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sneak peek: johanna clark

by Grace Bonney


today we have a special mid-week sneak peek that belongs to aspiring home decorator and d*s reader johanna clark of philadelphia. johanna completely renovated and decorated her home on a “shoestring” budget in only 4 months- while pregnant (i’d love to grab those dining room chairs- they’re fantastic)! joanna shares her notes below but as always you can click here for full-sized and additional photos of johanna’s philadelphia home. [thanks johanna!]


[we made the table using legs from ikea (that is audrey hard at work)]


[image above: Ikea chairs with cushions I made with fabric from 4th Street in Philly and that mirror was 50$ at a junk shop. The teak table and bench were bought at an outdoor furniture store here in Philly. The lamp is the west elm model that everyone bought ….you can see the credenza and desk area in the background]


[image above: more thrift store finds….and silkscreen photos done by a friend. The suitcases were used by husbands grandfather who was a traveling lingerie salesman]


[this bedroom set was $350 from a thrift store. The bed lights up underneath the platform and the headboard.]


[glass tile for 2.19 a sq yd from Hakatai tile]

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