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Your bathroom is one of the most private areas of your home, and that's why it should be a space you enjoy spending time in. So to help jumpstart your bathroom decorating endeavors, we dug through our stash of house tours and gathered some of the most brilliant bathroom design ideas we could find. From swing-arm sconces to statement mirrors, here are 25 foolproof bathroom design ideas that will make

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Name: Allison Sparkuhl and a cat, Veda Location: San Francisco, California Size: 400 square feet Years lived in: 2.5 years, renting Just about three years ago, my cat, Veda, and I lugged our stuff to San Francisco from NYC. After 12 years in one city, you don't realize how much you accumulate! I used the opportunity to purge and really "KonMari" my life into things around me that truly made me happy.

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On January 1, anything seems possible. A brand new year is a clean slate and an enticing opportunity to embark on ambitious goals. Unfortunately, we all know that a few weeks or even days later most New Year's resolutions usually fall by the wayside—but maybe 2019 can be different. Instead of tripping up on your lofty New Year's resolutions, why not be proactive and book a trip that will help you

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Name: Elizabeth Mahon Location: Union Market neighborhood — Washington, D.C. Size: 540 square feet Years lived in: 1.5 years, renting I live alone, but my boyfriend spends most of his time at my place. We both love design and thankfully have really similar taste. He also does a really good job of reminding me to scale it back when I'm getting a little too crazy and want to buy everything—ha! When I moved it

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In terms of cameras, 2018 was the year of the Leica M. Over the last year, the iconic rangefinder has been repeatedly reimagined, culminating in cameras that are textured, quiet, and even collectible. In addition to updating the older model, however, the Leica brand has also transformed it into a toy fit for photographers and LEGO lovers alike. The new Leica M LEGO sets pair the classic look of a Leica M with the

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Emily Macdonald-Korth, an art conservator in New York, thought she was going in for a routine forensic job last month when a client asked her to confirm that the Jean-Michel Basquiat painting he owned was in fact done in 1981, as he’d been told. She planned to conduct pigment and elemental analyses, take technical photographs, and look at the picture under UV and infrared lights. It was all checking out normally

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