Monthly Archives: May 2014

Sophistication and Ease with Sunbrella

Do you have children? Pets? A messy mate? Do you believe beautiful fabrics are too difficult to maintain? Is light-colored upholstery out of the question? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, Janet Brown Interiors has a solution

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Timeless Design by Mariano Fortuny

Mariano Fortuny (1871 – 1949) has been described as a “Renaissance man” – an artist and artisan whose understanding of light and color enabled him to create beautiful fabrics through a patented process that no one else could replicate. Collectors

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Modern Style From Ancient Greece

Janet Brown and her husband recently returned from a trip to Crete. Janet draws inspiration from her travels, and she has shared some photos from her latest adventure on Pinterest. So many of the motifs that appear in design today

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Painted Bookcases

Painting the backs of bookcases adds depth to a room and highlights architectural details. The contained space is the perfect spot to use a color – or pattern – that might be overwhelming on all four walls. A painted backdrop

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Room to Grow – Graphic Spaces for Boys

How do you decorate a young boy’s room in a way that lets his personality shine through, but leaves room for growth as his interests change? Childish decor has a short shelf-life, but a sophisticated design will spare parents the

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