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Lauren Muse’s designing journey started at the New York School of Interior Design and lead to the founding of Muse Interiors in 2000. Lauren has established herself as a timeless, youthful and fresh designer. Muse Interiors has been published in Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, atHome, and New England Home magazines. She prides herself on creating environments that reflect her clients’ style and personality. She does not choose beauty over function. She chooses both. She searches for unique products to create chic homes full of style that families can feel truly comfortable in.
Greenwich Interior Designer
Lauren Muse 
215 East Putnam Avenue, Suite 1
Greenwich, CT 06807 
(203) 344-9445 
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How to Bring Beige Walls to Life

Go for sprightly instead of snoozy by pairing beige walls with higher-octane hues Full Story
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I would like about wood coffee table
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Kathleen - I am gathering that you are considering replacing cabinets in the kitchen.
In retail, there is a cardinal rule: 'You get what you pay for'. If you go the least expensive route, product fail more quickly than not.
Go with the most expensive, highest quality THAT YOU CAN AFFORD. That may or may not be top-o'-the-line, but you will have greater satisfaction with your expenditure. That being said, I visited with the ladies at Home Depot, and finally learned when they would be running the cabinetry that I wanted on sale...-25%. Saved a lot in doing that.
If you are picking up ready-made, in-stock cabinetry, here is one thing I learned...when you mount them on the wall, they did not all line up exactly. I had to shave here, sand there, shim some, etc. It got to be frustrating.
In the end, though, the pre-fabbed, unfinished ones I got from another store looked good, but they were a real headache to mount and paint. Just an fyi... I got what I paid for.
When I remodeled my kitchen, in using the ones that I ordered from THD, they all fit perfect. That is the difference between pre-fabbed and built-to-order.
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Dare to be Different: Colours Combos That Break the Rules

Forget everything you've been told – mixing unlikely hues is so crazy it just might work Full Story
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Know Your Sofa Options: Arms, Cushions, Backs and Bases

Get your sock arm straight from your track arm — along with everything else — to choose the sofa that’s right for you Full Story
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As interesting as this was I would like to see an ideabook about the parts of the sofa you can't see. I don't need to know the style names of the arms, backs, etc to know whether or not I like the looks of it.
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hello...please email if you know where we can purchase the ceiling lamp pictured above your grand piano photo thanks
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Hallways: How to Create a Country Mood When You Step Through the Door

Soothing neutrals, floral fabrics and wooden furniture will give your hallway a taste of the country, wherever you live Full Story
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Good examples, Jennifer, and they do give a cottagey feel to those spaces however....... only two of the photos are of British homes and none of them show a typical British house.
I know it's early days and probably you guys don't have a large photo database, but I'd love to see how to deal with the non-existent entrance hall in terraced cottages, or the long and narrow ones in Victorians or Edwardians rows, the larger but still impossible spaces in most 30's semi-detached or the most recent builds (houses and flats) with their 1x1m. entrance. Don't get me wrong, the information is great and I realise this is an article about a style, not necessarily a space, but I'd still like to see it applied to British specifics, not just general ones.
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Victoria Harrison
That's a great point Luciana. Now the UK site has launched and we are seeing so many wonderful UK photos filtering through we will definitely look at how to decorate / deal with smaller hallways often found in traditional UK homes. Thank you for commenting and watch this space!
July 22, 2014 at 7:12am     
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We worked with Lauren and the Muse Interiors team to decorate substantially all of our new home. This is the third time we have hired a decorator to decorate a...
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Muse Interiors helped make our house chic and functional. They are very talented in their selections of colors, fabrics, furniture and details. They designed ...
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Lauren Muse and Muse Interiors have done a fantastic job making our new construction house feel like home. Their design recommendations are creative, thoughtfu...
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My husband and I have been working with Muse Interiors for a year now. The project has included completely outfitting our family room, dining room, master bedro...
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My experience with Muse Interiors was awesome to say the least.Lauren Muse and her staff were very professional and easy to work with..I have worked with many d...
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