If the pandemic has made you want to redesign your house, you need this expert led guide

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You’ve spent a whole lot of time in your home in the past year or so. So, somewhere along the way, you may have noticed that there are at least a couple things you’d like to change about your space. Whether you’re looking to make some little fixes around your home to freshen it up, or just want to learn some principles of interior design, we’ve got just the thing for you.

Meet the Home Design & Cleaning Bundle. With this training, you can become an expert interior designer and change your space the way you’ve always wanted to. Featuring 11 hours of content on daylight rendering, flipping and fixing furniture, sustainable living, and more, this bundle is sure to make your living space a dream.

Inside you’ll find swanky features

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Moreland Hills home is a testament to 1990s design: House of the Week

MORELAND HILLS, Ohio — The arches, glass block and minimalist exterior give it away immediately: 30 Easton Lane was built in the 1990s. The home is truly a product of its time, yet it’s unlike anything you’ve seen before.

On the outside, the massive 7,455 sq. ft. structure resembles two modernist barns joined together by a trio of silos. Inside, there are 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

“This home has the wow factor,” says Howard Hanna agent Adam Kaufman, who has the property listed for $1,175,000.

The home’s striking design extends into the interior. Walk through the front doors into the dramatic two-story entryway. From there, it’s few steps to the open-concept main living area, which includes an aptly-named great room, updated kitchen and glass-walled dining room. The entire space is ideal for entertaining, boasting high ceilings, hardwood floors, a fireplace, plenty of wall space to showcase your art collection

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Finger Lakes hotel The Lake House on Canandaigua designed like “a beloved family home”

The founders of design house The Brooklyn Home Company have created a hotel in New York‘s Finger Lakes region that draws on their summers growing up on Canandaigua Lake.



a living room filled with furniture and a fire place sitting in a chair: Lake House on Canandaigua hotel by Studio Tack and the Brooklyn Home Company


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Lake House on Canandaigua hotel by Studio Tack and the Brooklyn Home Company

The Lake House on Canandaigua is named after its location on one of the 11 long and narrow lakes that form the region aptly named the Finger Lakes.



a room with a fireplace: Above: a monolithic wood reception desk anchors the hotel lobby. Top image: The Lake House on Canandaigua is designed with an ambiguous style


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Above: a monolithic wood reception desk anchors the hotel lobby. Top image: The Lake House on Canandaigua is designed with an ambiguous style

The brother and sister founders of The Brooklyn Home Company, whose family previously owned a motor-lodge on the same plot, enlisted New York-based Studio Tack to work on a new project to reinvigorate the site.

“We wanted to create something special for the community and also something

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10 interior design trends which could boost your house value by thousands

Photo credit: Carolyn Barber
Photo credit: Carolyn Barber

From Country Living

The interior design trends which could help to boost the value of your property by thousands has been revealed in a new study — and the much-loved Scandinavian style has taken the winning spot.

Mortgage comparison website, Bankrate, entered the biggest interior design styles into Zoopla’s property search tool to calculate average house prices in England for each style, and uncover how much each one could add to the value of a home.

While Scandi style unsurprisingly came out on top (it was also named the top interior trend for 2020), other trends in the top 10 include farmhouse, rustic, vintage and bohemian.

“With the UK housing market beginning to reopen for business, buying and selling a home has hit the headlines across the world,” explains Bankrate. “With so many properties coming back onto the market, there has never been a better

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