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A New Kitchen, and Baby, On The Way!

Looking for an apartment in New York is not a simple task. Picking a neighborhood, finding the right layout, bidding wars, the list can go on! It gets increasingly difficult when the buyers have a baby on the way. Here is a tale of two families navigating the apartment search and renovation with the help  Continue Reading »

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Designer Spotlight | Kitchen Studio of Monterey Peninsula

Do you see that shine? Maybe it’s from our Dreamy Marfil countertops, or the All Satin Nickle hardware and scratch resistant Silver Metallic edge banding? Either way, this kitchen shines from every angle! Bring your kitchen to life with interior design firm Kitchen Studio of Monterey Peninsula, known for breaking the mold when designing and  Continue Reading »

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Design Spotlight | Wood-Mode Fine Cabinetry

  We’re here with Wood-Mode Fine Cabinetry, which has been providing custom cabinetry for over 75 years! Elegance, craftsmanship, and quality combine in the detailed cabinetry of each of these kitchens. Wood-Mode has kept the same hands-on approach as they did in 1942, only now they have a team of three generations of highly skilled  Continue Reading »

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How to Style Your Shelves Like an Expert

Hey there, its Sara from Twelve On Main.  I am back today with one of my most favorite subjects:  Styling Shelves. Styling any kind of shelf can be a daunting task.  Did I add too much?  Is there not enough?  Does everything coordinate and make sense? It can be common to over style shelves as  Continue Reading »

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Designer Spotlight | Fay’s Fine Cabinetry

That’s some fine cabinetry, if we do say so ourselves! Fay’s Fine Cabinetry has been creating quality cabinetry in Nashua, New Hampshire since 1992. The company was purchased by Laurie and Dave Grebowski in 2013 with the plan of maintaining Fay’s legacy while also incorporating the personal style of their clients. Their focus: maximize the  Continue Reading »

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Designer Spotlight | JMorris Design

We’re hopping on over to the East Coast! New York Brownstones to be exact! JMorris Design is an interior design studio based in historic landmark Park Slope, Brooklyn led by principal Jennifer J. Morris. JMorris Design specializes in creating signature spaces with clean lines and stunning decorative personality. We begin with a 100-year old Brownstone  Continue Reading »

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House Tour | k YODER design

Today we take a trip to Gladwyne, Pennsylvania to a midcentury-modern home built by one of Philadelphia’s most notable architects Vincent G. Kling. The Smith Residence was built in 1959 and put for sale in 2013 as a teardown on a large, tree-lined property. Along came k YODER design, a leading architecture and interiors firm  Continue Reading »

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Roundup : Etageres & Shelving

I’m in the beginning stages of thinking about my office design and with that comes functional shelving and storage. Since we’ve been installing amazing customs closets behind closed storage, I can have wayyy more fun with open storage! I’ve been browsing the internet for beautiful etageres that will work in the space. Click through to see what  Continue Reading »

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How To Design A Kid-Friendly Bathroom

Photo by Laura U– Caesarstone Concrete countertop Time to have some fun in your child’s bathroom! Don’t be mistaken, yes your master bathroom is important, but so is every bathroom in your house, including your children’s bathroom! I have some fun tips to share with you on how to make a kids bathroom of your and your  Continue Reading »

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Avocado Rollups for St. Patrick’s Day by Wanna Bite

Healthy and delicious don’t always go hand in hand, but with the luck of the Irish we found a recipe that is both! These avocado rollups are easy to whip up for last minute parties or make in bulk. How are you celebrating St. Patrick’s Day? Ingredients: 2-3 Cucumbers 2-3 Avocados ½ bunch of Cilantro  Continue Reading »

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