Caesarstone Takes Over Traditional Home’s Instagram

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This week, we’re thrilled to take over Traditional Home’s Instagram to celebrate our newest Spring color collection! Meet White Attica, a new surface inspired by classic natural marble. The blue backsplash is particularly unique and complements the intricate veining on the island. Color: Pure White | Designer: Niche Interiors Featuring color isn’t always as bold  Continue Reading »

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House Tour | k YODER design

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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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How to Shop Your Home

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It’s easy to feel stuck or a little too comfortable when it comes to your surroundings. You’ve probably heard me stress the importance of seasonal updates, but sometimes it’s nice to switch things up as needed- no matter the season. The easiest way to update a space is by shopping your own home. This is a concept  Continue Reading »

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Exploring Mario Batali’s Restaurants

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We’re foodies. We admit it. Not ashamed. So of course, we are fans of Mario Batali, famous chef, restaurateur, and TV personality! We’re so excited to take a peek into some of Mario Batali’s restaurants and studio space to see where the magic happens! Our first stop on this culinary journey – NYC where Batali’s  Continue Reading »

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DIY Shibori Wall Hanging

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I have recently fallen in love with Shibori.  If you don’t know what that is, to put it simply, it’s a form of tie-dye.  The difference being, Shibori technically uses real indigo dye to create the designs on the fabric. I bought an indigo kit online which made the process much easier. It came with  Continue Reading »

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Designer Spotlight | Drury Design

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Drury Design is an interior design firm located in Chicago, spearheaded by the talented design eye of Gail Drury. Don’t just take our word for it, the firm has won more than 70 awards in the design space! Plus, pictures speak a thousand words and Drury Design has plenty of beautiful images of their keen  Continue Reading »

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Roundup : Etageres & Shelving

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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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Black and White Bathrooms

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Three Birds Renovations- Caesarstone Statuario Maximus countertop I believe I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again- your bathroom is a sanctuary in your home. It’s a place to get away, rest, and rewind. For me that means having a clean space rich in the classic contrast of black and white. Really, you can  Continue Reading »

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How To Use Color In Your Space This Spring

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I sometimes feel like a walking contradiction. While I love neutral, soft, white décor for the most part, I also have a huge soft spot for those spaces with strategically designed pops of color. I guess that’s the problem with being a DIY and home décor blogger. I spend my days lusting over so many  Continue Reading »

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Designer Spotlight | Allison Crawford

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Statuario Maximus Today, we journey to the Lone Star State to explore some of Allison Crawford’s beautiful work in this week’s Designer Spotlight! Crawford is a gifted designer with a full-service firm located in Austin, Texas. Her talented team works to fit their client’s needs, lifestyle, and goals from the smallest details, such as color  Continue Reading »

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