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    How to Find the Right Interior Designer

    How to Find the Right Interior Designer

    Creating the space you live in is a big deal. Whether you’re to remodeling your existing home or build your dream home, projects can quickly become too large to manage alone. Maybe you don’t currently live near your decorating project, or you work too much to allow for full control of design and execution. Or perhaps

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    Art Underfoot: Traditional Textiles by Nancy Kennedy

    Art Underfoot: Traditional Textiles by Nancy Kennedy

    Nancy Kennedy takes inspiration for her handwoven rugs from a number of sources. Her designs incorporate styles inspired by the American West and Southwest; some, like the QR Code design, have a decidedly modern tone. Operating out of Eureka, California, Nancy Kennedy began weaving in 1990. In 1999 she began showing her work in fine crafts shows and gallery

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    Whimsical Interiors with Classical Inspiration

    Whimsical Interiors with Classical Inspiration

    These interior designs are the work of Shelley Klausman Interiors, a design firm based out of Winter Park, Florida. Part fairy-tale, part classical, these designs cultivate an atmosphere that is charmingly familiar, but with a few surprisingly modern touches. Infused throughout each design is a playful sense of humor. This room is both classical and storybook.

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    Dream Beach House in San Salvador Unveils Rustic Details

    Dream Beach House in San Salvador Unveils Rustic Details

    This lovely beach house in the Republic of El Salvador was recently completed by architecture and design studio Cincopatasalgato. The project, named Casa Azul, was especially envisioned for a serene family of four.  After traveling for quite a while, the owners decided to return to their homeland and build a family home that would reflect their friendly and

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    A Contemporary Cube in the Woods

    A Contemporary Cube in the Woods

    This isn’t your average cottage in the middle of the woods. The CUBE House by Yakusha Design Studio was built utilizing an optical illusion — the Cube shape makes the home appear much smaller from the outside, reducing the impact on the landscape while still allowing plenty of interior living space. Located in a forest in Kiev, Ukraine, this design

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    A Seamless Transition in the Gap House

    A Seamless Transition in the Gap House

    The Gap House, a project of STORE MUU design studio, was built in a newly developed neighborhood facing the Sagami Bay in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. A mild year-round climate coupled with a gentle sea breeze meant that an open air floor plan with tiered levels utilized the space and environment, making it an ideal design for this home. There were several goals

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