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Best Interior Design Firm Decorum 6909 Patterson Ave., Richmond Decorum-Interiors.com, 804-282-9900 Decorum's owners, the designing duo of Myrf Bowry and Leah Dodge, met at work, and soon decided to take the plunge and start designing on their own. They carry more than 500 lines of furniture and home accessories, including Dana Gibson and Wesley Hall, and even offer decorating and floral arranging for special occasions. p.43

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Best Interior Design Firm Decorum 6909 Patterson Ave., Richmond Decorum-Interiors.com, 804-282-9900 Though Decorum is a two- woman team, expansion is on the horizon. Having been in the interior design business for two decades, the duo plans on branching out with a web store and a line of bowls designed to punch up your dip and called- what else- "Dip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah." p.47

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Disquise Store Bought Dips with the New Dip A Di Do Da June 16, 2014 by Maria @ Close to Home Unless you follow Martha Stewart rules, there is nothing wrong with serving store bought dips.  In fact, sometimes you need to grab something last-minute to bring to a party and the only thing is fresh salsa and chips or a french onion dip and veggies.  You no longer have to feel embarrassed by the fact you brought a store-bought dip to a party, because I have a solution for you to dress it up with a Dip A Di Do...

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Business in Brief Citizen Staff Reports 06/26/14 Henrico-based interior design firm Decorum Inc. has ventured into the field of table- top decorating with the release of their latest product, a dip bowl that has been dubbed “Dip a di do da.” Decorum Inc. designed Dip a di do da with party hosts in mind. Store-bought dip and deli containers fit perfectly into the bowl, allowing busy entertainers to use the original packaging while at the same time hiding the label and not dirtying another dish. In addition to the popularity of the bowls, Virginia Living magazine awarded Designer Inc. the...

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Biz Buzz: Design Duo Devises Dip Dish Posted: Sunday, July 20, 2014 10:30 pm Randy Hallman/ Times-Dispatch Dip-a-di-do-da started the way a lot of good ideas start — with a party. Myrf Bowry was having friends over, and then the gathering grew. “One of my friends called and said she was bringing along some friends of hers,” Bowry said, “so I wanted things to look a little nicer.” She had some store-bought hummus, but she didn’t want to put it out in its branded container. Instead, she scooped it into a dish. She knew that would require a little extra...

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