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Hello! my name is Tamar, I am a jewelry and accessory designer behind Nest Pretty Things, we are a husband and wife team and sell online through our website and Etsy shops and wholesale to over 50 shops around the world, my husband Ronen manages the business side and I am the designer and maker. We have a lovely studio in Burlington Vermont and live near by in Shelburne, a beautiful little village right by Lake Champlain, we now have three sons in college (24,22,20) and the sweetest cat Isabel. I love to decorate (you will always find me working on some project or other), cook and garden (I wish our VT season wasn't so short) and travel.

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July 19, 2010


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Pam Walter

This is a beautiful place! Let me just check my lottery ticket.......


Ooooh! You had me at the bathtub! And how about this little number?

It's a little more in my price range (arf!) I'm buying lottery tickets so I can git it!


what a beautiful house, i just love the art deco style windows and the classic sofa in front of them. I wish i could say yes, i will buy it!


i'm very happy to have found your blog. i love that swimming pool and the light throughout the space is beautiful.

The Frugal Style

That's amazing! My husband and I I talked all weekend about moving to Vermont. We were thinking Burlington and want to visit the state soon. Lovely to know there area is beautiful and has little hidden treasures like this one.
Melissa :-)


wow. gorgeousness. thanks for sharing!! i love the bathtub!

A Forest Frolic

That is a dreamy house...oh the tub alone! We just moved into our dream house too...still getting all set up (otherwise, I may be moving to VT ;)

Jamie :)


Wow. Wow wow wow. I was sold as soon as I saw the pool and yard. Too bad I would curl up and die in all the cold and snow Vermont winters bring. I live in CT and it is bad enough here!

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