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These Millennial Women Are Defining "Homemaker" On Their Own Terms #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/brooklyn-home-makers-house-decorating#slide-19 Hurley has expanded her brand into heavier weight textiles for the home. "For this project, it’s all about research and just reaching out to people," she says of her new line of rugs, which are handwoven in Peru. "I’m not a weaver, I just know how to work with color and that is a big part of my company — it's designed by me, but made by…
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