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Eclectic Interiors

When you’re ready to make your home a place you can relax and feel at peace in, you should consider incorporating some eclectic interiors. These are interiors that are eclectic in their spirit but also have a natural feel about them. You won’t find anything over the top or very personal in these interiors. The idea is that they flow…

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The Joy of a Minimalist House Interior

It is not easy to maintain a minimalist home, which is why many homeowners are considering going for a minimalist interior design. The concept of the minimalist house was first introduced in 1957 by interior designer Frank Lloyd Wright and has since become quite popular. With this in mind, let us have a look at some of the things that…

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Architecture And Interior Design: A Complex And Difficult Field

If you have a strong interest in designing outdoor living spaces and indoor spaces, you already have at least one major career path on your mind. Interior architecture and landscape architecture both involve designing attractive outdoor rooms and outdoor landscapes, but those disciplines have different requirements and responsibilities. You might enjoy designing the inside of a home, but you might…

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Why Classic Interior Design Is the Best

The classic interior design originated from ancient European civilization. Like the Greek and Roman style, the French and the Gothic are also the main inspiriting influences of this design. Mixed with the contemporary and classical design, the end result was the classic European, modern classic interior design. It featured a combination of different elements like clean lines, lightness, simplicity, and…

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The Book of Kelly By Kelly behun

The Book of Kelly By Kelly behun It’s the twenty-fifth year anniversary of Kelly Bohan’s untimely passing, and I was recently privileged to be able to read her memoir, Never Smile Again. I’ve always had a strong affinity for Kelly Bohan as an author, but I never knew she’d written a book about personal loss. In a way, I think…

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