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In Janet Gridley’s Hands Crocheted Afghans Become Wildly Chic

With her unerring eye and ability to create spaces that feel at once elegant and whimsical, Dallas designer Janet Gridley could be the love child of Wes Anderson and Sister Parish.

Suffice to say, we’re fans.

One of her coolest projects by far (aside, of course, from the bedroom she created for the inaugural issue of D Moms) is Minneapolis foodie haven The Bachelor Farmer. And lucky for us (i.e. more photos to ogle), it’s┬áthe subject of an article in the December issue of Interior Design magazine. You can see loads of snaps and read all the details here.

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