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May 11, 2009

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Megan

Joanna, Have you gone to Thai 65 at the Renton Landing. If not, you must! It is beautifully decorated and the food is delicious too. We have eaten there at least once a week since they opened. :) This headboard reminds me of the room dividers and the bench seats they have there.

Nancy

Oh, this is stunning! But you need a large room with tall ceilings- maybe my next home. Dreaming...

Matthew

Any idea where the comforter can be found?

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