How Merlot Can You Go? 8 Enticing Ways With Wine-Inspired Hues

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Resource Library | Preview 7 Tips for Selecting a Window Frame Color | Milgard Windows & Doors

Milgard asked me to write a guide for their website on how to select a window frame color. You can download the guide from their website, or click here to read it. 

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10 Great Places for Rich Fall Colors Year-Round

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Cool Color Palettes: Enviable Green and Blue Spaces

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Not too bright but also not a pastel, a “duck egg” blue hue works well in a bedroom or bathroom—in spaces where you want to feel relaxed and soothed. It also looks great in modern kitchens in hot climates, paired with cool neutral shades of gray to black. 

Full article at Houzz.com: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/29844836/list/Duck-Egg-Blue—the-Friendliest-Color-Around

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Redesigning The Paint Can To Save Millions Of Gallons Of Paint That The Boring Old Design Wastes

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Are You Relocation Ready?

Declutter … then declutter some more. Even though sorting through possessions before a move may seem overwhelming, the last thing you want to do in your new residence is to spend countless amounts of time unpacking items you no longer use, says Jennifer Ott, owner/designer at Jennifer Ott Interior 
Design in Austin, Texas. 

Ott, who has relocated repeatedly because of her husband’s career in academia and is ramping up for a move to San Francisco this summer, recommends the tried-and-true method of purging items that have sat in a box or remain unused for a year or longer. “Is this something I can easily and … affordably purchase again in the future if I suddenly need it? If yes, I’ll sell or donate the item,” she adds.

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I’m the client now

We’re about to close on a charming small Victorian fixer-upper in San Francisco, so I’ve been auditioning possible material options, including these lovely tiles from Fireclay that just arrived today. I want a single color backsplash, but am having a tough time deciding…from left to right we have: Lagoon, Turquoise, Spruce, Limon, and Chartreuse. Countertop will likely be a light-to-medium gray quartz or possibly a honed natural stone, if I can find a slab we dig. 

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Jennifer Ott Design Featured in Austin Home Magazine’s “21 Cool Kitchens” Issue

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Quizz: What Color Should Your Front Door Be?

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