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interior design
powerview Motorization by Hunter Douglas

Window Treatment Wednesday: Powerview EarnsInterior Design’s Technolology Award

We’ve been raving about the PowerView Motorization System ever since Hunter Douglas unveiled the system last July. And a major design magazine agrees. PowerView recently earned Interior Design’s Best of Year Award for Technology. Interior Design’s Best of Year ceremony was held at legendary architect Frank Gehry’s IAC Building in New York, where 975 designers, architects, and manufacturers...
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Walls painted On Bosque from Magnolia

How to Warm up Your Home Without Using Heat

It’s already January, yet the winter weather has been pretty easy on those of us living in the Twin Cities.  Still, we’re bound to have plenty of cold weather ahead. Warm up your room and make it cozier without turning up the thermostat with these easy tips and tricks. Paint your room a warm color....
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Pine Cone Hill patterns Design pattern

Friday Finds: Don’t Make These Interior Design Mistakes

Design inspiration is everywhere. Watch TV, read this blog, or pick through Pinterest, and you’ll find plenty of  exciting design ideas. But sometimes that’s a problem. How you put them together is where you really make the magic — or make a mess. So, in the spirit of “putting it all together,” our Hirshfield’s professionals put together...
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Fall themed home decor

Friday Finds: Incorporating Fall Colors Into Your Décor – Inside and Out

October is here, and with the changing leaves comes decorating your home with warm, welcoming fall colors. This décor creates a cozy, inviting feel for guests, friends, and family for the upcoming months, not to mention Thanksgiving. Here are a few ways to make your own appealing getaway from the crisp fall air.
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kitchen remodel

Real Kitchen Remodel: Connecting Colors, Cabinets and Window Treatments

Our family recently bit the bullet, threw our lives into turmoil, underwent a kitchen remodel, and updated paint color in two rooms. In determining the new colors, we took into consideration 4 features of our home.
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decorating with black and white

Using the Color of Contrast

Decorating with Black and White Color is such an important part of design that we sometimes forget the power of simple contrasts. Black and white is a classic design theme that refuses to go away, even in a world dominated by a full spectrum of color choices. The simplicity of black and white belies its...
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{wallcovering wednesday: brewster wallcovering app}

Brewster Home Fashions Wallpaper Finder “Discover the new way to shop wallpaper for every room in your home.” – Brewster Interior Wallpaper Finder – by Brewster Home Fashions Offering seemingly endless possibilities and eye-candy galore, this is a must-download app to play around with when decorating your home. The pre-determined categories include: Brands – Find the ‘usual...
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{wallpaper solutions for your home}

Wallcovering Wednesday: Fabric-Backed Vinyl Wallpaper Fabric backed vinyl wallpaper is a great solution to many common wallcovering problems. This wallpaper has durable fabric backing and a vinyl surface, which makes it almost invincible. They’re a superhero against dings, scratching, stains and standard wear and tear without being damaged. The benefits of fabric-backed vinyl are virtually...
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beachy bathroom with Benjamin Moore Paint

Spring Break Paint Inspirations

Paint Colors Inspired by Spring Break It’s spring break season, and if my Facebook friends are any indication, throngs of Midwesterners are heading south to warmer climates and sandy beaches. When you’re at the seashore, it’s wonderful to get away from the hustle and bustle of dreary, blah, cold life here in the Midwest. The...
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Basketball themed bedroom

Friday Finds: Basketball Themed Decor

March Madness College basketball fans love their teams, and March Madness can get intense. A friend of mine scheduled surgery at its onset so he could recover while watching the games. I read an article claiming that lost worker productivity costs companies $1.7 billion during March Madness—although that statistic’s validity has been debated. Either way,...
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