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Traditional gives way to kid-friendly in this Brentwood makeover

While traveling in South America, homeowner Lisa Baskin spotted an abstract art piece that propelled her to action. On seeing it, she thought, “Oh, God, I’m going to buy that, send it home and redo my house.” Newly divorced, Baskin and her four young children had remained in their 5,500-square...
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While traveling in South America, homeowner Lisa Baskin spotted an abstract art piece that propelled her to action. On seeing it, she thought, “Oh, God, I’m going to buy that, send it home and redo my house.” Newly divorced, Baskin ...

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