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Designer Haley Weidenbaum helps her sister settle into a stunning Spanish-style, West Hollywood abode, just in time for her new baby.
Combining rich textures, dramatic pieces, and modern farmhouse influences, designer Galina Holechek creates a handsome relax pad nestled in the hills of LA’s iconic Laurel Canyon.
Designer Sonya Randell helps a couple blend minimalist, Scandinavian elements with a playful sensibility in their Wellesley, Massachusetts bedroom.
Old-school glamour feels decidedly new on the Upper West Side, where designer Kevin Clark transformed a one-bedroom apartment into a modern display of Hollywood Regency style.
Comfort should never come at the expense of style, as designer Jesse Turek proves with a handsome, functional space in Long Island City.
Designer Nina Jizhar brings warm, comfortable, and California cool elements to a couple’s Oakland home.
Sophisticated design and touches of bold personality mingle in a family-friendly Park Slope apartment, designed by Liz Lipkin.
For her client’s Crown Heights apartment, Paula Guzman incorporates elements from Japanese and Scandinavian design in a way that feels decidedly New York City.
Designer Nicole Fisher was able to coax this young, city-dwelling family out to the country by transforming a traditional house into a colorful, personality-filled home.