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We’re wrapping up another successful Modernism Week filled with tours, films, lectures and more. Palm Springs’ annual Modernism Week recently brought thousands of Mid-century Modern enthusiasts together to celebrate this highly distinctive style. The annual event fosters greater appreciation for Mid-century Modern design, architecture, art, fashion, culture and —… Read More about Modernism Week 2018 Recap

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When it comes to products and services, phrases like “environmentally-friendly” and “sustainable” have been knocking at our collective consumer consciousness for years but, perhaps today more than ever, companies and governments are embracing these values as guiding principles in their work. Read More about Climate + Color: Can Paint, Architecture and Design Reverse Climate Change?

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​Hidden away among the foliage of the Venice Canals in southern California sets a 1924 Craftsman cottage. Read More about The Tiny Canal Cottage™: A Mini-Kitchen Makeover

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Cortney is part of blogging duo called A Whimsy Wonderland, where she and best friend Jenna Stocks share their colorful daily adventures in and around Los Angeles. A Whimsy Wonderland posts showcase the pair’s love of color, something Cortney’s kitchen was lacking. Read More about Kitchen Goes from Drab to Whimsical with a Fresh Coat of Paint

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When house guests come to visit the new home of Sub Folk Collective’s Steven Miller in Los Angeles’s Echo Park neighborhood, he’ll offer them more than just a spare bed to crash in. This is the second guest bedroom Miller designed using Dunn-Edwards paints. Read More about Echo Park Guest Bedroom Invites Light and Creative Energy