Into the light, into the color

Home/Design '06
Light/color When we think of homes and design, we often think structure --- walls, floors, ceilings, doors, etc. --- and what goes in a room --- furniture, accents, décor, and doodads.

Deep impact

Be not afraid: this fall, the "in" colors are rich and bold Though you might be skeptical that Stephen Colbert is colorblind, you'd better believe I'm colorphobic.

You light up my life

No longer strictly stuffy or fussy, chandeliers can brighten
Think chandeliers are fussy and stuffy

It's curtains for you!

At some point, probably back when I was in college enjoying $2 pitches at happy hour, curtains became window treatments
If your idea of curtains a sheet nailed to window molding, or maybe you've graduated to Martha's curtains at K-Mart but can't shake the feeling you can do better, don't worry. You're about to get the professional help you need.


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  • Rediscovering Frederick Douglass @ Greece Public Library

    • Tue., Feb. 14, 7-8 p.m. Reservations required
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