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Beyond McMansions: Rethinking the Double Sink — Beyond McMansions: Rethinking the Double Sink

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You might associate a double-sink with huge McMansion-style houses. (After all, you need the spoils of excess square footage to have one.) But, if you’re lucky to have the space, you don’t have to be limited to the cherry-and-granite vanity units that are usually spotted in such dwellings.

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Posted on Jul 27, 2017

Before & After: A Modern Kitchen Update with Vintage Charm — Sweeten

When they decided to start a family, interior designer Meredith and her husband realized that their one-bedroom duplex (with the bedroom accessed by a dizzying spiral staircase) was just not going to cut it anymore. After being outbid on four different houses, they finally found their perfect place: a charming Tudor townhouse in Brooklyn’s Kensington neighborhood, with an apricot tree in the front yard and even — an amenity almost unheard of in New York — a garage.

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Posted on Jul 26, 2017

Before & After: A Small Suburban Bathroom Goes from Taupe to Timeless

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After living in New York for 11 years, Diana Marsh was ready to move back to her home state of Michigan and design a beautiful nest. As the proprietor of the downtown Ann Arbor store Thistle and Bess , Diana stocks up and offers one-of-a-kind treasures for those seeking a luxurious lifestyle. And not surprisingly, she was looking to create a luxurious lifestyle in the 1890s house she bought . A fan of history and elegant English estates, the house’s architecture was right up her design alley. The taupe bathroom was not.

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Posted on Jul 26, 2017

The Best Built-ins for Your Bedroom

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Your bedroom is a place where you sleep, but it’s probably also a place where you keep a lot of stuff. One way to keep that space serene and uncluttered is with built-ins. Whether you’re dealing with a tiny bedroom or a very big one, built-in storage can be the secret to a dream, relaxing, effortlessly organized space.

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Posted on Jul 25, 2017

13 Kitchens with Showstopping Sinks

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When’s the last time you got excited about a sink? The sink, especially the kitchen sink, is an object generally known more for its function than its beauty. But these 13 sinks manage to get the job done, and look good doing it. In fact, I think you could say that they steal the show — a testament to the power of design to elevate even the humblest objects.

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Posted on Jul 24, 2017

Clever Ways to Use those Small, Awkward Spaces in Your Kitchen

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If you’ve ever priced a kitchen renovation, you probably know that custom cabinets are very, very expensive. Which leaves most people working with cabinets in standard sizes, which can be a bit of a problem because kitchen sizes are not standardized at all. So what do you do when you have just a few inches at the end of a cabinet run? The traditional approach to these little gaps that are too small for the smallest cabinet is just to block them out, but if you hate the idea of letting that space go to waste, there are options. Here are a few ways you can make those tiny slivers of kitchen space work for you.

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Posted on Jul 23, 2017

Before & After: A Home Under the Hollywood Sign Goes Beachy — Professional Project

When updating a vintage home with a past, a designer has to carefully carry out a vision without erasing the past. Such was the case for this vintage home, located underneath the Hollywood sign in the Beachwood Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles and redesigned by Justin Krzyston with Stonehurst Construction .

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Posted on Jul 23, 2017

Take Happy Hour Outdoors In These Backyard Bars

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Very few things compare to the simple pleasure of enjoying a nice glass of wine outside on a gorgeous summer evening. While you could head out to any bar with a nice outdoor space, you usually have to time your visits to avoid a throng of like-minded people. (For introverts, this possibility takes all the fun out of this activity.) If you’re lucky enough to have a nice backyard space at your disposal, having your own outdoor bar is a great luxury — especially if you entertain frequently.

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Posted on Jul 22, 2017

Take Another Look at Gravel: Chic Ways to Use It Outdoors — Take Another Look at…Gravel: Chic Ways to Use

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A manicured lawn is a beautiful sight to behold, but it’s a feature that isn’t without its own problems. There’s the cost and time investment for maintenance, plus the staggering amount of water needed to keep a lawn looking fresh in the summer. And really, does anyone truly love mowing the lawn? (Aside from my father, who likely enjoyed the peace of a weedwacker or lawnmower compared to the general chaos produced by me and my brother growing up.)

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Posted on Jul 22, 2017

Stylish Remodeling Ideas for Small (even Tiny) Bathrooms — Dwell

When you’re remodeling a teeny bathroom, you often don’t have the choice to move the walls. So even though you can change pretty much everything else, the tininess stays. With that in mind, I’ve rounded up a few clever ideas worth considering for your tiny bathroom renovation, ways to squeeze a lot of style into a very small footprint.

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Posted on Jul 21, 2017

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