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Sunday December 8, 2013
Three Twin Cities design pros offer a peek inside their own homes and share their tips for high-impact seasonal decor.
All you need are lemons, limes, oranges, fresh greens and a vessel for this easy citrus centerpiece.
Edman gives woodsy organic elements a modern edge in his holiday decor.
Photos by JOELKOYAMA joel koyama@startribune
He displays antique metal sock dryers on the fireplace mantel. “I like their simplicity,” he said.
Interior designer Rob Edman hangs nature-themed ornaments on his tabletop tree, including this birdseed star.
The windowsill is lined with tiny wooden houses passed down from Edman’s grandmother.
Edman plants paperwhite and amaryllis bulbs in pieces from his white pottery collection.
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