Hi, some answers for you. The roller shades were a folly. I took photos of the big elms in my yard from the deck, then took photos of the window frames and photoshopped those together. Then printed that fabric, then had roller shades made. The bill was all inclusive, so I'm not sure of the total, but it was high: a "pre-recession, we just got a big refinancing" kind of deal. We call it the era of the crippling mortgage (but we love it!).
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I have to protest the bedside lamp that turns on and off by touching the base. Imagine fumbling at night for something on your bedside table (like your glasses) or putting things down when you're tired, or a pillow pushing a pile of books that pushes into the lamp. BAM the light goes on. We stayed at a house last year with these types of lamps and were continually annoyed by them. Neat idea, terrible functionality.
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