10 Playroom Ideas That Are As Cool As They Are Kid-Friendly

by Admin September 8, 2022

Of all the rooms in your home, a playroom is one where function often trumps form. Your child probably doesn’t care about matching color schemes or Scandi-inspired decor, so the playroom in your house is often an afterthought. But here’s the good news: This fun room doesn’t have to be wasted space. Whether you have…

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20 NEW HOTELS TO VISIT IN 2022

by Admin August 2, 2022

COVID-19 did its best to surprise us at every turn, but one thing that’s unsurprising about a post-COVID-19 world? An almost universally felt (and near insatiable desire) to travel anywhere outside of city limits. Dreams of luxury vacations have been feeding wanderlust spirits for over a year and a half, and now they’re finally being…

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Property Brother Jonathan Scott & Zooey Deschanel Offer Sneak Peek of Newly Renovated Home

by Admin June 17, 2022

It’s official: The renovation on Jonathan Scott and Zooey Deschanel’s “dream home” is finally complete. And the pics are perfection. The residence—which they dubbed “Park House”— was a “beautiful home with a lot of history,” according to the Property Brothers star. But with a few modern updates, Scott turned it into a Pinterest-worthy space for his family….

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Godiva goes to Dubai

by Admin May 23, 2022

Godiva Chocolatier’s new flagship at the Mirdif City Centre Mall in Dubai was designed by The First Ferry, an international premium design house that specializes in luxury interior designs. The plush interiors of the store use the enlarged logo of Lady Godiva as a life-size installation as their starting point. The circular faux ceiling hovering…

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Inside The Mansions of HBO’s ‘Gilded Age’ with Set Decorator Regina Graves

by Admin April 21, 2022

Graves filled scores of opulent rooms with furniture and treasures to tell the story of how new money remade New York society. BY LAURA HINE. As The Gilded Age, the lavishly designed HBO series about New York in the 1880s, opens in Central Park, grazing lambs scatter as carriage after carriage rumbles by loaded with imported furnishings…

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Home Office Ideas That Will Inspire Productivity

by Admin April 5, 2022

These office design ideas will actually make you want to sit down and complete your to-do list. A dedicated work space in your home helps you set aside household distractions and focus on work. Here, we’ve gathered home office ideas that will inspire you to design a work-friendly space in your own home. These home…

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Storage Built-in Style

by Admin March 22, 2022

Almost every space needs storage; tall spaces, small spaces, and every size in between. Well thought out storage can enhance a space. There is closed storage and open storage. Also, storage can become part of the space or disappear from the space depending on the materials and styles selected. The single home above, designed by…

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This Vibrant Mumbai Home by Baldiwala Edge Draws Inspiration from the Memphis Group

by Admin March 8, 2022

Inspired by the asymmetrical shapes and bold colors that the Memphis Group popularized in the 1980s, Ali Baldiwala, founder of his namesake design studio, created a whimsical two-bedroom apartment in South Mumbai. Straying from more traditional design elements, the home serves as a mélange of color, art, and custom furnishings that serve as a foundation for the quirky accents…

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A Historic Victorian in San Francisco Is Meticulously Transformed Into a Modern Family Home

by Admin February 24, 2022

In San Francisco’s Alamo Square, Jensen Architects turns to the past to boldly reinterpret a storied historic home. John Conomos, an established San Francisco builder and president of Drömhus General Contractors, was living with his family opposite Alamo Square when the Victorian next door went on the market. Although not apparent from its dingy exterior,…

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An eclectic art home in Manhattan by Pembrooke & Ives

by Admin February 11, 2022

While the specs for a pre-war apartment in Manhattan by Pembrooke & Ives didn’t flag the project as unusual, they belied its true nature. “It’s definitely a maximalist approach,” says studio director Rendell Fernandez, who spearheaded the architectural renovations. While the clients had come through word of mouth, “they were adamant that we not do…

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