Архив автора: Nancy Mitchell

We Can’t Get Enough of These Classic Black & White Bathrooms

One of my favorite new looks for the bathroom is actually a very old look: black and white. There’s no color combo more classic, and the bathroom, typically a smaller space, is perfect for simple, high-drama design statements. Whether you go for contrasting black and white tile, or modernize the look with minimal, matte black fixtures, this is a style that’s sure to please — and to stand the test of time. (далее…)

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Problem Solvers: 9 Smart & Stylish Finds for Small Entryways

Over the years I’ve come to realize that one of the keys to a well-functioning, uncluttered home is having an entryway that works well. It’s a spot to gather up all the things that you’ll need when you go out into the world, and also a sort of buffer zone to keep unwanted clutter from entering your home. Maxwell has really explored this with his idea of the landing strip, which is worth checking out. But vital as it is, a functioning entryway can be hard to achieve when you’re dealing with a really small apartment. That’s where these smart products come in. (далее…)

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Square Tile is the New Subway Tile and We’re Not Sorry

Subway tile is everywhere. For years it’s held sway over our bathrooms and kitchens, and for good reason: it’s classic, it’s inexpensive, it’s easy to install, and it matches practically everything. But all those things are also true for subway tile’s somewhat less prominent cousin too: the humble 4″ x 4″ square tile. Combined with dark grout, it feels at once classic and fresh. It has all the versatility of subway tile — and you’re not tired of it yet. (далее…)

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Before & After: Finding Space for a Third Bedroom, Beautifully — Sweeten

Buying an apartment in New York often involves a level of compromise. When Deeksha and Joe moved from D.C. to New York, along with their three-month-old son, their dream was to find a three-bedroom apartment. Reality was a spacious apartment in Washington Heights, with gorgeous views of the river — and only two bedrooms. But in the apartment’s L-shaped living room, they saw an opportunity. (далее…)

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