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knobs or hanCles, says
hlelanie Coddington cf
Ccddingtnn Design, in
San Francisco, "lt gives
fur-niture a custom look
without the elevated
pr"ice tag. l'm always on
the lookout for" gor-geous
vintage hardware" l'll even
byy a big flea mqrket
piece just for" its knobsl"
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Le* the ffimon do the tmHkfing lnrroduce
an oversize graphic to a monochromatic space
with a bold rug, says Los Angeles designer Mary
McDonald. Want to make your own pattern? Paint
Octopus pull, Bauerware, $39; bauerware
H
.com. Green glass pull, Restoration
ardware, $r5; restoratio n hardware.com.
an eye-catching geometric shape on a wood floor or sisal
rug as McDonald did in the navy room above. Read more
smarttips in her just-published book, Mary McDonald
lnteriors: The Allure of Style ($SS; amazon.com).
Blue porcelain
vases, M idd le
Kingdom,
$r
B-$6o;
Boo-56o -2t46.
Fashion
a esfrorful
stifl Iife
Build a visually
stunning vignette
using an assortment
of objects in one color.
'A group of items in
different shapes and
heights adds a pop of
color in a neutral space,"
says Atlanta designer
Suzanne Kasler (see
her own vintage-glass
arrangement, far left).
Your collection can
be made up of fleamarket finds or modern
choices-it's the single
color that makes the
cohesive statement.

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