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Ultimate Storage Stool at Pottery Barn

Take a moment to relax in the middle of your busy routine. This cushioned seat is a cozy spot to apply lotion or comb hair. A shelf below offers storage space for towels and other bath necessities. For extra organizing, the Newport Basket (sold se…

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Build a Vintage Mail Sorter Shoe Cubby

Give your entry some great organizing power with this narrow vintage mail sorter shoe cubby. Free building plans!

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Converted Barn Residence | Pemaquid, Maine | Rousseau Reclaimed Lumber & Flooring

This gorgeous converted barn, overlooking Muscongus Bay, is a showcase of vintage lumber and unique architectural design. Rousseau Reclaimed sourced barn board for the ceiling beams, and the cotton mill oak, threshing floor pine and antique white pine for the floors. John Rousseau salvaged the oak timbers from a defunct cotton mill in Tennessee and shipped them to his shop in South Portland.