If you’re looking for quick and inexpensive ways to give your home a summer refresh, Jill Esteban has you covered! We recently partnered with her on retouching a few rooms in her home while maintaining the modern style and fresh, clean décor she loves—all without breaking the bank.
You’ve just made a great investment buying a new living room set, complete with clean wood furniture and comfortable leather seating. But after a few months of introductions to your kids, pets, and various guests, your furniture is starting to lose its brand-new glow. One of the most frequently asked questions AFW hears is, “How do I clean and care for my furniture?” You don’t have to wrap your furniture in plastic or make your living room off-limits to keep it at its best. We have some tips that will protect your both your budget and your brand new home furnishings.
The 4th of July holiday season means prepping areas to enjoy your favorite festive foods and casual entertainment with family and friends. If you’re looking for ways to make your home ready to host indoor and outdoors, check out our festive ideas sure to compliment any sparklers and sangria.
Imagine bringing the relaxing, airy vibes from the beach into your living room. Coastal design instantly adds a natural and refreshing feel, with uplifting blue hues, calming sand colors, and clean lines inspired by the coast. This décor can help you unwind and transition into relax mode after consecutive hours of work.
If you're looking for simple ways to keep yourself and your kids organized at home, we've got you covered. Small closets are perfect for creating an area for shoes, bookbags, packages, and more.
It’s been said that a man’s home is his castle, so why not go big in refreshing it? Going big doesn’t only have to mean big, bulky furniture. There are creative ways to use sizable, multifunctional furniture in large spaces, and incredible ways to add multipurpose spaces in a large room with smaller...
There’s no need to turn your house or apartment upside-down to create an effective, small-scale home office. Dining rooms and bedrooms are popular places to incorporate compact desks and tables that can be used as workspaces. Smaller desks and stand-up options make impromptu work areas effective and comfortable.