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10 comments:

  1. Where can I buy the black and tan check gift wrap? Bought a roll of "Domain" Premium Holiday Gift wrap at Home Goods about a year ago for $2.99. Have been searching everything under the sun that I can think of with no luck. It looks identical to the gift wrap in your Xmas wrapping displays. Also bought what I describe as a coordinating buffalo check,,,,, again, no luck in my search to find. Any info you can pass on would be great! Thanks, Deb

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    1. Hi Deb! I believe I bought that one at Home Goods back in 2013 during the Christmas season. Home Goods always has a great variety of wrapping paper. Good luck in your search. Thanks for liking my wrapping and for stopping by!

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  2. Jessica, I'm looking to do a faux brick accent wall in my house. I've had two people say they saw a faux brick wallpaper on a wall at the Home A Rama in Sagamore 2015. Would you happen to know the supplier/designer/manufacturer of said wallpaper? Thanks! Please reply to nene227@att.net

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  3. Are you going to continue to do the before and after plans for Fixer Upper?? I'd really be interested in the latest episode they did!

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    1. Hi Jacki! I would love to I just haven't had a lot of time yet. Is there something unspecific you liked I could you help with? Maybe just that episode I will, just for you! ;)

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    2. Hi! Yes my husband and I loved the Big Country home for the Eberles! We are just trying to figure out the layout of the house to see if we would be able to tweek it to fit our family!

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    3. Unfortunately, I can't help you there. I don't have the layouts of the house. You may try looking on the Magnolia Homes website or contacting them directly to see if they would share the layout of the house.

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    4. It was worth a shot! Thanks so much for getting back to us! PS Love your style!

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    5. Aww you're sweet. I appreciate that!

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  4. Hi I was looking at a kitchen on Fixer-upper on HGTV and my search led me to you. I live in the Caribbean and I'm in the planning stages of building for my new home, but the kitchen still baffles me. Know I want an open floor plan, with the living and dining in one; open, the kitchen however, I want it to be half way open,with a circular arc entry way, and with cabinets coming up half the way so the kitchen is not completely open.The kitchen will be about 16 ft X 16 Ft or may be a bit ever. Want it to have a pantry, cabinetry of course, but not too much, so the cabinets over power the kitchen and just look too much. Also I would like to have an average sized double stainless steel kitchen sinks, with a drain board, and I was thinking a bar, that would separate the dining from the kitchen, so the seating for the bar would be on the side to the dining room. That bar could double as a breakfast bar, to seat around 4. But if I have that then, putting an island in kitchen in the center of the kitchen as well, will that be too much? What I was thinking that I could do an island, not so big for that food preparation, and storage below, no sink on the island.Was thinking that glass blocks, or just very heavy glass with crown molding would be better to display fancy wares and china , to more add some style and detail to the kitchen as it would not be used for eating. But what I concerned about is that if I do seating there it would be too much seating... that the bar, dining and still island, too much seating for a family of 4. Tell me what do you think. Should I do just the island or can I do an island and bar, and then I am looking at that bar will also provide some storage on the side that does not have the seating, and so would the island, and the pantry, so the amount of cabinets I need would be less, so as not too be too many. What do you think Jessica? (Antigua, West Indies)

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