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There’s an old adage that the “cobbler’s children have no shoes,” referring of course to the phenomena that talented professionals rarely have the time or ability to provide themselves the services they so lovingly provide for others.
The Necessity of Art Galleries
New Old Celebrates a New Year
Room To Grow
Inspired by her southern roots, interior designer Gray Walker leans toward tradition but has an eye for many styles. She mixes old and new with confidence, incorporating inherited antiques with bold art and classic glamour for a look that is sophisticated, fresh and far from stuffy.
The elements of classic architecture give our homes curb appeal and good bones. But the details that distinguish a Cape Cod vary greatly from those that create a Craftsman. Which style feels like home to you?
Holly Phillips of the English Room in Charlotte is used to taking on a challenge — she’s a designer after all.
Whether you’re planting, pruning, trimming or potting, we’ve found new gadgets and tools that are sure to make your job easier, and may just wow you along the way.
This living room mood board is typical of my aesthetic — I refer to it as “casually elegant.”
Pantone has announced that PANTONE 15-3919 Serenity and PANTONE 13-1520 Rose Quartz will be the Colors of the Year selection for 2016, making it the first time two colors have been chosen as the “it” shades for designing and decorating.