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Spectacular . Thank you for sharing.A few significant homes are up for sale in New Canaan CT right now.Breur's own home , one of my favorites.http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/628-West-Rd-New-Canaan-CT-06840/57325175_zpid/And not so favorite Johnson househttp://www.zillow.com/homedetails/218-Sleepy-Hollow-Rd-New-Canaan-CT-06840/57327255_zpid/
So I guess the hall way bench problem has been solved as well. Goes great with the light.
I dont know who is trolling me more Foo with the light or those that think he got it.No way do I believe you got that light.That's the ladder set up so it can be taken down and the one you order up. Assuming it didn't break in shipment or wrong color.
@Jr Mouse They are the regular size. I like the larger for indoor use upholstered. They are surprisingly comfortable.
Some outdoor stuff. Post a few quick pics to hear how my outdoors looks like it's 1966.
Almost as exciting as ordering @mafoofan
Nakashima Collection; This is geared towards Skinny. Not sure if he knew about this home, in his neck of the woods. I became friends with the family, while working during school. I met them after this tragedy http://www.nytimes.com/1989/05/24/nyregion/fire-razes-house-with-priceless-furniture.html But then they rebuilt. Had the second largest collection of Nakashima. http://www.nytimes.com/1991/11/14/garden/rebuilding-a-house-from-memory.html This is from when...
I think the issue is with it being at a 90 Degree angle with the wall, instead of parallel. or SF being SF.
Matt, thanks for posting the pictures.Your new place is too austere for me, but nicely executed. With the exception of the TP holder, which is tragic.Your beach house on the other hand looks heavenly. I just watched Coast Modern again http://www.hulu.com/watch/549354 , and your quote above is the message I felt reflected in the documentary.Keep posting, would love to see more.
That's good news. Order still on. Thank you for the quick response.
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