New Design-Friendly Wall and Ceiling Mounts from Wall-Smart Debut During IBSx 2021

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Top Sea Island Luxury Interior Designer, VPI Design, Explores the Visual Impact of a Gallery Wall

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Sea Island Luxury Interior Designer, VPI Design by Dina Varner, discusses creative ways to incorporate different elements to display on a gallery wall, and its visual impact.

SEA ISLAND, GA / ACCESSWIRE / February 3, 2021 / A Gallery Wall is a curated mix of photo, print, fine art, and/or sculpture display. Additionally, lighting and wallpaper can be incorporated to enhance the wall display. The gallery wall can be personalized to showcase the personality of the homeowner, but also can tell a story via the collaboration of the elements chosen.

A gallery wall helps add style and character to a home. Breathe life into a home by selecting pieces that have meaning, and a story behind them to make the space inviting and intriguing. This display wall can add sophistication to your décor, while still expressing your interests.

Gallery walls can suit any space to create a visually immersive experience. Implement one in the foyer, kitchen, office, library room, living room, and so on. It can also provide a solution to make use of large horizontal, or vertical spaces. A

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Atlanta Luxury Interior Designer, VPI Design, Explores the Visual Impact of a Gallery Wall

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Top Luxury Atlanta Interior Designer, VPI Design by Dina Varner, discusses creative ways to incorporate different elements to display on a gallery wall, and its visual impact.

ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / February 1, 2021 / A Gallery Wall is a curated mix of photo, print, fine art, and/or sculpture display. Additionally, lighting and wallpaper can be incorporated to enhance the wall display. The gallery wall can be personalized to showcase the personality of the homeowner, but also can tell a story via the collaboration of the elements chosen.

A gallery wall helps add style and character to a home. Breathe life into a home by selecting pieces that have meaning, and a story behind them to make the space inviting and intriguing. This display wall can add sophistication to your décor, while still expressing your interests.

Gallery walls can suit any space to create a visually immersive experience. Implement one in the foyer, kitchen, office, library room, living room, and so on. It can also provide a solution to make use of large horizontal, or vertical spaces. A Gallery

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Kitchen wall tile ideas – 10 stylish looks to give you instant design inspiration

Looking for some kitchen wall tile ideas for your next project? You’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re keen to re-do your backsplash or tile your entire kitchen wall with something new, we have plenty of gorgeous ideas and advice to help you make your final decision.



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Tiles provide the perfect decor for a kitchen space. Both stylish and practical, there’s a tile out there to suit any scheme, modern or traditional, patterned or plain, bold or subtle. They’re really easy to maintain, too, making them the ideal choice for a busy family home.

  • See more: Kitchen tile ideas – instant style inspiration for floors, walls and backsplashes

‘Tiles really help to finish off a room,’ says Hamish Smith, Creative Director at Ca’ Pietra, ‘plus from a practical point, they’re great if you find you’re a messy cook!’

‘Often when it comes to using tiles in a kitchen, we find that it allows customers to really elevate their design. Whether it’s a chic marble metro tile to complement their shaker-style kitchen or a penny mosaic that really pops.’

1. Introduce subtle pattern

Wall tiles come in all shapes and sizes,

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Kitchen wall decor ideas – 11 stylish looks using paint, tiles, wallpaper and more

The veritable heart of the home, the kitchen sees a lot of action day in, day out. It’s rush hour busy every morning, it’s where meals are cooked and dishes washed in the evening, and more often than not – in this odd limbo of lockdown and stay-at-home orders – it’s where the whole family ends up repeatedly throughout the day, seven days a week.



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There’s no denying that a kitchen must be a functional space, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be stylish, too. Your existing furniture, cabinetry and appliances will usually influence the room’s decor, yet how you decorate your kitchen’s walls can enhance the space and crucially, your mood, too.

  • See more: Kitchen ideas – super stylish looks for kitchens of all sizes and shapes

‘The kitchen wall is an imposing part of any kitchen, so it needs to be beautiful, but it must be hardy. There is no getting around it, it’s going to get a bashing,’ says Rodrigo Moreno Masey, Director at Moreno Masey.

‘Not only will there be sauces and splashes, but also knocks and scrapes. Whatever you choose needs to be robust and cleanable,’

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Moses Nadel Turns Organic Materials Into Textural Wall Hangings and Home Accessories

It can be hard to squarely categorize the work of Moses Nadel: The decorative accessories and wall hangings the creative duo makes in their Long Island studio aren’t quite furniture but aren’t your typical art either. Their oversized wall hangings take cues from jewelry design, but they favor plush materials like supple leather and puffy shearling. This makes sense when you consider the company’s roots: Moses and Lara Nadel met almost 10 years ago, when he was working on a bespoke bag line and she was designing jewelry. “We kind of came together with our roots,” explains Lara.

By 2012, they had established Moses Nadel, where they apply the sensibility of their different creative backgrounds to an array of home accessories, wall hangings, and other bespoke items. “We basically create boutique products for your life and for your body,” Moses summarizes.

The company was founded in Bushwick, but, after the couple welcomed their son, they expanded to a live-work space in the town of Sea Cliff, on Long Island. “It’s our treehouse slash workspace,” says Moses of the setting, which comprises a contemporary turret adjacent to a 19th-century cottage.

Here, the couple works with a range of materials, favoring those

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35 Never-Fail Wall Paint Colors, According to Top Interior Designers

Beiges

Tiptoeing into a richer mineral palette, the beige color family promises pigments that are memorable without being overpowering. Billy Cotton and R.P. Miller lean into wheaty tones, with the former backing Bone No. 15 (pictured above, #1) and the latter choosing String No. 8 (#2) from Farrow & Ball. Others champion the timelessness of refined, shroom-y colorways. Grant Beige HC-83 (#3), Alexandria Beige HC-77 (#4), and Manchester Tan HC-81 (#5)—all from Benjamin Moore—are preferred by Michael S. Smith, Mark Hampton LLC, and Pierce & Ward, respectively.

A designer-approved palette of greige paints

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Greiges

One of the greatest perks of a greige pigment is its versatility within a variety of interior styles—as lucid in a cozy country house as it is in an urbane modern loft. Victoria Hagan Interiors recommends Fog Mist OC-31 (pictured above, #1), a hazy pigment from Benjamin Moore, when in doubt. Architecture and design firms Sawyer | Berson and Charlap Hyman & Herrero advise a more metallic-inspired route, advocating for the paint maker’s Balboa Mist OC-27 (#2) and Nimbus 1465 (#3).

A designer-approved palette of gray paints

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Grays

Cooler gray

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Real Estate Venture Capital Firm Fifth Wall Launching a New Real Estate SPAC

More companies are choosing to go public through SPACs, or special purpose acquisition companies, than ever before. In 2020 alone, more than 200 SPACs completed IPOs, which is more than there were in the 10 years before combined. And although it’s early in the year, 2021 is shaping up to be even more active in the SPAC world.

Real estate companies are getting in on the action as well. We’ve already seen Opendoor (NASDAQ: OPEN) go public via SPAC, and there are several SPACs in the market now searching for a real estate technology company to acquire.

We recently learned that there will be one more. Real estate-focused venture capital firm Fifth Wall is launching a SPAC of its own, called Fifth Wall Acquisition I. Here’s what we know so far and what investors should keep in mind before buying it.

What is Fifth Wall Acquisition I, and how does it work?

A SPAC is a company created for the sole purpose of raising capital and merging with a private company. It’s an alternative way to take a company public. For example, a SPAC called Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings V (NYSE: IPOE) recently agreed to take financial technology startup

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Real estate technology SPAC Fifth Wall Acquisition I files for a $250 million IPO

Fifth Wall Acquisition I, a blank check company targeting a real estate technology business, filed on Wednesday with the SEC to raise up to $250 million in an initial public offering.

The Los Angeles, CA-based company plans to raise $250 million by offering 25 million units at $10. Each unit will consist of one share of common stock and one-third of a warrant, exercisable at $11.50. At the proposed deal size, Fifth Wall Acquisition I would command a market value of $313 million.

The company is led by CEO and Chairman Brendan Wallace, who has served as Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Fifth Wall Ventures since 2016, and CFO and Director Andriy Mykhaylovskyy, who has been a Managing Partner at Fifth Wall Ventures since 2017. Fifth Wall Acquisition I intends to leverage its management team’s experience and target a technology business focusing on verticals of the real estate industry, as well as the adjacent industries that collectively make up the human-made environment that provides the setting for human activity, ranging in scale from buildings to cities and beyond, which they refer to as the “Built World.”

Fifth Wall Acquisition I was founded in 2020 and plans to

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