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    • Arianna Cusick

      front hallway

    • Maye Jewess

      Staircase Ideas - Decorating Beautiful Staircases - Country #interior ideas #interior design

    • Melissa Berner

      country staircase ideas | Country Living: Renovating an Old House

    • WDWS Design Trends

      love these paint by numbers paintings

    • Amy Saunders

      Landscape painting gallery walls

    • Laura Fox

      Instead of pricey artwork, the Hellmans focused on landscape paintings as a theme, scooping up many for next to nothing at flea markets, then grouping them together for greater impact. They have two rules for the paintings that line their hallway: Each artwork must cost under $100 and include a house. Read more: Renovating an Old House - Before and After Pictures of Home Restoration - Country Living

    • Erin's Vision Boards

      I love everything about this old home renovation in upstate New York

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