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April 2019

Found 14 blog entries for April 2019.

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Born in Vienna on April 8, 1892, Richard Neutra is an Austrian-American architect who merged Bauhaus modernism with Southern California building traditions to create an original style adaptation called Desert Modernism. Neutra moved to the United States in 1923 where he worked with iconic architects like Frank Lloyd Wright and Rudolf Schindler to hone his unique style.

A major critique of traditional modernism is that it imposes strict rules on people and regions despite their differences. One of the reasons Neutra became so influential was due to his flexible and personalized approach to creating modernist homes. He took care to tailor to the needs of the client and the surrounding landscape to create one-of-a-kind designs

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The sweeping arches, breezy hues, and ornamental accents of Spanish-inspired architecture draw many to invest in this style of home. The Spanish influences in California and Florida have resulted in an abundance of these homes in those regions, but Spanish-style homes are found throughout the United States, particularly in warmer climates.

If you’re like so many who have fallen in love with this style, then you might be interested in curating an interior to match. When decorating a home with such beautiful and unique architecture, finding ways to incorporate the architecture into the interior style will make your home feel that much more cohesive. The following tips are a breeze to apply and they'll leave you with a home that feels like a Spanish

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There might be no better way to celebrate the coming of spring than by spending some time perusing a local farmers’ market. In addition to all kinds of seasonal produce, tasty snacks, and artisan creations, many farmers’ markets offer live music and other forms of entertainment, making them an ideal way to spend a spring afternoon.

If you’re looking for fresh ingredients, artisan goods, and fun experiences, the following farmers’ markets are among the very best from San Francisco to Miami.


Yellow Green Farmers Market Miami 

Yellow Green Farmers’ Market

Located in a 100,000-square-foot building that hosts over 300 local vendors, the Yellow Green Farmers' Market in Miami is a one-stop-shop for all things fresh and delicious. In addition to offering seasonal produce and

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From pared-back minimal styles to dynamic, maximal aesthetics, there are infinite ways to design an interior. However, no matter your style sensibilities, there are a few common errors that people make when designing their homes that leave them looking unfinished, chaotic, and uncertain.

Now, we’re not talking about mistakes regarding style preferences—interior style is totally subjective and there’s no right way to execute it. Rather, we’re talking about general problems around factors like size, scale, and vision that can hinder the overall impact and feel of the space.

If you avoid the following pitfalls, then you can bet your home will look a whole lot more polished and cohesive for it, regardless of the particular aesthetic you subscribe to.

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