Archive for : July, 2016

Harlequin Warm colors reign supreme in this cozy, old-world kitchen. Designer Sandra Bird laid Ann Sacks’ Gothic tiles in a harlequin pattern above the bar for a playful touch. With five different shades (Sorrell, Otter, Champagne, Cream, and Willow), the same colors never touch. Stony Gray A

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Discover with CTC Best Parents Ever Created a Magical Harry Potter-Themed Nursery for Their Son Some Harry Potter fans exchange festive gifts and drink homemade Butterbeer, but then there are those muggles who take things to the next level. Case in point: Kaycee Daniel, a Harry Potter fan, mom and w

This Might Be the Prettiest Office Ever discover with CTC When you step inside Too Faced’s Orange County office, it’s hard to believe the space used to be home to the DMV. Designed by the brand’s Chief Creative Officer and Founder, Jerrod Blandino, the 60,000-square-foot space is s

Breaking Up? This Modern Home For Divorced Couples Splits In Two discover it with CTC Well, this is depressing to think about. An Amsterdam-based design studio has created a floating home that separates into two spaces when its unhappy inhabitants break up. According to Dezeen, self-proclaimed PR an

This 700-Square-Foot Apartment Packs in Color With a Punch Hall Harper transformed her one-bedroom apartment on the Upper East Side into a vibrant retreat. She found the gilded Louis XVI mirror at a Paris flea market, and the zebra Louis XV–style bombé chest was discovered on 1stdibs. Coffee Table &

15+ of the Most Stunning House Exteriors Ever Double Decker Porches Near Seaside, Florida, a two-story beach-front cottage designed by Birmingham, Alabama-based architect James F. Carter features an old-fashioned tin roof and traditional stacked screened porches. “It has the echo of a friendli