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Nov 17

Two Creative Friends Share a Sunny, Soothing Brooklyn Walk-Up — House Tour

Name: Mecca Williams and Ashley Isokpehi
Location: Bed-Stuy — Brooklyn, New York
Size: 950 square feet
Years lived in: 2 years, renting

Longtime friends Mecca and Ashley planned on living together well before Ashley moved to New York. After a long and tedious search, they found a perfect sun-filled spot in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The two creatives worked hard to develop an aesthetic that blends their tastes. The style destination they arrived at is a soothing, plant-filled space that draws inspiration from Nigeria and Jamaica.

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Oct 17

A Real Estate Agent Turns a Blank Slate into an Earthy, Eclectic Bachelor Pad — House Tour

Name: George Morgan
Location: West Loop — Chicago, Illinois
Size: 1,150 square feet
Years lived in: 2 years, owned

George Morgan saw a lot of homes before he finally found his perfect Chicago bachelor pad. As a real estate agent, he knew what was out there, and he also knew what he wanted: to be in the heart of the young, vibrant, food-centric West Loop neighborhood, big windows on a corner unit that allowed him to feel connected to the outdoors, and a blank slate for him to explore and discover his own style.

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Oct 17

An '80s Memphis Group-Inspired Apartment in Montreal — House Tour

Name: Stefano Giacomello
Location: Outremont, Montreal
Size: 600 square feet
Years lived in: 1 year, renting

Stefano is a 3D artist and designer with a great eye for home decor and spatial planning. And his style is influenced considerably by the ’80s and a love for graphic lines and vibrant colors. Although Stefano’s apartment is on the small side, every item has its own place.

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Sep 17

A Modern & Rustic Family Home in Michigan — House Tour

Name: Lauren Wilson
Location: Farmington Hills, Michigan
Size: 1,850 square feet
Years lived in: 5 years, owned

Interior designer — and mom to three kids — Lauren Wilson says it’s hard to believe that she’s been in her family home for five years. When she moved in, she envisioned an open space that she and her husband could create and build on their own. However, the space was anything but the open-concept she dreamed about. “We knew that we had a long road ahead, but went through with it anyways,” she says. She knew that they would have to bust through three rooms to create the big open space they desired. For Lauren, it was necessary for the growing family.

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