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  • January 14, 2020 bykerryfrances

    Kitchen Table Styles

    Tie Dye Trend

    If the kitchen is the center of the home, the kitchen table is the centerpiece. While all kitchens have common staple features such as appliances, cabinets, countertops, and sinks, choosing a kitchen table is one area where you can let your personal taste shine.

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  • November 21, 2019 bykerryfrances

    8 Easy Bathroom Updates

    Oversized bathtub 2019

    Whether you’re tidying up in anticipation of holiday guests, or simply want to add a few extra boosts to your bathrooms, we’ve gathered up eight easy options for bathroom updates.

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  • May 20, 2019 hhc

    Signs it’s Time to Design!

    When looking for the best interior designer in the Lubbock, Texas area, it can be challenging to know where to start. While perusing websites and gathering inspiration from Instagram and Pinterest, you may find yourself slightly overwhelmed and wondering if you’re even ready to begin interior design work on your home.

    Here’s a quick guide to know if you’re ready to start your design project!

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  • April 10, 2019 hhc

    English Design Series: Intro

    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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