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Pros tackle design flaws with inspiration, ingenuity

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Sometimes good fabric just turns bad. Maybe that botanical print, which looked so luscious online, is overpowering the bedroom. Or the textured finish planned for the living room ends up looking like stripes. "Flaws are why people hire us," said McLean designer Barbara Hawthorn. But not all problems require professional help, and Hawthorn offered some tips to help guide home...