Mother's Day

Mother/Daughter Decorating

One style's laid-back, the other is dressed up, but both of these homes are filled with ideas. Take a tour of each in HGTV Magazine.

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All in the Family

Just because you grow up with a designing mom doesn't mean your taste will be like hers when you decorate your own home. Designer Haskell Harris lives in a 700-square-foot cottage in Charleston, S.C., that's relaxed and pared down, with a black-and-white color scheme and natural materials. Her mom, Lou, an interior designer in Martinsville, Va., prefers the opposite: Her traditional home is full of rich colors, classic furniture and fine antiques. Check out both houses and see how this mother/daughter duo differ.

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