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    The only colors you should ever use in a small space

    The best antidote for an undersize space? Rich, saturated color — and lots of it. Designers share the best hues for a tiny room.

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    Yes, 400 square feet can feel spacious. Here's how.

    Top photo stylist and head stylist at One Kings Lane, Andrew Stewart, gives eight tips that make it easy to live in one room.

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    The 2015 color trends you need to know now

    We asked 11 top designers to predict the design color trends of the upcoming year. From olive greens and bright patterns, to "Monet meets Molly Ringwald," these chic combinations may be the next big thing.

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    Bold, colorful rooms

    Take a look at these gorgeous rooms and get some inspiration for your next home design project.

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    The best hammocks for summer daydreaming

    Suspended in a gentle breeze, weightless, with one’s eyes half closed and a glass of prosecco in hand—what could be better than that?

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    Before & after: Cluttered office goes chic

    It’s hard to get any work done sitting in a space that is dark and cluttered. Such was the problem for Megan Duesterhaus of “The Homes I Have Made.”

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    Color combinations for any room

    Unsure where to go on the color wheel? Try a few of these tried-and-true color combinations for a winning look in any room of the house.

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    25 rooms transformed beyond belief

    The most amazing room makeovers we've ever seen.

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    The '90s TV-show bedrooms you wished you lived in

    Before Pinterest, teens on TV expressed personal style through their bedroom decor. These 10 rad rooms are responsible for inciting massive design envy in ‘90s kids.

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    How to quickly pick a color combination for any room

    Good color palettes start with a feeling. Before choosing a color palette for your room, decide how you want the room to feel. Once you have targeted that feeling it will be easier to choose a color palette using simple color theory. Start with the color that evokes that feeling for you and then choose from one of these three palettes.

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    Here’s how to incorporate color into your home like a designer

    Color has the ability to instantly transform the entire personality of a room. It’s the reason designers spend so much time flipping through paint wheels and swatch books. Pinpointing the perfect hue and finding the right combination can be tricky, but when you nail the ideal palette, the results are guaranteed to be dazzling. AD asked some of the top talents in design to share their personal tips for mastering the art of color—from deploying punchy brights to creating golden glows.

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    9 secrets to make a tiny space look bigger

    A small space doesn’t mean you have to be cramped. Try these nine easy room-expanding tricks to help you maximize your square footage.

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