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Q&A with the Property Brothers

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On April 24-26, Phoenix welcomes the Maricopa County Home and Landscape Show--and returning guests, HGTV's Property Brothers. Drew and Jonathan Scott will host “A Lesson in Style: Making Every Penny Count” on Saturday, April 25 from 12 to 1 p.m. To whet your whistle for a little home design and renovation talk now, AZFoothills.com got to chat with Property Brothers prior to their visit to the home and landscape show.

 

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Master Bedroom Design Tips: The Headboard

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Looking to revamp your bedroom? Wall colors, bedding, and room decoartions are always a great idea, but don’t overlook the obvious. Headboards can provide a major impact when it comes to redoing your private master room space. Don’t look at them as a boring piece of necessary furniture but rather as a creative platform for your room. Here are 4 reasons from La Maison Interiors of why you should pay more attention to your headboard and what it can offer you.

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Facings of America: What a Finish!

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If your home’s tile and stone finishes aren’t outstanding, your home isn’t finished.

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The Latest in Wine Storage

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The team at Affinity Kitchens is often asked to integrate wine storage into the kitchens they design. Sub-Zero is a favorite choice for wine preservation, not only because their appliances look great with any design style, but because they also offer better protection from wine's biggest enemies:

1. Heat: Sub-Zero maintains wine’s temperature within 1 degree of set point.

2. Vibration: new racks are designed for a better look...

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Four Tips to Staying Up to Date with The Color of the Year

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It seems a bit surprising with the move towards contemporary design that a red-wine hue would be the color of the year. Pantone declared that tone, Marsala, the omniscient color for all design for 2015. However, it can work well with contemporary design. When designing or creatively changing areas of your home, consider these four tips to staying up to date with The Color of the Year.

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