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Ten proud participants took part in the housing association's award winning DIY SOS project.
"Having a great-looking, comfortable bed will ease that transition from home to dorms," Goodwyn said.
Interior designer Cathy Lee is closing her eStyle Hawaii store in Kakaako, seen in this file photo, at the end of August.
Today HGTV fans have a unique opportunity to hangout with Genevieve Gorder and ask questions about their own home decorating projects and more.
The ornate features of the Victoria Era included decorative elements of design such as intricate mouldings and plasterwork that would fabulously adorn the ceilings of interior spaces.
When Justine Sterling's kitchen counters were no longer ample enough to accommodate her children's arts and crafts projects, the Melrose interior designer decided to transform the basement of her 1920s Colonial into a studio for her budding artists.
Two members of The Art House in Ocean Springs will embrace their eclectic styles in the upcoming "Glass, Watercolor and Jewelry" show that will officially open Aug. 8. Rose M. Harvey of Gautier will have her watercolors, metal relief and jewelry on display alongside the graceful glass fused art of Clair Etzold of Ocean Springs.
Fluffy pillows, smooth sheets, a firm mattress, blackout blinds, and maybe some white noise.
The Artegon era is nigh. And as heavy equipment gives way to interior design, I was given a tour of the progress at Orlando's newest retail concept.
The Florida Soap Co. is one of the retailers that will be in Artegon's artisan marketplace by the October grand opening.
Senate Construction Corp. recently announced that it has landed a contract to renovate a science lab at Mount Alvernia High School, a girls-only Catholic school serving grades 7-12 in Newton.
Sisters Katie Schiltz and Sam Klinkhammer own The White House Boutique. The business is located about seven miles northwest of Thief River Falls.
The valley's first interior-design company started the way so many valley companies do - with a favor for a friend.
Frequently, when home owners are ready to put their places on the market, real estate brokers advise them to efface their properties' most exuberant expressions of personal style: the shorebird-themed back splash in watercolor tile, the deep purple dining room walls, etc.
The art showcased ranges from 13th and 14th century painting in the Marche town of Fabriano to Italian interior design in the 1930s-1960s in the hip beach resort of Forte dei Marmi to photo portraits of Sardinia by Alessandro Toscano in Cagliari.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 07:08 am
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