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Each week, Living Space tackles interior design challenges every homeowner can relate to. Creator Kathryn Weber believes that our homes are the foundation of our lives — and that they should make life better, more comfortable and attractive, helping the homeowner be more productive and happier.
In her witty, no-nonsense style, Weber gives practical advice not just on decorating but also on organization, de-cluttering, DIY projects and options for green living, always relating her advice to fundamental principles of design. A color photo moves with each column.
Living Space Samples
A lot of homes have a common problem: Their exterior light fixtures are worn and faded. THE CULPRITS. Outdoor fixtures suffer a constant beating from sunlight, cold, heat, ice, snow, wind and rain.
Color plays a pivotal role in feng shui, sometimes called the Chinese art of placement. You can use these guidelines when doing something as simple as selecting a comforter color so it has exactly the kind of feng shui "wealth" you seek.
Let's face it, sometimes it's flat out impossible to clean your house. Finding good help can be a challenge in itself, ranging from locating someone trustworthy to making sure the cleaning person does a good job.
There's a love-hate relationship going on in the bathroom today -- all over a little rug. THE CASE AGAINST. Interior designers are decidedly negative about toilet contour rugs.
Buying a sofa can mean a big investment, so before you head out to shop, consider these tips so you not only get a bargain, but a good buy. 1. Take measurements. 2. Photograph your room and bring the picture with you as you shop.
In the not so distant past, Asia seemed a world away. Although Chinoiserie style refers to Asia, and China, more specifically, the name "Chinois" is the French term for decor that incorporates Asian accents and designs. BOLD AND DYNAMIC.
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