When you’re designing your bedroom, you want to create a bedroom that’s a cozy retreat, but you also want to show off your personality. Here’s how we created a warm and inviting bedroom that has vintage flair and a hint of rustic attitude.
Whether you enjoy a clean minimalist look or adore the more-is-more maximalist aesthetic, the same underlying design principles determine whether or not a room’s design ultimately works. Whatever your preferred style, harnessing the power of these basic principles will help you create a well-designed space that reflects you.
It's August, and that means school season is here. Developing good study habits starts with a place to do your homework. Help your child or teen succeed this year with a designated homework station.
Creating a warm and inviting dining area doesn’t have to be complex or difficult. Here’s how we created a dining room that is simple, elegant, and perfect for celebrations, dinner parties, and the occasional stay-at-home date night.
Knowing how to use and work with patterns and textures that can add character and color to your furniture isn’t so much about how it looks but how it works.
Create a craft space that’s both functional and inspiring to work in! Here’s how we created this bright and colorful craft corner with an industrial twist.
Living in a smaller space can have its challenges, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t entertain with big style. Here’s how we created a room that’s perfect for everything from catching up with friends to hosting a casual dinner party.
A great way to create a look for your home that is uniquely yours is by mixing design styles. This gives you more freedom and flexibility when decorating your home, and the end result is a curated, collected reflection of your personal taste.
When it’s time to decorate your reading nook, think beyond the books to create a cozy space that fits your style. Here’s how we created two completely different looks using the same grey bookcase.
Welcome spring to your home with an inviting, farmhouse-inspired entryway! This light and airy look is a perfect backdrop for springtime blooms but is versatile enough to work well with your seasonal decor all year round.