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MEET MARVIN :: MORE THAN JUST WINDOWS

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A few months ago we started working with a client who is building her dream house. And, since we started, I can say that the number one conversation we’ve had about the exterior has been windows. I’ve always pointed out how the right windows really make the space (read just about any Room of the […]

7 responses on “MEET MARVIN :: MORE THAN JUST WINDOWS

  1. Mary Beth Hunt

    In June, my entire community, Blair, Nebraska, was hit by a devastating hail storm. Every Single Surface in our town was pummeled and shredded and bonked by huge hail. Our 14 year old Marvin Windows did NOT break. I would say we may have been the ONLY home in town that did not experience window breakage! It is a GREAT product :)

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  2. franki

    We drove through Blair, NE in June when visiting relatives nearby…what a TRAGEDY!! We were overwhelmed by the damage…thank goodness for your good fortune!! My hometown of Pilger was NOT so fortunate… :( franki

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  3. kelley

    Thank you for saying wonderful things about my employer. I am happy to make windows at the Warroad plant. Thank you for taking a tour. Anyone can take a tour if they would like to. We love hearing stories of how our windows have survived storms. If you would like to know more about our products please visit http://www.marvinwindows.com.

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  4. Tawny | Sweet and Savory Breads

    After high school I interned for an architect who received an enormous amount of product brochures, and to this day I remember poring over the Marvin Windows Catalog. There was a breathtaking interior photo of an A-Frame log cabin which had a full height and width window wall. It was just beautiful! Thanks for conjuring up that memory.

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GIFT GUIDE :: THE COCO + KELLEY WISHLIST

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While I decided to totally disappear from the blog over the Thanksgiving weekend, it doesn’t mean I wasn’t hard at work! I’ve been spending hours pulling together some of my most favorite items for this year’s gift guides, and I thought it only appropriate to kick things off with those that made my own wishlist… 1. green […]

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A MOD MOD CHRISTMAS {WITH CRATE AND BARREL!}

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Confession – I love when I get to work with brands on collaborations like these because it pushes me to get creative with how I see their product. So, when Crate & Barrel asked me join the likes of this fabulous crew for some holiday styling, you bet I was up to the challenge! And my […]

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ROUNDUP :: TRINKET DISHES

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If there’s one thing I have more of in my house than pillows, it’s my little menagerie of dishes and boxes to put all of my odds and ends in… Everything from jewelry to buttons finds a home in these little trinket dishes that I’ve collected over the years – some old, some new. Some […]

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  1. Courtney

    These are awesome and I love the idea of giving one of these to complement a piece of jewelry as a gift. Great post!

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  2. Jessica

    Is it okay to want every single one of these dishes? I want to hang them on walls, bedazzle my dresser, or even wear some of them as a necklace!! I’m a trinket girl, and everyone needs a trinket dish in their life.

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 11.6

Hamptons Holiday House living room by Huniford Design Studio

This week’s room is one for the books. First of all, let’s all applaud the use of the rubber tree plant instead of a fig tree!! (but seriously…). Secondly, I’ll once again acknowledge that the architecture in the space plays a huge part in taking this fresh, cozy living room to a whole other level… But […]

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  1. kate zucconi

    This is a great room! The leather mixed with the wood and the cream chairs is a nice combo.
    I love the kitchen light and marble surfaces, these natural wood platters and bowls are gorgeous.

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  2. James

    Hi Cassandra, the house looks so natural with the rustic looks and lots of natural light, entering through the windows. The library table is just too good; beautiful interior designing.

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  3. Kendalls

    It’s indeed simple with an urban look and it’s really great! The space may be quite limited but it isn’t an issue at all because it was used to fullest. Each piece is just beautiful and functional – it’s just nice overall!

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