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My Style at Home

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Buttons from my maternal grandmother's collection transformed a simple plastic tissue dispenser into something special.

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Stargazer lilies from the garden meet the Elizabeth Bradley stargazer lily cushion.

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The back deck facing west.

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The back deck facing East.

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Hydrangeas and Leycesteria formosa on the kitchen island.

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Meet Bee Lily, a gift from Bonnie. She used to live outdoors, but I decided to bring her in and put her in the little hall between the master bedroom and bathroom so I could see her in profile coming and going...

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Small seating area on the porch by the hot tub.

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Daher tin trays of French fans.

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In the powder room is a set of Daher tin plates of "The Four Seasons" by Nicolas Lancret (1690-1743), with a Sirocco junk shop pendant in the middle.

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Prints by Tsanya Top: Peacock Garden Bottom: Love Triumphant

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Prints by Tsanya in the hallway between the master bedroom and bathroom: Top: Cupid's Bower Bottom: Fountain of Love

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The ceiling fixture in the foyer, the third piece in the group which is from Hinkley. The glass in all of them is so thin it's nerve-wracking to wash.

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Chandelier at the top of the stairs, companion to the hallway light fixture.

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Hallway light fixture.

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Found in a pile of trash at a salvage yard. The corners have a beautiful verdigris patina.

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A pair of these mirrors replaced the typical large slabs that were in the master bathroom when we bought our house.

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Strass crystal chandelier in the dining room. We're not ones for fancy state occasions, so I enjoy the chandelier most for the way light bounces off it during the day. On winter evenings when the icicle lights on the front porch are on, the drops on the chandelier sparkle with little rainbows that dance throughout the room...

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A friend who visited Egypt brought me this painting on papyrus, which I had framed.

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I wish I knew the name of this style of painting, with its three dimensional areas of what appears to be plaster on wood. I found it in an antique shop in Sacramento years ago.

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'Pandora' by John William Waterhouse hangs in the master bath and honors our late cat by that name who adopted Roger after meeting him in a paint store.

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Powder room mirror, French and admittedly over the top.

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Another salvage yard find, it's made of plaster and is about 6"x8".

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Powder room drapes. The window looks out on the front porch, just to the right of the front door, and I hoped the window treatment would provide something else to think about, and the blind that opens from bottom to top, which I couldn't get in the picture since the room is so small, would ensure privacy and some natural light.

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A tapestry in the dining room.

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I'll never outgrow this treasured memento of my visit to the Babar 50th anniversary exhibition in Paris. I bought two and gave one to a friend and fellow Babar afficionado, who hung it in his office.

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