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kilim ottomans and a pair of leather club chairs that originally came from a lounge in London. Like many designers of her generation, she's a wiz at navigating the internet for whatever she needs. Hand-blocked cotton textiles from India and Moroccan tables were sourced on Etsy, and pottery lamps and wicker furniture came from Wayfair and Urban Outfitters. Anthropologie was her source for the master bedroom's hammered-metal bed from India, along with a lacquered wood chandelier that's designed to look like magnolia leaves. Wills learned to look for clever finds in unexpected places early in her career. "All of the designers I worked for sourced furnishings from all over the place," she says. "They were very layered in their approach to design, and I picked that up." Wills references Morocco — one of her Mother's favorite places — in the master bath's Moroccan-style lanterns, mirrors, and hand-painted Moroccan sinks. She used sturdy A collection of white earthenware on shelves in the mudroom. Wildflowers blooming in the pasture of the 60-acre horse and cattle ranch in Brenham that belongs to Lauren Wills' parents.

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