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Eric Piasecki Photography

A lacquer finish will give dark walls a shine that reflects light, keeping a room from looking too cave-like. Artist Maggie O’Neill used glass and a faux bois technique to darken Benjamin Moore’s Blue lagoon paint on the bookshelves of this Washington rowhouse, designed by Hillary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln.

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In this darkest time of the year, it’s tempting to want to hibernate. The holidays are over, New Year’s debris is swept away and Christmas trees are starting to dry up and wilt. So use this opportunity to make your home a warm, cozy place to indulge in some indoor reflection, with moody colors, rich fabrics and a bit of luxury.

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Eric Piasecki Photography

A lacquer finish will give dark walls a shine that reflects light, keeping a room from looking too cave-like. Artist Maggie O’Neill used glass and a faux bois technique to darken Benjamin Moore’s Blue lagoon paint on the bookshelves of this Washington rowhouse, designed by Hillary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln.

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