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Wild Wallpaper

Statement-making wallcoverings can set your home apart. By Tammy Adamson-McMullen If you’re considering wallpaper for your home but are unimpressed with traditional patterns like florals, plaids and stripes, you’re in luck. Unconventional wallcovering patterns are trending! These statement-making patterns aren’t for everyone, but they work well in modern, contemporary and industrial-styled homes as well as [...]

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The Latest Flooring Trends

Natural materials, water-resistant emulators of wood and the continuing influence of gray are among the trends you can expect to see underfoot in 2020. By Diane Franklin Something new is afoot! But that’s not unusual in the floor covering industry. Floor covering manufacturers are always developing new options to put beneath consumers’ feet. New colors, [...]

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Art Deco in 2020

While art deco has its origins from early in the last century, it is still being used today. By Diane Franklin Art Deco was a major trend in the 1920s and 1930s as the design world began favoring a more sophisticated and cosmopolitan type of design. Now, a hundred years after its first major splash [...]

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Styles-to-Watch

Styles to Watch

As we move into 2020, some very distinctive style trends have emerged. By Tammy Adamson-McMullen The last decade has brought some interesting home design trends, especially where style is concerned. We’ve seen the return of mid-century modern, the evolution of industrial chic and the love affair with coastal cottage. But as we move into 2019, [...]

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Accessing the “Re” Movement

Are repurposed, refurbished and reused products still “in?” Read on … By Tammy Adamson-McMullen The “re” movement has been a huge decorating phenomenon in the past decade. Repurposed, refurbished and reused materials can be found in just about every home and as part of just about every decorating style. But with new contemporary trends on [...]

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Commercial Design in Residential Spaces

Commercial Design in Residential Spaces

Why should you be excited about the invasion of commercial styling? Because it works! By Tammy Adamson-McMullen You may not be aware of it, but your home is being invaded. Commercial design has been creeping into residential spaces for some time now—first into mid-century modern and contemporary décors and now into every type of residential [...]

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Stencils

The Versatile World of Stencils

Choices abound in today’s stencil market. By Diane Franklin   Stencils have come a long way from mini-floral borders and roosters on kitchen walls. Today there are more patterns than ever before. To make the most of those patterns, today’s stencilers are using diverse color choices and mediums to create one-of-a-kind looks for their walls [...]

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Closeted Design

The trend is for closets that not only work better but look and feel better, too. By Tammy Adamson-McMullen If your spring cleaning list includes straightening or clearing out a few closets, why not take this a step further and redesign them, too? With the popularity of such TV shows as “Tidying Up” and “Bea [...]

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Mix and Match Your Styles

There’s a fine art to mixing different decorating styles in a single home. By Diane Franklin The first rule of “Decorating 101” is to pick your decorating style, but what if you like more than one? Can you be contemporary in the living room, Scandinavian  modern in the kitchen and romantically traditional in the bedroom? [...]

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Styles-to-Watch

Styles to Watch

As we move into 2019, some very distinctive style trends have emerged. By Tammy Adamson-McMullen The last decade has brought some interesting home design trends, especially where style is concerned. We’ve seen the return of mid-century modern, the evolution of industrial chic and the love affair with the coastal cottage. But as we move into [...]

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