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House Envy: Library Transformed

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Would you believe me if I told you that this incredible home was once a single-room library? Built in 1915, homeowners Karen Gilliam and Sara Van Beckum, lovingly restored and transformed this space into their family’s home. Modern elements have been infused amongst the traditional roots, with curves in all the right places. And the results? Well, just take a peek for yourself…

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Found: Brunch at Saks via New York Times | Entryway Sconce: Alice Wall Sconce | Stove: Fireorb | Armchair: Grande Papilio |  Kitchen Pendant: Tom Dixon Beet Light  | Desk: Ligne Roset Ursuline |Washroom Pedestal Sink: Porcher

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