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March 31, 2014


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Susan I love your aqua shelf. It's so thin, curvy and cute. You have done so well placing everything. You know I now have started to collect the powder soap holders.
I found one and then another so I guess I have found a new collection. They are hard to find down here. I love the shelf you have yours on. I do LOVE your old metal shopping cart. I would love to have one of those. I have my rolls of wrapping paper in a vintage Snoopy garbage can. LOL. It was my son's when he was little. He is now 45.
I have thoroughly enjoyed touring your room.


I'm so glad you decided to highlight different areas of your new studio. I am really enjoying it.


I sure love your aqua scallopy/deckle shelf..I'm obsessed with that vintage design..I love it so much. The '50s houses here have them on the fascia boards and window trims. When we bought this house I saw a corner cabinet with that same scallopy shape in a bedroom & was hoping it was going to stay..darn, the sellers took it. I also wish they had left the original kitchen cabinets & the same trim intact, but when they remodeled in the '80s they then attached the original cabinets to the garage walls where they got too gunked up to restore.
I just watched an old 1930s movie the other day called, "Snowed Under" with the cutest movie set design of a Connecticut house and guess what was in all the rooms? Yep, the same scallopy/deckle trim. :)

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