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Fall Textures To Try

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pumpkins as table decor

Now that Fall 2019 has officially begun, it’s time to start transforming your home from summer fun to harvest season. Here are some textures to try out this autumn!

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10 Ways To Bring in Fall

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Animal Inspired Art

With fall just around the corner, we’re ready to put away long, hot Summer days and embrace the (somewhat) cooler weather. Here’s our top ten tips to transition to autumn.

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2019 Fall Interior Design Trends

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HHC Living Portfolio

While we love highlighting interior design trends at the start of each year, there’s something about the crisp new feeling of Fall that has us checking back in on the latest trends. Grab a PSL and check out our 2019 Autumn Interior Design Trends.

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English Design Series: English Rose

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English Rose Design

We’re back with our third installment in our English Design Series and this round is going to get very, very pretty. Take a minute to catch up on our introduction along with the English Eccentric style first, then fill a vase with sweet-smelling flowers and get ready to fall in love with this romantic design style.

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English Design Series: Intro

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English Living Room

As elite interior designers in the Lubbock, Texas, area, it’s our job and our joy to stay on top of 2019 interior design trends. Some we see coming and others are a complete surprise but all are exciting. At present, we’re seeing an up-swing in English style interior design, which is timeless, tasteful, and loaded with personality.

As with American interior design styles, you cannot group English design into one box. So, we’re presenting a new series all about English design to share a closer look at various style versions, help you determine what you love (or loathe) about each look, and get you up to date on this historical and humble form of home design.

First up, a quick introduction to English Design as a whole. Pour some tea and get comfortable; the English certainly wouldn’t have it any other way.

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