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As NASA embarks on ever more fantastic discoveries into outer space – from Mars and Jupiter, to the moon and back – wallpaper and textile designers are creating stellar celestial interpretations in heavenly blues, right here at home. Bringing the brilliance of outer space to our inner spaces is one giant step for mankind’s manses.

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By: Ashleigh VanHouten

Clean, simple neutrals are always in – they provide a backdrop for feature design elements, allowing art or statement furniture to pop, and they also provide a calming serenity when vivid brights or patterns won’t do. Some neutral tones can be stark, and while there’s certainly a time and place for black and white, at times a more subtle approach is the way to go. Alabaster, a creamy, smooth hue that is essentially white’s less ostentatious cousin, is clean without being harsh.

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Debra Wittrup has been inspiring people with fun, do-able DIY projects for nearly 12 years. Recently she teamed up with a collaborative group of photographers, stylists, editors, and writers who are passionate about imaginative design to produce the Caruth Studio Blog. After years of creating commissioned content for print publications and websites, she’s focusing on what she enjoys most: fresh, attainable design […]

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By: Sara Williams Joey Leicht was named as one of the “Designers to Watch” by Chicago’s Merchandise Mart Design Center in 2014. His impressive portfolio of stunning Chicagoland projects garnered him a coveted invitation to transform a Lake Forest Showhouse room in 2015. And his astute fashion sense and artistic eye are evident in his […]

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Last February, nousDecor Chief Designer Mark Cutler and Dwell with Dignity founder Lisa Robison announced the launch of “Design Matters,” a fundraising campaign to help decorate and appoint homes for deserving families, highlighting nousDECOR’s mission of demonstrating beautiful design’s power to transform lives.

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By: Anne Martin

Hotly anticipated each year, ICFF is a darling of design shows for good reason. Products with a high Clever, Thoughtful and Simple (in the truest and best sense of the word) quotient are woven in — mosaic-like — with ingenious inventions, daring left-of-center designs, and materials repurposed for imaginative new uses.

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Inspired by the extensive design archives of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, York Wallcoverings introduces a fresh take on 18th-century design with its new WILLIAMSBURG wallpaper collection, “Trend Meets Tradition.” A beautiful fusion of fine American craftsmanship and international influences, the collection is a timeless delight for a broad spectrum of design sensibilities. John Rocque’s London […]

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By: Ashleigh VanHouten

Kirsten Grove is an Interior Stylist, successful contributor for Better Homes and Gardens, Gray Magazine, and Apartment Therapy (to name a few) and an e-decorating specialist whose aesthetic and design sense leaves us equal parts excited and jealous. She has an innate sense of style that you can just tell she was born with, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn a thing or two.

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