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Top Event Picks at DesignPhiladelphia 2014

The DesignPhiladelphia Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary October 9th through 17th, and it has packed over 120 events, exhibits, demonstrations, and panels into just […]

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First Friday Picks: Joshua Scott Albert’s Exhibition Debut, New Work from Ted Walsh, and More

Tomorrow is First Friday, which means the art world of Old City opens its doors to the public for a night of gallery-hopping and exhibit […]

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DesignPhiladelphia Special VIP Offer!

That’s right — if you register today for Property’s event at DesignPhiladelphia, you can get a front-row seat for FREE. Let me explain. For the […]

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DesignPhiladelphia’s Kickoff Party Is Coming Up!

DesignPhiladelphia, whose 2014 schedule is out now, launches its festival with PopUp Place, an experiential benefit and cocktail party on October 8th. The event will include live bidding […]

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Jaw-Droppingly Beautiful Renderings

Philadelphia/L.A.-based landscape design firm OLIN not only opened Dilworth Park last week but also unveiled its proposed plans for San Francisco’s New Presidio Parklands project. […]

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The DesignPhiladelphia 2014 Schedule Is Out!

The schedule is now online for the city’s incredibly fun and diverse design festival, which is back for its 10th year. Starting October 9th, there’ll […]

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Monday Obsession: Groundwork’s Root Base Table

Before you know it, Shoppists, we’ll be in the throes of fall and winter (or, the more aptly titled “human hibernation season”). And those hermit-like habits that come […]

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5 Hilariously Snarky Design Blogs That Will Make You Feel Better About Your Plain, Normal House

There’s a very specific sort of hate-reading that has nothing to do with checking out your sworn enemy’s Facebook statuses or scrolling through the site of a blogger […]

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Parc Rittenhouse Condo: Can We Keep the Blue Sofa?

We love this condo, of course. Parc is lovely. The amenities (24-hour doorman; pool; gym; etc.) are terrific. The views are great. The location couldn’t […]

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On the Market: Danny Seo’s Bucks County Stunner

Photo via Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Reading, Pa. native Danny Seo is a male, environmentally conscious Martha Stewart — if Martha Stewart were busier than she […]

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PHOTOS: Paper Dresses Work the Runway at Tabu

Last night Tabu played host to the Paper Dress Competition, a contest (that was not presented by Josh Schonewolf, oddly enough) that benefitted locally based cancer- and […]

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A Swoon-Worthy Garden and Patio in New Hope

At first, Sally Weisman did not want to move. She’d been living in Princeton, New Jersey for 13 years in a beautiful home. She was […]

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Terrific Villanova Home With Oddly Purple Screening Room

Talk about a study in contrasts: Outside, this lovely home on winding Greenbrier Drive passes for a traditional Main Line residence, one you can easily […]

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Local Designers Named Finalists in Martha Stewart Design Competition

You’ve probably seen Eric Fausnacht and Christopher Kline around town at a street fair or weekend arts market. The duo have made a business—called Eric & Christopher—out of […]

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Habitat: Colonial-Era Farmhouse in Chester Heights

Erin Cochran said it was her husband who first fell in love with their three-bedroom Delco farmhouse. “I can’t say that I did at first,” […]