Author: Marlene Ridgway

A Spark in the Kitchen

Traditionally based on necessity and overlooked in terms of style, the kitchen is now a bastion of design trends. Classic, neutral hues and smooth surfaces are a thing of the past. Those craving a spark of life will love these unique products designed by experts and industry favorites that seamlessly weave function with design.

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Wallpaper that Will Stick Around

Historically, wallpaper was a long-term decor commitment; it was difficult to remove. The process involved steam and scrapping, which could be a headache. However, wallpaper and wall murals have been revolutionized by technology and easier application over the years. With continuing popularity, Sandberg Wallpaper has released several prints that are bound to stun.

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Distinct Dinnerware From a Unique Couple

The way we display our food has become a delicate form of art, from intricately drizzled sauces to the dishes on which they are served. Cristina Vezzini and Stan Chen are making elegance easy with their stunning dinnerware collection. Vezzini & Chen is a combination of hand-carved ceramics and hand-blown glass, which gives each piece a unique touch.

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One Year After Hurricane Harvey, Port Aransas is Bigger and Better

It’s already been a year since Hurricane Harvey rocked its way through The Lone Star state. But the one year anniversary, August 25, is only another packed weekend of summer festivities in Port Aransas on Mustang Island, known as “Port A” by the locals. From the food, fishing, and fun, it’s clear that Harvey was no match for this Texas beach town.

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Captivating Copper

Copper’s versatility is why you should incorporate it into your decor this year. The range of shades, from pale soft tones to rich and deep copper allows for designers to work with a material and color that is complex. Silver and gold are classic, but copper is an exciting touch of diversity amongst tradition.

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