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DS Yard Sale Jan 18th + Best of the Web

by Grace Bonney

This week we’re wrapping things up, literally, with our big DS Yard Sale! All week we’ve been going through our craft, prop and art closets to tidy and prep for this weekend’s big sale. From lighting and rugs to framed artwork, photography and craft supplies, we’re pruning down our office a bit so we have more space to work and less clutter. I hope you can join us this weekend for fun and great design looking for new homes. Hope will be there with donuts (well, she can’t eat them but she’s excited about it) and is so excited to greet everyone. See you there! (Saturday January 18th, 12-4pm. 61 Greenpoint Avenue #406, Brooklyn NY 11222) I’m heading off to get ready for the sale, so I hope you’ll enjoy our favorites from the web this week. There were a lot of good (and thought-provoking) articles online this week and plenty to keep you busy if you want to browse the web this weekend. Have a safe and happy weekend and we’ll see you on Monday! xo, grace

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  • Wow, I wish I was in the area and could come to the yard sale. It looks like you have some lovely things available!! :-) I hope it goes well for you.

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