Looking To Make Some Home Improvements? Here Are Solutions That Won’t Break the Bank

Your home is one of the most important spaces in your life. It’s where you live, where you entertain, where you relax and where you enjoy peace, comfort and solace from the rest of the world. Because your home is so important, it stands to reason that you want it to be as beautiful and functional as possible. When your home reflects your personal style and functions in a...

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Milan Design Week 2014: The Quietly Colorful Home

Color, Furniture, Home Furnishing, Lighting, Milan Design Week 2014, Pastels, Textiles From fashion to photography to furniture, recent years have seen a shift in the creative world’s overarching palette from highly saturated primary colors to a soft range of light corals, sea foams, baby blues, pale yellows and pinks. Some tones lean toward a more shimmery, nacreous...

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Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Lego Simpsons, Earth’s new twin planet, a 13-year-old eagle huntress and more in our weekly look at the web 1. Vein$ Fingerprints aren’t the most secure password—as any decent crime film shows, you leave them everywhere. Vein geometry, however, has been shown to be just as unique as fingerprints—even differing in twins—and could be a safer alternative. Palm-vein scanners...

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Craig Dorety: Division

Light animation sculptures inspired by ocular migraines that examine our visual limits Opening on Saturday, 19 April 2014 at Oakland’s Johansson Projects is an exhibition of hypnotic sculpture animations that will have your eyes watering—after you realize you haven’t blinked in a few minutes. In “Division,” San Francisco-based artist Craig Dorety is examining visual...

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A rare artist found again by On The Inside Design

A rare artist has just resurfaced from one of On The Inside Design‘s secret sources. A long-lost artist by the name of Susan Venable, of venablestudio.com came through one of my secret sites for bedroom ideas or living room ideas What I like about Susan’s art is that it is personal – I have a family member that has own’s one of her pieces and I had the privilege of...

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How a La Jolla Decorator Brightens an Urban Apartment in Spain

Successful La Jolla-based decorator Jeanine Naviaux recently completed an eye-opening makeover of a vintage apartment in the heart of Barcelona’s L’Eixample District. The before and after images show the third-story unit’s complete transformation from a dated look to a vivid contemporary style that dovetails with the new owner’s exuberant lifestyle. The homeowner...

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