Make it happen. Take the natural ease of the rustic look and combine it with of-the-minute modern to create an eclectic yet intriguing mix for your home. The two styles balance each other in a harmonious way, one complementing the other.
You know how tons of new construction homes have those silly little Juliet balconies which at first seem kinda smart, then never get used since they just take up indoor space with both doors pulled open?
Turquoise is all the rage right now, gracing the necks, wrists, and fingers of fashion-forward people everywhere. Known as one of the oldest protection stones, turquoise has been used in jewelry for centuries, valued for both its beauty and mystical healing properties.
Back in 2000 while I was finishing up film school, I fell in love with a teensy weensy Woody Allen film called “Small Time Crooks.” Its plot was equal parts silly and brilliant: A crooked couple decides to rob a bank by renting the commercial space next door and passing it off as a cookie shop
My family and friends spend a lot of time in my garden and on my patio, so I like those spaces to feel like an extension of my living and dining rooms. The way I achieve this is by arranging furniture in ways that encourage relaxation and/or conversation.
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The new neutral is darker, gray is big, and black and white are still going strong, but that doesn’t mean this year’s rooms are reading dull. In fact, all those dusky tones are the perfect backdrop for the jewels – jewel tones, that is – trending in 2012.
2012 is looking bright – at least in the eyes of color authority Pantone, which named Tangerine Tango its color of the year.
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