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October 18, 2017

Small Kitchens: The New Kitchen on the Block

Does your dream home have everything except a showpiece kitchen? While traditionally, kitchens have been central spaces for cooking, eating, hanging out, and showcasing appliances, today’s kitchens are often practical, lifestyle spaces. Built-ins are not just for master bedrooms anymore. Whether it is by design or as a trade-off, this ‘less is more’ attitude is creating some innovative and adaptive trends.

Scaling Down by Choice

For those who want to pare kitchen size down by choice, the micro-kitchen is the new kitchen on the block. You may have seen these in cartoons like The Jetsons, or even at work, as small stations where employees could pick up a [...]

 
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October 11, 2017

Favorite Fall Touches for Every Room

Here are 40 ways to freshen up your whole house for fall – inside and out.

Dining Room

‘Tis the season of comfort food. Dress the table to the nines with these elegant items before digging in.

Ragusa 16-Piece Porcelain Dinnerware Set, Green Trevi 20-Piece Flatware Set, Gold Fairhaven Red Reversible Chair Pad, Set of 2 Bee Burlap Table Runner Copper Napkin Rings, Set of 4 Kitchen

Prepare your harvest with these handy gadgets and tools.

Bordeaux Rectangle Hornbeam Wood Carving Board 1-Line Spice Rack Infusions Glass Tea Rack Set Paula Deen Signature Pantryware Standing Rooster Metal Cookbook Stand Le Chef 5-Ply 6-Piece Copper Cookware [...]
 
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October 11, 2017

What the Color of Your Kitchen Says About Your Life

Exuberant? Emotional? Bold? Find out your personality type according to the color of your kitchen, and what that says about your home.
 
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October 5, 2017

Are Any of These Spooky Architectural Staples in Your Neighborhood?

America has long had a fascination with incorporating the odd, spooky, quirky, and even supernatural in its architectural designs and aesthetics. Our country was founded by people from all over the globe as a melting-pot of different cultures and backgrounds, bringing with them a wide range of superstitions, beliefs, and traditions, many of which are reflected in architecture. So next time you are out for a walk in your neighborhood and notice something unusual in the way a house is designed or painted, take the time to research that oddity – you may learn something new about the history of your town and the beliefs of its founding families.

Witch Windows

Most common in [...]

 
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September 29, 2017

Design Hacks That Work: What We Learned from LA’s Top Production Designers

The secret's out! Take a look behind the set design philosophy on Netflix's Master of None for top production designers' great design hacks.
 
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September 15, 2017

Everything Instagram Taught Us About Redesigning a Home

Instagram is a great place to find interior decorating inspiration. Here's how you can use Instagram to elevate the interior design of your home.
 
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August 21, 2017

Space Needs for Empty-Nesters

My next-door neighbors were empty-nesters for about fifteen minutes. That’s what my friend said it felt like because her college kids came home for their summer break every season. “I hope you don’t hear us fighting!” she stressed. Although I didn’t, I really felt for her. They had just sold their home in Boston and moved to a 3-bedroom apartment in Philly. Ah, finally an empty nest but then what? The answer isn’t as simple as it used to be when your kids left the nest. Today’s trends see two vastly different situations, each of which creates their own set of space needs.

Where are the Empty-Nesters?

True empty-nesters are, in [...]

 
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August 10, 2017

Beachy or Bust: Best Decor to Sell Your Home in Jacksonville

Everyone who has ever been to Florida knows there’s one decor style to rule them all. Beach themes make sense for both locals and those who rent out their Jacksonville properties to vacationers heading south throughout the year.

Due to its popularity, beach decor is a great way to style your home before you put it on the market, too. If you’re not sure where to start — there are so many options when it comes to making your home look and feel Floridian — here are the dos and don’ts of beach-inspired interior design.

Do: Keep Things Light and Airy

Selling your home often requires you to present a more neutral color palette so that potential buyers have [...]

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