cranberry-colored love



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  • The couple stripped the walls of its lackluster wallpaper, took up the cranberry-colored carpet and ripped out the built-in bookcases with sledgehammers.

    Gramercy Park Paint-Job

  • Tiptoeing downstairs, carrying a box of Cracker Jacks in case I had to get violent, I peeked from behind the cranberry-colored draperies and saw Carlos preparing to detonate the doorbell again.

    A Kettle of Vultures

  • After a few minutes, he pulled up in a cranberry-colored, 1930s gangster-looking car and left it near where we were standing.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters

  • This season ' s included Amedeo Modigliani ' s cranberry-colored " Nude Sitting on a Sofa The Beautiful Romanian, " which Sotheby ' s sold for $68.9 million on Nov. 2.

    Art Sales Crack $1 Billion, Again

  • Seeing her step out of the familiar battered truck, wearing a pumpkin-colored jacket and a cranberry-colored scarf, made my heart ache—with happiness that she was here and with sadness that she soon would be leaving again.

    The Season of Risks

  • She poured a small jar of cranberry-colored dressing over the top and then snapped the jar shut again.


  • But I had to have more gowns and outfits for other inaugural events, and I bought two other long dresses, one champagne, one deep teal, as well as two suits and a cranberry-colored dress.

    Spoken from the Heart

  • He was wearing what Brooke thought of as Boarding School Chic: white shirt, blue blazer, cranberry-colored tie, Gucci loafers, and—as a nod to the changing times—a daring pair of khakis flat front instead of pleated.

    Last Night at Chateau Marmont

  • I tried to picture them in cranberry-colored scarves and turtleneck sweaters, rosy-cheeked and standing beside a Christmas tree, but the image always seemed false.

    The Summer I Turned Pretty

  • Forgiveness can only come when we know, in our cranberry-colored blood, that we didn't deserve to be treated badly, no matter what our parents 'intentions.

    Dr. Joshua Coleman: Strangers at the Table: The Headaches of Extended Family During the Holidays


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