Partnerships

Make Your Guests So Comfy They’ll Never Want to Leave

Robert Peterson With 11,000 square feet of comfort and luxury, House Beautiful‘s 2022 Whole Home in Atlanta, Georgia, could take overnight guests hours to explore. That is, if you can tempt them to come out of their room. Designer Brynn Olson curated one of the gorgeous property’s guest suites, turning it into what she calls …

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From Porches to Patios, Here’s How to Create a Cohesive Indoor-Outdoor Space

Whether it’s a covered veranda with plush seating or a large lanai with an open-air kitchen, your outdoor space is an extension of your home—and it deserves to be given as much consideration as your living room or den. One way to do that is by using materials and colors that will complement (or directly …

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WORTH II Partnership Project launch the second call for

ROME, Oct. 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The second online call for proposals within the WORTH II partnership project, Europe’s largest incubation program dedicated to creatives has been launched. The program is addressed to those who want to work together to develop innovative business ideas, SMEs and freelancers working in the lifestyle sectors, including footwear, …

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5 Summer-Ready Patio Looks (And The Furniture and Decor To Make It Happen)

A picture-perfect patio looks different for everyone, and isn’t that grand? Whether your idea of ​​the dream backyard is all about outdoor dinners, sitting by a fire under blankets, or lounging on a comfy sofa, there are countless configurations of furniture, dinnerware, and accents for your favorite unwinding activity. Looking for an upgrade as the …

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A “Tower of Mansions” is Changing Houston’s Skyline

While developing the interior design of 1661 Tanglewood—an opulent 34-story high-rise being built in one of Houston’s most desirable neighborhoods—interior designer Randall Powers reflected on a phrase he’d often heard his grandmother repeat: “Buy once, cry once.” By that, his grandmother meant, “buy the very best that you can and hold off if you can’t,” …

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