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  • Country Star (foaled February 7, 2005 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred filly racehorse. Owned and bred by Robert and Janice McNair's Stonerside Stable in Paris, Kentucky, she was sired by the 2003 Belmont Stakes winner, Empire Maker.
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  • The design, furnishing and decorating of the home or apartment; the products used to decorate a home.
  • Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
  • any decorative items that make your house or garden feel like your home – often available in themes and groupings

Intact Original Interior by Helen Conway, 1955
Intact Original Interior by Helen Conway, 1955
Jorgenson-Mavis Residence William Cody, Architect, 1955. Thunderbird Country Club Interior Designer Helen Conway was described as a "petite redhead," but was "no Johnny-come-lately to the decorating business. She's done homes for such people as Edward L. Doheny, III, the Freeman Brants, Henry Mudd, the Earl Jorgensens, Arnold Kirkeby, Hedy Lamarr, Irene Dunne Griffin, the George Murphys, William Holdens, Burns and Allen, the Jack Bennys and the James Stewarts." After graduating UCLA and Stanford (where she studied art) in the late 1920's, she went to work at the newly opened Bullock's Wilshire, in the gift and art department. There, she met many of the town's top designers, eventually working for famed interior designer (and former MGM silent film star) William "Billy" Haines, for ten years. Next, she went to MGM working as a set decorator, going into business for herself in 1944. Her office of Interior Design was at 8669 Sunset Boulevard. "The theory on which I work is to draw my clients out and find out what they want. In that respect, a decorator has to be somewhat of a psychologist as well. I never impose my wishes, but offer the best of my talent." Just before designing the interior seen here, she was busy doing her first commercial venture, the $750,000 interiors of the new Huntington Hartford Theater on Vine Street. She was hired by Mr. Hartford based merely on what he had seen in the work she had done for several of his friend's homes. "Her approach to the theater job was the same as a hostess planning a warm and gracious home in which to welcome guests. The decor will be modern without being extreme, rich without being ornate. The colors are all neutral shades, gray, off-white and black, except for touches of green here and there. Miss Conway explained that "Any woman will look good in this theater because the background will not clash with her clothes or complexion."
Hobo lanterns #7 (2/$10.00 or 6.00ea. Free shipping & handling) or (pick up local 2/$8.00 or $5.00 each) See pic of lantern lit up!!!
Hobo lanterns #7   (2/$10.00 or 6.00ea. Free shipping & handling) or  (pick up local   2/$8.00 or $5.00 each) See pic of lantern lit up!!!
Hobo Lanterns #7 2/10.00 6.00ea. or pick up local 2/$8.00 or $5.00 ea Simply country Let Your Light Shine!!! I named these my Hobo Lanterns because they give off a soft warm glow similar to a fire burning, to keep them warm at night. they are made from recycled tin cans. I cut out stars and crosses let me know which one you want or both!!! the 2 pictured are both stars one is cut completly out and the other is punched they each come with a pumpkin sented votive and a raffia bow & tag! see pic of the lantern lit up

country star home decor
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