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Other sections of your notebook can be sorted by rooms, which can hold pictures of furniture and corresponding swatches of fabric, paint samples, flooring ideas, lamps and even art. This will help you visualize your room and foresee any adjustments in colors or patterns. It will also help you determine if you need more goods for the room or project.

In terms of measurements, the more the better. You’ve all heard the construction adage, “Measure twice; cut once.” The same holds true for any aspect of the design project. You may have measured the size of the window, but did you measure how far the sill is from the floor, the space above the edge of the window to the ceiling or crown molding, or the space on either side of the window? While you may think these dimensions are excessive, they are not. They’ll be timesavers when you need

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Stock Custom Homes, the award-winning luxury homebuilding division of Stock Development, is currently constructing a 4,672-square-foot under-air residence at 125 Caribbean Road in the desirable Pine Ridge Estates neighborhood. It is currently offered for $4,295,000.



a large lawn in front of a house: Rendering of the residence under construction at 125 Caribbean Road by Stock Custom Homes.


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Rendering of the residence under construction at 125 Caribbean Road by Stock Custom Homes.

The property will boast four bedrooms plus a bonus room, four full bathrooms, plus a pool bath, and one powder bath, a great room, study, double two-car garages, and Stock’s trademark luxurious and expansive outdoor living area, encompassing more than 1,500 square feet. The home is being designed in collaboration with Richard Guzman of R.G. Designs and Laurie Walter of Cardamom Design.

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Inspired by the fresh, airy palette of a Southampton aesthetic, the home will contain white-washed linens, natural textures, and ocean-inspired blues. Coastal elements reminiscent of sandy beaches, accents of sea glass blues, and organic fibers

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This lakefront dream home features custom contemporary design, made for enjoyment, inside and out.



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It is seated on a 1.2-acre premium lot with a pool in the backyard overlooking Heather Lake and the home’s private beach.

The two-story brick Colonial dream home includes 4,528 square feet of floor space, plus an additional 2,000 sq. ft. of finished space in the walk-out basement, according to the real estate listing by Re/Max Eclipse.



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Although the mailing address is in Clarkston, the home is located in the Heather Lake Estates subdivision, just west of Baldwin Road in Orion Township.



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The home was built in 2014, with quality materials and craftsmanship. It features a multitude of luxurious amenities including wood flooring,  12-foot-plus ceilings and large windows which allow an abundance of natural light.



430 Shrewsbury kitchen



The chef’s kitchen features a large pantry and a

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EU citizens have launched a campaign for the government to give them physical proof of their right to remain in Britain after Brexit – amid fears that they could be locked out of homes, jobs and healthcare by technical problems.

The Independent reported this week on how the Brexit settlement scheme’s “digital-only” design is already causing problems for EU nationals, some of whom are already being held up in airports and facing delays in moving house.

But campaigners worry that the scheme’s flaws could have even more serious consequences, denying EU citizens living in Britain their rights to homes, jobs, and healthcare – all of which require them to prove their right to live in the UK.

Under the scheme, EU nationals are not given an ID card or other document as proof of residence once they are accepted, but have to rely on an

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Pulte Homes, one of the most recognized and trusted brands in homebuilding for 70 years, has announced the selection of one- and two-story home designs it will offer at Manatee Cove, a new 75-acre Naples community of 164 single family homes ideally located off US-41 and Manatee Road, just 1.5 miles east of the intersection of US-41 and Collier Boulevard/CR 951.

Two exciting new models nearing completion will illustrate the variety among the available floor plans. With flexible designs starting from the low-$300s and offering 1,400 to 3,000 square feet of living space and up to five bedrooms and four baths, there is

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A peek inside the Animal Crossing dwelling of Jaime Brown, a real-life kitchen designer.

You enter Jaime Brown’s island at the airport, a rickety thing on a wooden pier out in the ocean with a single gate, staffed by two loquacious dodos. You walk on a long dirt path that winds through cliffs and waterfalls, past white roses and chrysanthemums, next to the occasional pink pansy. The structure comes into relief across a slatted bridge that crosses a little river filled with fish. It’s a light blue Tudor with a gray door that greets you with a wreath made of shells, a slate gray well just to the right, and a little seating area with a matching white birch couch and chair set on a white flagstone circle out front. It is unassuming, quaint, and quiet. Anyone who has attempted to create such a space in Animal Crossing: New Horizons,

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One of Dallas’ oldest neighborhoods is home to a cutting-edge new residential community.

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Called the Haciendas, the project will include more than six dozen high-design homes being built near Fort Worth Avenue in West Dallas.

The one-of-a-kind development is a project of Oaxaca Interests, the same company that built the popular Sylvan Thirty mixed-use development on Sylvan Avenue west of downtown.

Just a few blocks away, Oaxaca Interests has built the first four of what it plans to be a larger group of style-forward houses on North Edgefield Avenue.

Designed by award-winning architect Lake Flato of San Antonio and Austin, the homes marry an outside industrial look with bright and airy interior spaces.

They range in size from 1,550 to just under 1,900 square feet, with stucco exteriors and metal roofs, and they’re built in joined modules.

“The kitchen and living area is in one module, and the

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a room with a book shelf: From the geniuses behind It's Complicated, Little Women, The Shape of Water, and more.


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From the geniuses behind It’s Complicated, Little Women, The Shape of Water, and more.

In the realm of film and television, the job of a set decorator is to source, design, and sometimes create the items that dress a set. They making sure that every object—from the furniture to the forks—is working in harmony to create a sense of place and character. Whether their mission is to deck out a tasteful California home, a Regency ballroom, or a haunted Gothic mansion, a set decorator’s specialty is making any set of circumstances come to life. But how do they approach decorating their own homes, when they’re free from having to follow a director’s vision? We spoke with four of the film industries most in-demand artists to get some easily applicable advice.

Start with a single key piece.

The whole idea for a particular room may come from one

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Los Angeles-based designer Marissa Zajack, founder of Marissa Zajack Creative, recently marked her commercial interior design debut and the expansion of her creative studio with the launch of chic Downtown L.A. dining destination, Red Herring (which is currently available for pickup and delivery).

Ms. Zajack, who previously worked as a graphic designer in the entertainment industry, is also currently working on three residential projects in Los Angeles—her own four-bedroom, 3,000-square-foot apartment, one for the owners of Red Herring (after doing the restaurant, they hired her for their home), and one for a Hollywood industry executive.

Ms. Zajack’s previous work in the entertainment industry as a graphic designer has informed her current interior style, where she often applies a vibrant visual palette that is polished, but still fun.

More: London Interior Designers Say Light is Key to Creating Calming Spaces

Her portfolio now includes interior design, furniture design and graphic

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Incredible Rotating Circle Kitchen Is a Perfect Space-Saver For Tiny HomesEnlarge Image

What’s the one room that most likely takes up the most room out of any area of your home? Probably your kitchen. You need a dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, stove, and plenty of storage space. But what if you could fit it all into one small rotating circle? Well, that’s just what this company has done, and it’s called the Circle Kitchen. It contains essentially everything you need in a kitchen, while taking up just a fraction of the space. It’s the perfect way to save tons of space in tiny homes and apartments!

The Circle Kitchen is designed and created by the German company Compact Concepts, and it takes up just 19.375 square feet of space, whereas an average kitchen size will measure around 150 square feet. Retail prices for the circular kitchen will range severely depending on what kind of options you’d like inside from as cheap as $6,500

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