Credits: Photograph by Stephen Karlisch
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Each Angel Lane house received an additional $20,000 worth of decorating and architectural details that Habitat for Humanity doesn't usually provide, such as upgraded windows and recessed lighting. Paneled doors replaced the flat, hollow type, and the floors were covered with wood laminate and stone rather than vinyl tile.
Here, in the Cloud family's living room, Storehouse supplied the curtains, lighting and rugs, as well as the furniture; the link-patterened throw is from Nate's Linens 'N Things line. The table is set with napkins from Bed Bath & Beyond and Target dinnerware.