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Lancer - Official La-Z-Boy Website

Lancer La-Z-Time® Full Reclining Loveseat

Little Vegas Wedding | Peach   Lace Vintage Wedding Inspiration at Gilcrease Orchard | http://www.littlevegaswedding.com

Peach + Lace Vintage Wedding Inspiration at Gilcrease Orchard

DIY daybed

DIY Upholstered Toddler Daybed

DIY Upholstered Toddler Daybed Reading spot by day, comfortable padded bed by night. Repurpose a standard crib mattress and bedding to create your own upholstered toddler daybed with simple tools and no sewing.

La-Z-Boy Deco Premier Loveseat | The scale of this modern sofa means it'll fit right into smaller spaces. Plus, PIN TO WIN an ottoman! Get contest details at http://houseandhome.com/la-z-boy | #LaZBoy #LoveSeat #Sofa #LivingRoom #Furniture

La-Z-Boy Deco Premier Loveseat | The scale of this modern sofa means it'll fit right into smaller spaces. Plus, PIN TO WIN an ottoman! Get contest details at http://houseandhome.com/la-z-boy | #LaZBoy #LoveSeat #Sofa #LivingRoom #Furniture

Colorful Playroom Decor and White Paint - The Lilypad Cottage

Colorful Playroom Decor and White Paint

Colorful Playroom Decor and White Paint - The Lilypad Cottage MJ- playroom ideas for our new home

I'm taken with this blue Jonathan Adler sofa in blue! {nice nursery tour too at link!}

Joanthan Adler mini sofa - via Little Green Notebook: Room Tour: Fletcher's Nursery (son of Chassity from Look Linger Love)

http://www.thebooandtheboy.com/2016/11/kids-rooms-on-instagram_21.html

Create a luxurious and unique decoration for the kids' room with these stylish projects.

From original source ("National Geographic Scans Tumblr): "Maine, June 1977."  In a later Tumblr post, gentle-insomnia had added further information: “Adventuring in books on the swing of grandmother’s porch, two vacationing children store up present knowledge and future memories on Squirrel Island.” - National Geographic, 1977, photographed by David Hiser.

"Maine, June “Adventuring in books on the swing of grandmother’s porch, two vacationing children store up present knowledge and future memories on Squirrel Island.” - National Geographic, photographed by David Hiser.

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