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Dura Supreme cabinetry library in Heritage Paint. Gray home office and library with shabby Chic decor, rustic pray Heritage Paint shelving and distressed wood floors. Whole-Home Makeover! A multi-room makeover of this Michigan home called for the design expertise of Lindsey Markel at Dillman & Upton, Inc of Rochester, MI to bring together a stunning whole-home interior that blended purposeful functionality with cohesive architectural design… Read more on the Dura Supreme Blog

Dura Supreme cabinetry library in Heritage Paint. Gray home office and library with shabby Chic decor, rustic pray Heritage Paint shelving and distressed wood floors. Whole-Home Makeover! A multi-room makeover of this Michigan home called for the design expertise of Lindsey Markel at Dillman & Upton, Inc of Rochester, MI to bring together a stunning whole-home interior that blended purposeful functionality with cohesive architectural design… Read more on the Dura Supreme Blog

Composition of design elements and principles... Line, proportion, asymmetry, scale is brilliant

Composition of design elements and principles... Line, proportion, asymmetry, scale is brilliant

Chic first floor home office features floor to ceiling white built-in shelves, cabinets and drawers illuminated by a white frosted glass jar lantern.

Chic first floor home office features floor to ceiling white built-in shelves, cabinets and drawers illuminated by a white frosted glass jar lantern.

Extracted from Modern Retro: From Rustic to Urban, Classic to Contemporary  by Caroline Clifton-Mogg, published by Jacqui Small (£30)  The village of Lyons-la-Forêt, one of the most beautiful in Normandy,  revels in a surfeit of charming, seventeenth-century, half-timbered, pink  brick houses. Cyrille and Julie Viard’s plan was to reinterpret the genre –  adding a touch of industrial fantasy to the traditional charm.  In front of the wisteria-covered old farmhouse are metal chairs and a…

Extracted from Modern Retro: From Rustic to Urban, Classic to Contemporary by Caroline Clifton-Mogg, published by Jacqui Small (£30) The village of Lyons-la-Forêt, one of the most beautiful in Normandy, revels in a surfeit of charming, seventeenth-century, half-timbered, pink brick houses. Cyrille and Julie Viard’s plan was to reinterpret the genre – adding a touch of industrial fantasy to the traditional charm. In front of the wisteria-covered old farmhouse are metal chairs and a…