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La Lune Collection
Adorable, Molly!
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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Brilliant!!
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alisonb11
I would have put the lovely wood bench currently in front of the stairs where the other outdoor bench is in the living room, and saved buying the second one.
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eleandmac
Pretty and very welcoming!
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1945shadow
When moving abroad, the best thing you can do is learn the language. I moved to West Germany for six years and attended the Goethe Institute in Munich. The institute's professors teach German in German. I became fluent in German and immersed myself in their culture. I traveled all over western Europe, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia. I viewed the experience as a great adventure and opportunity and loved it. I also spoke Spanish and French, which helped enormously, when traveling. The article and other comments were spot on.
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Jamie
My husband and I live in our forever home now , but we moved several times before we built it. I think the biggest thing for me when we moved into each of those homes was to fully unpack. I have seen many times when families try to live out of suitcases or boxes for months, always thinking that this is temporary so why should I unpack to only have to repack it all again. While the feeling of being on "vacation" is nice for a while, everyone likes to get back home to the familiar. Unpacking your things, putting pictures on the walls, and setting up spaces like you are going to live there for years instead of months can seem daunting, but the feeling of belonging it can give you is priceless for no matter how long you plan on staying.
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midmodfan
Agree with artisticgurl that the toilet is questionable. There are less conspicuous washlets available. (Having one is fantastic, by the way! You'll never want to use a normal toilet again.) But I love the floor tile, because it ties in the light and dark wall tiles, and the almost invisible shower partition is definitely a good choice.
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furpants
I think that floor tile works when the grout lines are thin and dark. In this bath the grout lines are competing with the tile pattern.
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Becky Harris
Fantastic story Mary Jo. As I started to read, all I could think of was the horrifying scene in "The Girl" on HBO, where Hitchcock tortures Hedron with the birds, but then I got so into the story of the family, the town, the neighbors bringing back what they had pilfered, the ghosts, that I forgot all about it.
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Molly
Iconic structure. Kudos to the family that bought it and even better, make it their home.
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