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Mexican-Style Divided Doors These divided doors are made of sabino wood, derived from sabino trees in Mexico used for doors and furniture in the 18th and early 19th centuries. The division in the doors was to allow air and light to flow into the home while keeping farm animals out.

Spanish-Style Decorating Ideas

Brandon Barre Photography - Eclectic living room with venetian plaster walls 7 ceiling, ...

How to French Tuft a Cane Chair from Apartment Therapy.

How-To: French Tuft a Cane Chair...From the Flea Market

Martha Stewart Collection Fabric Sofa, Saybridge: Custom Colors 92"W x 40"D x 31"H - Furniture - Macy's

I love the use of the space under the stairs

practical and pretty centerpiece

Dear Lillie: Back Home

yellow living room

Matter of Trust


the Polished Pebble: SOLD

Paint color Benjamin Moore - summer shower

down to the wine cellar...

vintage TV stand

Mudrooms, Pantries and Pocket Doors

framed words

casual elegance

gut a hall closet and create pantry shelving for extra storage

colorful decor

old church pew bench

patchwork floor for a small space

mixed patterns

herringbone floors

Industrial paper roll message board

An Italian neoclassical table serves as the bar.

20 decorating secrets no one told you about

glue a floor-length mirror to an antique door

coffee love