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It shouldn’t come as a surprise that I rarely buy brand new things around here. In fact, with the exception of a few items, most of my home is a menagerie of second-hand beauties that I’ve slowly pieced together over the years. So when Hilary at Pulp Design asked me to participate in a design challenge where I would choose items for a bedside table, I gladly accepted. Putting together fictional rooms with items that I would never otherwise purchase is something I’ve practiced since I was a little girl with a pair of scissors and the Sears catalog.
These are a few things that I would gladly put in my bedroom if I had an extra couple thousand dollars lying around. You can see the rest of my picks, as well as the very different choices that Amy of Parker Etc. put together, over on the Hello Splendor blog. 

[ DESIGN DUAL ]

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that I rarely buy brand new things around here. In fact, with the exception of a few items, most of my home is a menagerie of second-hand beauties that I’ve slowly pieced together over the years. So when Hilary at Pulp Design asked me to participate in a design challenge where I would choose items for a bedside table, I gladly accepted. Putting together fictional rooms with items that I would never otherwise purchase is something I’ve practiced since I was a little girl with a pair of scissors and the Sears catalog.

These are a few things that I would gladly put in my bedroom if I had an extra couple thousand dollars lying around. You can see the rest of my picks, as well as the very different choices that Amy of Parker Etc. put together, over on the Hello Splendor blog. 

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