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Dec 2017

Urban Rustic in Interior Design

Form Follows Function.The trend among many Americans today is to leave suburbia in favor of urban environments. The motivation for the change to cities is centered on better career opportunities.  A chain reaction has occurred; large corporations are choosing to move to urban areas where they are finding a much larger working pool of qualified workers. Creating urban jobs to better available and offer higher...

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Dec 2017

Form Follows Design

Camp Arden, the home of Arden Creek Designs, has used cedar railings throughout the camp since its beginning. The use of cedar railings go back to the late eighteen hundreds, the design was simplistic, being more utilitarian in nature than artistic. Camp Arden in 1955, was donated to the Trudeau Institute for the purpose of finding a cure for Tuberculosis., however when the gift was...

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Dec 2017

The Aspen Tree: Similar in Appearance to a Birch Tree, but so Different in its Characteristics

The Aspen Tree is often mistaken in appearance for a Birch Tree, but appearance is where it ends; both are uniquely different from each other. The confusion between both trees is the white bark they both possess; the Aspen Tree has a smooth white bark. The Birch Tree also has white bark but the degree of whiteness can vary, from grayish-white to gray to black....

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Dec 2017

The Dos and Don'ts of Eclectic Design

Today’s world of interior design is filled with a vast array of styles and trends, and just choosing one is often difficult for many, myself included. Here is where a challenge often occurs, how to mix and match designs in your space while avoiding a space of cluttered mess. Designing an eclectic style needs to be carefully and systematically approached in order to obtain a...

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