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The Hot List 10.18.13

Beautiful boots, a dramatic Goth chandelier (not) only Morticia Addams could love, and help with directions at the Fashion Mall.

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Expert Advice: Vintage Birdcage Chandelier

Sarah Marr-Schwartzkopf, president of Rowland Design, illuminates a light fixture that caught her eye.

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Haute Halloween

Pumpkins swathed in black lace heat up Halloween. Here’s how to create them in three easy steps.

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Wanted: Chairs From Local Landmarks

Own a piece of Indianapolis history: armchairs from Clowes Memorial Hall, The Coliseum, and Bush Stadium, all the product of recent renovations.

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At Home: Martha Hoover's Barnyard

A pioneer of locavore dining is now raising the profile of the homesteading trend.

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Shopportunity: Two Weekend Events Off the Beaten Path

Psst! Here’s the scoop on a pair of hot sales this weekend that you may not have heard about: high-end homethings at Carmel’s Indiana Design Center and a pop-up art fair in Irvington.

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At Home: Danny Moyer's Cabana

A top name in jewelry dials back the bling in his favored hangout.

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Road Trip: Hot House Market in Lafayette

Filled with a darling mix of bohemian and retro treasures displayed cottage-style, it’s like Indiana’s version of Anthropologie—and reasonably priced.

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Expert Advice: Artist's Select Crystals

Tom Korecki of Thomas & Jayne Interior Design on how to sparkle up a room with custom gemstones.

Klipsch exec Paul Jacobs
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At Home: Paul Jacobs's Music Room

Klipsch’s CEO has lived a charmed rock-groupie life. Check out the room that holds the stories.

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At Home: Sarah and Bobby Cooper's Sunroom

Back home in their northside neighborhood of Oxbow, Sarah spends downtime in this open-air sunroom, watching her daughters splash in the pool.

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A Rusted Development: The Inventorialist

Here, owner Kristofer Bowman arranges oddities into quirky-beautiful vignettes. One wall displays antlers, track-and-field medals, a Chinese Checkers board, and more.

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At Home: Barbara Shoup's Writing Room

Shoup surrounds herself with an eclectic assemblage of colorful mementos reflecting the people and experiences that have inspired her.

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Best Laid Plans: 12 Tips on Running a Chicken Coop

Having a backyard chicken coop is no flight of fancy. Here’s everything you need to know to keep your flock happy and healthy—and all of your eggs in one basket.

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Haute Water: Celebrity Designer Jason Wu's Indy Connection

Editor’s Note, Jan. 22, 2013: Four years after he skyrocketed into the fashion world’s very public conscience, Jason Wu—or his design, at least—returned to the U.S. presidential inauguration, again on the form of First Lady Michelle Obama. See here his rise to fame, largely by way of fashion-forward faucets and, yes, clothing the stylish wife of the leader of the free world.