At Home With Sweeten

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Hi, it’s Sweeten again, the free New York City-based renovation service that matches homeowners with general contractors, and helps until project completion. We’re excited to take you through a beautiful renovation transformation in Queens! The place: Woodside, Queens The size: 850 square feet The results: amazing Every renovation tale starts with a horrendous “before”. This  Continue Reading »

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How To Design A Kid-Friendly Bathroom

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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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Caesarstone & Jaime Hayon Present “Stone Age Folk” at Milan Design Week 2017

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Designer Jaime Hayon  is taking over Milan Design Week with a one-of-a-kind display of Caesarstone. Instead of using the material as a countertop, Hayon designs intricate furniture and décor pieces implementing multiple colors of Caesarstone quartz in each. The Spanish designer kick-started his career in the “Mediterranean Digital Baroque” and “Mon Cirque” installations that blurred  Continue Reading »

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Before and After: Jessica Marx Bathroom Reveal

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I recently posted about our kitchen renovation in our new home and showed the major transformation from ugly duckling to stunning swan. Well today I’m talking about the transformation of our powder room, which is just adjacent to our black, white and gold kitchen. I really needed this space to tie in with the rest  Continue Reading »

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5 Easy Planters to Make For Your Home This Spring

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Hey there all it’s me Sara from Twelve On Main. I have been spending a ton of time this spring working on fun DIY projects and complete room makeovers, but I have also been doing some fun planter ideas, and lets face it, as spring emerges, so does our wish for a green thumb. Incorporating  Continue Reading »

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Wall Clocks As Decor Pieces

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It’s probably just me, but I’m still trying to adjust to daylight savings time. I swear it throws me off for at least a month. I figured as I suffer through weird sleep patterns and tired mornings, I might as well make the best of it. If you’re on the hunt for a new wall clock for  Continue Reading »

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House Tour | Coddington Design

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From extreme fixer-upper to supreme elegance, this house underwent a complete transformation to become this family’s dream home. The homeowners found out they were expecting a new addition to the family and realized they needed a more family friendly neighborhood and home to grow into. Today, we’re taking a tour of Coddington Design’s own home  Continue Reading »

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The Future Perfect Kitchen Reveal

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I bought a place last year and what started as a straightforward project to remove a wall and redo the bathrooms spiraled into a full-on gut renovation. The kitchen turned out to be my favorite part of the design process because it really became the new center of the apartment. I knew very little about  Continue Reading »

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

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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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How To Style Shelves In 5 Simple Steps

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Hey there, Interior Collective readers! I’m Abby from Just a Girl and Her Blog, and I’m so excited to be visiting today to talk about one of my very favorite decor topics: shelf styling! Now I have to be honest– styling shelves used to intimidate me. It seemed like everyone else could just throw some cute  Continue Reading »

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