When artist Aaron Foster first laid eyes on the 1950s ranch-style rental property, he ignored its dated decor and inefficient space plan, instead envisioning how he could use each section for his specific day-to-day needs. The area around the fireplace would be ideal for a three-seater sofa, a pair of club chairs and a rectangular coffee table, which would create a lounge space for client consultations.
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A traveling publicist incorporates bold shades of purple and boutique hotel design into her master bedroom makeover.
Traveling publicist Meghann Gibbons brings her love for boutique hotels to a master bedroom makeover that's bold and trendy.
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