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The Design Tourist Karen LeBlanc traveled to New York City for the Architectural Digest Design Show that brings together makers, artisans and luxury brands. Discover some of the latest trends in interior design and home decor and unique design finds to create authentic spaces.

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Please watch: “Inspiration on Tour for Design Lovers” -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Covet House presents you exquisite and modern dining room ideas to set the perfect ambience to your interior. Also, we show you some suggestions for modern lighting trends with chandeliers and suspension lamps, with our top brands: Brabbu, Delightfull and Koket. Enhance your dining room with …

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Do you like keeping up with the latest design trends? Do you find yourself getting frustrated trying to incorporate them in your home? Don’t worry – I have the latest scoop on this season’s design trends and how you can use them to create a beautiful designer home. Watch now as I show you where …

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The Minneapolis Artisan Home Tour offers 22 beautiful homes to visit. With so much amazing architecture and design at your fingertips, we’re taking a look at the trends this 2015 tour brings. This brief video will take a look at trends in flooring, ceilings architecture, interior design and other luxury home real estate trends. What …

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In this episode of The Design Tourist, Host Karen LeBlanc, travels to Sarasota, Florida, to tour the city’s iconic Mid-Century Modern architecture produced during the Sarasota School of Architecture Movement. This regional interpretation of Modernist architecture was produced by pioneering architects including Paul Rudolph, Ralph Twitchell, Victor Lundy, Edward “Tim” Siebert, Gene Leedy and developer …

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Read the full article at: A challenging floor plate results in an innovative interior design and an inspiring workplace. Interior designer Jonathan Custance explains the process to Trends editorial director Paul Taylor. Innovative thinking has transformed the offices of a leading software developer, and unified a previously disconnected workplace – in more ways than one. …

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Trends Commercial Design Perspectives – Design from the inside out. What was needed on the interior determined the exterior of the Quad5 office building. Nick Moyes from Jasmax comments on the design process. View more office design at Trendsideas View the ebook Follow us on Facebook

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