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    Default An East Harlem brownstone

    A linens designer updates and expands an East Harlem brownstone into a lofty, light-filled home for her family







    Cristina Azario renovates her Manhattan apartment-Page 8

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    i could definitely live in this house but i'd move it out of east harlem.
    can't post pics because my computer's broken and i'm stupid

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    I love it! I would leave it right there.
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    Awesome. Love it. It's so bright and cheerful.
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    Oooh, so nice. I could live there. Beautiful.
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    it's very elle décor - i.e. stuffy and full of too much stuff. but it's a fabulous space so i'd take it and throw out the zebra, that ugly mirrored table - basically everything that's in the bedroom (minus the dog), and everything in the living room, and paint the walls a different colour, get rid of the stupid giant rugs that cover up the beautiful parquet. love the bookshelves and kitchen.
    also, the bathtub, while beautiful, looks uncomfortable. it has a straight back and it doesn't look like you could recline in it.
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