gray pieces in Meadowood, which she used here in the Barefoot House.   That nest!!!  That’s fabulous!!!


Another view shows a bit more of the chandelier.  Love the sunburst which was found in Round Top!!


Cowtan and Tout curtains.  So pretty.


BEFORE:   Dark moldings and faux paint on walls.   The wine cellar is behind an iron door on the right.



TODAY:   All the walls are white with white moldings and dark, black wood floors for contrast.  Striped Dash & Albert rug.  The room has an inside/outside feel with the door that opens to the garden which Kristin created. 

After Kristin moved from Meadowood, she sold much of her furniture, including her dining table because the rental townhouse didn’t have two dining areas.  The new house did – and Kristin told me she refused to buy another table one month after she sold a perfect one.  Instead she decided to use her table from her outside loggia.  Paired with kubu chairs – the dining table is perfect for the Barefoot House!!

The chandelier came from the Meadowood living room and the bookshelf is from the former breakfast room.

The Tudor/Tuscany styled iron door to the wine cellar was removed by Kristin and a barn styled door styled by her is used here instead. 

Kristin used antique shutters throughout the house, as you will see!


A close-up of the styling in the bookshelves.  An antique pine chair stands in the corner.



A close-up of Kristin’s styling in the dining room – casual and perfect for the Barefoot House.



BEFORE:   The family room with more dark molding and light wood floors – both of which were changed. 


TODAY:  First Kristin removed a built in TV cabinet which was installed on this wall.  Next, she collected antique shutters to hide the large flatscreen.   The two center shutters open to reveal the TV. 

The upholstery is light and casual with blue and white stripes and beige tufted leather.   Against the wall is her prized antique Swedish grandfather clock.



A view of the shutters and console table which showcases Kristin’s talent at tablescapes!   I absolutely love how she hid the TV here!!!   Love her accessorizing! 



A view of the antique Swedish clock.



Behind the sofa is an antique desk with wood wing chair (!) 



The accessories have an watery, beach feel. 


Water colors are brought in by the accessories.



BEFORE:   The kitchen was just…dark. 



It’s amazing what paint can do!!!!  Look at this!!  New marble of course.  And a few new glass cabinet doors – but this is an amazing difference with just paint and new countertops.



BEFORE:  The breakfast area off the kitchen, more dark and light woods.



In the breakfast area, Kristin added a seating area at the window. Pewter plates hang over the desk.


The  library is off the front hall.  More dark moldings and light floors.


In the library, Kristin  added a slipcovered sofa and two red chinoiserie chairs.  Behind the sofa is the desk and slipcovered wingchair.  I love the red accents in the Dash & Albert rug!!!


BEFORE:  The master bedroom on the first floor, with  a sea of carpet. 


Today, the carpet is replaced with the dark wood floors and a pretty skin patterned Stark rug.

The bed is from Tara Shaw’s line.  Kristen mixed the toile curtains from Meadowood’s dining room with plain cream curtains.


There’s a zebra bench at the end table.


Kristin used the chinoiserie breakfront here in the bedroom to give the room that French Indo Colonial feel.



And, more antique shutters add layered texture to the room, along with the ticking covered wing chair.


A view at dusk in the back yard, where Kristin created an English styled garden with a pool.  The grass softly creeps right up to the pool – so as to eliminate a mass of hardscape.


And, a day view. 

There is also a smaller, secret garden, right off the dining room, at the side of the house.


Recently, at a Kappa luncheon honoring popular designer and blogger Mark Sikes, Kristin was invited to design a table setting.  Using Mark’s favorite blue and white stripes as a jumping off point, Kristin added antique French chairs along with red and white stripes.


Another view of her table, which was an unusual perfect square shape.   The movie “Home Again,” which Mark consulted on, also influenced her with the bougainvillea centerpiece.


Isn’t this just the perfect table to honor Mark Sikes??


Kristen opened her shop “Curated” a few years ago for another outlet to showcase her creativity.  The shop features Swedish & European antiques and accessories,  all handpicked by Kristin, along with objets d’art.  The shop also serves as a home base for her decorating business.



Don’t live in Dallas?  You can still shop at Curated online HERE.

Curated is also a Sponsor of Cote de Texas and it has its own button on the sidebar, where you can reach the store directly.

Kristin was so sweet to have a Giveaway for Cote de Texas readers.



One lucky reader will win these two 19” pillows in Swedish Grey

To win:

All you have to do is visit the Curated web site

HERE

and pick out your favorite item for sale.  Come back and leave a comment here, telling us your favorite item!

Be sure to go and “LIKE” the Curated Facebook page HERE

Want to visit Curated?

Call 469.930.9811

6725 Snider Plaza
Dallas, Texas
Monday - Saturday | 10am - 5pm

90 comments :

  1. Wow! The new house is beautiful!

    I used to read Kristin's blog but lost track of it...is she still blogging?

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  2. beautiful house. Lovely giveaway, love these pillows! Curated has fabulous accessories -I especially like the Tommy Mitchell flowers - I hope to find the blue Primula under the Christmas Tree this year!!!!

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  3. I love your decor!!!!! My favorite item is the fragment base with Poca Coral & red medium coral, spiny oyster vase, gorgeous.

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  4. Small brass easel with glass is my favorite item from Curated. Have not seen these anywhere. Those pillows would be just lovely on my sofa. Ann

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  5. I've been a big fan of Kristin's since you highlighted her design work years ago and I used to follow her Covetable blog. I need to find the time to go visit her new shop, it looks lovely! She has curated a wonderful selection of antique and vintage items. The vintage zinc garden table and all the chippy blue paint furniture items like the gustavian chests/nightstands are fabulous. I have many spots in my house for those pillows, fingers crossed! Thanks Joni and Kristen!

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  6. I like the first house best, especially that living room. Those black walls with those gorgeous drapes!! And the accent colors--red and purple and gold. So unusual and so well done. I like bright, sunny spaces, so it's amazing that I would fall for a room with so much black, but it isn't oppressive at all.
    The new house is a lot more casual, and a big improvement on what it previously was.

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  7. Beautiful house and so well done! I love the Louis XVI footstool with the luscious charcoal linen. And all the chairs! The website is full of treasures!

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  8. I especially liked the kitchen transformation. Incredible improvement. On the Curated website, I best like the silk Turkish pillow -- the one with all the little colorful ovals -- these would look great in mu sunroom. Thanks for your wonderful feature on these houses.

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  9. What an amazing transformation! I love the antique Belgian silver gilded mirror at Curated. It would be perfect for my powder room that I'm updating, but alas the price is too high for me. The pillows would look great in my living room. :)

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  10. What a beautiful home! Kristen is extremely talented - thank you for sharing! In her shop I love the antique saint statue (the small one).
    Lucky person who will receive the pillows - they are beautiful!

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  11. I as well like the antique statue.

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  12. Truly a beautiful home. I love the antique Belgian gilded mirror. So pretty. The pillows are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing, Joni.

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  13. Wow, I can’t imagine being surrounded by such beautiful pieces and rooms every day at home and at work. Hard to pick a favorite item on the Curated site but if I had to choose one, I would choose the Gustavian bookcase. https://curatedbykristin.com/shop/#!/Gustavian-style-bookcase/p/69410984/category=19329378

    Thanks for your efforts, Joni.

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  14. Love the new living room and family room! Especially the interesting natural looking accessories.

    Not easy to narrow it down to one favorite, but I have to pick the antique swedish grandfather clock. Dreamy!!

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  15. Love everything! Her house and shop!!! I would pick the Swedish Grandfather clock.

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  16. Riveting story and pictures!
    I was entranced by the antique Swedish secretary.
    Its surface is amazing!

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  17. Great story on downsizing - just beautiful! I have several obsessions on Curated but love, love ,love the malachite tray!

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  18. Loved both house! Kristen has great style. The antique Swedish secretary is fabulous. I hope those pillows find their way to my home!

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  19. Another amazing post Joni, thanks again for the eye candy! Honestly, I would happily decorate my home with everything in Kristen's shop, everything is so gorgeous and unique! But what really called to me was the Greek Key Ottoman with the tufted upholstery..BEYOND FABULOUS!

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  20. Stunning, stunning home...just love her new home. Impeccably styled. Hope to get to Dallas soon and would love to visit her shop. I must say that I love the Swedish Secretary..love that it was made in the 1700's and then later gifted to newlyweds in 1820...love a piece with great history...and the fact that it is documented on the piece is even more fantastic. Thanks for the tour!!!...and the giveaway!

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  21. I've missed reading your posts lately and enjoyed this amazing transformation. If my wish came true, I would pick the Swedish Grandfather clock. It would be a treasure to pass along to my kids and g-kids!

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  22. Love these chairs. Ugh!!! s0 transitional
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  23. Favorite item from Kristen's amazing shop: Antique Belgian tole candlestick. Your home is bright and happy. May you live there happily with your family for a long time.

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  24. I love the Antique Dutch bombe chests. I hope to inherit a chest that came over from The Netherlands with my parents. Alas, with four sisters it may not happen!

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  25. What a delightful post! Thank you, Joni!
    My favorite item is the Antique Trenamann 1870's lithograph
    (Hand colored egg print in ethereal blues and earthy greens, custom mat & frame).
    The shop is fabulous!

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  26. As a gardener I love the Belgian vintage planter -- just love her decorating style - thank you for sharing.

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  27. Just wonderful seeing before and after Joni! You do a wonderful blog. I am here for years and yet have had a challenge
    commenting. Just stunning!

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  28. Love your Page ! There were so many Beautiful thing to pick from , The Swedish secretary desk is so Beautiful love it ! Love your shop! looking forward to seeing more on Facebook.

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  29. Great post Joni! I remember your original story about her! Everything on her website is to die for- I loved the french chairs upholstered in the beautiful slate velvet!!

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  30. That was fun. It was neat how much happier she made it all look. Thank you and have a blessed day!

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  31. My favorite: Stunning hand-gilded pillow in natural linen with silver gilding! Just wonderful.

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  32. Wow this was hard, but my fav was the the Antique Swedish Grandfather clock! Building a new home, french country, light and bright would be beautiful in my foyer!
    She's on my must see next time I'm in Dallas, great post!

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  33. loved everything in the shop...but my favorite would be to have a consultation with Kristin...She certainly knows how to make a room CHANGE from Very Nice/Pretty to WOW!

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  34. I actually love the second house ..... much better than the first! My favorite item is the Antique Swedish Mora clock, with the gilded pillow a close second..... and my heart goes out to Kristin and her husband and Darcy

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  35. The Vintage oak leaf ironwork lamps are stunning - I want both! Adore both houses and can't wait to visit her store.

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  36. I love the new house! The Belgian garden planter is my favorite, and would fit in so many places! Thanks Joni!
    Lucy

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  37. What a wonderful transformation! I love the hidden TV idea and that entire room... The dining table and the entire room!!! LOVE. ... and that kitchen !!! I'm ready to buy white paint and do mine!! My favorite item is the small saint statue from her site but let's face it, I love it all!
    What a wonderful feature!

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  38. I love the framed pressed wisteria.

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  39. My favorite item from Curated is the Wisteria Pressed and Dried Botanical, so pretty. Enjoy your blog so much Joni, I'm always excited to see a new post in my inbox. Thank you!

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  40. I love it all, but could have lots of fun with the small brass easels with glass.

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  41. 8th c. plaster fragment with Pyrite sun, druzy quartz & Herkimer diamonds!! LUV druzy and wear mine, too!! I just ordered the leather bucket! franki fmparde@gmail.com

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  42. I really, really enjoyed this post. Although not a huge fan of white kitchens, in this case I do believe it was a change for the better, although I probably might have limed the oak cabinets to lighten, as I like the grain, and that oak looked like fabulous wood. On her site I loved the Ivory carved column floor lamp with French cords. May have to see about adding that to my family room or library. Thanks again for sharing both homes. Beautiful.

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  43. I love the Antique swedish folding stool on Curated site. So unusual and lovely but functional!

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  44. I like everything on her site, but my favorite might be the lovely Swedish clock!

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  45. Wow that kitchen! Makes me want to go buy a gallon of paint this afternoon!
    I like the breadboards. They are useful and great as art - hanging on a wall.

    loblog@nc.rr.com odompartyof5.blogspot.com

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    1. Yes!White kitchens can't be surpassed.

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  46. Love the Louix mirrors with antique glass!

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  47. SO many beautiful things it's hard to decide! However, the NeoClassical Swedish clock is so unusual and and I love the urn at the top -- so my favorite!

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  48. The Swedish grandfather clock... ANY Swedish grandfather clock! I have a soft spot in my heart for ALL of them. Love!

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  49. I ADORE the master bedroom! (and the gazebo with the porch swing!)

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  50. I loved this post Joni! Kristen is certainly talented. I loved the Belgian Bread Boards on her site, especially the large green one and the rectangular one with the shaped handle. Would love these for my kitchen wall!

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  52. I love the vintage Belgian zinc garden table from Curated.

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  53. Such an amazing giveaway! My favorite item from Curated is the Antique Swedish Breakfast or Center Table.

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  54. Thanks for introducing your readers to 'Curated'. I loved the antique birdbath and the multiple antique clocks!! There are so many things to like, I could just keep going... Kristin's homes are beautiful. I truly enjoyed viewing these lovely spaces in today's blog post!

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  55. Great post. The before and after photos certainly show a wonderful, fresh transformation. I love the grey pears. Simple but stunning.

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  56. Another great post, Joni! I visited Kristin's site and really like the large green Belgian bread board! I have seen one like this before, though it had a family name painted on it, and I am kicking myself for not buying it when I saw it. This one is very beautiful too. ~Miranda at HannahsHill.blog

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  57. I like the Antique Swedish Gustavian Stockholm side chair, c. 1790, beautiful patina

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  58. I love the English rosebud soup tureen, but it is hard to pick one thing. Thanks for sharing Kristen’s homes and shop.

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  59. I love the tufted ottoman with the Greek key base. Thanks for a fun post😄

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  60. The French Club Chair in peacock is stunning!!!! Thanks for another inspiring blog post.

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  61. Joni, I am savoring this post for my morning coffee time. Beautiful! (as usual) I liked the two tureens, especially the English rosebud one, and oh, the dove and the garden planter. I would love to use that lucite tray for the bar cart!

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  62. I like the greek key ottoman. Beautiful home!

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  63. Oh her house is just beautiful! I love the antique wall medallion, "Philomena"!

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  64. I am in love with the Belgian Opaline Lilly! Beautiful.

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  65. I like the Belgian antique church pedestal.
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  66. The Swedish dough bowls are fantastic! veronicaandtodd@gmail.com

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  67. Antique Swedish dough bowl III is one of my favorite Swedish bowls. It would look nice on top of a dark wood sofa table, for instance, with natural moss (inside a plastic lining to protect the bowl. The new bedroom decor was most lovely. I could not have lived in a dark house either. Dark homes (indoors) are oppressive. lettyc6748@gmail.com

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  68. I love the Ottoman with Greek key base and tufted upholstery! klbog1@gmail.com

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  69. It is all beautiful! I'll pick the vintage Belgian rectangular breadboard.

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  70. I love it all! The Gustavian Swedish chairs have my heart though!

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  72. Everything is gorgeous...love the Swedish grandfather clock!

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  74. The shop has such beautiful items, great unusual accessories. I love the swivel chair, botanical studies.

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  75. Curated is the most perfect name for this shop. That little headless antique saint is a delight. And thank you for your "curated" tour of that lovely home.

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  76. A stunning transformation! There are so many great details to take in. One of my favorite items on the site is the Vintage Belgian oval wicker basket 1. I have the perfect spot for it!

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  77. Loved seeing what Kristin did in her new home. Would be delighted to have the english rosebud soup toureen!! Would look beautiful on my dining room table.

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  78. A stunning transformation! There are so many great details to take in. One of my favorite items on the site is the Vintage Belgian oval wicker basket 1. I have the perfect spot for it!
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  79. View through my window: colors of fall, leaves turning bright yellow, red & orange, and the oak leaves hanging on until the bitter cold end of fall. Therefore, my favorite item on Vintage Belgian is the Vintage Oak Leaf Ironwork lamp. Dying to know the paint colors used in her stunning home.

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  80. I love the Vintage Belgium Demijohn wine bottle

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  81. I love the Antique Swedish barrel back chair Antique Swedish barrel back chair freshly dressed in a beautiful velvet animal print from Kravet Couture. Thank you.

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