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What's inspiring Minhnuyet Hardy

What’s inspiring designer Minhnuyet Hardy right now

Rather than color, designer Minhnuyet Hardy looks to a darker palette, clean shapes, mixed metals, and varied materials to define her aesthetic..
Spotlight kitchen

This hip Reynoldstown kitchen has a mix of splurges and savings

As a veteran of home shows such as HGTV’s Elbow Room and Wise Buys, interior designer Kristen Fountain Davis excels at creating spaces that pop. For this kitchen she layered the sultry black cabinets with a custom hood, a white quartz–topped island, and large-scale brass lanterns, plus some striking upper shelves.
Smyrna ranch house

How a young designer transformed this Symrna ranch house into a modern charmer

Pryce and Jeremy Jackson are a lucky couple—their Smyrna ranch house needed a lot of work, and they have talented designer Kristin Jackson, who pens the popular blog Hunted Interior, in the family.
What's inspiring Miles Redd

What’s inspiring designer Miles Redd right now

It’s no surprise that New York–based designer Miles Redd, an Atlanta native, is currently crushing on the big and the bold, the graphic and traditional, the dramatic and cinematic (after all, he was a film major). His new collection with Atlanta-based Ballard Designs is a reflection of this eclectic, fantastical vision.

Not sure how a painting will look in your house? The Artcloud app can install it virtually for you.

Alex West's Artcloud app gives individuals a way to zero in on the art they love. With 50,000 works from 4,000-plus local and international artists, all you need to do is upload a photo of a room and you can test how a piece looks in your setting.
Vern Yip Holidays

HGTV’s Vern Yip on why decking the halls is serious business

On the scale of ho-hum to ho! ho! ho!, I’m pretty sure my family defines the extreme edge of tolerable holiday enthusiasm. With two kids under the age of six, it’s not hard to get the momentum going—though, truthfully, it’s we adults who need reining in.
Silver

You don’t need a special occasion to break out the silver

Though the number of brides registering for sterling flatware is smaller than it was in the past, millennials are finding new ways to utilize silver—mixing patterns and monograms, including it in casual table settings and picnics, and (don’t tell your grandmother) even embracing a little tarnish.
Flower Bar

Create your own beautiful holiday wreath at Flower Bar

In 2006 Amber Schoepp’s Flower Bar was one of the first tenants at Irwin Street Market. After closing shop in 2009 in the midst of the recession, she returned this summer to create a floral workshop with a potting shed feel in the back of the building.
Azra Oriental Rugs

Where to shop at Miami Circle

“The Circle,” as it’s known to insiders, is actually a rather industrial-looking street with one small roundabout at the end. Over the past 25 years or so, it has become home to more than 60 showrooms and stores, nearly all of them catering to both retail and trade customers.

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