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Furnishr

Thanks for the article Suzi! I love how the colors blend so nicely together, with the plants adding vibrancy to the spaces; the bold wall art is also a fantastic touch.

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Suzi Appel Photography

Thanks for the comment. Adoni Astrinakis, the artist of the bold art, has exhibited in New York this year by the way...

   
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