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Timothy De Clue Collection's Summer picks

Monday, June 19, 2017 9:32:48 AM PST8PDT

Mario lucca lente barware synthetic crystal

Timothy De Clue Shares his go-to home decor collection pieces for no fuss Summer entertaining... 

The Lente collection of barware and serveware creates a dramatic effect with the glorious dots pattern, creating a visual effect of multiple dots. These are a perfect accent to any entertaining situation. Use them on the patio, boat, or picnic situation. They are impressive and your guests willl never suspect the are BPA free acrylic or synthetic crystal. The Marioluca Giusto company is an italian company know for their innovative designs in synthetic crystal barware and serveware. Order yours today for a wonderful pop of color.  

 

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Seattle Times December 2011 Holiday Design

Sunday, December 13, 2015 11:56:28 PM PST8PDT

The Seattle designer, with a Christmas-holiday specialty, makes his truly a home for the holidays with silver and flocking and boxwood and ornaments long in the family.

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Hermosa Beach Residence Testimonial

Saturday, December 12, 2015 12:25:29 AM PST8PDT

"Tim transformed our white walled vacation home into a beautiful beach retreat! His ability to visualize is amazing. He was great at understanding our budget and individual lifestyle. His collaborative style is easy to work with. He listens carefully and clearly explains his vision.

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Bainbridge Island Residence 2013

Saturday, December 12, 2015 12:16:07 AM PST8PDT

With finds from interior designer Tim De Clue, the 10,000-square-foot home is looking quite Gatsby.

By Rebecca Teagarden

Pacific NW associate editor

Benjamin Benschneider / the Seattle times

The stately Tudor, designed by Los Angeles architect Gerard Colcord, set sail from Medina in 1999. Alissa Leinonen and Alan Chaffee found it with moss on the roof and acres of flowers on the wallpaper and curtains, the sheer size of it, 10,000 square feet, intimidating. She and interior designer Tim De Clue are working to make it homey for a large family

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