Topset Home INteriors for Monday, Dec 6, 2014
Thank you @polyvore!!:)

I had so much fun shopping with my giftcard from my contest win...2013 has been an amazing year, and I can't wait to see what 2014 brings!! xoxo

@polyvore @designwithinreach 

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