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  • Jeffery H. Stallings

    Suzanne Kasler’s dining room is beige with warm pink silk taffeta panels. The unusual color scheme came from the stripes in the chair fabric.

  • Federico Wehner

    For the ladies. Suzanne #modern interior design #home interior design 2012 #living room design #living room design| http://homedesigncollections463.blogspot.com

  • Liz Hankins

    Small Moments: Decorating Inspirations: Pink Bathrooms, Kitchens, and Dining Rooms

  • Lisa Wehler

    wall color with pinkish silk and a bit of yellow, for everyone whom has dreamed of a pink room but was afraid to do it.

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