The 5-Second Trick For Daybeds in Sierra Vista AZ 85650
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An image is well worth a thousand terms, and so is this cozy daybed House built by Los Angeles designer Betsy Burnham. The daybed frame has a wonderful lived-in glance, because of its weathered particulars. The vintage Indonesian piece absolutely has age but is sturdy, along with the hand-crafted architecture demonstrates its Southeast Asian history. Betsy was bought on its aesthetics, but her challenge was to include it into her residence working with energizing, colourful cloth without having being much too trendy.
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