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Extra Seating for Guests
Extra Seating for Guests

5 Great Seating Options for Hosting (That Aren’t Plastic Folding Chairs)

You’ve invited the whole family over and you’ve just realized that you don’t have enough seating for everyone. Skip the plastic folding chairs—here are five seating options that are great for a crowd, but are easy to store or repurpose for everyday when you aren’t hosting.

Shop the Look: Small Space Living Area
Shop the Look: Small Space Living Area

Living in a small space doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice style or settle for pieces that don’t work with your space. Here’s how we designed an open living/dining room that is comfortable, clean, and bursting with style.

Extra Seating for Guests
Extra Seating for Guests

5 Great Seating Options for Hosting (That Aren’t Plastic Folding Chairs)

You’ve invited the whole family over and you’ve just realized that you don’t have enough seating for everyone. Skip the plastic folding chairs—here are five seating options that are great for a crowd, but are easy to store or repurpose for everyday when you aren’t hosting.

Learn the Lingo: The Difference Between Standard Height, Counter Height, and Bar Height
Learn the Lingo: The Difference Between Standard Height, Counter Height, and Bar Height

Whether you're looking for a new dining set or you're just looking for some chairs, you've probably noticed that tables and chairs come in different heights. When it comes to dining tables and seating, there are three common heights: standard height, counter height, and bar height. Each height creates a different ambience, so knowing what you're looking for can help you achieve the dining experience you want.

The 2017 Pantone Color of the Year: Greenery
The 2017 Pantone Color of the Year: Greenery

How to Get Your Greenery On in 2017

Originally posted on January 3, 2017 - price and availability of particular products mentioned in this post may have changed.

Welcome to 2017! If you've decided that this is the year to switch up the color scheme for your home but don't know where to start, why not start with the 2017 Pantone® Color of the Year? The Pantone Color Institute™, the "world-renowned authority on color," has declared Greenery, a "fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring," the color of the year for 2017.

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for $100 or Less
2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for $100 or Less

Gifts for $100 or Less

Originally posted on December 15, 2016 - price and availability of particular products mentioned in this post may have changed.

GIFTS FOR HOLIDAY HOST | COLLEGE STUDENT | AUNTS AND UNCLES

Give them a gift with stylish details and practical function that they're sure to use. A jewelry storage mirror will help them look their best while keeping jewelry organized, fun bistro chairs provide a pop of color and some extra seating when they need it, and a futon is great for accommodating last-minute holiday guests.

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for $200 or Less
2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for $200 or Less

Gifts for $200 or Less

Originally posted on December 9, 2016 - price and availability of particular products mentioned in this post may have changed.

GIFTS FOR SIGNIFICANT OTHER | PARENTS | STUDENT

This year, give your friends and family a gift that helps turn their house into a home. Give them a spot to watch the game while showing their team spirit, a desk to create a workspace that works for them, or extra storage that's both fun and functional.

We're Totally Crushing Over BLUE
We're Totally Crushing Over BLUE

Originally posted on November 17, 2016 - price and availability of particular products mentioned in this post may have changed.

The color blue is trending right now—and for good reason. This easy-on-the-eyes color is gender neutral, promotes a sense of calmness and relaxation, and is incredibly ver...

Follow the Trend: Mid-Century Modern
Follow the Trend: Mid-Century Modern

Are you ready for a revitalized trend? Originally popular from the 1940s to 1960s, the streamlined look of mid-century modern is making a comeback. Mid-century modern’s characteristic clean lines and iconic tapered legs are simple enough to coordinate with your existing decor while giving your space a sense of sophistication.

How to Bring an Autumn Atmosphere to the Table
How to Bring an Autumn Atmosphere to the Table

Originally posted on September 21, 2016 - price and availability of particular products mentioned in this post may have changed.

Fall is here! The days are growing shorter, leaves are turning brilliant scarlet and gold, and a crisp edge is creeping into the air. Read on to see how we styled this ...

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