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  • Her clients: Steve Martin, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Arianna Huffington are among the boldfaced names who have enlisted Ms. Ireland to outfit their homes in her signature aristocrat-gone-boho style, which juxtaposes clean-lined antiques and beautifully aged natural finishes with boldly colored global-chic textiles.

    Monastic Fantastic

  • The best thing about the show is Tobin Ost's clapboard-shack set, a well-lighted piece of clean-lined design that makes unusually effective use of Aaron Rhyne's digital projections, most of which are based on contemporary newspaper accounts of the Barrow Gang.

    Wheel This Barrow Out of Town

  • Reliable as a fine Swiss watch, the St. Gallen, Switzerland-based house can always be counted on to deliver the kind of workaday staples professional women crave, and Sunday's clean-lined collection was no exception.

    Luxury Is A La Mode At Celine, Galliano, Givenchy & Akris (PHOTOS)

  • The decorating borders on the monastic, with a judicious selection of clean-lined wood furnishings arrayed like sculptures.

    Monastic Fantastic

  • They like "warm contemporary" spaces that are clean-lined yet comfortable.

    Remodel transforms Reston colonial into a glassy, modern gem

  • Many of the supple silks and cotton fabrics that made up her clean-lined spring-summer 2011 ready-to-wear collection Sunday were sourced from small mills in Japan and elsewhere that craft material by hand the old way.

    Luxury Is A La Mode At Celine, Galliano, Givenchy & Akris (PHOTOS)

  • Think of the variations inspired by the clean-lined sophistication of brands such as Eileen Fisher, namely jackets without collars or buttons.

    Ask Teri

  • There are no bug-eyed groupies lying on the taupe calfskin sofas, nor any music to speak of echoing through the clean-lined industrial showroom, which features the latest subtle-hued collection.

    Fusing Rock 'N' Roll With Fashion

  • After the second world war, young architects finally made modernism the dominant style, successfully arguing that rational, clean-lined, light-filled architecture was needed.

    British architecture: from Georgian to the present day

  • Courtesy Rizzoli/Horst Mr. Baldwin's New York studio apartment, where a clean-lined slipper chair mingles with a Louis XV chair.

    A Real American Hero


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