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i love racks and hooks. these colors are pretty too! via Design Sponge.

beadboard backsplash installation. I want to do this behind my desk corner then add shelves. I think it'll look really great.

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Sunny Citron. No need to paint the walls to make a change. Just paint the island your "new" favorite color and change up the fabric on the windows for an update! Love!

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