Vera Dordick

Vera Dordick

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Vera Dordick is a global communicator, and creative provocateur. She holds degrees in Journalism/Russian and Pastry and has had a life-long affair with creativity. Her dabbling focuses on interior design, including DIY, jewelry, cakes, sugar flowers, and fiber arts of all kinds.
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Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on September 25, 2020

Use Antique Flea Market Finds To Give Your Home One-of-a-Kind Charm

Brand, spanking new furniture is nice, but there’s just something about vintage items that have a special appeal. Maybe it’s the unknown history, a touch of mystery, or even the sense of having been beloved by someone else that makes them special. Maybe that’s why some companies now specialize in making new pieces that look...

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Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on September 24, 2020

Skip the Pumpkin Spice and Change Your Decor for a Real Autumn Vibe

The air turns crisp, the leaves change and everyone wants to get super cozy at home. Freshening up your rooms to reflect the changing season and be more comfortable is a natural desire as we start spending more time at home in the dark evenings and chillier weather. Redoing your space for fall doesn’t have...

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Posted in Architecture | by Vera Dordick, on September 23, 2020

This Vacation Home has Spectacular Lake Views and a Prime Adirondack Location

With a prime coveted location on the Lake George shoreline, this spacious home has all the lakeside luxury you would ever want from a vacation home. The Adirondack region of upstate New York is known as an outdoor playground for nature lovers, populated with “camps,” which is what locals call their vacation homes. Of course, calling...

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Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on September 22, 2020

Get Ready for the Long Autumn and Winter by Making Your Home Cozier

As the days get shorter and the temperatures get cooler, most of us are looking at ways to make the indoors seem cozier. Those who live in areas that see four seasons can easily add autumn elements indoors to mark the changing climate. Making home decor feel more cocoon-ish is also simple for people who...

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Posted in Architecture | by Vera Dordick, on September 22, 2020

This Relaxed Colorado Home is the Perfect Mountain Sanctuary

Nestled in the magnificent mountains near Vail, Colorado, this newly renovated mountain home has rustic luxury galore that will make you wish you lived there too. The whole interior of the home received a major facelift and the footprint was expanded to accommodate two new lower-level guest suites along with a new kitchen and hearth...

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Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on September 20, 2020

Design Accents Are the Little Things That Make a Big Difference in Your Decor

Whether your furniture comes from a local thrift shop or a high-end design shop, your room can look amazing with the addition of unique design accents. From lighting fixtures to unexpected finishes or artsy elements, picking the right elements to accent your decor can make all the difference between a nice interior and a spectacular...

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Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on September 17, 2020

If Your Living Space Feels Boring Try Out These Decor Ideas

Finding new decor ideas to transform your home’s interior can be a challenge because after spending a lot of time there, sometimes it’s hard to envision how it could be really different. We get used to the way things are arranged, painted and furnished so thinking creatively about a familiar space takes some out-of-the-box effort....

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Posted in Architecture | by Vera Dordick, on September 15, 2020

Lush forests and a Water View Are Just a Start for This Brazilian Country Home

A sprawling home in the Brazilian countryside underwent an architectural transformation that took it from a boxy warren of spaces into an expansive rural oasis. Located in Ibiuna, about 100 kilometers from the city of Sao Paulo, the home is surrounded by forests and looks out over a large reservoir. The new renovations have created...

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