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A knack for Knick Knacks

My Grandmother Frieda, may she rest in peace, loved everything porcelain….porcelain figurines, porcelain plates that  hang on the wall, and porcelain doll houses. Her living room, which we fondly referred to as the “pink museum,” would house her vast collection in huge glass display cases, on the walls and on every empty surface. 417 more words

Home is Where Your Dog Is!

I love dogs. I absolutely love dogs. But in recent years I’ve been on the fence about getting one. Adopting a dog is an important family decision, requiring a huge emotional, financial, and logistical commitment. 510 more words

Bookshelves for the rooms of Book-lovers

I personally couldn’t imagine having a room without books. For those who are just as passionate as I am when it comes to reading, having beautiful bookshelves in one’s room is a necessity and one must make it look as stilish as possible. 136 more words


Designing Your Home Office

An Excerpt from Paul D. Rugarber’s Forthcoming Book,
Architecture to Construction and Everything in Between

Design is, in my opinion, the most fun of any construction project. 697 more words

Architecture To Construction (Excerpts)

Indoor hammocks or Suspended Beds? Yes, please!

The most important thing about building your own space, is, of course, comfort. That is the main reason why people opt for indoor hammocks. They are extra-comfortable, are good for your blood circulation and give your room a stilish, bohemian look. 190 more words


Lunch and Learn Events

Traveling around the country and Canada, Joe hosts events to present his collections. Here a group of interior designers in Minneapolis.

A Child's Room Doesn't Have to Be Childish

One of the “Funnest”design projects is designing rooms for kids (I know Funnest is not proper English, but we are talking about kids, so it is somewhat apropos ;-) When it comes to designing a child’s room, designers can let their imagination run wild, and be as creative and as crazy as they want to. 516 more words