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The Neutral Nursery

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Anticipating the arrival of a new family member is filled with so many feelings and tasks, it can be hard to stay on track. For interior designers and design fans alike, getting to create a dream nursery is a thrill yet can be overwhelming. Today on the HHC Living blog we’re taking a look at the trendy option of The Neutral Nursery.

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2019 Summer Coastal Style

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If it were up to us, Summer would be Vacay Every Day. Since that’s not exactly possible, creating the perfect summer coastal interiors can make you feel like you’re vacationing nonstop. Now if only we could get in-home poolside service, too. Hmm, always good to have goals!

Click through to get inspired with our favorite coastal inspired interior design!

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English Design Series: Eccentric English

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Eccentric English Style

Two weeks ago, we dove into our newest series on all things English Interior Design. Now that we’ve introduced you to the general traits and traditions of this particular look, we’re getting a touch more specific, and in the case of this week’s post, a whole lot more eccentric.

Put on your wildest hat, don a pattern or five, and click through to become the newest fan of English Eccentric Interior Design.

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English Design Series: Intro

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English Living Room

As elite interior designers in the Lubbock, Texas, area, it’s our job and our joy to stay on top of 2019 interior design trends. Some we see coming and others are a complete surprise but all are exciting. At present, we’re seeing an up-swing in English style interior design, which is timeless, tasteful, and loaded with personality.

As with American interior design styles, you cannot group English design into one box. So, we’re presenting a new series all about English design to share a closer look at various style versions, help you determine what you love (or loathe) about each look, and get you up to date on this historical and humble form of home design.

First up, a quick introduction to English Design as a whole. Pour some tea and get comfortable; the English certainly wouldn’t have it any other way.

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