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When gallery Invisible Exports had a last-minute vacancy for a show this month, Cary Leibowitz aka Candyass saved the day by scavenging his basement storage for a box of paintings he made in his early 20s.
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Adding more excitement to our snack-chat, Reed is up for his first Grammy Award on Monday night. Enjoy this podcast with
Metallic and Matte Patterns. More about this look. All hail 2015--the year of '70s patterns, layered rugs and blond woods
Wallpaper isn't just for your grandma's house anymore.
I don't know about you, but I cannot work in a cluttered environment. I like my desk to be tidy, my to-do list to be written and my office space to be well kept. If you're like me, you will find these tips very useful!
Wallpaper is a long-term commitment, so it's no surprise that most home dwellers steer clear of it. It takes the patience
A common mistake is to think of wallpaper as the focal point in a room. In fact, Salk says it's merely the foundation. "Don't
Do repetitive prints of cabbage roses give you chills? Floral striped swags from floor to ceiling make you feel faint? You might be suffering from what interior designer, Annie Elliott diagnoses as a 1980's Waverly wallpaper hangover. The good news? There's a cure.
Michelangelo did it in a church. Marie Antoinette did it with mirrors -- but somewhere along the way the rest of us forgot to look up -- and paying attention to ceiling design faded mostly into history.
Former fashion designer turned interior designer, Brett Beldock is one of those women you want to be friends with or be mentored by.
When design options are limited by tight quarters, minimal furnishings and no windows, wallpaper is the perfect solution to make a statement.
"It's sort of like a dopamine hit -- it feels good when people like or share something," she stated, an observation that's
Even since the days of early human existence, mankind has shared an inexplicable need to decorate their humble abodes. From archaic cave drawings to complex hieroglyphs, beautifying the walls which surround us has become a part of human nature.