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adrianne lentine
October 24, 2014
Whether you choose to find out the gender of your baby or not, keeping the nursery on the gender-neutral side can be a nice idea. A light and airy design scheme for the major furniture pieces will allow you to add fun dashes of color with the accessories. — Adrianne from Dream...
Houzz Tour: Midcentury Meets Mediterranean in California
Mary Jo Bowling | October 24, 2014 2
For many of us, personal style is not a one-note thing. It wasn’t for this couple, who love both classic Mediterranean style and a midcentury modern aesthetic....
Kitchen of the Week: A Fresh Take on Classic Shaker Style
Joanna Simmons | October 24, 2014 1
Having renovated and added on to their semidetached Victorian house in London, Johnny and Gillian Martin teamed up with Jamie Blake of Blakes London and set about designing their kitchen. The couple had two key considerations. The first was that they...
My Houzz: A Home Comes Alive With Day of the Dead Decor
Sarah Greenman | October 24, 2014 15
Melissa Love Tristan and her family go all out for Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. At the end of each October, their Dallas home is awash in paper flowers, skulls, skeletons, sugared treats and Halloween decor. Melissa was introduced...
Houzz Tour: A Studio Makes the Most of Every Inch
Joanna Simmons | October 23, 2014 4
Olga Alexeeva, of interior design firm Black and Milk Residential, likes a challenge, and when she was asked by a firm of developers to modernize a small studio flat in central London, that’s exactly what she got. “Not only was it tiny; it had not...
Great Design Plant: Small but Mighty Agave Victoria-Reginae
Noelle Johnson | October 23, 2014 2
Queen Victoria agave (Agave victoria-reginae) is highly prized by gardeners throughout the U.S. Southwest and beyond for its beauty as well as its small size. Named after Queen Victoria, this long-lived agave is known for its ability to...
A Place for Everything: Beautiful Ways to Style Your Table
Jude Loxley | October 23, 2014 12
For ages we have been coming together around a table to eat, drink and be merry. As our culture has evolved, so has the art of setting the table for entertaining. In the medieval times of kings, queens and knights, where someone sat in relation...
Farmhouse Style: Windmill Power Comes Around Again
Mary Jo Bowling | October 23, 2014 8
There is something powerful about the sight of a tall windmill. For many of us, the towering structures are as familiar as a red barn, a white farmhouse or a dirt road in the country. It’s an icon that is seemingly embedded in our DNA,...
Shop Houzz: Curate a Cool Coffee Table
Houzz | October 23, 2014
The coffee table is front and center in the living room, so hopefully you love yours. Plus, it’s the first thing guests see, so it should reflect your style. If your coffee table needs some work, stylist and editor...
Room of the Day: Dividing a Living Area to Conquer a Space Challenge
Natalie Wain | October 23, 2014 11
Karinda Tolland and husband Donnacha had rented their early 20th century terraced house in the historic heart of Dublin for about five years before deciding to buy it in 2013 and transform it into their perfect home. With friends and family visiting from...
Bewitching Halloween Entryways by Houzzers
Becky Harris | October 23, 2014 38
Houzzers, you answered our call! Thank you for sharing your creative Halloween entryways with us. I have been having a ball checking out all of your decorations, from inviting harvest displays to decor made to frighten off the most intrepid visitors....
Simple Pleasures: Preserving Analog Memories in a Digital World
Laura Gaskill | October 22, 2014 8
Before switching to a digital camera, I remember getting photos printed regularly and enjoying time spent flipping through the albums stored on my shelves. But I also remember feeling positively joyful when I switched to a digital camera. Hooray...
Low-Boo Halloween Decor for the Little Ones
Mary Jo Bowling | October 22, 2014 7
Interior designer Kristi Will spends most of her time creating high-end, luxury interiors. But for clients with small children, she turns her mind from custom furniture to decorating pumpkins at Halloween time. “It started last year,” she says. “Because...
Modern Macramé in Halloween Hues
Charlene Spiteri | October 22, 2014 3
Don’t be scared! It’s just macramé. With more than a week until Halloween, there’s still plenty of time to decorate for it. This festive update on the hanging macramé planter will put a twist on your Halloween decor that will last...
Great Design Plant: Silphium Perfoliatum Pleases Wildlife
Heather Holm | October 22, 2014 10
Cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum) is not for the faint of heart, especially gardeners who usually shy away from large plants. But use its size to your advantage. What perennial native plant grows to a height of 10 feet or more in as little as two...