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Styleture's Design Trend Picks for 2013

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Out with the old, in with the new. With each New Year comes a new opportunity to refresh, recharge…and redecorate! But before the countdown to midnight and the Auld Lang Syne serenade begins, we wanted to share some of our favorite design trends sure to carry over into 2013. Need help getting the look? No problem! We’ve included some tips to help you get [...]

Emerald City Style

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“Lively. Radiant. Lush… A color of elegance and beauty that enhances our sense of well-being, balance and harmony.” This week Pantone  chose Emerald as their 2013 Color of the Year. Sophisticated and luxurious, emerald is associated with prosperity and renewal. And it’s no surprise. Whether a glittering gemstone or a fresh sapling, the color green is a n[...]

Branch out into Good Design

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Autumn is upon us, from the shorter days to the crisp cool nights. And while it may be hard to compete with a festive pumpkin spice latte, the real superstar of fall is nature’s beauty. As the leaves change color and fall to the ground, we’re left to wonder, what would autumn be if not for the trees? Take a leaf from nature and go out on a limb. Spruce u[...]

Designs That Rock!

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Roll over, Beethoven! From AC/DC to ZZ Top, rock ‘n’ roll is a way of life. But why leave your rock reverence for the stage when you can amp up the design in your own home? Whether you’re looking to bring the recording studio to your studio apartment or turn your posh pad into a mosh pit, we’ve got just the designs to make you twist and shout. So pull[...]

Larger Than Light presents "Let It Shine!"

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If you’re a designer looking to showcase your talents, here’s some exciting news: Larger Than Light’s popular “Let It Shine” contest is back! From now until December 15th, Larger than Light is inviting designers to submit their best interior design project featuring a Littman Brands’ lighting fixture for a chance to win a $1000 cash prize. Two runner-u[...]

Crab Creek House: Modern Stone, Stucco & Slatted Wood Marvel

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Near an eye-catching estuary in Annapolis, Maryland, known as Crab Creek, which feeds the Chesapeake Bay, is a modern stone, stucco and slatted wood house from the vivid imagination of Robert Gurney Architect. Known as Crab Creek House, it is innovatively built on the foundation of a post and beam house from the 1960’s. Perhaps most impressively, its const[...]

Crab Creek House: Modern Stone, Stucco & Slatted Wood Marvel

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Near an eye-catching estuary in Annapolis, Maryland, known as Crab Creek, which feeds the Chesapeake Bay, is a modern stone, stucco and slatted wood house from the vivid imagination of Robert Gurney Architect. Known as Crab Creek House, it is innovatively built on the foundation of a post and beam house from the 1960’s. Perhaps most impressively, its const[...]

Modern Masters Series: Louis Kahn

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When speaking of the foremost modern architects of the 20th century, it’s impossible not to mention Louis Kahn. Born in Estonia in 1901, Kahn immigrated to the United States and forged an architectural career and body of work that is nothing short of grand and enviable. Kahn is most notable for his simple, yet highly intimate architectural and design comp[...]

Modern Masters Series: Walter Gropius

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Twentieth century architecture and design would never have been what was if it weren’t for the genius of German-born architect Walter Gropius. Founder of the epic Bauhaus School in Germany – the world’s most famous monument to modernism – and one of the most influential designers and preeminent tastemakers of the movement, his contribution to the field is [...]

Modern Masters Series: Walter Gropius

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Twentieth century architecture and design would never have been what was if it weren’t for the genius of German-born architect Walter Gropius. Founder of the epic Bauhaus School in Germany – the world’s most famous monument to modernism – and one of the most influential designers and preeminent tastemakers of the movement, his contribution to the field is [...]
 

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