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Who says form has to follow function? While the maxim might guide modernist architecture or industrial design, designer Fifi Lugo needed a little more leeway to develop a design concept for a hardworking home office in Glendale. “We didn’t want it to feel like an office,” she explains. So often, the home office winds up being too much “office” and not enough “home.” The uninspired cure is to hide a cluttered study behind closed doors and call it a day. 

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Once owned by the French fur trader Jules DeMun and established in the 1920s, the neighborhood of DeMun is known for its historic buildings and classic charm. These factors attracted Mark and Stephanie to the neighborhood, but the fixer-upper they found sealed the deal. Working closely with designer Mimi Pultman of Mimi Pultman Interiors, they updated a home to fit their needs and style.

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Lighting is a key element in any bathroom. Illuminate your space while adding a fun punch of style with a bold bath sconce.

1. Athena sconce, by Arteriors, available at Design & Detail.

2. Celesse, by Hubbardton Forge, available at Metro Lighting.

3. Gramercy double sconce, by Visual Comfort & Co., available at Brody's.

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Dark, dramatic floral prints are in! Perfect for a powder room or feature wall, these striking prints add texture and make a statement in a room while maintaining a feminine flair.

1. Delft flower charcoal wallpaper, by Designers Guild, available at Design & Detail.

2. Celestial black floral wallpaper, by Brewster Wallcovering, available at The Fabric Co.

3. Chiang Mai dragon, by Schumacher, available at The Great Cover-Up.

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