Designer Spotlight: Jane Coslick

See how this Georgia native uses creative touches to reinvent homes and refresh outdated spaces.

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Richard Leo Johnson

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“Look for original wood beneath carpet and behind drywall or cheap paneling. Wood gives a house its character,” Jane says. Unpainted boards saved from this original home now cover walls in the dressing area adjacent to the outdoor shower.

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