Your dining room furniture got you down? Is your patio furniture looking a bit drab? Well kick those winter blues and add a touch of spring fever to your home, patio and office.
St. Patrick's Day is the only day out of the year it is acceptable to wear green, throw parades, keep four leaf clovers for good luck and talk about leprechauns all day! Wait, but was St. Patrick actually Irish? All answers will be revealed in this week's blog.
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Happy birthday to one of the founders of midcentury modern, contemporary and tonal art Harry Bertoia! From a studious student to a world talent, Bertoia's work still leaves the world in awe. This week, we celebrate the masterpieces and life of this genius.
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We are continuing this week with award season for movies and TV in mind. This week, we take a look at the beautiful set designs that Mad Men and the classic movie Carnel Knowledge starring Jack Nicholsen brings to the table!
Award season is upon us! That means the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown is everywhere we turn. There is so much inspiration that the TV ad movie industry find to make the magic in movies come to life...including furniture. This week, we look at how Midcentury pieces really make A Clockwork Orange and The Hunger Games influence and bring these pictures to life.
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Everyone seems to be feverish for Midcentury modern pieces. Everywhere I turn, Midcentury decor is mingled into our modern society. But why is everyone itching for those Eiffel Chairs, barking over Bertoia Chairs and tooting for that Tulip Table? I explain in this week's focus on Midcentury Madness.
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Not exactly a breakfast nook, not exactly a bar area. This part of the house (I will refer to it as the "bar nook") that is somewhere in limbo between the kitchen and living room...what can be done here? Many things as a matter of fact! We take a look at what you can do here and how to decorate this oddball space in your home.
The neutral, minimalism of a Scandinavian interior is like no other. The simple lines, the ocean of whites and those splashes of blue make it come full circle. But where do you start? We break it down this week, one simple line at a time.
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