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Gaucho glamour

Cowhide rugs and rustic touches soften modern interiors

For their home, restaurateur Ken Oringer and his wife, Celine, were inspired by Argentine design, which he describes as ''a modern take on the American Wild West.'' For their home, restaurateur Ken Oringer and his wife, Celine, were inspired by Argentine design, which he describes as ''a modern take on the American Wild West.'' (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Jennifer Blaise Kramer
Globe Correspondent / September 11, 2008

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Known for tango, Malbec, grass-fed beef, and gorgeous scenery, Argentina is turning heads for its fresh approach to interior design. (Full article: 655 words)

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