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    • Chris Else

      I guess I like orange furniture with vintage yellow signs in languages that I don't speak. Undecided on the indoor dog and figurine collection

    • Vintage Lover Girl

      Love the orange cabinet and the antler chandelier and the French metal signs and the head sculptures, and, and . . .

    • Laurie Marks

      orange#floor decorating before and after #floor design ideas #floor design #modern floor design #floor interior design| http://floor-design.blogspot.com

    • Lisa League

      Would love to find a piece of furniture like this to paint with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint color Barcelona Orange! LL-relinked to original source.

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