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Modern Monday: Doing White Right

We love the modern look of clean, white walls. But too much white can make a space seem cold, sterile and uninviting. That’s why this apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, appealed to us so much. The designer brought warmth to the rooms with wood floors and wood facings in the kitchen. Notice on the back wall in this photo how the white tile is complemented with grey grout – another subt...
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New Options for Contemporary Looks

Contemporary style is hot — and homeowners looking for fresh new options for a contemporary design need look no further than Marvin. Our expanded contemporary window and door options offer style for any home. And like all Marvin windows and doors, our contemporary styles are Built Around You, meaning we can meet virtually any demands to give you exactly what you want. There are many ...
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Wow! Look at These Modern Kitchens

If you love the modern look, these kitchens will start you dreaming. Clean, sophisticated — even severe, perhaps. But certainly unlike any designs you’ve ever seen. Personally, we love them. And if you’re a fan of modern design, you’ll also appreciate the new contemporary designs from Marvin Windows and Doors. With new hardware and finish options to complement their...
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Connecting Indoors and Outdoors

Farmhouse Entry with Marvin Clad Outswing French Doors by Nick Noyes Architecture One of the hottest trends in the home industry is blurring the line between indoors and outdoors. Luxurious decks, sliding doors and large expanses of glass are in high demand as homeowners seek spaces that transition seamlessly from indoors to out. Check out this room, which virtually invites a giant palm tr...
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A Light-Filled Home

One of the biggest trends in home design over the past decade is light. Homeowners want as much natural light as they can get in their homes. Natural light makes spaces feel airier and more cheerful; it also may help those who suffer from seasonal affective disorder. Natural light also can help cut energy bills (less use of electric lights), and use the natural warmth of the sun to help he...
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This #DreamHome, tucked away in the woods of Quebec, is a modern, energy efficie...

This #DreamHome, tucked away in the woods of Quebec, is a modern, energy efficient retreat for nature lovers. http://bit.ly/1qUW8Nc

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