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Family Room

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Designer: Heather Lay Interiors in Edmond, Oklahoma/Photos: Ewing Media Co./Ewing Reed

Nicole decorated this inviting seating area with vintage items: She found the wicker basket on the coffee table at an estate sale and the runner beneath at an antiques mall.

Kitchen

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Designer: Heather Lay Interiors in Edmond, Oklahoma/Photos: Ewing Media Co./Ewing Reed

When Nicole and Heather renovated this space, they added an island with tons of storage, bronze pendant lights from Visual Comfort & Co. and barstools from Williams Sonoma. Nicole’s vintage touch: antique cutting boards in different shapes and sizes.

Dining Room

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Designer: Heather Lay Interiors in Edmond, Oklahoma/Photos: Ewing Media Co./Ewing Reed

Nicole collects still-life paintings of food, and she created a gallery wall with them in the dining room. “I love the beautiful frames just as much as the pictures,” she says. The buffet underneath was part of an 1800s English pine hutch; Nicole just took off the top.

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Family Table

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Designer: Heather Lay Interiors in Edmond, Oklahoma Photos: Ewing Media Co./Ewing Reed.

When you have six people at mealtime, you need a big table! Nicole discovered this 10-foot pine one covered in dust in a garage at an estate sale and bought it for $500—“the deal of the century!” she says. She cleaned it up with mineral oil and paired it with Scandinavian-style oak chairs from Ethnicraft. The green cabinets, painted Bancha by Farrow & Ball, hold china and her stash of vintage cow creamers.

Main Bedroom

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Designer: Heather Lay Interiors in Edmond, Oklahoma Photos: Ewing Media Co./Ewing Reed.

One easy way to redecorate is to move pieces around your home. Nicole imported the old wood bench (an estate sale gem) from the front entry and the vintage Turkish rug (a flea market find) from the family room. The walls here and in the office are painted Sherwin-Williams Grizzle Gray.

Library

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Designer: Heather Lay Interiors in Edmond, Oklahoma/Photos: Ewing Media Co./Ewing Reed

The kids do their homework at this desk, which Nicole calls Grand Central Station. Its original home was a New York public library in the 1950s, and it turned up at an Oklahoma estate sale. The bookshelves hold Nicole’s collection of cookbooks—a bunch of Ree’s are there! “The first book I ever waited in line to have signed was one of hers,” she says.

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Office

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Designer: Heather Lay Interiors in Edmond, Oklahoma Photos: Ewing Media Co./Ewing Reed.

This is where the Lombardos like to read, so the room had to be comfy. Nicole splurged on an Arhaus leather sofa with a deep seat. The kilim rug is from Craigslist. “I got it for a few hundred bucks because it’s a bit faded, but that’s why I like it,” she says. The coffee table is made of wood from an old barrel.

 

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