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sneak peek: toni brogan

by Grace Bonney

today i’m leaving early to go for my first wedding dress fitting (while ac is out of town for his bachelor party) so i wanted to share this beautiful sneak peek from toni brogan of catskill kiwi to make up for the shorter posts (sorry!). yesterday toni shared her beautiful before & after plaid chair with us, and today she’s sharing her beautiful upstate new york home. originally from new zealand, toni lived in nyc for 16 years and now works as a freelancer, allowing her to enjoy having a home and garden outside of the hustle and bustle of the city. i love all of the beautiful ebay finds in her home, but just about everything is lovely and makes me long for a bigger space and a garden to call my own. click here to read toni’s blog- thanks toni for sharing your home with us!

[please note: instead of flickr links, we’re now uploading full-sized and additional photos directly to d*s! so just click “read more” at the end of the post to view all of the photos from toni’s home. just click on a thumbnail to see any image full-size]


CLICK HERE (or just click “read more” below) for the rest of Toni’s peek (including full-sized images)


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