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What We Loved This Week

What We Loved from Around the Web… 

Peter Dunham, Meg Braff, and more top designers show off their skills in the latest Kips Bay Palm Beach Show House.

Classic glamour awaits those who stay at Spain’s gorgeous Finca Cortesin hotel.

A garden in the mountains of Wales is made all the more beautiful by a dusting of snow.

Inside a creative couple’s fashion-forward New York apartment.

The foodie’s rules for throwing a successful Super Bowl party.

Neutral hues and natural textures fill this Connecticut living room, decorated by One Kings Lane Interior Design. Photo by Cheng Lin.

Neutral hues and natural textures fill this Connecticut living room, decorated by One Kings Lane Interior Design. Photo by Cheng Lin.

What We’ve Been Up To… 

We’re thrilled to unveil our newest One Kings Lane Interior Design project: a light and airy living room fashioned for a young family in Connecticut. To see more of what we’ve been up to, peruse our archive of projects here. A few favorites: our space in a New York designer show house, a small studio apartment for a young professional, and a brand-new room for a Los Angeles power couple.

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Photo by Lesley Unruh.

Photo by Lesley Unruh.

A Parting Piece of Knowledge…

Celebrated for their rich hues and intricate designs, Persian rugs are steeped in tradition and represent some of the oldest types of carpets in the world. Dominant hues tend toward reds and other jewel tones, and weaving patterns typically feature geometric motifs and framed borders. These rugs were highly valued by ancient Persian rulers; Cyrus the Great’s tomb is said to have been covered in Persian rugs, and other leaders were credited with fostering new styles and turning Persia into a major player in the global rugs market. Today, designers rely on them to add a sense of history to traditional and modern spaces alike.

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