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Repeated finishes unify Callum Keith Rennie's space.

Offset high ceilings with an art wall.

If privacy isn't an issue, forgo window treatments.

Put a fun spin on older furniture.

Antique pieces tie this everyday space together.

Century-old Georgian gets an eclectic update.

Oranges and reds mix in Kelvin Browne's city flat.

Create a formal-meets-fun welcome area.

Pattern underfoot adds historical flair.

A classic high-contrast kitchen.

Barbara Purdy uses grey grout to full effect.

Trim painted pale grey has a softer look than crisp white.

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