Flying Colors: Stained Glass Throughout the Ages to Now

Flying Colors: Stained Glass Throughout the Ages to Now

Stained glass whether really stained or painted, may do more than decorate. It also may tell us a story, hide an ugly view, bring in needed mild or even block out a lot of light. Regardless of its intention, stained […]

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Budget Decorator: 12 Vintage Finds to Take Home This Spring

Budget Decorator: 12 Vintage Finds to Take Home This Spring

Digging for treasures at a major flea market or antiques honest could be loads of fun, but it can also be just plain overwhelming. I know I get frustrated when, after hours of walking the grounds, I leave with nothing […]

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Home Automation Goes Mobile and Mainstream

Home Automation Goes Mobile and Mainstream

Home automation companies have been around for several years. They market often expensive and complex methods for automating and remote controlling home cooling and heating systems, appliances, security systems, lighting and more. These are usually installed and programmed by distinctive […]

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25 Most Bookmarked Remodeling Guides of 2012

25 Most Bookmarked Remodeling Guides of 2012

Remodeling hasn’t been simple (just ask people who have lived through it), but preparing yourself as much as possible may help. readers wanted to find out about everything in 2012: from shower drains and searching for substances to Japanese wood […]

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Eclectic Elegance Distinguishes a Dallas Home

Eclectic Elegance Distinguishes a Dallas Home

With keen instinct and a honed sense of interior layout, Stephen and Lindsey Edison have created a cohesive yet exceptionally eclectic mix of decoration in their Dallas ranch house. French antiques reside side by side with Western art, African artifacts, […]

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Decorate With Intention: Let Your House Help You De-Stress

Decorate With Intention: Let Your House Help You De-Stress

With the light waning earlier each evening as I write this in early November, it is natural to be craving more downtime. After the seemingly endless shopping, working and errand running, it is a relief to come back home and […]

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So You Want a Bathroom Television

So You Want a Bathroom Television

I will get this out of the way first: I’ve always had difficulty understanding the allure of TVs in bathrooms. Contrary to the kitchen, which is usually the hub of household life, or a den in which family and guests […]

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Contemporary Riverside Home in London

Contemporary Riverside Home in London

Interior designer Vincent Cullane was asked by his client to create a contemporary look for a riverside house in London, reflecting the design preferences of a working mother in finance and a teenage boy obsessed with Manchester United. “They were […]

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Guest Picks: Fancy Finds for a New Year's Eve Party

Guest Picks: Fancy Finds for a New Year's Eve Party

This collection of glow, glow and shimmer is sure to impress your guests on New Year’s Eve. Every fashionable host knows that it is all in the details — it is not about what you serve, but the way you […]

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Guest Groups: A Kid-Friendly Christmas

Guest Groups: A Kid-Friendly Christmas

How can you unwind at Christmastime if you’re concerned the kids will break all those fragile ornaments and holiday decoration? And how can kids stay amused in those weeks off from school? This year a couple of kid-friendly Christmas ideas […]

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