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    • Sarah Miranda

      Bobi Law Designs: Living Room

    • Samantha Jones

      shoestring sophistication: faux console table attached to wall with L-brackets. 2x12" stained dark

    • Abbie Lynn

      shoestring sophistication: Piece of wood from Home Depot cut to size of couch, stained, attached to wall with L-brackets.

    • Meghan Oaks

      shoestring sophistication: Updates during my blogging absence...

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