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JUL-AUG 2017

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toile pattern that covers a pair of tufted wing back chairs that flank the classic white dinnerware hutch. A long dining table, whose surface had been subtly sanded allowing the wood to be exposed with streaks of white, easily seats ten diners. Two equally lengthy benches accompany the table. A twinkling simple white light fixture that Sandra had refurbished from its original black finish hangs above the set. Sandra's keen eye has led her to reclaim many other unattractive pieces that she has renewed by applying an eye- catching, decorative paint color. Sandra's master bedroom is a study in white and beckons her to enjoy a restful sleep. The 4-poster bed had been painted white as well as the vintage dressing table. A minimal amount of accessories enhance the room, promising serenity and calm. The mother of three sons and grandmother of two small grandchildren, Sandra has provided ample room for them when they visit or when the little ones spend the weekend. Blue and white again dominates the guest room, which boasts of an iron bed that Sandra has cleverly painted silver as opposed of the usual brass or black. A third bedroom that Sandra refers to as the "puzzle" room overlooks the pond behind the house where she relaxes and ponders her current jigsaw pieces. The room also serves as a bedroom where two small precious grandchildren get tucked into bed after story-time with their devoted grandmother. Sandra Hebert's choice for a home satisfies the three "c's"—comfortable, cozy and convenient. From the welcoming initialed "H" wreath that says, "you're invited in" to the informal spaces, the Hebert home proves the old adage that "good things come in small packages." 53 225 767-5814 Linkwood Court (off Bluebonnet near Perkins) Our p rofessional faculty insu res the very best local training with no expensive costumes or competitions. Our students have fun! They also go on to college dance scholarships and careers on Broadway and in major companies. . . . for fun, for fitness, or for your future, for ages 3 to adult. . . BALLET • JAZZ The Official School of the Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre Di rectors: Molly Buchmann & Sha ron Mathews dancersworkshopbr.com

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