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Style. Grace. Panache. Each month, Inside SCV Magazine features a local home that has all three qualities in spades. Choosing favorites is more than hard; it's near impossible. But after a round of intense debate (Who knew that some of us felt so strongly about chenille fabric?) we were able to reach a consensus.
Beverly Kirk wasn't the first person to own this four bedroom, four bathroom Stevenson Ranch home. But she was the first to really make it her own - in less than a year.
When you host Sunday dinner for 20 every week, your home can't just be lovely to look at. It must function beautifully, too.
Since studying French in high school, I have been enamored with all things French: cuisine, language and definitely French architecture and interior design. When it came time to decorate our Valencia home, naturally I turned to France for my inspiration.
Just off the family room, an inviting patio area offers quiet relaxation with its defined areas for dining, conversation and contemplation. My family celebrates outdoor living year 'round with relaxed furnishings, varied textures and romantic colors.
Spruce up your outdoor spaces with these great tips!
Some people collect stamps. Others, baseball cards. And though the answer to "What do you collect?" is limitless, most often the space to store it is not.
Whether you have a few seconds or a few weeks, we've compiled a listing of Quick Home Improvements that can make All the Difference
Manuela Marino has yet to complete her degree in fine arts, but she is already well on her way to finishing a masterpiece.

For 11 years, the College of the Canyons/ California State University, Northridge student has worked to personalize her family's five-bedroom, three-bath Stevenson Ranch home as only an artist can.
Gina Miles story can be told, at least in part, in numbers. Thirty is the number of years she's been married; five is the number of children she has raised. Greater than five is the number of grandchildren who call her house a second home (there's another on the way).
"Learn to live with it" may be how your grandparents dealt with less-than-ideal circumstances. But you? No. You're a "learn to love it" kind of person. Lucky for you, there are simple ways to turn the house you have into the home you want.
There are cabinets and furniture - dated and generic in style, function and materials. And then there are custom cabinets and furniture, created to serve you and your home for a lifetime.
Designed by Santa Clarita's finest contractors and loved by your SCV neighbors, these kitchens are proof positive that its the most popular room in the house for a reason.
Selecting our favorite photos from 2009: difficult. Borrowing key design tips from the collection: easy.
Red. It's the quintessential color of romance. And, in the home of Billie and Don Hubbard, it whispers sweet nothings in both bold and shy forms.

The cranberry-shaded velveteen fabric that envelops classically-styled chairs in the formal dining room is touched with an Old World addition of handpainted scrolls. An upstairs bar sparks with a bright burst of fire engine paint, a dramatic contrast to the cool black granite that defines the space.
When Ruben Haynes, an interior designer by trade, purchased his Tesoro home five years prior, he knew he wanted the space to radiate the elegance of Europe while still being a comfortable place to relax and entertain.
A Pro's Guide to Affordable Holiday Home Improvements that can be Finished in Two Weeks or Less
Shelley Hann has style, and she's not afraid to flaunt it. The philanthropically-involved SCVian is known as much for her occasionally ostentatious fashions as she is for her good works.
Self-guided Tour on October 18 Showcases 10 Designer Kitchens to Benefit Michael Hoefflin Foundation
photography by Ted Dayton

Maya and Jim Carr's Woodlands home exhibits a refined attention to detail, making it an exquisite example of interior home improvement at its finest.
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