Transitioning from discount furniture to styling your space with high-quality pieces can be exhilarating, and incredibly satisfying. Taylor O’Sullivan invites us to revel in her own journey from mass-produced, mediocre furniture, to curated, custom, high-quality home decor.
Here are some of our best-practices for selecting paint colors and wallpapers that work with the tones of your furniture.
Our latest set styling takes inspiration from the iconic living room of Monica and Rachel’s apartment on Friends. See how to get the look or just take a few interior cues from the 90s classic.
Family movie night is a sacred weekend tradition in most households. We asked mom and blogger extraordinaire Rachel Pitzel to share her tips for the perfect movie night at home. There’s nothing quite like a movie night at home – homemade popcorn, pj’s, and the supreme comfort of watching your favorite family films while […]
See our break down of how to mimic the style of Don Draper’s sleek, upper east-side penthouse in your own space.
Get a few helpful hints for harnessing your own design dreams from the duo behind Home Ec interior design.
Creator of the Bohemian Collective, Laura Mazurek, provides a few tips for bringing nature into your decor.
How do you maximize room in a pint-sized apartment? Apartment-sized furniture!
Need a refresh? Here’s a few of our favorite quick and easy tricks to transition your space for a new season.
Variety is the spice of life, so we pulled some of our favorite design pairings to make mixing and matching a little easier on you.
There are a ton of different directions you can go in when it comes to refreshing your space for the new season, but few are as simple and effective as the perfect rug.
Not sure how to navigate the vast sea of details you should consider before investing in a high quality sofa? We know just how to help! Here are the top five design factors you should consider.
Let’s face it, opposites really do attract in love AND in design. Fortunately, there’s an interior design style that celebrates a mixture of differences — eclectic.
When redecorating, it’s important to think of your home as a single, unified unit. Each room shouldn’t have a completely different theme.
Looking to give your space a refresh or even a full on makeover? Your first and most important step is to organize your ideas.
If you’ve never heard of a theme, we’re willing to bet you’ve at least seen homes styled per a certain period, movement, or look.
In many cases, light, more than any other single design element, is what makes or breaks a space.