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Michelle Lynne
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I create glamorously functional spaces for busy professionals.
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It's Monday morning! Are you looking for a little pick me up? I was and hence today's blog is about how to do just that:
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Who knew there were so many decisions when selecting a couch?!
Thinking of a new custom sofa for your home? There's more to it than just comfort. You probably know that choosing a pretty fabric is in the cards, but did you know that there can literally be dozens of decisions to make before a new sofa is ready to be delivered? Here is a step-by-step guide to learning the lingo and building your dream sofa:
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Do you crave validation? Today's #LivingByDesign  blog post encourages breaking out of that trap:
It is a sad fact, but our society is very judgmental. Not so motivational for a Monday is it? But hang in there with me, because I encourage you to live the life YOU design and live for yourself.
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We can all use a little more #kindness in our lives. Today's #LivingByDesign  blog shares how...take a moment to read and then pass it on.
Living By Design is all about being intentional and today's Monday Motivation is a focus on kindness. The world needs more kindness and each of us can contribute.
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Today's #LivigyByDesign   #MondayMotivation  blog posts honors friendship - 
Today's Living By Design Monday Motivation post is in honor of my closest friends, one of whom is having a birthday this week, as well as all of the women I am blessed to work with. I hope each of you are fortunate to have a small handful of people you can call Frien
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Let me shed a little "light" on what is going on with our design studio in today's "New Office Journal" blog post: 
one of the intentions of our new studio is to draw the eye in from the front windows. So I wanted some lighting I could leave on and catch the attention from the street / parking lot / outer space. So I selected...
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This is brilliant. 
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Dbl brillant, now where do I them? And thank for sharing.
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This is great information for anybody assuming that stain looks the same on any wood.
 
Below is a photo of the same stain applied to different woods.  Can you believe how different they all look?  Starting from the top, the woods are: maple, white oak, cherry, alder, red cedar and rustic hickory. - See more at: http://returnoninteriors.com/blog#sthash.uxCEsuHE.dpuf
Selecting Cabinetry -Wood If you are staining cabinets, you will see the wood more clearly than if you are painting cabinets. All woods have a different texture, color and durability. When selecting you will focus on type, color and grain. Some wood is... #cabinetry #cabinets #concretecountertops
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Patience is a key ingredient to any design or renovation project...and I'm reminded of that in my New Office Journal: 
In any renovation, design or construction project, patience is a key element of the process. I'm reminded of this because I am patiently (and sometimes not-so-patiently) waiting on my built in cabinets and design work desk.
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I'm not really one for DIY, but I ventured out of my comfort zone and it was well worth it...in fact, the final product is on display in the new design studio: 
When I first started the idea of my new office / studio space, I started collecting ideas on THIS Pinterest board and these shelves were one of the original pins. You can tell because it's towards the very bottom of the brainstorming board. I just loved the functional glamour these shelves offered.
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Wondering how to make your office kitchen glamorously functional? Check out the progression of what we did in our design studio: 
We are down to the last details of our New Office Journal, so watch for more posts than usual in the coming weeks! And I love a good kitchen design so that's today's topic. Fortunately, we had enough space in our new studio without having to blow out any load bearing walls to create a cozy space for entertaining - or just stepping away from the desk. We are down to the final elements.
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Great experience with AC Executives - they were able to assist us quickly and were very responsive. We will definitely be calling them whenever we have a need!
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