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At a Hollywood Hills home that he designed, interior designer Christopher Grubb of Arch-Interiors demonstrates how architectural elements can help define living areas and highlight a home's best assets. For instance, Christopher added a wall with glass cut-outs to make the home's entry and living room distinct while bringing sense of intrigue to the space. For more information about the featured property, which is on the market for $1,799,000, view the listing.

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The Goods: Modern Design 101 With Nina Freudenberger

An architect, interior designer and owner of downtown Manhattan shop Haus Interiors, Nina Freudenberger reveals what essentials you need to make a space sleek and contemporary.

Open House: Hotel Chic

If you dream of living in five-star digs like children's book character Eloise, you can bring hotel style into your home with these tips from interior designer Frank Fontana. According to Frank, all it takes is clearing away clutter and adding a little bling and drama. Plus, you can pick up bargain finds from the W Hotel and the Ritz-Carlton at Fort Pitt Furniture. Catch LXTV's Open House on Sundays at 10:30am on NBC 5.
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Interior designer Christopher Grubb gave us a lesson on how to use architectural elements to highlight a house's best assets (watch the video above). Decor expert Nina Freudenberger revealed how to get the modern look  in any room (watch the video below). Design pro Frank Fontana brought five-star hotel chic to a home (watch the segment below). We visited the historic Schiff Estate (see below video) in Mendham, NJ that was once the national headquarters for the Boy Scouts. Finally, we headed to Chicago to check out an $8.9 million penthouse with its own putting green. 

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