Materials Matter Episode 1

Do you cringe at the thought of wallpaper? Well, it's come a long way since the 1970s, and offers a quick option for adding color and fun to any space. Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton uses wall coverings to create a special "surprise for the eye," especially in unexpected places like ceilings and task rooms. 

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MATERIALS MATTER EPISODE 2

Countertops are more than just an afterthought. We work on them, eat off them, and they represent some of the most vital surfaces in our homes. Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton likes to start with countertops and create an entire palette of ideas from there. 

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Materials Matter Episode 3

Fabrics are one of the first design elements that interior designer Anne-Marie Barton uses to gauge what her clients like and to help decipher their design style. Watch as Anne-Marie gives you a tour of her own home and client projects, sharing her favorite fabric selections and the three elements that she always keeps in mind: color harmony, texture and pattern rapport.

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Materials Matter Episode 4

Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton introduces a design element with a lot of pull. Cabinetry hardware acts as the final signature on a piece of furniture and, just like choosing the perfect shoe to complete an outfit, there are lots of options and opportunities to get creative. 

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Materials Matter Episode 5

Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton believes that decorative lighting is one of our greatest accessories. No other element in the home can provide warmth and create the same cozy atmosphere. Join Anne-Marie as she shares her own vintage-mixed-with-modern style through a variety of lighting sources from outdoor sconces with major curb appeal to beautiful chandeliers, lamps, pendants and task lighting. 

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