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From the bedroom, Pam and Haines can gaze upon an organic, textural tableau on the porch. On display are a mirror made by an unknown artist from northern California, a Moroccan candlestick, a table made of driftwood and glass and two hand-thrown vases from Atwater Pottery.

While Pam has streamlined the home, she hasn't obliterated the idiosyncratic charm that initially captivated her. "I almost freaked out in the beginning of the project," she admits. "The whole house was hand-done and nothing lined up." But along the way, she welcomed harmless irregularities. "It's a bungalow," she shrugs. "You just go with it."
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