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Twin Wood Loft Style Bunk Bed Walnut Color. Bedroom Furniture for Kids and Teens. The Loft Bed Includes a Solid Panel Headboard and Footboard, and Ladder. Pine Slats Provide Support for the Mattress. Room for Desk Underneath (Not Included)

The your zone zzz collection loft bed is both functional and versatile. The Loft Bed includes a solid panel headboard and footboard, and includes ladder that can be mounted on the left or right side f
$281
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Ready or Not (Soho Loft Romance)

Sometimes wrong is extra right. Mallory Spencer is in charge. As the face of Soho Savvy, the advertising firm she owns with her three best friends, it’s important that she’s poised, polished, a
$10.31
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Loft Jazz: Improvising New York in the 1970s

The New York loft jazz scene of the 1970s was a pivotal period for uncompromising, artist-produced work. Faced with a flagging jazz economy, a group of young avant-garde improvisers chose to eschew th
$23
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Pigeon Loft Plans and Fixtures

This special re-print edition of EJW Dietz’s book “Pigeon House Plans and Fixtures” contains a “complete compendium of various types of pigeon houses and devices used by successful pigeon
$9.94
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City Living: Apartments, Lofts, Studios, and Townhouses

In an extensive but accessible format, City Living presents small-scale contemporary urban residences that prove domesticity can be compact and beautiful as well as green and urban. Urban areas acros
$27.30
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150 Best of the Best Loft Ideas

Filled with beautiful full-color photographs and detailed illustrations, an irresistible collection profiling 150 of the latest trends in contemporary loft design. The ultimate resource for designing
$12.95
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The Lofts of SoHo: Gentrification, Art, and Industry in New York, 1950–1980 (Historical Studies of Urban America)

American cities entered a new phase when, beginning in the 1950s, artists and developers looked upon a decaying industrial zone in Lower Manhattan and saw, not blight, but opportunity: cheap rents, la
$29.94
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The Jazz Loft Project: Photographs and Tapes of W. Eugene Smith from 821 Sixth Avenue, 1957-1965

In 1957, Eugene Smith, a thirty-eight-year-old magazine photographer, walked out of his comfortable settled world—his longtime well-paying job at Life and the home he shared with his wife and four c
$40