Every Room in This 115-Year-Old House Has Been Transformed With Colorful DIY Paint
Our home is our sanctuary and an extension of the people (and pups) that live in it. Being in self isolation has taught us how important it is to create a space you truly enjoy being in. Our house is full of color and pattern and things that bring a smile to our face, so it is really hard to be sad here..
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Anyone would agree that 2020 has been an extraordinary—as in literally beyond ordinary—year so far. In the U.S., it’s been weird, painful, scary, hopeful, and a myriad of other adjectives. In many ways, it’s been a year like no other we’ve had before. It’s also been a year of having to face decades- (and centuries-)long issues that have never been resolved..
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Prepare yourselves for another summer of pure joy, thanks to NBC's Making It.
The delightful reality competition show is returning for a third go at finding the next Master Maker, led by hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman, and it'll be here sooner than you might think, returning on June 24 at 8 p.m.
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You may know her for the "Rani Chair" that had 1,500 pompoms and golden leaf legs or her whimsical floral prints on Spoon Flower.
Louisville resident Kaviya Ravi is the owner of online shop Khromophilia and a contestant on season three of NBC's "Making It," hosted by Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman.
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Kaviya Ravi had just put the finishing touches on an eye-catching display inside the windows at Anthropologie, the fashion and home decor store in Oxmoor Mall, when a co-worker poked her head in and suggested Ravi try out for a television show called "Making It."
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