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  • If reading the headline of this blog gave you anxiety, you’re not alone. Choosing colors for just one room is hard enough - how on earth are you supposed to go about creating a palette that works in several rooms? Not to mention, how can you possibly choose a palette that appeals to every member [...]

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    If you’re getting ready to sell or rent your home, and you have access to the internet, we’re guessing you know how important staging is. Staging is the art of decorating your home in a neutral yet stylish manner to allow potential buyers the chance to envision themselves in the home. Of [...]

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    The world of interior design isn’t all rainbows and butterflies. While it’s extremely rewarding to see the color palettes you selected fitting well within your space, design often involves a guess-and-test process with a few different trials along the way before you settle on the right shades. [...]

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    If we were to ask you which parts of your home are the most important to your everyday life, what would you say? Maybe you’d choose the roof, as it protects you from the elements; or perhaps you’d consider the wiring more important, as you wouldn’t have A/C, lights, or WiFi without it. But how[...]

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    Go Big and Go Bold

    November 27, 2017

    There’s no questioning that dark walls have a certain dark appeal to them; a je ne sais quois that makes you want to wear smoking jackets and sip on expensive cognac. While dark interiors are still somewhat rare in the average household, deep, bold colors are taking spotlight in the design [...]

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    If you’ve done any house painting before (or if you’ve been keeping up with our blogs), you know that your light sources can completely transform the way your paint colors look. That’s why it’s so important to test your selected colors in your intended space before you move [...]

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    Generally speaking, colors are separated into the categories of “warm” and “cool.” It’s usually pretty easy to determine which color belongs in what group: reds, oranges, and colors with a yellow base are warm, while blues, teals, and colors with a blue base are cool. [...]

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    Picture this scenario: You and your partner have been gearing up for a little home makeover for months. You’ve marked the date on your calendar, shopped for countless new furnishings and decorations, and created a general game plan for getting to the finished product; but here you are, still [...]

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    It’s not quite white, and not quite beige - it’s off-white! This somewhat vague category of colors has been a staple of interior design for many years, serving as a pleasant backdrop for just about any decor without the stark, harsh glare of a true white. With so many shades of off-white[...]

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    If you’ve ever painted your home on your own before, you probably still have recurring nightmares about taping the edges, cutting in, protecting the floors and furniture, etc. Maybe it went as smoothly as possible, but there’s no questioning that it was a lot of work. Whether you’ve been [...]

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