JUNIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER – New York, NY, US | Jobs

Jessica Schuster Design is seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented and meticulously organized full time Junior Interior designer. We are currently in a growth phase and the position offers incredible exposure to all aspects of the business. The candidate needs to be extremely organized and a self-starter who is comfortable working on multiple projects simultaneously. The Junior Designer will support senior designers, assisting in all phases in an extremely busy and fast paced high-end design firm. This will include attending client design meetings, corresponding with vendors and various trade workrooms, as well as support of research and development of all components

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Best Minimal and Stylish Kitchen Products

If you’re a minimalist, you know there’s no better feeling than walking into a sleek and clean space. One room that always seems to be hard to keep in order is the kitchen. Whether it’s messy countertops or ugly appliances, sometimes these things can make your space look cluttered. To help you get the most modern and minimal kitchen out there, we’re here to help you shop.

Ahead, we curated a list of stylish items you’ll be excited to show off. These range from chic coffee makers to stylish dinnerware and actually useful organizers. No matter what you fall in

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Senior House Dem trashes Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure talks

DeFazio’s frustrations were echoed by several other members on the call. One lawmaker, Rep. Salud Carbajal (D-Calif.) called the current process “bullshit,” and some vowed to work against the Senate’s bipartisan effort.

“I said the whole process seemed like [bullshit],” Carbajal told POLITICO in a brief interview afterward. “A lot of work has gone into this. There’s been a bipartisan effort to really align everything together, and you know it’s just very frustrating and disappointing when so much work goes into this … It is just annoying, to say the least.”

The comments reflect weeks of simmering tensions in the

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Listening to Stone Beings – Architecture

In the mid-1980s, I was looking for a place to live and photograph. A place to lean into, to know in an intimate way. For years, I had been inspired by Henry David Thoreau’s journals. He had the ability to draw epiphanies out of the most seemingly ordinary observations, epiphanies that still resonate today. On a chance visit to the modest coastline of New Hampshire, I knew immediately I had found my Walden by the sea. It is not a dramatic coast in the way Maine can be, but its rough, raw, primal rocks meet the wide sweep of the

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Shoplifting suspect found hiding in bathroom of nearby fast-foot restaurant

Joel Michael Metivier

A shoplifting suspect was found hiding in the bathroom of a nearby fast-foot restaurant.

Joel Michael Metivier, 39, of Spring Hill, was followed out of Sam’s Club by a store employee who dialed 911 on Wednesday afternoon after the Maine native walked out without paying for merchandise, according to an arrest report from the Lady Lake Police Department. The employee followed Metivier who walked into the Arby’s restaurant located across U.S. Hwy. 27/441. An officer found him in the men’s restroom.

Metivier had a large black bag which contained four SoundCore Flare 2 Bluetooth speakers, still in

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The Studio-Apartment Couples of the Pandemic

Marnie and Desi would have had a tough 2020.
Photo: HBO

“We have what I call ‘camp rules.’ When one person goes to sleep, the other person goes to sleep. It’s lights-out,” said John Spangler, who started sharing his 425-square-foot Chelsea studio apartment with his boyfriend, Alejandro Mendez, during the pandemic. For many, perhaps even most people, sharing any living space with a partner over the past year and a half has been an unwelcome exercise in forced intimacy. But the most claustrophobic COVID-19 couples experience of all? Sharing a New York studio apartment, a single room where everything from

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Interior designer to help Rosewood descendants

Living in peace and beauty is the mission of an interior designer determined to use her gift to help descendants of survivors of the Rosewood massacre.

Healing Homes by Design, a company created by Melody Vaughn, will host its “Art, Wine, Design” fundraiser from 5-8 p.m. Saturday at Caffe Sabroso, 404 SE Second St.

Vaughn is hosting the fundraiser to help the descendants of Rosewood to renovate, repair and refresh their homes.

“Our purpose is to bring peace and beauty into the homes of those who deserve it the most,” Vaughn said.

In January 1923, homes of Black residents in

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Brooklyn Beckham Wows In The Kitchen With Impressive Cooking Skills

Brooklyn Beckham has major culinary skills! The 22-year-old model demonstrated his cooking chops in several recent Instagram videos. Just this week, the son of Victoria and David Beckham showed fans how to make pesto pasta, spicy tomato cream pasta and a steak quesadilla. The photographer’s famous mom commented, “Wow!! Looks amazing!” and his fiancée, Nicola Peltz, added heart-eye and fire emojis.

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Democrat proposes boxing out Trump by limiting speaker to House members only

A House Democrat announced legislation that would deny former President Donald Trump the speaker’s gavel.

Rep. Brendan Boyle’s offering would “require that only elected Members or Delegates be eligible to serve as the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.” As it stands now, the U.S. Constitution does not require the speaker of the House to be a member of Congress, though every speaker in U.S. history has been an elected member.

“The Speaker of the U.S. House is second in the United States presidential line of succession. That Donald Trump’s name would even be tossed around as a potential

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The Lumen Office Building / Ryder Architecture

The Lumen Office Building / Ryder Architecture

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Text description provided by the architects. This speculative office development was secured through an architectural competition win for Legal and General, which is leased, managed, and maintained by Newcastle City Council. The building, a 9,300sqm NIA with A1 / A3 use on the ground floor, has been designed so that each floor can be split into three tenant domains if required. It is designed to British Council for Office standards with a ratio of occupancy of

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