Selecting The Perfect Backsplash

AhA !nteriors | Statuario Maximus I always get so excited when designing a kitchen because there are so many fun elements that are packed into a kitchen design. One of those elements is the backsplash- a backsplash can easily add texture and color to any kitchen. Today I’m going to be sharing with you four  Continue Reading »

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How To Create A Vertical Garden Design

A growing trend (no pun intended) are vertical planters! They’re a smart and beautiful way to enhance sides of buildings in urban spaces, decorate lobbies of hotels or office buildings, or even help to decorate a feature wall in your home. They’re also being used in restaurants to serve a dual purpose of wall decor  Continue Reading »

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New Life For A Brooklyn Retail Landmark

Reimagined by GreenbergFarrow Architecture for developer United American Land, The Offerman House is a unique luxury loft rental community located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn.  Constructed in 1893, the building is considered a prime example of Romanesque Revival architecture.  The landmarked historic facades on Fulton and Duffield Streets are clad with limestone, buff colored  Continue Reading »

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This Old House Reveal

Every year, This Old House partners with their favorite home-improvement brands to create the ultimate “Idea House”. This year’s location: a beach house in East Matunuck in South Kingston, Rhode Island. The goal was to create an inspirational coastal home complete with smart-home tech, weather-resistant, and energy-efficient materials. As a multigenerational home, the Beach House  Continue Reading »

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Chic Halloween Decor

If you are one of those that loved Halloween but doesn’t necessarily love decorating for it, then this post is for you! Hi there, its Sara from Twelve On Main.  I love Halloween, especially since I had children of my own.  It has brought a whole new excitement to the holiday.  But…..I love to keep  Continue Reading »

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Entryway Organization

It’s the time of year that we’re starting to layer up for chilly temperatures… scarves, boots, and hats- the whole nine yards. I personally love this season and the wardrobe that comes with it, but living in a small house has it’s challenges during the fall and winter months. Click through for my favorite entryway  Continue Reading »

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Song Of Style’s Office Kitchen Reveal

Imagine starting a blog from the comfort of your bed then expanding it into a business in just a few years. Sounds like a dream right? This dream became a reality for fashion blogger and interior designer Aimee Song. She now runs her blog, Song of Style, from the comfort of her office, which happens  Continue Reading »

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Mid-Century Modern- Designed Then. Relevant Now.

Today more than ever, mid-century modern design is everywhere. It is a term that describes mid-20th century developments in interior design, product, graphic design, architecture and urban development from roughly 1933 to 1965. Most of the designs of mid-century had gone out of fashion by the late 60s, but in the early to mid-eighties, interest  Continue Reading »

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Brittany Pigorini’s House Reveal

When my husband and I purchased our first house together, we didn’t realize quite how much work we’d signed ourselves up for. After six months of house hunting, I opened the front door to our current home and knew that it had the potential to be everything we had dreamed of. I looked beyond the  Continue Reading »

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A Kitchen Set Straight

What do you do when you have a nonsensical kitchen in the Chelsea apartment you just purchased? Enlist the help of Sweeten, the free New York City-based renovation service that matches homeowners with general contractors! Before Meredith and Jason’s kitchen was light and bright, it comprised of dark mahogany cabinets that blocked the window, a  Continue Reading »

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