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The permutations are only as limited as one’s imagination, Klarin says. For a completely different look, he and Johnson used a wood-grain tool -- a favorite of set designers and an item sold at many hardware stores -- to create a vibrant pattern. Craft-store butterflies cover mounting screws. The result reflects the current vogue for woodsy design and Victorian curiosity cabinets.Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times
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