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  • Katie McIntyre

    christmas tree + high ceiling + big windows

  • Rachel Fisher

    Christmas tree love - Traditional Home

  • Bec Bogaards

    This is exactly the type of living room I want in my house! With high ceilings to fit a huge christmas tree!

  • Brooke Gray

    This is a dream living room - with the high ceilings and huge windows - so perfect for Christmas morning!

  • Lindsay Window & Door

    When i was 12 or so I wanted to be an architect and designed a house (using whatever lowpowered CAD software was available at the time.. which wasn't much) with a room just like this. It had a huge 2-story glass "bay window" the entire purpose of which was to show off a giant Christmas tree. This is wonderful.

  • Rebecca Gomm

    my future house at Christmas time!

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