Interior designer shares best Target home decor for March

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Rework your current layout by integrating this minimalist, wooden armchair.

This armchair is both trendy and functional.


Newhart told Insider that this tufted, wooden armchair is trendy and affordable. With neutral tones and clean lines, it can seamlessly and functionally integrate into almost any living room. 

“It’s also upholstered, because after a year at home, if there is one thing we know well, it’s comfort,” Newhart said. 

She added that this chair can also help to slightly rework your current furniture layout so your space can feel fresh after all this time at home.

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2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS Interior Design Gets Unraveled in Style-Driven Teaser

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And we’re not going to deal with the little things, such as the recently introduced EQA compact crossover. Instead, the company is going for the head (Thor/Thanos pun intended) of the premium segment, as it has already programmed the EQS and EQE in sport utility guise for production at the Tuscaloosa, Alabama factory starting from 2022.

Before those two models arrive, though, we still need to check out the EQS luxury sedan first. The not-so classic but oh so classy sedan that should deliver a much-needed response to the successful Porsche Taycan isn’t out and about just yet, as Mercedes-Benz

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Skoda Kushaq Shows Youthful Interior In Official Design Sketches

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Skoda has officially shown us then interior of the Kushaq, its new small crossover destined for India, by previewing it in two design sketches.

Despite being unrelated to the Kamiq sold in Europe, it has a similar dashboard panel, with a central line running across its entire width.

It also incorporates a freestanding infotainment screen up to 10 inches in diagonal in the middle, while the section under it was shaped to mimic the contour of the grille. Below the middle air vents, it hosts a panel of buttons, right above the HVAC controls, as well as two USB sockets.

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Ornate Stuy Heights Limestone With Wood-Filled Interior, Working Dumbwaiter Asks $2.75 Million

Practically bursting at the seams with details, this 1890s Stuyvesant Heights beauty is sure to appeal to lovers of Gilded Age interiors. Elaborate woodwork, pier mirrors, a columned divider with stained glass, mantels, pocket doors, built-ins and a working dumbwaiter are just a few of the details to be found inside.

Designed by 19th century Swedish architect Magnus Dahlander, the limestone at 242 Decatur Street in the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District is one of row of houses that contain some of the most lush interiors in the neighborhood. Constructed by developer Eli H. Bishop between 1894 and 1897, the 25

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Take a peek at our Japanese interiors moodboard on Pinterest

‘To build a Japanese home, we first open an umbrella to create shade over the location, and in the dim light of that shadow we construct our house,’ Jun’ichirō Tanizaki writes in his seminal collection, In Praise of Shadows.

Ruminating on the character of the Japanese aesthetic, Tanizaki reasons that if the Japanese house is an umbrella (shunning sunlight and embracing the warmth of shadows with its deep eaves) then the Western house is a hat – one with ‘as small a visor as possible to permit the sunlight to reach far beneath the eaves.’

Tanizaki was writing in

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Local woman fulfills dream of opening her own interior design shop

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — On the last day of Black History Month, Portia Smith is celebrating the soon-to-be opening of her interior design shop in the Market Common.

“It feels good. It feels really good. To have a vision in your head, to come up with a concept, and then see it play out, it’s a surreal type of feeling,” Portia Smith, Owner of Pink Sheep Interiors said.

Smith’s shop combines her two passions, interior design, and animals so items for sale include furniture, art, dog apparel, treats, and items.

“My style is universal and I like that. That

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