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Time To Vote in the Life in Color Competition

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Time To Vote in the Life in Color Competition

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For the last few weeks, our editors have been pouring over the hundreds of submissions to this year’s Life in Color competition, sponsored by Benjamin Moore. After rounds of deliberation, we are proud to announce the 2017 finalists:

Alice Cottrell Interior Design
Brooke Roberson Interiors
Ceylon et Cie
Denise McGaha Interiors
EJ Interiors
Emily Summers Design Associates
IBB Design Fine Furnishings
Jan Jones LLC
Jan Showers & Associates
Laura Lee Clark Interior Design, Inc.
Linda Fritschy Interior Design
Peters Cates Design

Starting today through September 15, you can vote daily for your favorite use of color as an accent or theme by one of these esteemed finalists. And you should feel good doing it: for every vote cast, Dwell with Dignity will receive a donation from Benjamin Moore and D Home.

Be inspired, do some good, and help us celebrate Dallas’ incredibly talented design community—today and every day.

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