Stylish Interior Design

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A gift to my followers

Dear followers,

I have been so very busy with my new business that I have completely neglected you. I apologize for that, and in return, I want to offer you some information.

If you want to, you can start your own business, be healthy and earn a lot of money. On part time basis, you can make a couple hundred dollars to a couple thousand dollars a month. 

On a full-time basis, you can be making five figures a month, even six figures a month.

On top of it all, your health will improve, and you can help others with their health problems, be it autism, migraines, high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular problems and so on. 

If you want to know more, please visit and message me there. All my efforts are now focused on getting this information out into the world, so I would appreciate reblogs as a sign of support and care.

Thank you all for everything, and may your be blessed with the kindest and gentlest events in your life. 

Thank you <3


You are invited to a webinar concerning a new health and business model. It will be held this Saturday, Feb 1st. Contact me at stylishinteriordesign at gmail dot com with your tumblr url and time zone (location) so a time can be found to suit all participants. If you are looking for information that can improve your health, fitness endurance and finances, this is it. With kind regards, Tea

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The solarium’s Hans Wegner chaise longue has cushions covered in a Rogers & Goffigon linen, and 
the 19th-century cabinet is German; the walls 
are sheathed in oak, the Indian rug is vintage, and the flooring is slate.

An outdoor living room with furniture by Paola Lenti under a linen tent from Kurdistan.

The custom countertops and shelving in the kitchen are birch, the oven and cooktop are by Gaggenau, and the antique stove in the foreground is original to the house. 

In the master bedroom, a 19th-century Dutch Colonial bed from Sumatra is fitted with Balinese mosquito netting; the 17th-century chair is from Tuscany, and the Spanish olive oil jar is 19th century; the rug is Persian, and the ulin wood floors came from a 19th-century house in Borneo.

A sundeck overlooking the Aegean Sea at Costis Psychas’s home on the Greek island of Therassia; the ladder leads to a circular room above.