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Top 18 Best Trunks in 2021

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  Household Essentials 9245-1 Medium Decorative Home Storage Trunk – Luggage Style – Coffee Shop Design - Coffee shop inspried small storage chest with brass metal hinges and leather accent straps. 114” h x 185” w x 114” d. Plenty of storage space for scarves, games, throws, and much more. Hinged lid opens for space saving storage or use as a coffee table or low side table. Smooth decoupage finish with dark orange background and coffee theme icons.   Vintiquewise QI003319L Large Wooden Decorative Lion Rings Pirate Trunk with Lockable Latch and Lock, Tan - The chest offers enough room to hold...

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“Add a pop of color” is design advice that just about everyone has heard

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It’s likely that people reach for a throw, a pillow, a colorful rug or accessory when they need a bold accent. But how about adding a brightly hued piece of art for that burst of color? Choosing to use art accomplishes a few things at the same time: It injects some personality into a room, creates a conversation point and, of course, adds the color the space needs. Here are 10 types of artwork that will add just the right colorful element. Wall Sculpture If you only think about paintings and drawings when it comes to wall art, think again....

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This list, updated daily, contain bestselling item

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s. Here you can discover the best Red Kitchen Accessories in Amazon Best Sellers, and find the top 10 most popular Red Kitchen Accessories. Bestseller No. 1 Silicone Cooking Utensil Set,Kitchen Utensils 17 Pcs Cooking Utensils Set,Non-stick Heat Resistant Silicone,Cookware with Stainless Steel Handle - Red See Product Details Bestseller No. 2 Oster Lindbergh 14 Piece Stainless Steel Cutlery Black Block Set, Red Handles See Product Details Bestseller No. 3 Kitchen Towel Set with 2 Quilted Pot Holders, Oven Mitt, Dish Towel, Dish Drying Mat, 2 Microfiber Scrubbing Dishcloths (Red) See Product Details Bestseller No. 4 Red Rug for Kitchen...

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And the Clock Waits So Patiently

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The following essay appears in But Still, It Turns, edited by Paul Graham and published by MACK earlier this month. The book accompanies an exhibition of the same name showing at International Center of Photography (ICP) until May 9. Gregory Halpern. Image from ZZYZX (MACK, 2016), in But Still, It Turns, edited by Paul Graham (MACK, 2021). Courtesy of the artist and MACK. Time, unfortunately, though it makes animals and vegetables bloom and fade with amazing punctuality, has no such simple effect upon the mind of man. The mind of man, moreover, works with equal strangeness upon the body of time....

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Photo: David Christensen

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We are thrilled to welcome back our guest today Andrew Cogar who is an architect and president of the award-winning firm Historical Concepts. We discuss his new book, Visions of Home: Timeless Design, Modern Sensibility, collaboration, the narrative of a house, a closer look at a historic Charleston single house, designing around honesty, the concept of the creative process, and more. What You’ll Hear on This Episode: Trials & Triumphs! Karen’s lingering Christmas issues, the Wilcox mirror, adorable doormats, our love of Etsy, Taryn’s old bricks, where to store the extra toilet paper, and Caroline’s new dishwasher. What are some...

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