{hirshfield’s top 10 blogs of 2013}


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As the year wraps up, I’m looking forward to the year ahead and the adventures that are in store. But before I do, I’m also looking back at 2013, reflecting on what I’ve learned, my personal successes and challenges, to better position myself for growth in 2014.

This is also a great opportunity to look at the Hirshfield’s blogs that readers most enjoyed over the past year, what blogs spoke to you and helped you, on topics regarding interior paint tips or about window coverings. We covered many, many topics—here are your top favorites from 2013.

1) Friday Finds: Gray, Grey, Greige

There are lots of different gray hues, from blue-grays to brown; some even have pink undertones. This blog covers them all.

2) Candice Olson Picks Her Favorite Benjamin Moore Colors

Candice loves nature-inspired colors, from Nimbus Gray to Pale Oak for a warmer tone.

3) Friday Finds: Top 15 Hirshfield’s paint colors

Ever wondered what paint colors are the top sellers? Check out this palette of medium neutrals to see which is most popular.

4) Friday Finds: Radiant Orchid: Pantone Color of the Year 2014

In 2014, this color is going to be prevalent in home décor and clothing, as accent colors and in jewelry. See it here first and determine if it’s a good color for your home and life.

5) Friday Finds: Top 12 Benjamin Moore Paint Colors

For more Moore favorites, these neutrals include a range from light linen white to a darker lenox tan.

6) Form and Function: Window Treatments That Filter Natural Light

When you want to protect your flooring, furniture and art from harmful UV rays, these window treatments are a great choice for your home.

7) Curb Appeal

You only get one chance to make a good first impression – and the same goes for your house!

8) Friday Finds: Revere Pewter hc-172

Revere Pewter gets highlighted in this blog—a light gray with warm undertones, it’s a great transitional color for walls, ceilings and trim and for open floor plans.

9) Friday Finds: Interior Sliding Barn Doors

How can homeowners incorporate interior sliding barn doors into their home? These doors feel whimsical but have many practical applications.

10) History of Gothic Design

Rich and opulent, gothic design has its roots in European religious buildings. Read about how you can include touches in your home.

Thank you for reading and commenting on our blogs this year. We look forward to having more conversations with you in the year to come!

Since Frank and Elizabeth Hirshfield opened their first store in 1894, it has been our mission to do the best job possible meeting customer needs and solving customer problems. Hirshfield’s. People and products you can trust.

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