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Why We Love a Small Loveseat

While small loveseats offer a good excuse for an intimate seating arrangement (which is how they earned their name), they also make for a charming addition to just about any space—especially the living room. Originally designed in the 17th century to accommodate women sporting enormous hoop skirts, loveseats are wider than a typical armchair and
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Vincent van Gogh Had Three Fascinating Sisters You Never Knew About

Vincent van Gogh is probably best known for three things: his art; a struggle with mental health issues; and a close relationship with a loyal sibling, which was maintained largely through letters. For Vincent, those three facts took the form of awe-inducing canvases, a tragic suicide, and an art dealer brother by the name of
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Prince Philip’s Legacy Includes a Deep Appreciation for the English Landscape

Growing frustrated with the lack of growth, Philip called in truffle experts from Italy to assist him. He finally succeeded in 2018, becoming, what is believed to be, the first person to successfully harvest black diamond truffles in Britain. The fungus sell at almost $90 an ounce, but the prince wasn’t in it for the
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The Groovy New Paris Office of a Creative Agency Features a Chic Indoor Swimming Pool

Tired of their Paris apartments, colleagues at the creative agency Al Dente were recently delighted to find refuge in the company’s fashionable new headquarters. (And while the city is now under its latest lockdown order, they are no doubt eager to return.) Why? The nearly 3,800-square-foot space, which brims with boutique hotel vibes, hints at
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What Lies Behind Justina Blakeney’s Success?

Become an AD PRO Member Buy now for unlimited access and all of the benefits that only members get to experience. Arrow Design entrepreneur Justina Blakeney is in the news again with the forthcoming launch of Jungalow: Decorate Wild, due out on April 6 from Abrams. The new book follows the success of Blakeney’s best-selling
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A Bidding War Is Brewing for David Wallace’s Mansion From The Office

It was an honor to be invited to the home of chief financial officer David Wallace—who was played by actor Andy Buckley—so much that not even all the employees of Dunder Mifflin from the beloved TV series The Office got to go. Now imagine having the chance to own it. The huge six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion
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As the Housing Supply Hits a Record Low, Is There Anything Left to Buy?

The early days of COVID-19 and the massive economic and logistical challenges it posed could have really affected the real estate market. But the opposite has proven true: 2020 saw a buying frenzy from coast to coast, with vacation towns as well as urban centers experiencing a surge in demand that often pushed offers well
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Pedestrian Plazas Continue Transformation of West Harlem’s Factory District

A three-block public greenway is the latest addition to the planned reimagining of West Harlem by Janus Property Company. Stretching from West 125th Street to 128th Street on Amsterdam Avenue, the pedestrian path and recreation area will connect the renovated factories that make up the Manhattanville Factory District, Patch.com reported, and was made possible by
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