HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN
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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN commented on a discussion: is the headboard Black ir brown?
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Susan Knox Designer

Thank you!!

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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN

You're welcome! (How refreshing to receive a thanks...)

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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN commented on a discussion: Where do I find this wallpaper please?
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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN

The wallpaper is Metallic Leaf, by Jocelyn Warner and the bed - sourced by the client, was from 'And So To Bed'.

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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN commented on a discussion: Where can I purchase this bed?
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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN

Hello. I believe the client sourced the bed from 'And So To Bed', in London. You're welcome!

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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN commented on a discussion: wallpaper and headboard
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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN

Hello. Yes, of course... Bed is from 'And So To Bed' and the wallpaper is Jocelyn Warner. (You can google it.)

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HEATHER JENKINSON | INTERIOR DESIGN commented on a discussion: Painting furniture - a crime or necessity? Help
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Dundrum 16
Hola Jo! Que tal? Just found your post and the very lively discussion this morning and I'm dying to know what you've done in the last two years. Perhaps you're so busy running your business you don't check Houzz anymore - hope not, as it would be great to see an update.
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Oh I am completely green with envy! To buy a beautiful house and score all that gorgeous furniture - how fabulous! I haven't read all the posts but agree that to paint most of these pieces would be a crying shame. I also agree with having a few antique dealers look at your furniture and assess it's value; then sell the pieces you're not so fond of & enjoy those pieces you love.. At the risk of causing upset to anyone, the only pieces I'd consider painting would be those that are damaged beyond restoration but could still be usable &/or functional.... My head is still spinning at all that fab furniture - IF you could find it in Australia you'd be paying $$$$$$!

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