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February 11, 2010

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oh this place certainly is nice to look at!
thank you for your kind compliment, i always love your blog as well :)

No surprise to me that the second post I read in ages is something I smiled at this morning (and I mean that in a good way). Still in sync.

what an amazing place!!

amazing colors to boot!

WOW!! 178 sq ft of goodness!!!

Wow! This is even smaller than my 25sq.m. I wish I had the insight to organise things like in that studio back when I was living in a 17sq.m.!

Thanks for that link. Really impressive use of space! I could never be so organized.

Amazing, and totally inspirational. Thanks for sharing!

Wow! So inspiring.

I read that article the other day and found myself thinking (1) I wish I had a bowl full of ties, artfully swirled, (2) I want that kitchen sink, (3) I love the wellingtons that never get worn, and (4) how talented is this young fellow! I hope he gets hundreds of commissions. Thanks for posting this!

Its such an interesting space!

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