Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe

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Wondering about your flat in sorrow? Wishing there was something more beautiful than a shower curtain rod wedged between the door frame as a pathetic solution to lack of closets? Sure the pre wars are charming, but this is not going to work. Try something like Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe. It’s pure and simple, an aesthetic gift to the alternative. It’s openness proves vulnerability, suggests truth and honesty. Exposing your wardrobe is just the beginning, the unique frame of wooden sticks and copper plunges into a cocked position making it more so pleasing to the eye. Like a symbol of the natural, perfectly imperfect, welcoming earth tones into your space available in various colors.

Try something like Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe. It’s pure and simple, an aesthetic gift to the alternative.

Wondering about your flat in sorrow? Wishing there was something more beautiful than a shower curtain rod wedged between the door frame as a pathetic solution to lack of closets? Sure the pre wars are charming, but this is not going to work. Try something like Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe. It’s pure and simple, an aesthetic gift to the alternative. It’s openness proves vulnerability, suggests truth and honesty. Exposing your wardrobe is just the beginning, the unique frame of wooden sticks and copper plunges into a cocked position making it more so pleasing to the eye. Like a symbol of the natural, perfectly imperfect, welcoming earth tones into your space available in various colors. Wondering about your flat in sorrow? Wishing there was something more beautiful than a shower curtain rod wedged between the door frame as a pathetic solution to lack of closets? Sure the pre wars are charming, but this is not going to work. Try something like Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe. It’s pure and simple, an aesthetic gift to the alternative. It’s openness proves vulnerability, suggests truth and honesty. Exposing your wardrobe is just the beginning, the unique frame of wooden sticks and copper plunges into a cocked position making it more so pleasing to the eye. Like a symbol of the natural, perfectly imperfect, welcoming earth tones into your space available in various colors. Wondering about your flat in sorrow? Wishing there was something more beautiful than a shower curtain rod wedged between the door frame as a pathetic solution to lack of closets? Sure the pre wars are charming, but this is not going to work. Try something like Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe. It’s pure and simple, an aesthetic gift to the alternative. It’s openness proves vulnerability, suggests truth and honesty. Exposing your wardrobe is just the beginning, the unique frame of wooden sticks and copper plunges into a cocked position making it more so pleasing to the eye. Like a symbol of the natural, perfectly imperfect, welcoming earth tones into your space available in various colors.

Wondering about your flat in sorrow? Wishing there was something more beautiful than a shower curtain rod wedged between the door frame as a pathetic solution to lack of closets? Sure the pre wars are charming, but this is not going to work. Try something like Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe. It’s pure and simple, an aesthetic gift to the alternative. It’s openness proves vulnerability, suggests truth and honesty. Exposing your wardrobe is just the beginning, the unique frame of wooden sticks and copper plunges into a cocked position making it more so pleasing to the eye. Like a symbol of the natural, perfectly imperfect, welcoming earth tones into your space available in various colors.Wondering about your flat in sorrow? Wishing there was something more beautiful than a shower curtain rod wedged between the door frame as a pathetic solution to lack of closets? Sure the pre wars are charming, but this is not going to work. Try something like Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe. It’s pure and simple, an aesthetic gift to the alternative. It’s openness proves vulnerability, suggests truth and honesty. Exposing your wardrobe is just the beginning, the unique frame of wooden sticks and copper plunges into a cocked position making it more so pleasing to the eye. Like a symbol of the natural, perfectly imperfect, welcoming earth tones into your space available in various colors.

Wondering about your flat in sorrow? Wishing there was something more beautiful than a shower curtain rod wedged between the door frame as a pathetic solution to lack of closets? Sure the pre wars are charming, but this is not going to work. Try something like Jeroen van Leur’s Woodstock Wardrobe. It’s pure and simple, an aesthetic gift to the alternative. It’s openness proves vulnerability, suggests truth and honesty. Exposing your wardrobe is just the beginning, the unique frame of wooden sticks and copper plunges into a cocked position making it more so pleasing to the eye. Like a symbol of the natural, perfectly imperfect, welcoming earth tones into your space available in various colors.

 

Allison

Allison

Allison Parker is a proud stay at home mom maintaining a full schedule kissing boo boos and passing out hugs just because. Her days many times are spent between the garden and the kitchen. From a journey of learning whole food eating habits, she's taken on the challenges of baking bread, muffins and cakes from scratch and filling the cellar shelves with scores of her own canned goods each year. Writing is one of those things she does because its part of who she is. That and it's a nice break from the never ending work that comes with raising a family.

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