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August 2018

Found 13 blog entries for August 2018.

For most of us, there comes a time when we look around our home’s interior and don’t feel quite as in love as we used to. Maybe you adopted a trend a few years ago that now feels stale and outdated or perhaps your personal aesthetic and style sensibilities have evolved to where your home no longer adequately represents you.

Regardless of your reasoning, when we grow tired of our homes, it’s easy to simply keep them the way they are because the thought of doing an interior overhaul feels overwhelming and expensive. But what many people don’t realize is that there are quite a few simple, easy, and highly affordable tweaks you can make that will completely transform the look of your home in no time at all.

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Even if you’re not familiar with the names Charles and Ray Eames, you’re almost certainly familiar with their work. This husband-and-wife design duo made truly iconic contributions to furniture design and architecture, including the ever-popular Eames Lounge Chair, which is among the most famous of their designs.

Charles Eames was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1907, where he attended school at Washington University and developed a keen interest in architecture and engineering. For several years, Charles worked in an architectural office and opened his own office several years later. Eventually, his interests extended beyond architecture and he attended Cranbrook Academy of Art on a fellowship to study

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When you think about the hippest areas in the country, chances are, Florida doesn’t come to mind. But the growing hipster vibe of West Palm Beach proves that it most definitely should.

West Palm Beach is situated just to the west of its big sister, Palm Beach, and boasts the oldest municipality in metro Miami having been incorporated way back in 1894. Unsurprisingly, the city has evolved quite a bit in its nearly 130-year existence.

During the Florida land boom of the 1920s, West Palm Beach’s population quadrupled in just seven years, from 1920-1927. As a result, all kinds of businesses, residences, and public services sprouted up, with many of the city’s landmarks and preserved neighborhoods developed during this

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