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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Is This Your House?

Mid-Century Ranch style homes have a style, a livability ripe for today’s lifestyle. They exist in almost every town in America and are often hidden gems. Read More

Modern Folk Art of MacKenzie-Childs For Inteiors

MacKenzie-Childs has made collectibles in vogue with their stylish creations. There is something for any home in soft colors or bold.

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How to do a Feature Wall by Sicis

The thing about a feature wall is that it must feature something fabulous. It is the perfect location for mosaic tile artwork by Sicis.

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Bold Geometrics for Interiors are Here to Stay

Geometrics have proven themselves as timeless additions to any home decor. They add order and history to even the most contemporary of interiors.

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30 Minutes of Architect Richard Meier

Architectural or modernist buffs will enjoy a video of architect Richard Meier interviewed on his humble beginnings and his work. Very enjoyable.

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Artsy Fartsy Friday – The Roadmap

Vibrant artwork from Lisa M. Smith created by forming topographical texture on canvas which manipulates the movement of color as it makes a path to represent people in our lives.

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Summer Travel to Hearst Castle

Enjoy architecture and interiors of Hearst Castle built by William Randolph Hearst and view parts of the worlds’ biggest private art collection.

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3 Must-haves for Sucessful Fall Interior Projects

Now is the time to start planning fall interior projects. Use time on the beach to get a complete handle on parts and piece you want for a particular project.

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Crown Molding – To Paint or Not To Paint

Crown molding is rarely a focal point, learn how to avoid common mistakes. Use paint and color to correct a problem or enhance the importance.

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My 5 Best Gifts To Give or Get

Best gifts I’d ever given (or received) for every category from under $4 to over $40,000 as featured on ‘You’re Welcome’.

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