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new home furniture/fixtures

Posted by cole scego at July 11. 2007

www.colescegodesign.com  my new website

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Posted by Tiffany Johnson at January 14. 2008

Got my site for home designs and home accents furniture too.

Check out this site if you want  http://www.fixturesandfurnitures.com/

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Posted by mojotooth at January 17. 2008

Tiffany is amazing!

 

 

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Posted by chaz llanes at September 26. 2008

I just bought my new house, and I'm planning on buying some furniture. I searched some furniture coupons to lessen my costs. I want to keep my place more traditional, but still has a classy oriental look. I prefer shopping online so that I could have wider selection of furniture. And coupons would be a lot of help for me to save more and buy additional furniture.

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Posted by Archibald john at May 09. 2012

I suggest for furniture,

Furniture should be suitable according to your home paint, and even your size of rooms...

 

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Posted by Jardonhu at May 20. 2012
Previously Archibald john wrote:

I suggest for furniture,

Furniture should be suitable according to your home paint, and even your size of rooms...

 

How could you be sure of that?

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Posted by Rose at December 30. 2012

I think bedroom furniture should be comfortable then stylish.

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Posted by Cathy Dawkins at January 24. 2013
What do you guys think of furniture refinishing?

 

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Posted by Mr Ricky at April 12. 2013
Furniture refinishing is the work of preparing for and applying a new protective coating to an item of furniture which has already had its previous finish removed. Sometimes old furniture could use a facelift. If it is structurally sound and of a pleasing design, there is no reason to replace it; with a little elbow grease, you can make it handsome again, the refinishing techniques most likely to be used by do-it-yourselfers.
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