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Colorblocking Your Home — This Is How You Do It

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    You know that moody-feminine-quirky mix that's, well, everywhere? That was definitely influenced by designer extraordinaire Abigail Ahern. When she's not designing her cleverly chic products, collaborating with international brands, and serving as style ambassador to notable publications, she'll be bringing massive doses of her cool-girl style, glamorous aesthetic, and English wit to R29.
    Colorblocking is a runway trend well-known in both fashion and beauty. It’s taken a little bit longer to filter down into the interior-design world. But, the important thing is it's here now. In fact, it's popping up in home design with some major, innovative twists.

    There are a few simple guidelines to keep in mind so your house doesn't end up looking like an actual rainbow. And, as an interior designer, I'm just the pro to share those with you. Click through for my easy rules and say goodbye to those "landlord white" walls forever.

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