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  • Mudroom
    An extra-long bench provides plenty of seating for removing muddy shoes, while hooks make it easy to hang backpacks, jackets, and more.
    For a jolt of bright color, a row of fun prints hangs just above the tall wainscoting.

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    Photos: Laura Moss

  • Dining Room
    A traditional wood dining set is capped off with eye-catching upholstered chairs in a handsome floral print. For a warm, intimate setting, bold red is carried from the walls to the floor (on the gorgeous Oriental rug).
    When selecting a dining room chandelier, keep the wattage between 200 and 400—depending upon the room's size—for optimal lighting.

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    Photos: Laura Moss

  • Bedroom
    Calming blue and lively green pair up in the master suite. Wide trim on the walls and traditional décor (nightstand, metal bed, striped wallpaper) echo homes of the past.

    Tip! Contrast floral bedding with striped pillows for a mix-and-match look.

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    Photos: Laura Moss

  • Bathroom
    Soothing blue-gray wallpaper envelops the bathroom, which is brightened by an airy white vanity. Vintage-inspired hardware, accents, and sconces lend an opulent, old-world feel.
    A window triptych invites natural light in, while a curvy metal pendant and clawfoot tub complete the master bath's luxurious feel.
     
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    Photos: Laura Moss

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