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  • "In another project, we took a vintage dark sideboard and painted it a lighter color and then added accents with a faux finish," Ms. Meyer said. "We ended up lightening this piece all over, which is what a lot of people prefer today."

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  • "I'm working with a client with a home near Logan Circle, and we've decided that from an environmental point of view, we want everything to be repurposed," Ms. Meyer said. "We found a sofa in a store on U Street and had a local vendor reupholster it. We've repainted some used furniture and purchased unfinished furniture from a local vendor and had it painted with low-VOC paint."

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