If you’re tired of tapestries, taxidermy and other crafty kitsch that have taken over mass retail, you’re not alone. The defining design trend of the past five years—a feminine mix of California bohemian and mid-century modern that’s ubiquitous on blogs and Instagram—may have crested.
Bathroom makeovers are big news these days. As a homeowner, you’ll find that a great bathroom remodel adds pizzazz as well as comfort and functionality to “the facilities.” But once the plumbing update has been accomplished successfully, the walls have been painted and the tile has been laid, you may find that you still want a little something more.
Deanne Bridenstine wants to make your life easier. To do that, Bridenstine (a 2016 Most Eligible Single) is the owner of two businesses, Pure Design, an interior design company, and Tailored Living, which specializes in custom closet, storage and organization spaces.
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