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Linen Closet Looks

From a small cupboard to a large open area there are numerous options for organizing linens. Linen storage is one of those do-your-best propositions because houses often lack really ample space for stashing sheets, pillows and extra blankets for every bed, or towels for each bath. Unless you’re lucky enough to have an old house […]

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Pinkalicious Bedrooms

Small children have favorite colors and pink is often #1. Pre-schoolers and primary graders use color and shape to identify things, researchers say, which may explain the rosy fixation kids can develop, particularly when it comes to their bedroom decor. If pink is a must-have for a little girl, I favor simplicity and mutability versus […]

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Fitted Laundry Rooms

Fitted means built in and that’s the direction laundry rooms are taking these days. When I was designing my laundry room I knew I was going with front loaders because my main priority was the longest possible counter for folding clothes. During the previous year before the renovation, I’d had a laundry room with no […]

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One Room, Three Ideas

Good ideas that can be used in many different rooms. Occasionally I find an interior that fascinates me — this living room in a 19th century house in London designed by D’Erlanger and Sloan, is one. It’s a lovely sitting room, comfortable and liveable, though not extraordinary or breathtaking. So what’s the draw? I found […]

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Rethinking Interior Doors

The flip-panel door pushes opening and closing a step beyond the slider. Many aspects of our homes are changing due to technology – lighting, heating and alarm systems, appliances and insulation. Now, Austian names Klemens Torggler is rethinking a basic feature that hasn’t changed for centuries: the door. Torggler’s “evolution” door is essentially two squares […]

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