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Design Trends for 2019 – Do they fit your style?

Gun-metal gray, smoke, and greige… your time has come—and gone. It’s back to nature with warm and forest greens, live greenery, earth tones, and florals. So go the latest color palette ideas that are trending this year. Shades of gray … Continue reading

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Interior Design to Beat the Winter Blues

How do you view the transition from the holidays into the new year once the decorations and lights are tucked back into boxes in the attic or garage? Is it a letdown, or do you welcome the streamlined look? Whatever … Continue reading

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Designed for Entertaining in Every Season

Another season of holiday hosting and once again you’re hauling patio chairs and card tables from the basement, scrambling to figure out the timing of multiple dishes in and out of your old oven, and chilling beverages in a cooler … Continue reading

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The Business of Renting Your Vacation Home

Depending on the desirability of your vacation property, it could generate enough income to pay the mortgage for much of the year or cover property taxes if you rent it out during peak seasons. Does this sound like an opportunity? … Continue reading

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Winter’s Coming. Start Making Your Home Cozier Now!

Jack Frost has just started prowling the pumpkin patches here and there which means now’s the time to prepare for winter’s snow and ice. That includes scheduling any remodeling projects to button your home up tight. Do you have major … Continue reading

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Late Summer is Outdoor Space Planning Time

By now, your garden may be looking a little disheveled, bedraggled, brown or burnt. “The bloom is off the rose,” which makes this a good time to take a thoughtful look at your garden, patio and plantings, and picture how … Continue reading

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Designed to Be Cool

Many people escape the steamy South for the cool mountains in the summer, but sometimes, such as this year, even Northern New England feels the heat. It’s especially tough because many Granite Staters don’t have air conditioning. But you don’t … Continue reading

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Design Your Commercial Space to Grow Business!

We all know how important first impressions are, and when you own a business or run a company, the stakes are even higher—and potentially more valuable. A welcoming and well-designed corporate headquarters, professional office, retail or manufacturing space is an … Continue reading

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Building on Hope – for and with the Concord Community

Building on Hope, based in Concord, NH is an organization of volunteers including builders, designers, architects and suppliers who renovate buildings for nonprofits. 3W design, inc. was invited to be a part of the round-the-clock work on the Crisis Center … Continue reading

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From 3 Season Camp to Luxury Getaway

Everything old is new again! One of the real estate trends here in New Hampshire is rehabbing old cabins and cottages on the big lakes and turning them into luxurious all-season getaways. Working with a designer, you can retain the … Continue reading

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