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sneak peek: barbara rourke

by Grace Bonney

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i always love seeing into the home of designers and today we’re getting a special peek into the home of barbara rourke, part of the three-person design team at all the bells and whistles. i’ve been a fan of their team’s work for a few years now and was excited to see behind the curtain at one of their private homes. today barabara has been kind enough to welcome us into her california home, which is full of her beautiful collections of glass, arts & craft pottery and natural ‘curiosities’. i hope you’ll enjoy barbara’s home as much as i did. be sure to click “read more” at the bottom of the post to see additional, full-sized images of barbara’s home. click here for more about barbara, and here for more on all the bells and whistles.

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[image above: I love my glass orbs (on my coffee table and in the bedroom) by Brittt Neubacher from Tend Living]

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CLICK HERE for additional, full-sized images of barbara’s home after the jump!

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