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30 March 2014


Sheris White

Tara, we have 2 drawers on the right side. Our furniture is teak mid century. We recently had our dining chairs reupholstered. They needed it after 50 years.


I like both looks. However, I have to agree that simplicity and light are necessary evolutions that I am leaning toward, too. I love your new look! (But I am currently still with the old look here.)

Tara Bradford

Thanks for the kind words about the new look. It is quite the change, which I'm still getting used to...

Tara Bradford

Hi Sheris - Does your sideboard have three drawers on the far left side?

Sheris White

We have a sideboard that looks just like yours. We prefer modern furniture.


I prefer a more modern, clean look with room to breathe--and room to display that beautiful pottery. I'm finding that as I enter mid-life (could that possibly be?) I am more intent of de-cluttering and creating more space for movement in my home. And I totally get the need for better lighting as I get older too!


This looks beautiful Tara, and seems very right for your house. I have a hard time paring down and I do love that first cupboard, but knowing your style and space, I see why you switched to the new look. Your pottery collection is stunning and it has that wonderful look with the photos above and their frames. It's beautiful.


I am transitioning into something simpler, but still including some of our treasures. I like the more simple setting.

Mary H.

I am a ceramics/dinnerware kind of gal and love pottery in all shapes and forms. I have a small collection of Keramik in earth tone colors and a wonderful red/brown fat lava floor vase. I have not seen the styles in your photos before and will admit to love at first sight! I suppose that would mean my preference is one that will showcase that wonderful pottery!

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