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Omaha Home Entryway January/February 2022

Dec 22, 2021 11:50AM ● By Sandy Matson

Sometimes we just need, or want, a change. This goes for our homes as well. For some, that translates to a dramatic remodel. For others, a simple splash of new paint will suffice. The beginning of a new year is a great time to start thinking about, and planning, home renovations, big and small.

With so many people working remotely, the home workspace should be a design focal point. You want this space to promote productivity while remaining comfortable. Calming colors in fabrics, on walls, and in artwork can help promote concentration and a sense of well-being. And I can’t say enough about lighting! Lamps add a homeyness to any office, reduce the need for harsh ceiling lights, and are a must for tasks and reading.

This issue, OmahaHome spotlights the Sutton family home, a gorgeous Spanish-influenced abode
in Omaha’s Happy Hollow neighborhood. Jason Sutton felt that itch for change back in 2019, and the talented team at Maison MxM helped bring Jason and wife Simone’s colorful, inspired design
vision to life. We know you’ll enjoy it.

We also have great stories on a fun family rec room, choosing firewood, a dream outdoor grill room, and more.

May your next 12 months be full of new possibilities and achievements, and most importantly, happy times for you and your loved ones.

Happy New Year! Welcome 2022!

This article originally appeared in the January/February 2022 issue of Omaha Home. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.