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A Home Built to Be a Live-In Museum and Expansive Library

After their house burned down, David Montague and his wife decided to rebuild a home tailored to their needs, where they could display their art, access their books and entertain up to 100 people. David gives us a tour of their modern home in Fort Worth, Texas. Photo: Rob Alcaraz/The Wall Street Journal

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    If you want to live like this guy make this blue

    👇(I'm trying to reach 100 plz help me)

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    Beautiful home. The African art pieces are exquisite, and compliments the abstract art.

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    The large bird is a spoonbill created by the Senufo tribe in the Ivory Coast.

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    do this in ….. and you should expect your relatives to send you a message.

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    What a classy home. Thank you for let us see inside.

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    what a wonderful place for an urban explorer to discover 20 years later "… deserted and in pristine condition"

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    Great home and great interior design, David. David, you look familiar. I may have seen you or met you at a rare book event or an ethnographic art event in Southern California, where I live and do much of my collecting. If I see you at another such event, I'll be sure to say hello.

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