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The master bedroom features a silk-and-wool area rug from Weitzner’s collection for Endless Knot.
 A view of the living/dining area, outfitted with a Ted Abramczyk Bunny chandelier and an antique French piano that previously belonged to Weitzner’s grandmother.
Living room
IKEA storage units gang together to create an open shoe display in the daughter’s bedroom

Children room
Fabric-covered partitions section the open plan.

Living area

Living area


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