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60+ Fabulous Designer Foyers with CTC Matching Trim Wanting to do something dramatic and glamorous in an apartment’s entryway, Mark D. Sikes extended Schumacher’s silk Bernal Braid trim from the linen-covered custom sofa onto the walls. The mirror and garden stools are from John Rosselli

15 Cozy Fall Decorating Ideas with CTC Swap in Seasonal Greenery A bunch of magnolia leaves adds a fresh note to a muted living room by Cameron Schwabenton. The branches pick up warm colors of the space, including a reclaimed-wood mantel. Build up the Fire A classic log house in the Colorado Rockies

This Insanely Extravagant Dorm Room Is Nicer Than Your Bedroom The average college freshman’s dorm room consists of a carpet of unwashed clothing, some empty ramen packets, and a few classic movie posters peeling off the wall. But when incoming freshmen Lindy Goodson and Abby Bozeman decided t

Many Stylish Kitchen Countertop Ideas You’ll Love with CTC Modern Wood This sunny Aspen kitchen, designed by Ann Wolf, showcases a blend of wood tones. The island countertop is iroko wood, with remaining countertops in a granite called Verde Eucalyptus. Half-and-Half Carole Lalli, former edito

The Secret to Making a No-Light Space Look Bright Fake natural sunlight with the same tricks designer Mark D. Sikes used in this Park Avenue apartment. The best antidote to the all-day gray of Manhattan’s concrete and steel: A playful Park Avenue apartment that Los Angeles designer Mark D. Sik

11 One Room Challenge Trends to Try At Home Including a happy color that might up its value. Every season, the founder of the One Room Challenge, Linda Weinstein, is left in awe of the bloggers who take on the task of making over a room in six short weeks — and the 10th season was no exception. In f

The One Room Challenge bloggers tackled some heavy-duty construction this week If you don’t have your hammer and toolbox out, you’re going to want to grab them after seeing what the bloggers conquered during week four of the One Room Challenge. They were all about do-it-yourself wainscot

CTC Favorite Moments in Kitchen Innovation From the Past 120 Years Ever wonder who invented the blender or how the very first TV dinner came to be? We did too. So we did a little digging and identified 19 seminal kitchen advancements over the past 120 years, from the advent of House Beautiful to thi

CTC Presents Ways to Make Your Entire Home Feel Brighter with little tips Pastel Colors Subtle tones have a tranquil and uplifting quality. Shades of blue and green, which often reflect nature, are especially well-suited to areas where you need to relax. Here, a vase of contrasting pink blooms adds

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