Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Tips for Mixing and Matching Fabrics in your Home

Putting your own personal stamp on the decor in your home can sometimes seem a bit tricky. There are so many interior design techniques to choose from that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. When it’s time to throw fabrics into the mix, there are a number of tips you can follow that will make the process easier. Here are a few tips to help you with mixing and matching fabrics in your home. Read More

Tudor Style Homes

Living in Luxury: Tudor Style Homes

Tudor-style homes, characterized by steeply pitched gable roofs, dormer windows, large masonry chimneys, and exposed wood framework, present a grand facade with sophisticated details. Thick masonry walls create an arched opening with depth and overhead protection for a recessed entrance with a beautiful front door in rich wood or intricate glass patterns. Roofs typically include massive stone or brick chimneys capped with elaborate chimney pots, as well as side gables and dormer windows that let in a lot of natural light. Read More

Tuscan mediterranean Home

Mediterranean Style Design Ideas

Mediterranean-style homes reflect the warm, welcoming lifestyles found in Greece, Italy, France, Spain and other sun-drenched countries along the Mediterranean Sea. They capture artistic influences of different cultures that range from graceful to flamboyant. Design elements such as red tile roofs, arched doorways, stucco walls, and enclosed outdoor spaces are what you’ll typically find in that region of the world.

What features would you include in your own Mediterranean style home? Here are some ideas to consider.

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