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You submitted your best, we picked the finalists and now it's time for you to do the rest! Starting today, we will post the finalists for the 2018 Readers' Choice Kitchen and Bath contest on the official thietkequancafe+Design Instagram.

On March 6, the launch of Tokyo Gamine’s Ready-to-Wear Capsule Collection took over the alluring outdoor patio at Hotel Zelos’ Dirty Habit. Ginger Babb, Maghan McDowell, Yuka Uehara, Camilla Papale. Photo credit: Drew AltizerL: Joel Goodrich, Clara Shayevich & Navid Armstrong.

Tell us Blu Dot’s origin story.As friends in college we shared a passion for art, architecture and design. After school, we went looking for modern design to furnish our first homes, but the things we could afford we didn't like, and the things we liked we couldn't afford.

An outstanding rendition of classic Modernism, built from the ground up by one of today's most influential taste makers and curators.

1. How did you get your start in design?Looking back I realize now that I always had a interest in home design and spatial design. Every since I was little I would rearrange the furniture in my room to find the best floor plan.

Serendipity is described as the “the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way”. Certainly that holds true for the birth of Armadillo & Co, the Australian-based rug company.

1. How did you get your start in design?I have always been a creative person from a young age, and one that was obsessed with space, composition, color and texture. We moved a few times as a child and I was constantly rearranging/wanting to repaint my room.

The Glee star and her husband Adam Campbell have put their home on the market, and it’s everything you’d expect.

1. How did you first get into the world of design?   I fell into this dream career by complete serendipity. My father worked in marketing, and my mom was an avid reader and very crafty.

Exhibit“RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom”The history of hip hop is revealed in what will surely be a sold-out show for the Oakland Museum of California.

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