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 Bathroom | by Vera Dordick, on August 15, 2018

Look Beyond the Usual Choices for Impressive Bathroom Lighting

Forget the old fluorescents and take a tour of different bathroom lighting styles that are available today. In fact, virtually any style of fixture can be used in your bathroom, as long as it provides the right kind of light and works with the decor. To properly illuminate your bathroom, you need several kinds of lighting....

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Posted in Apartments | by Vera Dordick, on August 14, 2018

Zaha Hadid New York Residence is an Artful Urban Family Home

Reflecting the unique exterior architecture, the latest model residence at Zaha Hadid’s New York apartment building is a melding of art and architecture. The rooms in this 3,000 square-foot, three-bedroom residence by interior designer Eric Cohler are all the epitome of modern streamlined luxury. Hadid’s 520 West 28th was her first project In New York as...

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Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on August 10, 2018

Renovated Pirate Palace in Mallorca Blends the Traditional and Modern

Tucked away in the historic center of Palma de Mallorca is San Gaieta, a 16-century palace that has been transformed into a colorful, comfortable modern residence. Italian architect and interior designer Teresa Sapey conceived and executed the design for the property, making it a totally customized home. The building — San Gaieta — has a fascinating history,...

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Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on August 6, 2018

Terrazzo Flooring Offers Decades of Style and Durability

Designs and materials cycle in and out of popularity and terrazzo flooring is back in the spotlight for many of today’s designers. Flecks of color and a mottled look —not to mention amazing durability — make terrazzo popular for homes as well as commercial buildings. The history of the material goes back centuries but new...

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Posted in Best Of | by Vera Dordick, on August 2, 2018

Do You Have What It Takes for Building a House vs Buying One?

Dozens of open houses, countless showings – and still you’re no closer to finding your dream home than when you started looking. Perhaps just opting to build a house to make sure you can get everything you want is the way to go. Yes, your wants and needs may be completely fulfilled, but the home-building...

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Posted in Best Of | by Vera Dordick, on July 26, 2018

Renting vs Buying a House: Which One is Right for Me?

Should I rent or should I buy? What was once a simple question of renting vs. buying a house is now much more complex. For the longest time, it was assumed that once you earned and saved enough money, you would buy a house because ownership was the dream as well as the most financially...

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Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on July 24, 2018

Use Green Walls to Create a Healthier Environment Indoors or Outside

With society’s growing push for healthier environments both indoors and out, green walls are skyrocketing in popularity. People are discovering that they are a great way to not only bring a bigger, more dramatic dose of nature inside, but they also emphasize the healthy aspects of greenery. While they are currently more common in office settings,...

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