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Monday September 15th, 2014

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Decorating with the Whole Family in Mind

When Kate Paillat, founder of Maurice and King, and husband Guillaume were looking for a London neighborhood to settle into with their two small boys – Etienne (4) and Jacques (2) – they knew they wanted to be in Notting Hill. They had always loved the neighborhood and wanted to be near parks for their…

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Tuesday September 2nd, 2014

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A Lesson in Design Compromise

For anyone who moves to New York City’s West Village, it’s location, location, location – after all, you’re just a stone’s throw from some of the city’s best restaurants and shops. But that premium on location means you sometimes have to settle for a smaller space with a challenging layout. So two years ago when…

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Monday April 7th, 2014

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Light and Bright on NYC’s Lower East Side

After almost twenty years living in a crumbling tenement building on New York City’s Avenue C, food stylist Toni Brogan and her husband decided it was time for a change. The couple embarked on a six-month long apartment hunt before they found this building in the Lower East Side. The building was constructed in the…

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Monday October 28th, 2013

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Friday June 7th, 2013

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In Los Angeles: making a small space feel big

Prior to moving into this 900 square foot home with two bedrooms, Sunny Lee, director for Brand Strategy at Applied Storytelling, had lived in a one-bedroom bungalow for 7 years so she came into this new space in the Brentwood district in Los Angeles, California with practically no furniture. Her first priority was create as…

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Monday April 29th, 2013

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Sneak Peek: Jessica Walsh

Jessica Walsh is an art director / designer and a partner at Sagmeister & Walsh in NYC who also teaches design & typography at The School of Visual Arts. Working across multiple disciplines she tries to create emotion & concept driven work, with a playful approach and sense of humor. When it comes to her…

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sneak peek: rocío fueyo

sneak peek: rocío fueyo

rocío fueyo, an advertising art director in madrid, spain, has always had a love for interior design.  longing to decorate a blank space from top to bottom, rocio’s all-white apartment became the perfect opportunity. the neighborhood where rocío lives, malasaña, was originally created as low income housing, but has become the “it” place for creative…

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Monday September 21st, 2009

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sneak peek: goil amornvivat

sneak peek: goil amornvivat

it’s not everyday we get to show off the home of a reality tv star, but today we’re getting a great sneak peek into the home of goil amornvivat, former contestant on bravo’s top design and an on screen designer for TLC’s trading spaces (in addition to being a professor at parson‘s school for design)….

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Monday August 24th, 2009

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sneak peek: elisa carlucci

sneak peek: elisa carlucci

besides having a gorgeous home, i was fascinated to learn more about elisa carlucci’s background and see all the influences in her life that have helped shaped her style. everyone on this site has a different story, so it’s always fascinating to me to see how people get where they are now. while studying illustration…

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Monday February 23rd, 2009

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sneak peek: wanwisa posner

sneak peek: wanwisa posner

as an avid traveler myself, it made me smile do hear wedding and event coordinator wanwisa posner describe her home as “modern meets well-traveled eclecticism.” i love the way she and her husband have incorporated mementos from foreign places as a reminder of their travels into their daily living. “we like clean and modern lines…

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Monday December 1st, 2008