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sneak peek: alexandra hedin

by anne


you may recognize alexandra hedin‘s modern take on silhouettes from the DIY project she shared with us awhile back, but today we’re excited to share a deeper look into the home of this northwest lifestyle and entertaining expert. her clean and open home definitely looks like the perfect place for throwing a party. enjoy the entire sneak peek after the jump (with additional, full-sized images), and check out all of our fabulous sneak peeks here! [thanks, alexandra!] anne

My favorite little corner of the living room. The last remaining branch of my favorite tree hangs on the wall and my favorite books are stacked below. The lamp was a tag sale find that got a new shade.

Looking in the front door, the dining room is straight ahead.

To create my work space in the kitchen I had the bottom of the cabinets cut out and set on the counter. My appliances slide in and out easily and look neat when they are “away.”

The buffet from the dining set now acts as a front hall piece to collect keys, sunglasses, and all the other junk that comes into the house. . . The front door is painted the best color ever. Verdant Green by Sherwin Williams.


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