Marigold Slat Mirror

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For the flower children among us. Recycled marigold slats are inlaid into a Ponderosa Pine frame and broken up with natural-stained corner medallions. Hanging hardware included, it may be easily reoriented to hang horizontally. 28″W x 36″H. $375.

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Light Turquoise Slat Mirror

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This is about as southwest as we get. Recycled light turquoise slats are inlaid into a Ponderosa Pine frame and broken up with natural-stained corner medallions. Hanging hardware included, it may be easily reoriented to hang horizontally. 28″W x 36″H. $375.

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Open-Face Nightstand on Legs

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A brand-new addition to David’s line, this is perfect for storage or display. Heck, you could put it on display. (Do not put it in storage.) No side left unadorned, no detail overlooked. 24.5″W x 15″D x 30″H (33″ w/ backsplash). … Continue reading

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Checkerboard Bambino Cabinet

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Looking for a fun nightstand? A liquor cabinet you can play chess on? Check, mate. This duotone variation of the Tesoros Bambino is every bit as eye-catching. Two shelves inside. 20.5″W x 13″D x 30″H. $695. In solid Rustica colors, … Continue reading

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Red Checkerboard Mirror

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You red our minds: All checkerboards are not black and white. This looks as though it were designed for Ralston Purina. (Wouldn’t it look great above the Chicken-Feeder Table?) 38″H x 29.5″W x 1.5″D. $375.

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You Can Quote Me

Today’s small town is often noted – if not praised – for its diversity of constituents, its variety of thought, its tolerance for debate and discourse. But that’s just my opinion. My neighbors probably don’t see it that way.

-from Small Wonders by John Frazier

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