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« on: July 06, 2012, 12:46:37 PM »
Chandelier swap is a sparkling project to undertake
By Gene and Katie Hamilton, Tribune Media Services, September 27, 2008
Whether it's a streamline globe or an elegant cut-glass fixture, a chandelier is a design element that illuminates and enhances any room. We used to think of a chandelier as the centerpiece in the dining-room ceil- ing, something you hit your head on if the table was moved. But today, designers use a chandelier to make a dramatic statement by scaling the fixture to the size of the room. You can replace a chandelier yourself, if you are confident doing electrical projects and have a few electrical tools.
Dream home: Couple puts personal touches on Perry Hall home
By Marie Marciano Gullard, Special to The Baltimore Sun, June 21, 2012
Six years ago, George and Jennifer Klein were looking for the perfect spot to build a new home. They found it in a wooded lot in the Baltimore County development of The Highlands of Perry Hall . Later, in March 2007, the Kleins moved into their two-story Colonial with a gray stone facade, a house they had watched going up at every stage of construction, while selecting interior and exterior options and upgrades throughout the process....

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