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London-based interior designer Kit Kemp shares her five tips to achieving an Anglophile’s dream house.
Even the most spartan New Yorkers and Angelenos—those who adorn their airy white interiors with a single Monstera leaf—can admit to having a soft spot for British design. Its quintessential cheerfully painted walls, mismatched prints, (and shockingly unmatched book spines) conjure indulgent afternoons of tea ...
 
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It's not too late (or too early) to start crossing off names on your Christmas shopping list.
The holiday rush is approaching once more and while you can still save yourself from the traffic that usually accompanies Christmastime, it's best to get a headstart on ticking off some items on your shopping list. If you're still getting into the ...
 
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Take cues from these great bathroom designs.
Make a lasting impression when hosting guests at home, not only with a pleasant room to sleep in, but also with a guest bathroom that's equally impressive. Get inspired to revamp the room that's usually an afterthought with these stylish baths.Let the ...
 
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It also makes perfect sense to invest in not just a refrigerator, but a food preservation system that will keep food as fresh as possible.
In a kitchen, the refrigerator seems to be the automatic storage space for anything perishable or left over. As much as we think anything in the fridge is “safe,” as long as it is consumed before the expiration date, it’s not the ...
 
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Take a cue from the desert haven where Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, and Elvis Presley went to unwind.
The 1960s. In the golden age of Hollywood where glamour reigned supreme, decorating ones' home to feel as luxurious as a high-end hotel was de rigueur. And that aesthetic continues to inspire the interiors of homes today. After all, who doesn't love a ...
 
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Set the stage for the most versatile piece in the living room.
Coffee tables are the natural focal point of the living room given that they are usually located in the center of the living area. While they are usually low enough for unobstructed conversations over afternoon tea or coffee, they are also adequately ...
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