The 2013 Design Awards

When it comes to interior design, these are the best of the best. Ready to be inspired? Read on, and enjoy.

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2013 Winner

Design: Living Room


Room to Relax — Thanks to  clean lines and neutral palette, this room has a cool and cozy atmosphere.


One

Mix texture and pattern. “We paired fabulous lamb’s wool pillows with wicker baskets and antique furniture,” Taylor says.


Two

Skip the drapes or blinds. Sometimes it’s best to leave back-facing windows bare.


Three

Layer in collected items, such as books, sculptures, picture frames and other odds and ends

Resource Listing

Furniture
Obelisk Home
214 W. Phelps St.,
Springfield, 417-616-6488,
obeliskhome.com

Decorative Paint
Brad Ball with Ball Painting
Nixa
417-880-4369

Photos by Randy Colwell

 

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