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Adorn the Walls in Unexpected WaysHeminway and Colombo set out to do something inventive with fabric panels. “We wanted to break up the back wall a bit because it was so large and bare,” says Colombo. They glued vintage Brunschwig & Fils ikat fabric to quarter-inch foam core, then framed the panels with a simple molding and topped them with four prints that are “graphic but also humorous and beautifully executed,” says Heminway. To keep the space from looking too polished, she casually leaned a large piece of art against one wall. “It didn’t have a wire anyway!” she says.
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