一个出轨女人的自白It is easy to see how much Gerrie Bielefeld loves her new kitchen remodel. “If I could fit in a bed, I’d sleep here,” she says with her easy laugh.
一个出轨女人的自白No wonder. Thanks to unbelievable cabinetry, the kitchen, which is in handsome harmony with the Bielefeld’s lovely 1848 Federal style home in Waynesville, is stunning.
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一个出轨女人的自白A renovation project in 2014 took Gerrie’s kitchen from outdated to outstanding. She began the process by doing “a ton of research” to nail the look she wanted in order to keep the character of the house. Then Gerrie made another smart move: she contacted David T. Smith, of The Workshops of David T. Smith in Morrow, a designer/builder widely known as the guru of period kitchens. “David Smith is the real deal,” Gerrie says.
The pair worked together selecting every element to bring true 1800’s style to the space…
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Rookwood Pottery to open new store in Kenwood Towne Centre
一个出轨女人的自白A Cincinnati favorite is opening a new store in Kenwood Towne Centre. Rookwood will open a new location in July inside the shopping mall's southwest wing near Nordstrom.
Cincinnati Gets Yet Another Shout-Out From 'Forbes' Magazine
It seems as though Cincinnati's history, charm and rapid growth are catching people's attention across the nation lately. And, after a recent blog on June 3 which highlighted many of Cincinnati's museums and other iconic destinations, Forbes magazine just gave the Queen City another shout-out.
EXCLUSIVE: Rookwood Pottery moves OTR store, opening new Greater Cincinnati location
The Rookwood Pottery Co. has moved its Over-the-Rhine store and will open a location at a Greater Cincinnati shopping center as it works to attract customers to a new side of its business.
Rookwood Pottery's New Spin on Tradition
From Cincinnati Magazine: "Morgan Willenbrink and Lauren Thomeczek enjoy the best of both worlds in their roles at Rookwood Pottery. As sole members of the hand throwing team, they hone their craft daily by replicating classic Rookwood pieces in the same hands-on way previous generations of artists did."