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After: Snohomish interior designer Tanna Barnecut worked to create a lodge-like feel for this makeover of a basement.
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World of colour: Interior designer Alex Fulton, of Alex Fulton Design, is the only New Zealand finalist with two entries in the 2014 Dulux Colour Awards A Blenheim interior designer is the first New Zealander to have two entries make the final cut in the Dulux Colour Awards.
Columbus Municipal Airport officials plan to improve the impression first-time visitors have when they arrive on flights landing at the airport this year.
We all know the significance of the correct lighting in a home. Getting the right lighting in a home is one of the biggest challenges faced by households.
Submitted The Biella villa model is under construction in Torino at Grey Oaks Country Club.
After years of simple solids and geometric prints, the lowly flower is making a comeback in decor.
When was the last time you sat on a swing, tiptoed backwards and launched yourself into the wind? Legs out, knees back, you can go faster and soar higher.
We spend a lot of time glancing at it, but not nearly enough time appreciating the nuances of the mighty clock.
There you are standing in a paint store surrounded by thousands of paint chips -- all colors, shades, textures and palettes.
The human eye can see the flame of a candle as far as 30 miles away on a dark night.
Delphos native Larry Ralston's passion is sand painting. He takes advantage of the colder months to work on his art.
It's a conundrum many parents face: what to do with the steady flow of drawings, paintings, collages and more that children bring home from school and camp? Which are the keepers and - besides sticking them up on the refrigerator with magnets - how can you display them creatively? "They caught me throwing some away, and they were not happy about ... (more)
Traditionally I have not been a fan of patterned wallpaper. I have always liked it in principle, and would happily use just about any design as wrapping paper, but when it comes to installing it in a room, I have rarely been able to do it.
How art and pictures are hung can change the way a space looks, but placing and hanging pieces properly requires a bit of skill.
Interior designer for the rich and famous, Kelly Hoppen, hopes to inspire the masses by sharing her trade secrets in a new book, writes Peta Tomlinson Those aspiring to own a beautiful, Zen-like home may well fawn over the design genius of Britain's "queen of calm", Kelly Hoppen.