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November 29, 2013
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  7 DINING ROOM DESIGN IDEAS With the holidays imminent, you're bound to spend a lot more time around the dinner table. Here are seven striking arrangements should you need a furniture upgrade. Photo courtesy the Apartment.  Courtesy of Photos courtesy the Apartment.  This originally appeared in A Curated Apartment Turned Showroom in Copenhagen .

    7 DINING ROOM DESIGN IDEAS

    With the holidays imminent, you're bound to spend a lot more time around the dinner table. Here are seven striking arrangements should you need a furniture upgrade. Photo courtesy the Apartment.

    Courtesy of Photos courtesy the Apartment.
    This originally appeared in A Curated Apartment Turned Showroom in Copenhagen .
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  2013 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: FOR THE TABLE For the enthusiastic entertainer, the plucky party planner, or the Host/ess with the mostess we've got a fantastic round up of gifts for anyone in your life that loves to throw a good dinner party and takes as much care with the tablescape as they do the food and drink.    This originally appeared in 2013 Holiday Gift Guide: For The Table.

    2013 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: FOR THE TABLE

    For the enthusiastic entertainer, the plucky party planner, or the Host/ess with the mostess we've got a fantastic round up of gifts for anyone in your life that loves to throw a good dinner party and takes as much care with the tablescape as they do the food and drink.

    This originally appeared in 2013 Holiday Gift Guide: For The Table.
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  A SECOND LOOK AT JAPANESE SOAKING TUBS For centuries, the Japanese have enjoyed a relaxing ritual of steaming in neck-high water at the end of each day. Like other aspects of Japanese design, this simple yet harmonious custom has become popular the world over, as extra-deep soaking tubs are incorporated into modern bathrooms and backyards. Here's how it's done. Photo by Jeremy Harris.   Photo by Jeremy Harris.   This originally appeared in Stoked to Soak.

    A SECOND LOOK AT JAPANESE SOAKING TUBS

    For centuries, the Japanese have enjoyed a relaxing ritual of steaming in neck-high water at the end of each day. Like other aspects of Japanese design, this simple yet harmonious custom has become popular the world over, as extra-deep soaking tubs are incorporated into modern bathrooms and backyards. Here's how it's done. Photo by Jeremy Harris. 

    Photo by Jeremy Harris.
    This originally appeared in Stoked to Soak.
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  2013 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: THE MINI MODERNIST From rebellious young artists to studious intellectuals, or curious engineers we've got the perfect gifts for your mini modernist this holiday season!  Courtesy of Kathryn Davey.  This originally appeared in 2013 Holiday Gift Guide: The Mini Modernist .

    2013 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: THE MINI MODERNIST

    From rebellious young artists to studious intellectuals, or curious engineers we've got the perfect gifts for your mini modernist this holiday season!

    Courtesy of Kathryn Davey.
    This originally appeared in 2013 Holiday Gift Guide: The Mini Modernist .
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  GARDEN PAVILION, SEATTLE When the Zimmerman family settled in Seattle, Washington, in the late 1990s they bought a 1,100-square-foot Craftsman built in the 1920s. Fast-forward to today. Not wanting to leave their beloved neighborhood, but hurting for space, they enlisted the help of local design-build firm Ninebark to create a separate living area.    This originally appeared in Garden Pavilion, Seattle.

    GARDEN PAVILION, SEATTLE

    When the Zimmerman family settled in Seattle, Washington, in the late 1990s they bought a 1,100-square-foot Craftsman built in the 1920s. Fast-forward to today. Not wanting to leave their beloved neighborhood, but hurting for space, they enlisted the help of local design-build firm Ninebark to create a separate living area.

    This originally appeared in Garden Pavilion, Seattle.
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  5 NYC HOME RENOVATIONS New York city is the largest metropolitan in the US and home to more than 8 million people. Despite this, living in the City doesn't mean sacrificing space or luxury. These five renovations were determined to take on the challenge by applying a modern approach. For more NYC renovations, check out our 5 Top-to-Bottom Brownstone Renovations. Photos by Raimund Koch.  Photo by Raimund Koch.   This originally appeared in Space-Efficient Renovation in New York.

    5 NYC HOME RENOVATIONS

    New York city is the largest metropolitan in the US and home to more than 8 million people. Despite this, living in the City doesn't mean sacrificing space or luxury. These five renovations were determined to take on the challenge by applying a modern approach. For more NYC renovations, check out our 5 Top-to-Bottom Brownstone Renovations. Photos by Raimund Koch.

    Photo by Raimund Koch.
    This originally appeared in Space-Efficient Renovation in New York.
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  BAROQUE MEETS MODERN IN SAN FRANCISCO Thanks to a contemporary interior that she’s been updating for a decade, modern architect Abigail Turin has learned to love her traditional 1925 San Francisco home. Photo by Justin Fantl.   Photo by Justin Fantl.   This originally appeared in Baroque Meets Modern in San Francisco.

    BAROQUE MEETS MODERN IN SAN FRANCISCO

    Thanks to a contemporary interior that she’s been updating for a decade, modern architect Abigail Turin has learned to love her traditional 1925 San Francisco home. Photo by Justin Fantl. 

    Photo by Justin Fantl.
    This originally appeared in Baroque Meets Modern in San Francisco.
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7 DINING ROOM DESIGN IDEAS

With the holidays imminent, you're bound to spend a lot more time around the dinner table. Here are seven striking arrangements should you need a furniture upgrade. Photo courtesy the Apartment.

Image courtesy of Photos courtesy the Apartment.

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