Tessa Ritmeester

Tessa Ritmeester

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Join the Juicy Body Transformation! Recipe and exercise guide,group support and facebook forum. Get healthy, lose weight, stop counting calories and start counting vitality!! http://amandarobinson1.juiceplus.com.au/

Join the Juicy Body Transformation! Recipe and exercise guide,group support and facebook forum. Get healthy, lose weight, stop counting calories and start counting vitality!! http://amandarobinson1.juiceplus.com.au/

Estate needs, look no further! Call Jessica or Kelsey at 214-326-4757 and let us help you find your home sweet home. #KW www.sweethomedallas.com

Estate needs, look no further! Call Jessica or Kelsey at 214-326-4757 and let us help you find your home sweet home. #KW www.sweethomedallas.com

For my bathroom renovation, I finally decided on large slate tiles for the bathroom floor. I found exactly what I was looking for at Lowe's and didn't have to go to a tile specialty store.

For my bathroom renovation, I finally decided on large slate tiles for the bathroom floor. I found exactly what I was looking for at Lowe's and didn't have to go to a tile specialty store.

Corner shelf: display cabinet book vintage mid-century unit furniture retro art Danish shadow box modern contemporary wall art book shelves by Senkki Furniture

Corner shelf: display cabinet book vintage mid-century unit furniture retro art Danish shadow box modern contemporary wall art book shelves by Senkki Furniture

SQ1 Kitchen - Medullary Ray oak Veneer, Spray lacquered birch ply cabinets, Simonswerk copper edge pull handles and Farrow & Ball spray painted Doors. Caesar stone worktop. Absolutely love this kitchen....

SQ1 Kitchen - Medullary Ray oak Veneer, Spray lacquered birch ply cabinets, Simonswerk copper edge pull handles and Farrow & Ball spray painted Doors. Caesar stone worktop. Absolutely love this kitchen....

I can't install timber in my rental kitchen but I could paint one wall a warm beige to get the same colour palette? Instead of yellow, I might go for indigo as my 'colour pop' (I love old-fashioned blue and white china plates)

I can't install timber in my rental kitchen but I could paint one wall a warm beige to get the same colour palette? Instead of yellow, I might go for indigo as my 'colour pop' (I love old-fashioned blue and white china plates)