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Country Living Magazine Back Issue September 2005 Decorating Makeover Ideas

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Rooms You Can Live In
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Country Living Magazine Back Issue September 2005 Decorating Cooking Remodeling Makeover Ideas Features: Rooms You Can Live In Ideas for Decorating Your Walls Makeovers Big and Small Colonial Revival Arts Antiques In The Pink Healthful Eating There are many more articles from this great magazine which is in very good condition. This is a wonderful magazine chock full of decorating ideas and fabulous photos. If you need to see more photos, please contact me! Conditions Explained: Poor - Major water damage, missing pages, large tears on cover and/or multiple pages. (Readable copy) Fair - Water damage (not major), no missing pages, small tears and/or major folds. Good - Displays signs of wear, but no missing pieces, tiny tears can be present, and/or minor folds. Excellent - A prefect copy that shows some minor signs of wear, but otherwise perfect. Mint - No noticeable flaws, a perfect copy in every way.
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