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My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Carter, author of The New Traditional, says, "White makes old things seem more current. White rooms are more complex than they appear, because there are no distractions. Every choice becomes critical."This beautiful aged corner dresser has a wonderful warm patina and is the main focus of this simple room
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historian and author of Pink and Blue: Telling the Boys from the Girls in America, first clued me in to the gendered history of pink and blue. In the 18th and 19th centuries, babies were dressed in pale colors of any shade, ideal to withstand scalding-hot washes. More finicky parents might choose clothing colors
Michael Fullen Design Group
with the authors. This small dining space mixed with wall-to-wall shelving for books is both a library and a dining room. What a novel idea for those who love to be surrounded by books.
Rizzoli New York
Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly beach homes houses
Heller, author of The Psychology of Color, states that next to red, orange is the color most popular for extroverts, and is a symbol of activity.Its use in this room feels modern, fun and energetic — great for a lively young family.
also co-author of the book On the Porch, “It’s rare that I don’t put a porch on a home.” The flooring is bluestone.
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
West. The authors recommend maximizing outdoor areas for use as outdoor rooms. Decorate Tip: Emulate this space, where "throw rugs layered on the concrete surface warm it up the area, making it an inviting extension of the apartment."
Skinner, an author and publisher who’s written more than 100 lifestyle books, including Entertainment Rooms: Home Theaters, Bars, and Game Rooms. “With the boom in square footage that drove the market in the last 15 years, there are a lot of homes with rooms to fill. Why not fulfill fantasies?”
Sun Valley Kitchen
Bower, author of The Healthy House, says cabinets can also be one of your home’s most polluting components, because they’re made with plywood, particleboard and MDF, all of which off-gas formaldehyde-laden glue. If your cabinets are at least a couple of years old, these chemicals have likely off-gassed