HGTV Magazine - March/April 2022

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super style for every room Absolutely beautiful designs to try—they’ll only look like you spent a bundle.


Leafy bedding and light woods: chic, naturally

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in your entry Good looks, personality, practicality—this spot is a win-win-win. A slim coat rack doesn’t take up much real estate (and even has a bench). An oval mirror and rectangular shoe cabinets below it create a cool dynamic of angles-meets-curves. Definitely an entry you’d want to come home to!

BACKPACK DRÖMSÄCK 6-gallon polyester backpack in olive-green

Every bit as chic as it is decluttering. And it’s built with repurposed wood, too.

SHOE CABINETS TRONES 20 ½"W x 7 ⅛"D x 15 ⅜"H polypropylene shoe cabinets in black

UMBRELLA KNALLA umbrella in green/black

PANGET 33 ½"W x 16 ⅛"D x 78 ¾"H pine coat rack with storage bench in dark gray

Sold as a pair and just 7 inches deep, they’re an easy fit in an entry or hallway. Plus you can drop your keys or wallet on top.

BOX LURPASSA lidded 5"W x 7"D x 5"H seagrass box

BASKET TORKIS 22 ⅞"W x 15"D x 11"H polyethylene laundry basket in beige

MIRROR LINDBYN 47 ¼" x 23 ⅝" aluminum mirror in black

The black frame and elegant shape reflect your great taste while making a small area appear larger.

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in your dining area When pattern and texture get together, it’s never a dull meal. Oversize canvas art is always a fast upgrade—one and done. Add in a jazzy pendant, pop-ofcolor flowers in a nubby green vase, and an iconic offset-striped rug for a li’l home zone that racks up big-time appeal.

TABLE RUNNER MITTBIT 14" x 51" cotton table runner in black/ beige/white PENDANT MOJNA/HEMMA 19"-diameter plastic pendant lamp in white

TABLE NORRÅKER 49 ¼"W x 29 ⅛"D x 29 ⅛"H birch table

MUG FÄRGRIK stoneware mug in dark turquoise

Its simple lines and subtle grain pattern go nicely with any dining room style.

CHAIR ODGER wood and plastic composite chair in blue

RUG STOCKHOLM 5'7" x 7'10" handmade wool rug in stripe black/ off-white

This fan fave is not only handwoven and made of durable wool, but the pattern is also on both sides, so it’ll last even longer.

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in your living room Sure, you can have a reading nook without an actual nook. Setting down a memorable rug marks your territory. The armchair is sleek yet chill-out comfy; a graphic pillow, asymmetrically arranged cubbies, and a mini side table (which comes in white) dress it up. Go on, relax.

LAMP RANARP 60"-tall powder-coatedsteel lamp in black

CUBBY EKET 13 ¾"W x 9 ⅞"D x 13 ¾"H fiberboard cabinet in pale pink

CACTI SJÄLSLIGT stoneware decoration

Retro charm that’s a readerpleaser: The arm and shade are adjustable, and the sturdy base keeps it stable.

BOWL STRIMMIG 6"-diameter stoneware bowl in pink

RUG TANNISBY 5'3" x 7'7" handmade wool rug in gray black

PLANTER GRADVIS 4 ¾"tall stoneware plant pot

Position the reversible back cushion to suit your seating preference. And don’t be fooled by the fabric’s pretty sheen; it’s made to resist wear and tear.

CHAIR EKERÖ polyester armchair in Skiftebo dark blue

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door SDL Estancia 4-lite mahogany door in traditional slate gray, $1,349,; Schlage Addison zinc handleset in matte black finish, $149.50,

light Kichler Barrington 10"-tall aluminum and wood outdoor

mailbox Modern 15"W x 4 ½"D x 6"H powder-coated-steel mailbox in satin blue with handle in silver finish, $159,

house numbers 10 ½"-diameter birchwood address plaque in font 2 with white background, $30,

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18 ¼"-tall terrazzo side table, $299,

chair Houe Click plastic, aluminum, and bamboo outdoor chair in lamella multi 2, $312,

doormat + outdoor rug Tindbäk 16" x 24" coir doormat, $8,; Aztec 23 ¾" x 35 ½" cotton, polyester, and viscose layering rug, $30,

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With wallpaper on the risers and Nike the Boston terrier, a staircase in an Austin, TX, home is one of a kind.

fun decorating Wow! What Color Is That? Awesome paint shades and the stories behind them


The High/Low ListN Different price tags, such similar style. Whatever you add to your cart is a score


It’s (Still!) All About Pink Because it sets the tone wherever it goes—and it goes everywhere 29 Show Off Your Favorite People Creative gallery wall inspo to do your family proud 37 Shapes of Things to ComeN Our prediction: Try a piece with a spectacularly unordinary form and, boom! Way snazzier room 46 Want the Bedroom of Your Dreams? Picture waking up to one these sleeping beauties, then find out how to pull it off for real 49 Change Your Lights!N Lightbulb moment: A few fixtures could use a refresh. Do it and energize the whole room



contents home + help How Bad Is It... If a piece of art isn’t centered above a sofa? To plant seeds that have been sitting around? And more! 63 If Your Furniture Could Talk... …It would share lots and lots of design and self-care pointers 70

star scoop Spring-Clean With the Stars HGTV pros share tips, tricks, and personal picks


house tours: genius flair everywhere All Glammed Up Bold moves create wall-to-wall whoa in Silver Spring, MD 78

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Chilled Out A haven with cool ’tude in Larchmont, NY 90 Fabulously Customized Clever projects fill a home in Austin, TX, with quirk 104

curb appeal Copy the Curb Appeal Stopand-stare houses in a Tulsa, OK, neighborhood; grab some ideas! 116

local flavor A Good Neighbor Isn’t Hard to Find Stories that’ll spark appreciation for your own friendly ’hood—or a bunch of new traditions 124

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Worth the Wait Tiny, dated, barely any counters: enough! A homeowner finally gets reno relief 129 Food + Stuff: Sweet Potato, Black Bean, and Spinach Quesadillas Chase the winter blahs away with warm, cheesy goodness 135






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INTERIOR DESIGN Dana Schwartz, @danaschwartzdesign

Radiant colors and shiny brass accents turn a getting-ready station into a real stunner.


mirror Sana 34"-diameter metal mirror in brass finish, $180,

wallpaper Abstract Composition 1012 wallpaper, $56 per square meter,

Modern Forms WS-3115-BR 15"-tall aluminum sconce in brushed brass finish, $219, lightingnewyork .com

tissue box cover tray 7" x 11"wood and bone tray in coral, $90,

Jonathan Adler Hollywood 5"W x 5"D x 6"H acrylic tissue box cover in lavender, $48,

vase Modern Heirloom 8"-tall porcelain vase in lilac, $86,

blow dryer Drybar Baby Buttercup blow dryer, $139,

hand towels Monroe 18" x 36" cotton towels in Sudan brown checker and orchid metal, $40 each,

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It’s a double issue—there’s that much more to enjoy.

1Pink stuff! We dedicated a whole story to a color that’s forever fresh. PAGE 29

2 Bunnies! One of the best parts of

Easter: adorable decor with ears. PAGE 144

3A new bedroom!

Doesn’t the blue-green feel like chilling in a spa? PAGE 49

4 Cool lights! A mint and brass sconce counts as a makeover. PAGE 56

5A spiffed-up house! Dirt is

in double trouble with HGTV pros’ quirky cleaning tricks. PAGE 74

6 Creative family photos! Our

clever framing ideas elevate memories into gallery-level art. PAGE 37

7Floral rugs! With jumbo

blooms and all the colors, they go with any style. PAGE 21

8 Fab shapes! Finds

like triangle plates are my new obsession. PAGE 46

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what color is that?

Awesome paint shades and the stories behind them.


“For my clients’ 1920s home, I had in mind a color that felt historic and modern. This green delivers! Popular in that era, it looks like copper patina, yet next to the dark hood and brass accents, it’s fresh and spring-y.” —Micaela Quinton, @copperskydesignremodel, Atlanta, GA

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“When I saw this yellow on an apron in IKEA, I knew it was the ideal sunny-but-not-blinding shade for the tiny bathroom in an RV we rent out that sits on our farm. I freehanded the mural with a level and a coffee cup lid. Guests have asked about the color so often that I might need to include it in our listing!” —Else Kerkmann, @else.kerkmann, Bend, OR

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brinjal BY FARROW & BALL

“A moody tone, not too purple or too red, was what my client was after for her home office. Dark orchid had the right mix of both and I went, literally, all in—on the walls, trim, ceiling, and built-ins. It’s definitely a statement, though the color keeps it cozy. Her orange velvet sofa and floral shade brighten the space.” —Mary Patton, @marypattondesign, Houston, TX

kendall charcoal BY BENJAMIN MOORE

“Tons of people are doing light gray bedrooms these days. I liked a deeper hue because my room is kind of large, and I knew a charcoal would rein it in. Unlike many, it has great depth and warmth.” —Lindsey Black, @lindseyblackinteriors, Memphis, TN

ferrous BY BEHR

“The couple who lives in this house didn’t know if they were having a boy or a girl. The clay color, inspired by the burnt orange in the rug, works for either. And decals make it youthful. Because it’s not a traditional nursery choice, it won’t feel babyish as their child grows. They had a girl. I hear she’s pretty happy here!” —Coby Starck, @cobystarckdesign, Victoria, British Columbia

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“I wanted a blue in the dining room that would nod to the Pacific Ocean—it’s a few blocks away from this home—and texture, but I couldn’t find a wallpaper that knocked me out. Then I remembered limewash. It’s applied in thin, watery layers. The brushstrokes give the effect of movement, like waves.” —Natalie Myers, @nataliemyers, Los Angeles, CA

ravishing red BY BENJAMIN MOORE

“A feisty color can make even a laundry room a place you want to be. This classic red has a slight black undertone that complements the other blacks in the room. Plaid wallpaper boosts the whimsy while still allowing red to be the star.” —Betsy Helm and Kiley Baun, @shophousedesign, Philadelphia, PA

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juicy peach BY VALSPAR

“Instead of buying a headboard, I painted the arch on the wall behind our bed with some leftovers from a previous project. The color provides instant gratification: Once it’s on the wall, you feel alive and optimistic and peppy. That’s helpful since we’re now empty nesters!” —Lilly Ortiz, @lillithortiz, Orlando, FL

vine leaf “It was once a dingy secondhand white dresser, and I restored it for my husband. I chose hunter green—a favorite of his—and applied three coats over a weekend, removing the wood knobs to keep them natural, like the top. Once we moved the piece into our bedroom, I did a vintage gallery wall to complete the eclectic feel.” —Katie Varela, @our.home.on.a.hill, Lake Forest, CA

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the high /low list Different price tags, such similar style. Whatever you add to your cart is a score.

$936 $399 A mix of black and brass globes gives it the look of an artsy mobile. Willow 48 ¾"-wide steel chandelier in aged brass and black,

Fewer details streamline the shape and price of an airy arc. Arc 45"-wide metal chandelier in light bronze finish,



A built-in light sensor means it won’t “cuckoo!” at night.

Choose from five animals that pop out and announce the time.

Dachs 10"W x 4"D x 10"H composite wood and steel cuckoo clock,

Animal House 4 ½"W x 3 ¾"D x 6 ½"H MDF cuckoo clock in red,

$1,499 $500 A rich oak top boosts the heirloom-in-themaking appeal.

At just about 3 feet wide, it’s sleek for a tight space.

Perry 42"-diameter oak and iron dining table,

James 35 ½"-diameter MDF and steel table,

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$859 $270 Clad in hand-cut bone inlay, it makes for a luxe little stool. Butler Greta 18"H x 14 ½"-diameter bone inlay table,

Gotta love a burst of abstract upholstery under a console. Everly Quinn Whisenant 18"H x 14"-diameter velvet and metal ottoman,



The print on this pillow (sold as a pair) was created by famed designer Josef Frank.

Equally botanically exuberant, even without the designer cachet.

Josef Frank Under the Equator 22" x 22" cotton and silk pillows, price is for 2,

Vegetables Tree 20" x 20" linen and cotton pillow,

$228 $60 Kaloh stoneware 20-piece dinnerware set in golden oak,

Skip the dedicated pasta bowl to cook up some savings. Luna stoneware 16-piece dinnerware set,



With channel tufting from end to end, a linear lounge appears even more elegantly elongated.

Solid tuxedo sides on this version, and still a very tailored look in plush velvet.

Augustine 97"-wide polyester sofa in Orly natural, for stores

Norah 90"-wide velvet sofa in grey,

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From cereal bowls to dinner plates, the set has all your daily go-tos.


$184 $55 A glossy ceramic stand for quick rainy-day grabs in your entry. Pigeon & Poodle Edmonton 23 ½"-tall ceramic umbrella stand,

Lightweight steel, so you can easily tuck it away when the sun comes out. Nest 18 ½"-tall steel umbrella stand in white,



Iron-framed with brass accents: fancy!

Metallic rods offer modern minimalism.

Arteriors Janey 30"-diameter iron and brass mirror,

Gideon 39"-diameter metal mirror,

$125 $50 Butterfly 12 ½" x 12 ½" acrylic tray in yellow,

Oodles of pretty butterflies for a third of the cost. Blue Yellow Butterfly 12" x 15 ½" acrylic tray,



Based on an artist’s work, this hand-hooked rug is like a painting for your floor.

An easy-to-care-for polyester pick delivers a hit of grandmillennial chic to a living room.

Loloi Wild Bloom 5' x 7'6" wool rug in midnight/plum,

Acantha 5' x 8' polyester rug in brown,

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Brings a big spring-y pop of daffodil yellow to a coffee table.

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Check out the fab gold metal shade on this stately stunner.

Although the shade is fabric, the rounded base has a brass cap.

Kelly Wearstler Minimalist 25"-tall metal and marble lamp in white,

Zuo Ciara 21 ¾"-tall marble lamp,

$1,173 $409 Every detail is customizable, from fabric color to legs. Soba velvet chair in marigold, latte, and tapered brass,

Velvet, rattan, wood, metal caps, cheery color: This armchair’s got it all. Kinwell velvet, rattan, wood, and metal chair in yellow,



The painted stoneware is unglazed for a contemporary finish.

Similar sunset palette in a more petite version—just add succulents.

Bloom 7 ½"-wide stoneware planter,

Joshua 5"-wide clay planter,

$2,740 $277 Ornate rattan appliqués dress up a glass-top chest. Santos 32"W x 19"D x 30 ½"H glass, mahogany, rattan, and brass chest, for buying info

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A carved cutie with a handy extra drawer for stuff. Wade Logan Oyola 31 ½"W x 18"D x 30"H wood dresser,

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Because it sets the tone wherever it goes—and it goes everywhere.


pink is cheerful When designer Maude Coudé’s client wondered if the thrill of a pink kitchen would wear off, she had one response: “How can you get tired of a color that happy?!” Millennial pink has been brightening homes and spirits since it became a thing five years ago. In this Montreal space, blush cabinets and rosy pendants are fun on fun.

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pink says “welcome!” Bugbite lotion isn’t on most people’s mood boards, but Calamine by Farrow & Ball is just what the designer ordered for a dark oak door on a Prior Lake, MN, house. “It evokes the same childhood comfort, and it makes you feel good,” says designer Gabriela Laboy. Terra-cotta-color ceramic urns are aged just enough to make the entry exceptionally warm and step-right-in.

pink is pure flattery There’s good Zoom lighting for days in this Phoenix, MD, home office. “Painting just the back of the built-in gave the whole room a glow,” says designer Laura Hodges. (It’s Odessa Pink by Benjamin Moore.) Sticking with white accent pieces produced even more of a sanctuary aura— helpful, says Hodges, “when you’re the sole female in a house full of boys.”

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pink has sugar and spice

“People always ask how my husband handles all the pink I like to use,” says designer Caitlin Wilson. “You have to be strategic about it!” She usually combines it with dark blue, as she did for her Dallas, TX, living room. Larger-than-life blooms on the wallpaper and leopard-print pillows (both from her line) pack a peachy punch. Says Wilson, “It’s a great place to unwind that isn’t too sweet.”

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pink is playful Pink walls and flowery touches in a little girl’s room can look original— and supercute. Designer Lisa Floyd chose Resounding Rose by SherwinWilliams for a child in Lakewood, TX, and hung peppy resin flowers ( has similar ceramic kinds). Metallic stencils on the wall by the trundle bed mimic floating bubbles, while the beaded mirror from Uttermost and pom-poms on the curtains come adorably full circle.

A vanity is one of designer Mindy Gayer’s favorite spots to pink out. “In a smaller space, a surprising color choice has a real impact without having to make a big commitment,” she says. Gayer went with Just Peachy by Benjamin Moore for the Newport Beach, CA, bathroom. It picks up on the blush shade in the marble tiles. No surprise: Brass accents pair gorgeously with light pink.

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The Organic Blush Bubble 16"-diameter glass chandelier, $699, thelightfactory

u- no rug Naomi 4' x 6' wool rug, $750,

stool Vallarta 17 ¾"-tall ceramic stool in pink, $168,

glasses IVV Italian Retro goblets in blush, $65 for a set of 2,

pillow Zara 12" x 20" cotton pillow, $38,

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sofa Aime 86"-wide velvet sofa in royale blush, $2,693,

lamp Rose Swirl 17 ½"-tall metal and resin lamp, $313,

mirror Kartell All Saints 30 ¾"-diameter acrylic mirror in nude pink, $490,

wallpaper Schumacher Cosmos wallpaper in pink, $152 for a single 27" x 27' roll,

chair Opalhouse Design With Jungalow Siena velvet chair in rose, $220,

dresser Hampshire 36"W x 18 ½"D x 34"H wood dresser in blush, $799,

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fA rI E EoPlE Creative gallery wall inspo to do your family proud.

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The combo of acrylic and brass is subtle yet stylish, putting the focus on those smiling faces and letting the wall color you so carefully chose shine through. Also, no need to deal with mats! It’s a picture-perfect setup for hanging a collection of photos in a room that already has a lot going on. FRAMES Assorted Modern acrylic frames, from $30 each, CONSOLE Threshold and Studio McGee Herriman 55"W x 15 ½"D x 30"H wood console table in brown, $300, PAINT Courtyard by Sherwin-Williams


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ombré display Squares ordered in a color gradient have art cred, elevating the prints, while the moody black-and-white photos and wallpaper play off the liveliness of the mats. Gold frames emphasize the warmth of the pink hues; silver would do so for mats in cool tones. FRAMES Frosted 111FGL 9" x 9" metal frames in gold, $21.50 each, MATS Picture Frame 9" x 9" matboards in blush, coho, sushi, cotton candy, carnation, Fiji coral, make-up, saffron, and mandarin orange, $11 each, WALLPAPER Brewster Home Fashions Palila Cloud wallpaper in cream, $127.50 per roll, Night Owl by Sherwin-Williams PAINT

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power perches Simple picture ledges set the stage for a variety of frame shapes and sizes, so it’s a snap to do switcheroos when you’re raring for a change. With ledges painted the same shade as the wall, photos really stand out. Love you, fam! FRAMES Mercer Slim Gallery wood frames, from $39 each, SHELVES Mosslanda 45 ¼"-wide fiberboard picture ledges in white, $15 each, PILLOW Pine Cone Hill Queen Anne’s Lace 22" x 22" polyester pillow, $100, SOFA Tarma 54"-wide cotton sofa in soft Brittany Blue by Behr charcoal, $2,795, PAINT

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minimal meets maximal A frame rail like this takes the guesswork out of arranging a gallery wall—and it’s perfect for a space where you don’t want to (or can’t) make many holes in the wall. The symmetry is seriously striking against splashy, multicolor wallpaper. FRAMES Temple Street 36" x 60" steel frame rail in bronze finish, $129, CONSOLE Threshold and Studio McGee Palmdale 55"W x 15 ¾"D x 30"H poplar, MDF, and veneer console table, $350, WALLPAPER Wallpaper Republic Wilderness wallpaper, $268 for a set of 2 rolls,

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Do not stop taking your other asthma medicines unless instructed to do so by your healthcare provider. Tell your healthcare provider if your asthma does not get better or if it gets worse after you start treatment with FASENRA. The most common side effects of FASENRA include: headache and sore throat. These are not all the possible side effects of FASENRA. You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit or call 1-800-FDA-1088. Please see Brief Summary of full Prescribing Information on following page. FASENRA is a registered trademark of the AstraZeneca group of companies. ©2021 AstraZeneca. All rights reserved. US-59476 12/21



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Our prediction: Try a piece with a spectacularly unordinary form and, boom! Way snazzier room.



Kendall 89 ¾"-wide velvet sofa in blush, $1,399,

New Moon 29 ½"-tall ceramic lamp in daffodil gloss, $575,

planter Frill 8"-tall resin planter in gum leaf, $79,

trinket tray Templo 10 ½" x 11 ½" resin catchall in light blue, $53,

rug Intrados 4'10" x 6' wool rug, $840,

sconce Whit 11"-tall steel sconce in aged brass and black, $164,

coffee table Slab 59 ½"W x 36"D x 14 ½"H marble veneer and concrete coffee table, $899,

vase Squiggle 9 ¼"-tall ceramic vase, $38,

plates Bruntmor Triangle 8"-wide porcelain plates in yellow, $20 for a set of 4,



Modern Arch candles, from $16 each,

Roma Wavy 35" x 65" MDF mirror, $399,

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Little Quick Fire® Hydrangea paniculata: EARLY BLOOMER, MONTHS OF COLOR, COMPACT, EASY CARE, HARDY


Before they reach your garden, our flowering shrubs undergo years of trials and testing for color, quantity of blooms, foliage, disease resistance and ability to thrive with ease. Only a few prove they’re worthy of the #1 plant brand.

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A T H Picture waking up to one these sleeping beauties, then find out how to pull it off for real.

y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o as peaceful as clouds


You’ll feel like you’re floating in them if you surround yourself with a puffy headboard and down comforter, flowy linen curtains, and a cushy knit rug (it’s from Rugs USA). Stick with white, creams, and soft grays. Hang an image above your bed that shows some sky and it’ll really take you away. Coral Gables, FL, room design by Ann Ueno, Ann Ueno Interior Design

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y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o that’s all about a good night’s rest Navy walls envelop a room, transforming it into an intimate retreat that seems far away from the rest of the house. (The color is Hague Blue by Farrow & Ball.) Darker spaces are said to be less energizing to the brain, and they reflect less light, encouraging sound sleep. A velvet bed and a shag rug (by Loloi) couldn’t be cozier. Charlotte, NC, room design by Kelley Lentini and Berkeley Minkhorst, House of Nomad


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y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o that’s mid-century fab Combine ’60s-chic wood furniture with groovy prints and it’s an actual blast from the past. The walnut bed and nightstand are from West Elm; you can browse vintage versions on and Kaleidoscope bedding from Spoonflower, a ball chair from Fine Mod Imports, and wallpaper found at far out. Fenton, MI, room design by Elin Walters, Exactly Designs

GET BETTER ZZZ’S Disconnect yourself from devices about an hour before bedtime; the blue light emanating from screens is stimulating (not to mention work emails!). Place phones in another room to avoid scrolling temptation.

y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o that’s girly but grown up Florals and blush hues fit for an adult oasis: wish granted. The moodiness of the wallpaper by Ashley Woodson Bailey and the distressed velvet bed keep the look sophisticated. A quilt-like blanket from Coyuchi makes it full-on grandmillennial glam. Boston, MA, room design by IDF Studio

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y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o that’s like a Parisian hotel If you want to close your eyes and see the City of Lights, consider blackand-white striped curtains, rich gray walls (Iron Ore by Sherwin-Williams), and a channel-tufted headboard. A floating nightstand to the left of the bed and a makeup vanity on the right complete the trés chic setting; if only there were room service. San Diego, CA, room design by Kelly Hinchman, Studio H Design Group

GET BETTER ZZZ’S Snoozing on your side or back can be more beneficial than resting on your stomach: Those positions reduce pressure on the spine, allowing muscles to relax overnight. Wedge a pillow behind you to give side-sleeping a whirl.

y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o that’s rainbow bright Let the sun and cheery hues in! A soft yellow on the walls (Lemon Meringue by Sherwin-Williams) means colorful punches in the headboard fabric by Quadrille and abstract lamp by Dana Gibson really stand out. Or there’s always this simple change-up: Replace your plain pillowcases with ones that pop. Chatham, MA, room design by Jocelyn Chiappone, Digs Design Company

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y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o more relaxing than a spa For a space so unwinding you’ll wonder where the massage table is, sage grasscloth wallpaper (this kind is by Phillip Jeffries) and Scandinavianinspired furniture set the mood. And a fourposter bed, if you’re in the market for one. A wood veneer wallcovering on the ceiling (also Phillip Jeffries) has a soothing repetitive pattern. Wellington, FL, room design by Heather Weisz, HW Interiors

y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o as hip as a city loft Take a cue from metropolitan streets full of head-turning sights and do it up with graphic designs (the wallpaper and shades are by Kelly Wearstler) and a light (it’s by Arteriors) that rivals a museum sculpture. They’re grounded by the sleekness of a monotone bed, bench, and rug. Huntington Beach, CA, room design by Erica Bryen, Erica Bryen Design


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y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o with beachy vibes Key to the coastal look: layered blues and seashore texture. Here, shiplapstyle walls, bleached oak floors, and a dyed abaca rope bed from Serena & Lily make waves. The weathered wood nightstand from Anthropologie is reminiscent of driftwood. Crisp bedding and photos of shore scenes (these are by Gray Malin) can transport you to an island resort—in your dreams, at least. Holland, MI, room design by Kate Lester, Kate Lester Interiors

GET BETTER ZZZ’S Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day (weekends, too—sorry!) keeps your internal clock in sync, enabling you to doze off more easily.

y ’rE R a i G oF a Dr o that’s straight out of a cabin Grainy black wood, rustic-red pillows, and an oak nightstand will have you thinking you’re tucked away in the mountains. Leather elements give them a modern spin. The wood used for the bed and wall got its color from a Japanese woodburning technique called sou sugi ban, in which the surface is charred. Nisswa, MN, room by Laura Tays, Tays & Co. Design Studios

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Given that dining rooms don’t have much furniture, lighting seriously counts—don’t hold back! Designer Regan Baker chose this chandelier by Trueing for a San Francisco, CA, home; the multicolor glass rods have high impact. “Inevitably it’s the first thing people notice,” she says.

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Lightbulb moment: Your fixtures could use a refresh. Do it and energize the whole room.

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Renee 28"-diameter steel chandelier in aged brass finish, $826,

and metal chandelier, $296,


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Maren 30"-diameter steel chandelier, $599,

Before you browse: Assess the ideal chandy size like the pros do. Measure the room’s length and width; say it’s 10 by 14 feet. Add the numbers, then change “feet” to “inches” and you get 24 inches. That’s your minimum size: “Bigger beats wimpy every time,” says designer Paloma Contreras, who has a line for Visual Comfort. Before the install: Pick up a dimmer—a must for having relaxed dinners.

crystal chandelier, $349,

Grove Isle 38 ½"-diameter metal chandelier in matte white, $400,

Simrishamn 22"-diameter chrome-platedsteel chandelier, $70,

Clancy 36"-diameter powder-coated-steel chandelier in terra cotta, $695,


Sconces may have once had a bit of a stuffy rep, but they’re totally busting out. An accordion cutie from Target in a Boston, MA, bedroom designed by Kristina Crestin allows for late-night reading without disturbing a partner. “There’s light and a punch of color right where you need it,” she says.

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19 ¾"-wide rattan sconce in gold finish, $227,

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Lazy Susan Olympia 14"-tall metal sconce, $165,

Avi 7 ½"-tall metal sconce, $74,

Before you browse: Decide if you want hardwired (no visible cord) or plug-in (you’ll see the cord). You may need to hire an electrician to hang the former. Before the install: Sconces are for mood lighting, so choose bulbs accordingly, say designers Susan and Katharine Hable, who have a line with Generation Lighting. “Avoid cool white or CFLs, which can emit blue light and feel like an operating room.”

Mitzi Giselle 18"-wide steel sconce in old bronze finish, $418,

Olivia 12 ¼"-tall metal sconce, $179,

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Get double or triple the drama over an island. This domed duo (by Mitzi) plays up a Southport, CT, kitchen’s classic good looks. “Unlike recessed lights, pendants bring in warmth and style,” says designer Katherine Hodge. Because the bulbs are partially exposed, she used transparent globes with visible wires for an antique effect.

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Faceted Iridescent 14 ¼"-diameter iron and acrylic pendant, $299,

Olivia 29"-wide steel pendant, $399,


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Tessa 22"-diameter iron pendant, $422,

Before you browse: Determine how many you’ll need; they should be at least a foot apart over an island. If the ceiling’s tall, check the chain and rod specs. Before the install: An electrician can hold up the pendant for you to judge the height, says Contreras. Above a kitchen island or a bathroom vanity, the distance from the bottom of the light to the countertop should be between 30 and 36 inches.

pendants in pink/navy and mustard/pink, $177 each,

13 ¾"-diameter abaca pendant, $169,

metal pendant in burnished brass finish, $515,

Hudson Valley Lighting Washington 15 ½"-diameter glass pendant in aged brass finish, $672,

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how bad is it if a piece of art isn’t centered above a sofa? “When a sofa isn’t sitting smack in the middle of a wall, people’s instinct might be to balance things by centering the art on the wall, but it’ll inevitably feel off,” says Lora Yoon Huh, home editor at HGTV Magazine. Basically, it might drive you up a…. The rule: Evenly space art over the largest object resting against WRITTEN BY ANGELIQUE SERRANO

a wall, whether it’s a sofa or a bed. “That’s why you want to do art placement last when decorating,” says Yoon Huh. There’s also no law that it has to hang midway between the furniture and the ceiling; shoot for eye level.

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how bad is it to plant seeds that have been sitting around for a while? You won’t get the best bang for your buck. “Unlike milk, seeds can’t spoil, so you’ll still grow tasty fruits, vegetables, and herbs—but probably not as many of them, since the older the seeds are, the fewer will germinate,” says Rebecca Sears, chief gardening guru at Ferry-Morse seed company. Seeds generally have a shelf life of approximately one year; over time, their stored energy gets used up, and most varieties become less viable. “The biggest risk is disappointment,” says Sears. Why take the chance of a less lush garden or settle for a smaller crop of cukes and zukes? Green thumbs up for sticking with seeds that are in their prime, or replacing the packet.





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While sliding your foot all the way in may be comfy and time-saving, ultimately it’s no good for the shoe or for you. “Wearing shoes or sneakers improperly could cause trauma to the heel,” says William S. Long, D.P.M., a podiatrist based in Simpsonville, SC, and a spokesperson for the American Podiatric Medical Association. You’re more prone to inflammation as well as ankle sprains, since the back of your footwear (officially called the “counter,” FYI) controls the motion of your heel, offering support for walking. Driving with collapsed backs is dangerous because a shoe can slip off, potentially leading you to swerve the car. For anyone who craves that free-heel feel, check out slip-on mule sneaks: backless and cute.

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how bad is it to forget to remove spot cleaner from a rug? If your “Eeek, the rug!” recall happens within a few hours of spritzing, and it isn’t a delicate material like silk, you should be fine, says Carolyn Forté, director of the Home Appliances & Cleaning Products Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute. Just make sure to spray the spot with water to dissolve the cleaner, blot with a white cloth, and try not to go at it too rigorously. “Once carpet cleaner dries, you have to work harder to get it out, and rubbing can mat the fibers of a rug and make it appear worn,” she says. To beat future space-outs, set a timer or try her hack: Plop a bowl upside down over the stain after you’ve sprayed on remover—you can’t miss it.






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how bad is it if your kid plays with the dog’s toys? Sharing is definitely not caring. You may have heard that dog saliva is “cleaner” than a human’s, but that’s untrue, says Gail R. Hansen, D.V.M., a veterinary consultant in Washington, D.C., who works on public health issues. “Think of where dogs put their mouths,” she says. (Picture Scrappy sniffing at other doggies’ doo during walks.) Should a child handling a dog’s chew toy put it (or their hands) in their mouth, bacteria could make them sick. Keep pet and human toys in separate bins, and try not to buy a pooch stuffed animals that resemble your kid’s. “This is what’s fair to your dog, who deserves to have his own toys,” says Dr. Hansen.

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Ingredients 1 can (8 oz) refrigerated Pillsbury™ Original Crescent Rolls (8 Count) 24 slices (about 5 oz) pepperoni 2 oz shredded mozzarella cheese (1/2 cup)

Oh no they didn’t! Your stuff is your stuff, however ancient or decrepit. But understanding a partner’s intentions could help you calm down, say Nate and Kaley Klemp, coauthors of The 80/80 Marriage. Maybe they think that college sweatshirt with the giant hole in the sleeve isn’t doing your look any favors, or they went on a cleaning binge and failed to realize that every single one of your 27 bowling trophies still means something to you. (Wait—ponder that.) “After hearing your partner out, follow with a clear request to ask before they throw or give belongings away,” says Nate Klemp. To head off decluttering drama, designate a box in your basement or garage for items destined to be donated. “This will allow both of you to look them over and talk about what to give away and what to keep.”

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1 cup tomato pasta or pizza sauce, heated

Heat oven to 375°F. Separate dough into 8 triangles; pat out each triangle slightly.


Place 3 slices pepperoni, slightly overlapping, on center of each triangle. Top each with about 1 tablespoon cheese.


Roll up, starting at shortest side of triangle and rolling to opposite point. Place rolls, point side down, on ungreased cookie sheet.


Bake at 375°F for 10 to 14 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from cookie sheet. Serve warm crescents with warm pasta sauce for dipping.

Guess what? It’s SO GOOD to snap a pic before you toss sentimental stuff. You’ll hang onto the memory while letting go of the boy-milking-cow figurine from grandma that doesn’t quite bring joy. In one study, people encouraged to take photos of objects donated more than those who didn’t.



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…it would share lots and lots of design and self-care pointers. Listen up! You don’t have to use a nightstand. Side tables, demilune tables, small trunks, stools with rectangular seats, or even plant stands can out-fab your basic nightstand. Alternately, ditch them and mount floating shelves on either side of your bed.

Hey, crafters, how about a tablecloth?

Show your dining table a little r-e-s-p-e-c-t by throwing on an oilcloth or a vinyl tablecloth before doing projects, or by using a desk protector or dedicated place mats. If you’re a constant crafter, consider investing in a foldable table pad you could tuck away in a closet.

Repress your matchy urges— mix the chairs! The effect is pure homey-fun. Save bucks by refreshing your current dining set with paint or new fabrics in complementary shades, or enjoy the hunt for vintage finds. It’s nice to match the head chairs to get some cohesion.

I’m actually happier without a lamp. They’re total space hogs. A wall sconce frees up the top of the table, making room for an alarm clock, a book, and even a pretty dish to hold jewelry. Try a plug-in sconce for instant gratification (see page 59 for sconces galore).


Ahem, a big vase or two would look great. Much love to books, but you’ve gotta have character. Display vases, art, bowls, and sculptures, new and old. Rest some on top of books stacked horizontally, and rope in others as bookends.

I can help with your MIA remote control. Bins, boxes, and baskets will corral electronic gadgets, chargers, little toys, and mementos. When placed on the bottom shelf, a large container visually grounds a bookcase, and it’ll be within reach for tots.

I like a good rug. It defines dining spaces in large or eatin kitchens, and prevents chair-leg scratches on wood floors. Spills may be as inevitable as Taco Tuesday, but polypropylene and treated nylon rugs won’t easily stain. For extra camouflage, consider darker colors and patterns.

There’s a right (cough) way to dust (cough) my books. The ideal technique is to push dust away from the spine toward the book’s opening; that way, it won’t stick in the binding. Instead of a feather duster, use a microfiber or cloth kind, which grabs dust as opposed to launching it into the air.

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home + help The answer is: drawer dividers. Forever frustrated by overstuffed drawers? Imagine how they feel! Section yours off with adjustable wood or plastic dividers, then look forward to getting ready faster in the mornings and never overbuying socks again.

Sometimes taller is better. A double-wide dresser, grand as it is, might dominate a room on the smaller side. Use vertical space to your advantage: A tall, sleek piece can still fit plenty of clothes. If you’re sticking with an existing large dresser, leave the top relatively free of tchotchkes to air it out.

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Lint rollers are your friend and mine. Doing a quick sweep (reusable rollers work as well as disposable sticky-paper versions) is enough to keep headboards looking fresh. Handle kid handprints or hair dye and pen mark stains with a fabric spot cleaner ASAP after they happen.

It’s true! A headboard can be core decor in a room, and more supportive for your back than a pile of pillows as you watch House Hunters. It stabilizes a bed, too, ensuring better shut-eye if you have a tossand-turn partner.

Coasters are so cute and colorful. Just saying! The better they look, the more you won’t mind leaving them out—encouraging and enabling your family to finally quit leaving water rings and heat marks from cups. No-slip silicone or unglazed ceramic kinds with cork bottoms are your best bet.

a o Hi g aLl f r iT R L ElL y A little TLC goes a long way to letting pieces live their best life. Dust regularly with a damp cloth to beat a dulling film of dust; take care not to slam cabinet doors (apply those self-adhesive clear dots); avoid banging the vacuum into the legs of seats, tables, and dressers (a bumper for the head comes in handy); and if pets hang on the sofa, protect it with a throw or blanket.

Get to know my cousin, the ottoman. They’re typically smaller (good for tight sitting areas) and softer (good for kids) than coffee tables, and many come with storage (woo!). If you’re needing a place to plop drinks and snacks, top yours with a tray.

I’m into that hourglass pillow chop. Plump a pillow by making indents on either side, hands slightly cupped. Also for fluff’s sake, order an insert one size up from the cover. (If the cover is 18 inches, get a 20-inch insert.)

Pay attention to seat depth before buying me online. It’s the measurement from the front of the seat cushion to where the back cushion starts, not the depth of the sofa itself. Anything 24 inches and up should be very comfy. Measure your current cushions for a benchmark. And do not buy a sofa without reading the reviews—there’s usually consensus on how loungeworthy they are.

OUR FLUENT-IN-FURNITURE EXPERTS: Melissa Homer, chief cleaning officer at MaidPro; Rachel Rosenthal, organizing expert and founder of Rachel and Company; Lexie Sachs, textiles director at the Good Housekeeping Institute; Killy Scheer, designer and founder of Scheer & Co; Alison Wilkinson, designer at West Elm

Actually use those vacuum attachments. With their concentrated suction, they’re made for keeping sofas pristine. Remove cushions; give ’em a once-over with the upholstery tool; glide it over the sofa frame to snatch crumbs, dust, and hair; then rejoice when you find that earring you lost a year ago.

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Our garage, where we stash excess stuff. I’m making stacks of holiday decor and sorting through clothes.

Mind Your Own Beeswax from Amy Howard at Home. Wood gets dehydrated, and this keeps it polished and free of cracks.

I gravitate toward citrus. It’s what clean smells like.

Traditional. For me, auto-spray leaves a residue.

The playroom. I finally brought in clear plastic bins for toys. Since the kids can see inside, they won’t dump them out to find favorites.

Grandma’s Secret Spot Remover is the bomb for getting stains out of all sorts of fabric.

Lavender and lemon verbena for everyday; apple cider vinegar and white sage for deep cleaning.

Auto-spray forever. It’s more sanitary, in my opinion. I don’t even want to think about traditional mopping.

I’m hitting every room! Decluttering is like eating cookies— once you start, you don’t want to stop.

A spray bottle filled with vodka. It tackles dirt and it’s antibacterial.

I secretly love the smell of vinegar. It’s like house cologne.

I’m going with steam mop. That heat can remove almost anything, including spilled red wine.

My basement. It’s the place where things go to disappear forever, but now it’s destined to be a big, beautiful guest bedroom.

A woodsy scented room spray from West Elm I bought a few years ago and have been savoring ever since. Reminds me of my Survivor days.

Our mudroom, as it’s overrun with ski and snow gear. Once the season changes, it feels good to box it all up.

Homemade carpet deodorizer: 1 cup of baking soda to 15 drops essential oil, in a mason jar, with holes in the lid for sprinkling.

The closet off my laundry room, where I store tools and extra decor like lamps. The best way to organize is to take everything out.

Bissell Spot & Stain Spotlifter can erase a variety of marks from a rug or upholstery—a must with a dog.

We’re moving, so massive springcleaning came early. Hot tip: Put duplicate kitchen items up for grabs on your porch, then email neighbors.

Grab Green All Purpose Cleaner. It works, even when kids “decorate” a wall with marker or crayon.

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CRISTI DOZIER Building Roots


Anything crisp, clean, and not too floral, like eucalyptus. I have stems of it hanging in my shower.

Lemongrass essential oil. It’s just refreshing.

Neither. I put two wet rags under my feet, skate around the floor, and have some fun.

I’m all about lavender and thyme. Very spring.

I own the same type of mop my mom did, from The Clean Team, with an oversize head and replaceable terry cloth covers.

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Auto-spray mops are too convenient not to use—grab, spritz, clean, toss back into the closet.

Sage and lavender make a room scream, “Hello! I’m clean!”

Neither. My go-to is a bucket of water, all-purpose cleaner, and old towels. It’s a handsand-knees job to get into nooks and crannies.

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HGTV pros share tips, tricks, and personal picks. TEAM SHOES OFF OR TEAM SHOES ON?





Shoes on. With three boys running around the house, you learn to live with non-pristine carpets.

Goodwill. I toss giveaways into a bin until there’s a big enough pile to donate.

Does pushing crumbs under the rug count? Ha! I do squeegee the glass door of the shower while I’m in it.

I DIY it every so often, and I leave aluminum foil at the bottom to catch crumbs.

Yes, because I’m sweating at the end—I turn up Thomas Rhett and dance while I dust.

O-f-f. That’s the rule for everyone!

If they’re still nice and fashionable, I either consign clothes or take them to a homeless shelter.

Plopping dirty clothes into the laundry and making the beds leaves the house looking clean, even when it’s not.

I think my husband, Mike, does it—or else we’re in trouble.

A clothing charity in my neighborhood. I like to keep it local.

Use vinegar—I told you I love it!—and a lint-free flour sack towel on mirrors and glass objects for major sparkle.

Self-clean. Because it’s better to run when the oven is already hot, I turn it on after whipping up a big meal.

I have a “Please remove your shoes” sign, though I’ve yet to institute that policy.

I pass on newer pieces to friends. Old T-shirts get a second life as staining rags for wood projects.

I trick myself into thinking cleaning is enjoyable with a candle, music, and a glass of wine.

I order in a lot. No cooking = no cleaning.

Whatever you want—as long as the shoes aren’t muddy. If so, off they go.

Our Humane Society thrift store. It benefits pets in need.

Set a timer for 10 minutes and give each of my kids a job.

Self-clean is the only way. I crack the windows since the smell can be strong.

Absolutely, especially if you throw on some ankle weights.

With a cabin surrounded by pine trees, I only get strict about shoes off during sap season.

Out of the Closet thrift stores, which donate proceeds toward medical services for people with HIV and AIDS.

Do a little bit every day. Taking cleaning breaks away from the computer also helps reboot my brain.

I just discovered my oven has a self-clean function, and now I’m free to make huge messes.

Yep, think running up and down stairs over and over. I skip real cardio on deep-clean days.

Off. My family loves the outdoors, but I don’t love them tracking dirt in the house.

A local resale store that supports domestic violence victims. I like being able to recycle with a purpose.


Shoes on. I can’t stand leaving my favorite part of an outfit at the door.

A pretty basket in every room to quickly toss stuff in.

DIY—isn’t everything cleaned better with a little elbow grease? And it’s satisfying.

Without a doubt. Cleaning helps

you get in your daily steps!

Totally. Double points if a clean place makes you dance around celebrating.

Cleaning is a marathon, so: yes!

100%. Guess it’s unanimous! I speedclean to really feel the burn.


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No matter how small, big, old, or new your house is, it can be full of personality. When you max out your style and creativity, that’s flair. It can mean vibrant colors, dashing patterns—even both! Maybe there’s a spectacular DIY in each room, or low-key vibes throughout with high-spirited touches. Because everyone deserves a place just as unique as they are. Turn to see three very personalized homes. HGTV Magazine 77

Bold moves create wall-to-wall whoa in Silver Spring, MD.


he reaction people typically have when they first look around Tamar and David Volosov’s house: “I don’t think I could ever do this, but it totally works!” Built in 2020, their Silver Spring, MD, home served as a blank canvas for Tamar’s vision. “I’m all about mixing crazy-bright colors and strong patterns in a way that feels a little fancy, not fussy,” says Tamar, who admits she might be making up for lost time (she grew up in a mostly white house). Razzle-dazzle to thrill her three children and guests also mattered; the couple have been known to host 30-plus friends for Friday night Shabbat dinners. Tamar gave designer Dana Schwartz the green (and blue and pink and purple) light, and no room was left unadorned. “While outof-the-box glamour isn’t for everyone,” says Tamar, “it’s definitely for us.”

GLAM SOFA By Lee Industries, its curves and golden legs say “luxe;” stain-treated speckled fabric from Romo says, “Kids are welcome.”


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GLAM CEILING “Normally you’d have a neutral ceiling and a gorgeous rug—we flipped it,” says designer Dana. Teal green wallpaper by Romo is yet more of a showstopper next to the dark blue walls.

paint color Downpour Blue by Benjamin Moore

GLAM CHAIR As eyepopping as the fabric by S. Harris is, those acrylic arms are standouts, too. (It’s from Bernhardt Furniture Company.) The clear material, also in the coffee table (from Century Furniture) and curtain rods, balances the room’s vivacity— but is posh in its own right.

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paint color Casco Bay by Benjamin Moore

GLAM GLITZ When you have brass counter stools (from Crate & Barrel) and aged brass trim on the island, even pizza-making is chic. The gleam theme continues in diamond-shaped Circa Lighting pendants, cabinet hardware from Top Knobs, and a custom range hood.

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It’s just the right amount of unpredictable for cabinets. Inserting it into the coffered ceiling panels lends the kitchen cohesion and coziness.

Tamar and David with, from left, Ayala, 13; Azik, 8; and Keira, 11

GLAM CHANDELIER Can you say “statement piece”? From Arteriors, “it helps make the breakfast nook my favorite place in the house,” says Tamar.

GLAM WALLPAPER A flowery pattern from Osborne & Little and abundant natural light are like a glorious hothouse.

GLAM CHAIRS Rattan ties to the natural wood beams above, and the dark green to the wallpaper. They’re from Urban Outfitters.

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GLAM HEADBOARD Sweet dreams are made of this velvet abstract fabric by Holly Hunt. The scalloped edge of the bed mirrors the loops of the bead chandelier from Shades of Light.

GLAM BENCH Although the hues on the Arteriors piece are muted, the design is packed with panache. Says Tamar, “I wanted the bedroom to be a little less crazy than the rest of the house so we could fall asleep.”

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Metallic fronds on a CB2 floor lamp have playful flair in the kids’ hangout.

GLAM STOOL From HomeGoods, it provides cute and cushy seating for playing with Lego sets. The “desk” is a 6-footlong dining table by Gus.

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house tours GLAM WALLPAPER (AGAIN) Tamar and Dana designed the den around the wild pattern from Wallshoppe. It sets the scene for when board game pieces wind up scattered everywhere.

GLAM BED Keira has said it makes her feel princess-y (it’s from RH Teen). “A canopy is a great way to draw the eye up to the 9-foot ceiling and utilize the whole space,” says Dana. The butterfly wallpaper and curtain fabric are by Christian Lacroix.

GLAM RUG Tamar scored it from her grandparents’ home after they downsized. Yes, hand-me-downs can be glam! A rug is layered beneath for added coverage.

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house tours GLAM WALL Looks like a mural but (surprise, surprise) it’s wallpaper, by Pierre Frey. The flashiness raises the relaxation factor for Tamar. “It’s free-form, like a child’s finger painting,” she says.

GLAM BATHTUB “You can’t be unhappy when you’re soaking in a purple tub,” says Tamar. She got the idea after seeing a yellow one on Instagram; Dana suggested purple to match the wallpaper.

•BLING OUT WITH JEWEL TONES such as emerald greens, ruby reds, and sapphire blues. Like their jewelry counterparts, they’re swanky.

I’m just not very good at doing anything plain. —Tamar

•DON’T HOLD BACK ON FUZZY FABRICS. Velvety benches, chenille throws, and faux-fur pillows look and feel sumptuous.

•DO SUBTLE HITS OF REFLECTIVE MATERIALS—think wallpaper with glimmer, pieces made of acrylic (it’s trending), and pearlescent backsplash tiles like the ones in the Volosovs’ kitchen. Sometimes less is more.

•LIGHT IT UP with sensational chandeliers and fixtures; Tamar went for it in every room.

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shop the look chandelier Storied Home 27 ½"-diameter metal and wood chandelier in distressed black, $548,

Smacktom 13 ½"-diameter bamboo tray in floral teal, $40.50,

wallpaper Chris Benz El Quijote wallpaper, $199 per roll,



Project 62 Radovre 20"H x 18"-diameter faux-fur and metal ottoman, $75,

Novogratz Camilla queen metal canopy bed in gold finish, $392,

sofa Baila 89 ½"-wide velvet and stainless steel sofa in grey, $1,199,

pillows Clockwise from left: Quelle Surprise! 20" x 20" cotton pillow, $72,; 20" x 20" velvet pillow in ochre, $45,; Bargello Twist 12" x 16" wool pillow, $155,

candleholders Flora aluminum, brass, and engineered wood candleholders (the largest is 11 ½" tall), from $24 each,

bathtub AKDY Double Slipper 59"-wide fiberglass clawfoot tub, $690, PAINT Forget-Me-Not by Sherwin-Williams

rug Chindi 5' x 8' cotton and polyester rug in pink, $98,

art ZAP! by Andy Blank 21" x 21" unframed print, $69,

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chilled out A family haven with cool ’tude in Larchmont, NY.


aime Willey wanted her home in Larchmont, NY, to have a distinct look (no surprise, given that she’s a designer), but she was equally determined to make it a relaxing place for her busy family. The answer was as clear as black-and-white—put together in the most compelling way. Laid-back locales served as inspiration. “I’m into the simplicity of the designs in California, Oregon, and Australia,” says Jaime. “When I find houses I love on Instagram, they’re inevitably from there.” The farmhouse (built in 1837) she and her husband, Stephen, had bought definitely needed serenity: “When we got the place, it had creaky floors, peeling siding, and lights that turned on in the middle of the night. It felt haunted!” Once the bones were in good shape, Jaime juxtaposed neutral mash-ups with pale wood and sprinkled in hip finds— proving that monotone doesn’t have to be the least bit mundane.

CHILL PAIRING Black runners ground the white oak floor, which was bleached twice and whitewashed for the airiest effect.


house tours CHILL PENDANTS They’ve got drama, in a boho sort of way. The duo is from Etsy shop Viwei.

CHILL SHELVES Open ones built into a corner are casual and inviting.

Jaime passed down her love of cooking to the kids. Bonus: Nina helps with prep.

CHILL COUNTERS Although gray porcelain is serene, the marbled effect has impact.

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CHILL FOCAL WALL Minor variations in clay tiles by Clé Tile exude easygoing charm. The sconces are by Cedar and Moss.

CHILL BREAKFAST AREA For edginess that blends in, Jaime had the table made with hammered iron nailhead trim. Spills wipe right off the fauxleather bench—which helps her keep her chill.

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CHILL DETAIL Jaime found the big leather tassel at local store The Souk at Maisonette, which sources items from Morocco.

CHILL WELCOME The flowy legs of the plant stand (from Terrain) and a jute runner (from Amazon) say, "Relax!"

CHILL BARN DOOR "I was going for modern but natural," says Jaime. The wood design was made by Modstic and installed on a custom barn door.

CHILL MIRROR The curvy shape of this one, by Ferm Living, resembles a pool of water.

CHILL BUILT-INS Inset shelves on either side of the TV create room for decor and books without cluttering up the room.

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CHILL ART An oversize double-exposed nature photograph by Elena Lyakir has a soothing presence.

CHILL SOFA Double chaises on the Pottery Barn sofa mean less competition for who gets to put their feet up. “We pull the coffee table over for those of us in the middle,” says Jaime.

CHILL RUG Wool and shaggy with a cross pattern, from Anthropologie, it's kinda bold and kinda not.

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CHILL RETREAT Sheer white linen drapes from West Elm give the main bedroom the dreamy quality Jaime was after.

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CHILL WALLPAPER A mesmerizing pattern, soft blues and pinks—the print by Eskayel is practically therapeutic.

CHILL BED A low profile put the focus on abstract pillows from Kim Soo Home and blanket from CB2. “It's nice that we never bang into the legs!” says Jaime.

CHILL PAMPERING Trough sinks always feel zen; this concrete one is by Native Trails. The seagrass basket is from World Market.

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CHILL HANGOUT From the floaty mobile by Kelly Design Mobiles on Etsy down to the ombré rug by Magnolia Home, the game room is as appealing to grownups as it is to kids.

CHILL SEATS A rattan cocoon chair (from Eclectic Goods) and a striped beanbag (from Wayfair) serve as crash spots after the boys have battled it out.

When your look leans minimal, you can drop in character in the details. A foosball table counts, right?! —Jaime

CHILL LIGHT From AllModern, the netting brings beachiness to Nina’s room. “She loves the ocean, always has—a fish since age 2,” says Jaime.

CHILL ART It’s a carefree collection, with a peace sign tapestry by Kawaiian Lion and scenic prints of Australia.

CHILL BEDDING Muted rainbow shades in the duvet set from Roxy for PBteen are a mellow twist.

CHILL NOOK The shelves of a corner bed by Pottery Barn offer lots of spots for the teen to tuck away her stuff.

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CHILL DECALS In a corner of Nina’s room, Jaime applied light blue dots from The Lovely Wall Co. over the course of two weeks. “I like temporary decor in kid rooms, so they’re free to change their minds,” she says.

NOT-SO-CHILL (BUT AWESOME) POSTER David Bowie looking down on you while you do geometry homework? Inspiring! Jaime snagged the poster during a trip to Barcelona.

CHILL DESK A mixed wood kind from Wayfair matches the home's vibe.

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CHILL LOUNGE The covered porch is a tranquil spot to sit with coffee or a cocktail on the outdoor furniture from Wayfair. “We live out here, even when it’s cold,” says Jaime.

CHILL DINNER OUT Hanging pendants from Terrain and hurricane lanterns from Jamali Garden have romantic ambience.

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CHILL FLOWERS Fluffy purple Erica heather seem plucked from a field of wildflowers—talk about calming.

Every part of the house is like a breath of fresh air. It ’s our sanctuary. —Jaime

•CARRY ONE LOW-KEY PALETTE throughout your entire place, as Jaime did. You get a really calming flow.

•LET THE OUTDOORS IN with minimal window treatments, or none! Materials like rattan and seagrass bring the beach.

•SELECT SIMPLE PATTERNS along the lines of the geometric rugs in Jaime’s living room and bedroom. The uncomplicated repeats won’t overpower a space.

•KEEP COLOR CONTRAST IN CHECK. Soft not-brights add energy, just not too much.


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shop the look lamp Nina 16 ¼"-tall lacquered metal, brass, and wood lamp in white, $372,

canisters Stash 4 ½"H x 3"-diameter leather and ceramic canisters, $40 for a mixed set of 3,

wallpaper Shakya wallpaper in dusk, $375 per roll,

chair Fallon Cocoon rattan and polyesterblend chair, $300,

rug Alstead 7'10" x 10' polypropylene rug, $302,

wall decals Irregular Dot 1 ¼"-wide vinyl decals in blue, $29 for a set of 140,

pendant Hoyne 21 ½"-diameter wire and galvanized steel pendant in iron finish, $399,

pillows Bloom & Give Michelle 20" x 20" cotton pillow, $80,; Giacometti Brush Strokes 13" x 22" polyester pillow, $106,

wall hanging Aztec 17" x 33" wood wall hanging with black frame, $271,

coffee table Malia Industrial Loft 15"H x 35"-diameter marble and aluminum table, $949,

art Bondi Icebergs Beach by Seascape Prints 12" x 16" unframed print, $39,

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Clever projects fill a home in Austin, TX, with quirk.


henever Wendy Conklin is clothes shopping, she runs into the same challenge. “I see a great pattern on a top or a dress and I think, I wish I could upholster something with that! ” says Wendy, the designer behind Chair Whimsy. Unique fabric, wallpaper, and paint colors abound in the 2,840-square-foot Victorian in Austin, TX, that she shares with her husband, Blane. To Wendy, every textile, every vintage furniture find, every piece of art tells a story—the knockout wallpaper she discovered after hours of scrolling, the settee she drove across the state to get, the paintings done by her adult daughter. “Life is too short not to surround yourself with spaces you’ve lovingly created and put yourself into,” she says. “It brings a lot of joy.”


Of course the couple’s 11-yearold Boston terrier has a charismatic name: Nike, as in the Greek goddess (their first dog was Zeus).

FABULOUS SETTEE This antique had a cavedin seat before Wendy resuscitated it. The floral fabric is original; the hot pink velvet is her handiwork.

FABULOUS STAIRS To make the magic, Wendy cut and adhered Matisse-like wallpaper from Spoonflower.

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FABULOUS CHAIRS An animal print basically functions as a neutral here; Wendy hand-painted the frames gold. “The chairs are from the 1890s and have more character than any new ones I could buy,” says Wendy.

Simple accents bookend a painting by artist Carrie Schmitt that, says Wendy, “is like having fresh flowers every day.”

FABULOUS COLOR SCHEME “When you fall for a fuchsia rug, one thing leads to another!” says Wendy. This beauty, from Manhattan Rugs, brings out the hue in the settee fabric by Clarke & Clarke.

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Any place can be customized. Back in college, I made curtains for my dorm room. —Wendy

FABULOUS STUDIO It’s one lively place to work, with eye-popping blooms in the Kim Parker for Clarke & Clarke wallpaper. The flowery fabric on the chairs in progress is from Checkered laminate flooring joins the pattern party.

paint color Tricorn Black by Sherwin-Williams

FABULOUS NOOK Paint the walls black?! Yes—a dare from a friend. “I knew it would look cool because of all the light and the dynamic patterns,” says Wendy. The settee fabric is by Kravet, and the chair fabric is by Carrie Schmitt.

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FABULOUS CABINETRY Wendy decked out the backs of the glass-front cabinets with Anthropologie wallpaper. It’s on the side panels, too. Heart eyes for the Smeg coffeemaker that picks up the pink.



A poppy fruit bowl brings instant personality to the countertop.

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FABULOUS SPA The main bathroom already had an old-school Victorian look going, with marble tile, a claw-foot tub, and a console sink. Wendy leaned into the mood and did pale pink on the walls.

paint color Perfection by Valspar

FABULOUS STOOL An old one looked better than new once Wendy rehabbed it with fabric by Carrie Schmitt and painted the legs gold (a go-to move for her furniture flips).

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FABULOUS ACCENTS All-white lamps weren’t going to fly; Wendy painted the flowers on them hot pink. Even the tassels on the bench have extra whimsy— they’re vintage.

FABULOUS BED For an easy bedroom spiff-up, after putting in fab blue and white shades from Smith & Noble, Wendy painted the bed’s metal frame with dark teal chalk paint (Aubusson Blue by Annie Sloan). A pileon of pillows and a blanket from Anthropolgie also reinvigorated the room.

house tours FABULOUS ART The couple’s older daughter, Raegan, painted several portraits inspired by Frida Kahlo. Wendy snagged frames at a local antiques mall and painted them for this guest room.

FABULOUS SETUP Chairs arranged around a jute rug by Safavieh form an inviting hangout.

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FABULOUS PAINT JOB A second guest room is yet more proof of the power of PIY (Paint It Yourself). Wendy did Decisive Yellow by SherwinWilliams on the shutters and desk chair, and matched a desk to the green wicker nightstand from a garage sale ($5!).

FABULOUS LAMP Wendy upcycled a Goodwill light with a new shade; it’s covered with the same print as the wallpaper in her studio.

so you want to make over some chairs

•PICK A DURABLE FABRIC: Cotton blends are Wendy’s main go-tos for chairs. Pros also like microfiber, which cleans up nicely and repels water (though it’s a bit harder to DIY). Avoid doing silk on frequently used seats; it often snags, like a run in a stocking.

•LAY PATTERNED FABRIC ON THE SEAT, the back of the chair, or both, to decide which part of the design you want to see front and center.



DOUBLE-WELT ADD OOMPH, especially in a hue that contrasts the fabric. “I’ve sewn welting and it’s easy,” says Wendy. When she’s using a complex pattern that has many colors, Wendy matches the trim to a prominent one.

•ASK WHETHER THE UPHOLSTERER WILL REDUCE THE FEE if you remove the old fabric yourself. “You could also paint the frame or just the legs to personalize it before bringing it in,” says Wendy.

Sure, you could do a mood board and plan out your colors, but it’s really fun to wing it! —Wendy


shop the look kettle Vintage 1.7-quart enameled-steel kettle in aqua, $50,

table Acme Furniture Alger 22"H x 18"-diameter wood table in light yellow, $79,

pillows From left: Cockatiel 18" x 18" polyester pillow, $43, femmehesse; Artistic Weavers Liviah 20" x 20" polyester pillow, $54,

chair Spring Collection Charley Floral velvet and wood chair, $1,499,

ottoman 13"H x 20"-diameter velvet pouf in blue, $89,

house tours outdoor swing Polywood Vineyard 60 ½"-wide plastic swing in white, $389,

bowl The Pioneer Woman Flea Market 10 ½"-diameter stoneware bowls, $25 for a mixed set of 3,

rug Dash & Albert Casar 5' x 8' cotton, wool, and polyester rug, $1,368,

bed Inspire Q Giselle

lamp + shade Almeria 20"-tall metal lamp, $59, for stores; Peony Floral 10"-tall cotton shade, $120,

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BUILT IN: 1926 BOUGHT IN: 1990 SIZE: 2,500 sq. ft.

Lantern poking through ivy: doesn’t get more charming than that.

A recessed front door makes for one impressive entrance.

l curb appeal Stop-and-stare houses in a T sa, , neighborhood— grab some ideas!

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PINK BRICK and sage shutters bolster the home’s quaint English countryside feel. “When we meet new people in the neighborhood, they tell us they love ‘the pink house,’ ” say homeowners Ann and Britt Radford. THE ENGLISH IVY used to be ground cover. After noticing it gracing the sides of other homes in the area, the Radfords let it grow. A GABLE ROOF is both majestic and practical— precipitation slides right down, so snow and ice can’t sit around and create water damage.

HOUSE Angelic by Sherwin-Williams

FRONT DOOR Boreal Forest by Benjamin Moore

SHUTTERS Bitter Sage by Behr

light Darby Home Co. Brackin 14 ¾"-tall metal and seeded glass lantern in oil-rubbedbronze finish, $200,


shaped into hedges bloom reddish pink flowers in the spring. They’re best pruned after blooms have faded.

door Tuscan wood door, from $3,890,

ARCHED FRAMES over the double windows mimic the doorway’s pretty curves. Pink BEGONIAS spring out of matching urns, along with trailing vinca. Fun fact: You can grow begonias indoors.

doormat Calloway Mills Topiary 24" x 36" coir doormat, $30,

the scoop on climbing ivy urns Exaco Imperial Urn 14"-tall plastic planter, $26,


Gorgeous, yes, but it’s only OK on brick and mortar that’s in good shape; otherwise, it can grow inside cracks and damage walls. And it’s not advisable for wood or stucco. Pros recommend trimming twice a year and redirecting tendrils away from windows, trim, and gutters.

BUILT IN: 1929 BOUGHT IN: 2013 SIZE: 1,328 sq. ft.

Multihued shingles boost the storybook look.

All wood elements were painted light gray to match the shade in the roof.

Cedar planters secured to the house are a cool twist on traditional flower boxes.

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COPPER ROOF ACCENTS were added by owners Tina and Danny Limes. “The finials and chimney caps draw out our home’s unique style,” Tina says. THAT’S THE ORIGINAL DOOR, 93 years young. Its aqua blue hue walks the line between classic and current. THE CONCRETE PORCH needed to stay small to suit the home’s scale. Tina and Danny had the old one repoured and extended to fit a pair of chairs. “We face a park,” she says, “so we like to sit and people-watch.”


in the planters by the door are popular landscaping elements—fluffy and low-maintenance.

finials Giada 31"-tall copper finial with roof mount, $329,

A monogram decal is a simple way to personalize a mailbox.

“CUTE” COTTAGE isn’t code for “too tiny” in this case. “Had I known how much I’d love living in a smaller home,” says Tina, “I would have downsized years ago!”

pillows mailbox and decal Adkinson 10 ½"W x 4 ½"D x 14 ½"H stainless steel mailbox in oilrubbed-bronze finish, $82,; Wreath Monogram 5"-diameter vinyl decal in white, from $7,

Teal Ikat 14" x 18" polyester outdoor pillow, $9,



HOUSE Pure White by Sherwin-Williams


are drought and coldweather-tolerant, and they minimize weeds.

DORMER + HEADER + ACCENTS Earl Grey by Sherwin-Williams

chairs by Sherwin-Williams

Hampton Bay Braxton Park steel patio chairs in black with cushions in stone gray, $349 for a set of 2,

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BUILT IN: 1939 BOUGHT IN: 2018 SIZE: 4,200 sq. ft.

Porthole windows come off as playful amidst all the angles.

The portico is oh-soCraftsman.

A giant planter animates an otherwise empty corner.

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A VARIETY OF SIDING (shingles and boardand-batten, installed during a reno, plus the




Olivia Star 13"-diameter iron pendant, $199,

Sea Serpent by Sherwin-Williams

the eclectic Craftsman architecture. CEDAR COLUMNS with flagstone bases create a focal point for the expansive exterior. Homeowners Emily and Joe Padalino stained them the same color as the doors and garage pergola; try Bison Brown by Benjamin Moore for a similar shade.

Simply White by Benjamin Moore

A JAPANESE MAPLE with dark red foliage is just as rich as the deep blue siding behind it.

planter Allen + Roth Geo 17 ½"- tall resin planter in teal, $25,


DOUBLE MAHOGANY DOORS have large panes that drench the living room with light, while privacy glass prevents peek-ins. PERGOLA-ESQUE TRIM over the right garage door and wood details on the one at left elevate them to the design level of the house. “Every time I drive up, they make me smile,” says Emily.

sconces John Timberlake Markham Textured 10 ½"-tall steel lights, $150 for a set of 2,

Pink SUNPATIENS in the beds bloom from spring to fall. Unlike impatiens, they’re happiest soaking up sunlight.

a brief history of flagstone Slip-resistant and durable, ranging from bluish gray to rust, flagstone is a go-to for outdoor steps and paths. The name is said to come from the Middle English word flagge (meaning turf ) and the Norse word flaga (meaning slab). HGTV Magazine 121

curb appeal

BUILT IN: 1943 BOUGHT IN: 2015 SIZE: 2,462 sq. ft.

Covering the dormer in shiplap-style cedar bumped up character.

Off-white siding and brownish black shutters are a softer take on black-and-white.

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A BRIGHT ORANGE DOOR painted by homeowners Susan and Russ Tunnell immediately modernized the traditional house. “The color has just the right amount of funkiness,” says Susan.


ROCKS AROUND THE PLANT BEDS form a retaining wall for soil and complement the more casual landscaping.

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A combo of annuals and perennials, including pinky red PACIFICA PUNCH VINCA in the planter and flower beds and tall yellow TRUMPETBUSH in the back of the beds, look wild in a good way.

Our roses stand the test of time. Whether it’s our best-selling Knock Out® Family of Roses or one of our new introductions, each bloom is sure to leave a lasting impression.


Allen + Roth 16"-tall mixedcomposite planter, $55,


QUOIN DETAIL to the left of the door—the stack of protruding bricks that resemble stone blocks (quoin means corner in French)—are sometimes used as reinforcement. Here, they’re just for looks.

A Tradition of Excellence


THE WINDOWS and shutters are new but blend into the 1940s home, with their chestnut-color trim and grids.

house numbers 3 ¼"-tall porcelain and steel house number set, $94,



‘Meifranjin’ PP 33,507

‘Korhesanwes’ PPAF

Compact groundcover rose. Double, pink flower clusters. Heavy blooming.

Extremely floriferous floribunda rose. Large, yellow and orange blooms. Glossy foliage.

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FRONT DOOR Cayenne by Sherwin-Williams

PINK SUNBLAZE® TRIM + SHUTTERS Deep Forest Brown by Sherwin-Williams

light Sea Gull Lighting Hunnington 14"tall aluminum light in weathered pewter finish, $205,

‘Meiyejoi’ PPAF Miniature rose with pink blooms and cuplike petals. Perfect for containers.

RUBY RED™ ‘Meizilena’ PP 33,653 Non-fading, dark red grandiflora rose. Green, glossy foliage. Very floriferous.

— FIND OUR ROSES — www. StarRoses and Plants . com

Stories that will spark appreciation for your own friendly ’hood— or a bunch of new traditions. AS TOLD TO ALYSSA LONGOBUCCO ILLUSTRATED BY MY TIEN PHAM

“I was pregnant during the heart of the pandemic in 2020 and a baby shower wasn’t going to happen, or so I thought. Out of the blue, I got called to come to the house across the street. Although it was pouring, a bunch of neighbors were there with soggy ‘Congratulations!’ signs hanging from their umbrellas and boxes of cupcakes tucked into their jackets. We sat under the shelter of the covered patio and had a blast. I can’t wait to tell my daughter about it someday.” —Emily Bunce, Astoria, NY

local flavor

“As a kid, I helped my dad plant a maple tree in our yard and I loved watching it grow. After I had a house of my own, I got a maple and a few fruit trees. One day I noticed a neighbor filling a bag with pears—we encouraged people to help themselves—and it gave me an idea. A group of us went knocking on doors, organizing to plant fruit trees. We’re up to more than 200 fruit trees and shrubs of all kinds, with the hope to keep growing every year.” —Laura Alexander, Decatur, GA

Neighborhood gatherings don’t get any better than our annual adult prom. Most recently, the dress code was tacky or classy. We voted for a prom king and queen, danced the night away to a DJ, and nobody had to spike the punch, because it already was!” —Dena Hill, Lexington, SC

“A neighbor who likes to travel became our kids’ postcard fairy! He started writing ones from his stash, leaving them in our mailbox weekly and yelling, ‘Check your mail!’ each time. He’d share personal stories about places and ask engaging questions, like how many chandeliers they could count in the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles. Sometimes one good neighbor can open up the world to a child.” —Dana Gottheim Childress, Washington, D.C.

Our neighbors are our miniature Bernedoodle’s second parents. When my fiancé and I came home from adopting Chubbs, we found an ‘It’s a boy!’ balloon tied to our front door. They bring over fresh-baked treats and even got him a cooling bandana for the summer. In return, Chubbs likes to show off his tricks to their son, especially when there are belly rubs involved.” —Nicole Antieri, Herndon, VA

“We live on a unicorn of a street where children are raised communally and a neighbor delivers a cocktail of your choice on your birthday. It’s also home to what we call ‘driveway dinners’— our equivalent of a pop-up restaurant. A family will let everyone know that they’re barbecuing and put out tables and chairs. Whoever’s around comes with sides, snacks, and drinks, and we hang for hours.” —Emily Ehlers, Des Moines, IA

“You know the book The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants? Our neighborhood is like The Sisterhood of The Traveling Sump Pump. During Hurricane Ida last August, a lot of houses near mine flooded. My family had a portable pump we inherited from a neighbor who’d moved away—it had been community property, and he gave it to me with that understanding. At around 2 a.m. I hauled it out of our garage and lugged it over to a basement that had 2 feet of water. For the next day, the pump got passed from house to house. It’s the ugliest most beautiful thing.” —Kristen Ryan, Maplewood, NJ

local flavor “I grew up in a neighborhood in which folks always looked out for each other, and it’s never stopped. After my dad passed away two years ago and my mom was diagnosed with cancer, our neighbors took it upon themselves to bring her meals and treats, shovel snow off her walkway, and drive her to appointments. Now that my mom has completed her treatments, we plan to throw a big BBQ as a thank-you.” —Joanna Ames, Portland, OR

“Every family on our block hosts a different holiday party. One handles Easter and Halloween, another covers New Year’s and replays a clip of the ball dropping for the younger kids who can’t stay up late. Our family is in charge of Valentine’s Day festivities, complete with sweets, crafts, games, and goodie bags. We’re glad to be known as the party neighborhood!” —Jen Ciappetta, Cortlandt Manor, NY

When a local gazebo was slated to be torn down, families were heartbroken—we all had fond memories of events and picnics there. To save it, the neighborhood dads banded together and spent every weekend for the next few months rebuilding it, over beers. We’re grateful that it’s back to being a lively gathering —Allison Karzenski, Tiverton, RI place. It definitely takes a village.”

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or two decades, Dana Smith made do with a miniscule kitchen in the Bellflower, CA, home she bought after her divorce. At just under 100 square feet, “it was barely large enough to cook in, let alone chop anything,” she says. Dana and her then 3-year-old son, Christopher, dined at a little table at first. “When he got bigger, it was more comfortable to eat on the living room couch.” Cut to 2020: After spending more time than ever cooking at home during the pandemic, she was raring to redo. Dana worked with designer Linda Hayslett to put an addition onto the house that nearly tripled the kitchen’s size. “I like having people hang out at the banquette while I cook,” says Dana. “Especially Christopher, when he visits—at last he can sprawl out!”

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1 CABINETRY The emerald green suggested by designer Linda was beyond Dana’s wildest dreams. “I’d always had cherrywood in mind—I had no idea I could love something bold,” she says. 2 LIGHTING Wall sconces by Rejuvenation with an oil-rubbedbronze finish match the black cabinet pulls and make for great task lighting when Dana’s whipping up favorites like gumbo and cauliflower tacos. 3 HOOD Covered to match the cabinets, its little doors hide the vent that extends outside. 4 BACKSPLASH Ceramic hex Artezen by Marazzi tiles installed vertically help the standard 8-foot-ceiling seem taller. They’re understated chic, so the cabinet color is the star.


5 FLOORS Pale engineered hardwood planks by Rivafloors contrast the cabinets. “It’s a lot of FOR SOURCES, SEE PAGE 141.

work to keep light floors clean,” says Dana, “But they’re beautiful, and it’s worth it!” 6 BASKETS Assorted ones in different sizes and similar tones from Amazon and Target bring texture to the wall. Linda first laid them out on the floor to decide on the configuration—ultimately, though, she wanted a perfectly imperfect arrangement. 7 BANQUETTE A custom L-shaped kind is so roomy and so inviting, says Dana, “that sometimes I just lie here and watch TV. It’s a vibe.” The flowery cushion fabric is by Pindler, and the patterned pillows are from Crane & Canopy. There’s storage beneath, which Dana uses as glorified junk drawers. 8 TABLE “After years of not getting to sit and eat at a table, I wanted a big one,” says Dana. This tulip number from Wayfair can seat 10.

in the kitchen sconce Cypress 9 ¾"-tall brass sconce in oil-rubbed-bronze finish, $319,

art Malt Shop by Megan Cassidy Carty 11" x 14" unframed print, $41,

bowl Sardegna 10 ¼"diameter stoneware bowl in blue, $73,

faucet Moen 5923EWSRS 22 ½"-tall metal faucet in stainless finish, $610.50,

table Tulip 28 ½"H x 43 ¼"diameter Carrara marble and cast-aluminum table in white, $1,574,

pillows From left: The Modern Artist 22" x 22" cotton and linen pillow, $115,; Mud Cloth 20" x 20" polyester pillow in amber, $25,; The Melon Tropics 22" x 22" cotton pillow, $115,

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baskets Modern Minimalist raffia and banana bark baskets in various sizes, from $26 each,

tiles Picket Mosaic 11 ½" x 12 ¾" ceramic tiles in white, $18 per sheet,

dutch oven 3-quart enamel-coated cast iron Dutch oven in cobalt blue, $120,

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rug Jonathan Adler Inkdrop 5' x 7' rug in lapis blue, $249,

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Chase the winter blahs away with warm, cheesy goodness.


Mini bowls, $38 for a mixed set of 4,

plate and napkin

Origo plate, $27,; for a similar look, try Blue and Green Abstract Brush Stroke napkins, $29 for a set of 2,

sweet potato, black bean, and spinach quesadillas RECIPE ON THE NEXT PAGE.


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Magnetic 3"diameter metal kitchen timer in blue, $18,

sauté pan

4.5-quart ceramic sauté pan in marigold, $135,


Everyday stainless steel and plastic chef’s knife in blue salt, $70,

dish towel

Linen dish towels in flora, $34 for a mixed set of 2,

sweet potato, black bean, and spinach quesadillas 2

small sweet potatoes, halved lengthwise 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 teaspoon ground cumin ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon ¼ teaspoon cayenne


14-ounce ceramic and metal cruet in grey aqua, $51,


15-ounce can black beans, rinsed 1 bunch spinach, thick stems discarded, leaves roughly chopped 4 medium tortillas 6 ounces monterey jack cheese, coarsely grated Lime wedges and salsa, for serving

1. Heat broiler. Line a large broiler-safe baking sheet with foil. Place the sweet potatoes on a plate, cut-side down, and microwave on high until tender, 5 to 7 minutes.

olive oil

Muraglia 8.45-ounce oil, $15,

2. Heat the oil and garlic in a large skillet over medium heat until the garlic just starts to sizzle. Stir in the cumin, cinnamon, and cayenne, and cook for 30 seconds. 3. Add the beans and ⅓ cup water and cook, tossing occasionally, until heated through, about 2 minutes. Add the spinach and cook, tossing until it just begins to wilt, about 1 minute; remove from heat. 4. Place the tortillas on the prepared baking sheet. Scoop the sweet potato from the skins and spread on one half of each tortilla. Top with the bean mixture and cheese, then fold over the tortillas to cover the filling (they will look overstuffed). Broil until the top is golden brown and the cheese has melted, about 2 minutes. Serve with lime wedges and salsa, if desired.

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paint index

page 17 Ravishing Red #2008-10 Benjamin Moore

page 38 Night Owl #SW7061 Sherwin-Williams

pages 79–81 Balboa Mist #OC-27 Benjamin Moore

page 89 Forget-Me-Not #SW6824 Sherwin-Williams

page 112 Jalapeño Pepper #2147-30 Benjamin Moore

pages 118–119 Festoon Aqua #SW0019 Sherwin-Williams

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page 18 Juicy Peach #2001-6A Valspar

page 18 Vine Leaf N400-7 Behr

page 37 Courtyard #SW6440 Sherwin-Williams

pages 78–87 White Dove #OC-17 Benjamin Moore

page 14 Alchemist #HGSW1222 HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams

page 13 Green Onyx #SW9128 Sherwin-Williams

cover, page 87 Absolute Green #2043-10 Benjamin Moore

page 40 Brittany Blue #M510-4 Behr

pages 82, 84–86, 90–100 Decorator’s White #OC-149 Benjamin Moore

pages 80–81 Casco Bay #2051-30 Benjamin Moore

pages 105–113, 118–119 Pure White #SW7005 Sherwin-Williams

page 105 Helio Prism #1003-4C Valspar

page 113 Talipot Palm #SW6726 Sherwin-Williams

page 30 Calamine #230 Farrow & Ball

page 113 Decisive Yellow #SW6902 Sherwin-Williams

pages 120–121 Sea Serpent #SW7615 Sherwin-Williams

pages 116–117 Angelic #SW6602 Sherwin-Williams

pages 120–121 Simply White #OC-117 Benjamin Moore

page 15 Brinjal #222 Farrow & Ball

pages 14–15 Kendall Charcoal #HC-166 Benjamin Moore

page 30 Odessa Pink #HC-59 Benjamin Moore

page 16 Ferrous #MQ4-37 Behr

page 32 Resounding Rose #SW6318 Sherwin-Williams

page 52 Iron Ore #SW7069 Sherwin-Williams

page 50 Hague Blue #30 Farrow & Ball

page 83 Classic Gray #OC-23 Benjamin Moore

pages 106–107, 111–113, 122–123 Alabaster #SW7008 Sherwin-Williams

page 32 Just Peachy #2173-60 Benjamin Moore

page 52 Lemon Meringue #SW7561 Sherwin-Williams

page 86 Silver Satin #856 Benjamin Moore

pages 108–109 Tricorn Black #SW6258 Sherwin-Williams

pages 116–117 Boreal Forest #AF-480 Benjamin Moore

pages 122–123 Cayenne #SW6881 Sherwin-Williams

pages 16–17 Jay Portola

pages 122–123 Deep Forest Brown #SW9175 Sherwin-Williams

pages 78–79 Downpour Blue #2063-20 Benjamin Moore

page 87 Portland Gray #2109-60 Benjamin Moore

page 110 Perfection #7001-12 Valspar

pages 116–117 Bitter Sage #N390-4 Behr

page 111 Aubusson Blue Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

pages 118–119 Earl Grey #SW7660 Sherwin-Williams

pages 129, 131 Frostine #AF-5 Benjamin Moore

pages 129–131 Pine Haven #DE5713 Dunn-Edwards

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cover INTERIOR DESIGN @danaschwartzdesign. WALLPAPER Karma wallpaper, for buying info. SCONCES Kelly Wearstler Covet 4 ¼"-wide sconces in antiqueburnished-brass finish, MIRROR Minimalist Wrapped 36"-diameter metal mirror in brass finish, VANITY custom, VANITY HARDWARE Grafton metal pulls, HAND TOWELS Monroe towels in Sudan brown checker and orchid metal, TISSUE BOX COVER Latitude Run Currahee resin tissue box cover in lilac, VASE Modern Heirloom 8"-tall ceramic vase in lilac, TRAY Coral & Bone 7" x 11" wood and bone inlay tray,

genius flair everywhere All Glammed Up, pages 78–89 INTERIOR DESIGN @danaschwartzdesign. BUILD Distinctive Building Group, Living Room CEILING LIGHT Arteriors Roxanne 35"-diameter steel light in antique brass finish, WALLCOVERING (on

ceiling) Japura Otishi wallcovering in Indian green, romo .com for buying info. DRAPERY Chivasso Marmo linen and polyamide drapes, for buying info. DRAPERY FABRICATOR Everett Design Inc., SHADES SCONCES ED Ellen DeGeneres Jane 7"-wide steel sconces in burnished-brass finish, ART Amber Goldhammer, SOFA 3253-03 92"-wide sofa in vintage gold, for buying info. SOFA FABRIC Curtis polyester-blend fabric in carbon blue, BENCH custom. OTTOMANS custom, OTTOMAN FABRIC Aqua Velvet III velvet fabric in deep water, CHAIR Perla Swivel acrylic chair, for buying info. CHAIR FABRIC S. Harris Brushstroke velvet fabric in Maldive, SIDE TABLE Thaddeus 24"H x 12"-diameter marble and metal table in forged-brass finish, COFFEE TABLE Chin Hua Ordos 60"W x 30"D x 15 ½"H acrylic, maple, and veneer table, RUG Creekside wool and polyester rug in natural, Kitchen PENDANTS Aerin Sarnen 15 ¼"-diameter metal and glass pendant in gild finish, SHADES SHADE FABRIC SHADE FABRICATOR Leang’s Interiors & Distributors, Beltsville, MD. RANGE HOOD custom, BACKSPLASH TILES Mallorca 2" x 8" ceramic tile in grey, APPLIANCES CABINETRY AND ISLAND custom, COUNTER STOOLS Delta 24"-tall aluminum stools in brass finish, CABINET HARDWARE Top Knobs TK855HB Devon 7 ¾"wide zinc, VASE RUG Claystone Onyx 2' x 3' Indian cotton, WALLPAPER Osborne & Little Deya Valldemossa 01 wallpaper, ladesign CHANDELIER Arteriors Tilda 36"-diameter wood and iron chandelier in white, TABLE Carlyle 30"H x 54"-diameter wood and veneer table in peninsula, CHAIRS TRAY Main Bedroom CHANDELIER Bohemia 27 ½"-diameter metal and wood chandelier, WALLPAPER Nuvola wallpaper in gold/shell, harlequin.sanderson for buying info. DRAPERY FABRIC Catherine Martin by Mokum Majorelle Metallique polyester-blend fabric in pewter, for buying info. DRAPERY FABRICATOR Everett Design Inc., SCONCES Frankfort Articulating 5 ½"-wide metal sconces in black and brass finish, BED custom, HEADBOARD FABRIC Great Plains Birds of a Feather velvet fabric in sepia, BEDDING Lowell king cotton percale duvet and shams in black, LUMBAR PILLOW Embroidered Metallic Blocks 12" x 46" cotton jute pillow cover, NIGHTSTANDS Bungalow 5 Astor 30"W x 18"D x 29"H lacquer and grasscloth nightstands in black, BENCH Barbana 58"W x 18"D x 22"H iron bench in ocelot, arteriorshome .com. RUG Beechurst wool and poly silk rug in taupe mix, Playroom CHANDELIER Sphere + Stem 36"-diameter brass and milk glass chandelier, westelm .com. WALLPAPER El Quijote by Chris Benz wallpaper in multi, SOFA

for buying info. PILLOWS (from left) Pompidou Loops 20" x 20" satin and linen pillows,; Bargello Twist 12" x 16" wool pillows,; Quelle Surprise! 20" x 20" cotton pillow, LAMP Ocean Palm 68"-tall steel lamp, STORAGE SYSTEM Callum Modular wood and MDF storage system in simply white and weathered white, TABLE Plank 72"W x 36"D x 30"H wood table in white wash ash, ART ZAP! by Andy Blank 24" x 24" framed print, RUG Hanna wool and polyester rug in blue dolphin, Keira’s Bedroom CEILING LIGHT Josie 18"-diameter crystal and wire flushmount light in antiqued brass finish, WALLPAPER Mariposa wallpaper in Perroquet, designers for buying info. BED Cecily Canopy full linen and metal bed in antiqued brass finish, BEDDING (duvet) Luster full velvet duvet in vintage violet, rhteen .com; (striped sheets); (fitted sheet and shams) Company full cotton sheet and standard shams in lavender, PILLOWS for stores. NIGHTSTANDS Penelope 23 ½"H x 18"-diameter marble and wood nightstands in acorn, LAMPS Bathroom SHADES SHADE FABRIC Great Plains Electrified Trevira and polyester fabric in lightning, SHADE FABRICATOR Everett Design Inc., WALLPAPER Karma wallpaper, for buying info. SCONCES Kelly Wearstler Covet 4 ¼"-wide sconces in antique-burnished-brass finish, MIRROR Minimalist Wrapped 36"-diameter metal mirror in brass finish, VANITY custom, VANITY HARDWARE Grafton metal pulls, HAND TOWEL Monroe 18" x 36" towel in Sudan brown checker, SOAP DISPENSER Hollywood 7 ¾"-tall acrylic soap dispenser in blue, TISSUE BOX COVER Latitude Run Currahee resin tissue box cover in lilac, CANISTER Luna polished brass 8"H x 5 ½"-diameter canister, TRAY Hollywood 5 ½" x 11" acrylic tray in blue, STOOL Playboy 14 ¾"W x 14 ¾"D x 17 ½"H velvet and wood stool in purple, wayfair .com. TUB Victoria + Albert Cheshire limestone tub in blue lilac, for buying info. TUB FAUCET T4797-CZFL-LHP 42 ½"-tall metal faucet, BATHMAT

Chilled Out, pages 90–103 INTERIOR DESIGN Jaime Willey, ARCHITECTURE Liam Winters. Kitchen PENDANTS SCONCES Tilt Cone 5"-wide brass sconces in matte black finish, COUNTER STOOLS Contemporary Klismos 27 ½"-tall oak and upholstery stools in brushed black finish, BRASS VASE COLANDER BLACK BOWL SGJ 11"-diameter ash and stainless steel bowl, BASKET (on island) Kazi Tofali 7"W x 12"D x 2 ½"H sisal and sweetgrass basket, RUGS Idee-home Boho 2' x 6' cotton-blend rugs in black, Breakfast Area SCONCES Tilt Cone 5"-wide brass sconces in matte black, PENDANT shophouseofnomad .com. WALL TILES TABLE custom. VASE Duo 10"-diameter glass and stainless steel vase, georgjensen .com. BANQUETTE FABRIC custom, SQUARE PILLOW Leah Singh Marianne 22" x 22" wool pillow, CHAIRS Holland wood and cord chairs in black, Entry PENDANT FRONT DOOR sierrapacificwindows .com. BARN DOOR SIDE TABLE RUG Nuloom Raleigh jute and wool rug, Living Room ART for buying info. PENDANT MIRROR Ferm Living Pond 43 ½"H x 25"W chrome-plated-zinc mirror, burkedecor .com. SOFA BLANKET Moon Geometric Motif 51" x 87" cotton blanket in black, PILLOWS (on chair) Giacometti Brush Strokes 13" x 22" polyester pillow,; (color-block stripes) Bloom & Give Michelle 20" x 20" cotton pillow, madetrade .com; (dots) Amlapura 18" x 24" acrylic pillows in graphite, CHAIR Haven chair, MEDIA CABINET CONSOLE COFFEE TABLE BD Studio Corbett 15"H x 35"-diameter marble and aluminum table, SIDE TABLE RUG Moroccan Cross wool rug in ivory, Main Bedroom ART (face); (modern) CURTAINS LAMPS BED PILLOWS (shams) Koti Pom Pom king cotton shams, cb2 .com; (black) Antwerp 23 ¾" x 23 ¾" linen and rayon pillows,; (hands) Verona 23 ¾" x 23 ¾" linen and rayon pillow, BLANKET Hydrus king cotton, acrylic, and poly-blend blanket, SIDE

TABLES Bailey Modern Classic 24 ¼"W x 19"D x 24 ½"H resin table, CLOCK HK 4"-diameter stainless steel clock, RUG allmodern .com. Bathroom PENDANT The Souk at Maisonette, WALLPAPER Shayka wallpaper in dusk, MIRROR FAUCET brizo .com for buying info. COUNTERTOP custom, Whitegate Millworks LLC. CANISTERS Stash 4 ½"H x 3"-diameter leather and ceramic canisters, BASKET Ombre Amelia 23 ¾"H x 17 ½"-diameter seagrass and recycled plastic basket, Game Room CEILING LIGHT for buying info. MOBILE TAPESTRY Purchased in Australia. FOOSBALL TABLE CHAIRS (rattan); (beanbag) Longshore Tides polyester beanbag chair in black and cream, PILLOW for stores. SIDE TABLE for stores. LAMPS; (shades) RUG magnolia .com. Nina’s Bedroom CEILING LIGHT ART (above bed) Bondi Icebergs Beach by Seascape Prints unframed print, and Tamarama by Seascape Prints unframed print, both; (above desk) Purchased in Barcelona. FLAG War is Dumb 39 ½" x 39 ½" cotton canvas flag in peach, BED Costa Lounge Corner full wood and MDF bed in weathered white finish, BEDDING Roxy x Pottery Barn Teen, LUMBAR PILLOW SIDE TABLE for stores. WALL DECALS DESK Porch LANTERNS (hanging); (hurricane) Chinese & Bell wood, jute, and glass lantern set (the tallest is 10"-tall), LOUNGE FURNITURE PILLOWS WHITE PLANTERS San Miren polyethylene planters in various sizes in white, frontgate .com. DINING TABLE DINING CHAIRS Lucinda powder-coated iron chairs in black, BASKET Harper 14 ½"H x 18 ¾"-diameter banana leaf and cotton basket, TOWELS Iris 37" x 69" Turkish cotton towels in black and green, RUG

Fabulously Customized, pages 104-115 HOMEOWNER’S SHOP Porch SWING PLANTER PILLOW Succulents Roses Pink Chinoiserie polyester pillow, RUG Dash & Albert Bright Stripe polypropylene rug, Entry WALLPAPER ART (on staircase wall) Raegan Conklin; (near settee) Lovely Day by Carrie Schmitt unframed print, shop.carrie SETTEE AND FABRIC vintage. PILLOWS (yellow); (bird print) Cockatiel polyester pillow, Living Room ART shop.carrie CANDLEHOLDERS VASE A Sunday Painter Layla 11"-tall stoneware vase in green, CHAIRS vintage. CHAIR FABRIC LOVESEAT FABRIC Clarke & Clarke Lynx velvet fabric in coral, TABLES Maxwell Nesting glass and stainless steel tables (the largest is 18"H x 41 ½" diameter), BLUE PILLOW Durant 16" x 32" velvet pillow in spruce and mineral, POUF 13"H x 20"-diameter velvet pouf in blue, RUG manhattan Studio CHANDELIER vintage. WALLPAPER Kim Parker for Clarke & Clarke, for buying info. FLOORING Kitchen CHANDELIER CLOCK Brushed White Cutout Flourish 19 ¾"-diameter plastic clock, WINDOW SHADES CHAIRS Spring Collection, SETTEE vintage. PINK SETTEE FABRIC Kravet Arta linen fabric in raspberry, PILLOWS (floral); (velvet) TABLE vintage. WALLPAPER House of Hackney Artemis wallpaper in Amaranth pink, APPLIANCES COFFEEMAKER for buying info. BOWL The Pioneer Woman Flea Market 10 ½"-diameter stoneware bowl, Bathroom CHANDELIER FOOTSTOOL vintage. FOOTSTOOL FABRIC shop.carrie Main Bedroom SHADES smithand JUJU HAT purchased in Africa. BED bombay for buying info. STRIPED BLANKET Bright Stripe 60" x 70" cotton and acrylic blanket in multi, PILLOWS (floral and striped) for buying info; (blue geometric) Bargello Infinity 22" x 22" wool pillow, NIGHTSTANDS vintage. LAMPS hobby BENCH FABRIC Buti cotton fabric in pink, molly RUG Casar cotton, wool, and polyester rug, Guest Bedroom ART Raegan Conklin. BED Leirvik powder-coated-steel bed, BEDDING BLANKET NIGHTSTAND

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sources LAMP vintage. CHAIRS (green) vintage; (pink) Second Guest Bedroom ART vintage. BEDDING Johanna queen cotton quilt and standard shams in white multi, PILLOWS LAMP crafted, for stores. NIGHTSTAND vintage. DESK vintage. CHAIR RUG

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SVP, Group Publishing Director

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DESIGN AND BUILD Linda Hayslett, WINDOW SHADE FABRIC Schumacher Faux Bois linen fabric in platinum, SCONCES

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easter bunny bookshelf buddy Geometric Bunny figurine, $20,

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