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Houzz Tour: The Power of Simple Shapes and Crayon Color (18 photos)

Posted by on May 22, 2017 in News & Information | 0 comments

By Rebecca Gross

Color and shape often determine how we organize the world around us. That’s certainly the case with this home in Adelaide, Australia, designed by architectural practice Grieve Gillett Andersen. Composed of a series of elemental shapes and saturated primary and secondary colors, Crayon House,…

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Roll With It: Flocked and Foil Wallpaper Straight Out of the ’70s (14 photos)

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in News & Information | 0 comments

By Karen Egly-Thompson

With so many choices in wallcoverings, the following 1970s-inspired designs may not be at the top of your wish list. But flocked and foil wallpapers have benefits, such as adding texture or offering an alternative to vinyl in humid spaces. Plus, these wallcoverings can take it to the max when it comes…

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Room of the Day: A Minimalist Master Suite Tucked Beneath the Attic (7 photos)

Posted by on Feb 20, 2017 in News & Information | 0 comments

By Camille LeFevre

This Minnesota couple had already enlisted designer Lisa Antenucci to renovate their kitchen with happy results, so when it was time to revamp the master suite, tucked beneath the attic eaves, they knew who to call. “They like the minimal aesthetic and wanted the whole area to feel serene and spa-like,”…

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The Joyful, Clutter-Free Home: Kitchen (8 photos)

Posted by on Feb 19, 2017 in News & Information | 0 comments

By Laura Gaskill

From quick weekday breakfasts grabbed on the way out the door to special-occasion dinners planned and prepared with care, the kitchen is nearly always a hub of household activity — which also means it’s a common place for clutter to accumulate. In this series, we’re approaching each room in the house…

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