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Glass Topped Desks: Hiding Your Home Office In Plain Sight

Choosing a new desk for your home office can be a bit of a balancing act. You want something that’s both stylish and functional, of course. If your desk will be in a public area of your home, you’ll also want something that’s small enough for the needs of your space, and subtle enough to […]

Nesting Coffee Tables: A Stylish Solution For Small Space Living

When you’re decorating a small living room, it seems obvious that you should choose furniture that’s on the small side and have less of it. But while it’s important to scale your furniture to the size of the room, sometimes having more individual pieces can actually help save space. Nesting coffee tables are a great […]

A Decorative Couch is (More Than) What Meets the Eye

Most people don’t have the space to have furniture they don’t use. They also doesn’t consider something as big and expensive as a couch as an accent piece. While decorative couches are an accent piece, they’re one that isn’t a waste of space. Today’s couches are beautiful yet workable pieces of furniture that expand your […]

Cottagecore and You: How to Get Ahead on This New Movement

Every century there is a “back to nature” movement, from 18th century nobility creating fake villages to modern wi-fi-free family camping trips. The current iteration you may have heard of in the news is called “cottage style” or “cottagecore.” The name seems simple enough, but the actual lifestyle behind it is much more complicated. Let’s […]

Quick And Dirty Guide To Choosing New Dining Chairs

When it comes to dining room decor, your dining chairs will always be the star of the show. By design, they’re prominently placed, and the part of the room you’ll interact with the most – both with your eyes and your body. This goes double if your dining set is in an open part of […]

Get The Look: Decorating With A Fail-Proof Blue And Gray Color Palette

For a lot of people, all-gray color schemes have worn out their welcome. After all, too much gray (especially if it’s all one shade) can quickly feel muddy and bland; am all-gray color scheme lacks the contrast you need to make your space feel interesting. But if you’re looking to test out your design muscles […]

Decorating With Mirror Frames: Using Big, Bold Mirrors As Artwork

On this blog, we’ve talked about decorating with mirrors once or twice in the past. After all, mirrors are great for enhancing light, make small spaces seem bigger, and take some of the stress out of trying to find perfectly matching wall art. But while mirrors are often great because they blend in, you can […]

Eclectic Style: Making Your Home Reflect You

Eclectic style is often misunderstood and underrepresented. To some, there’s a method to the madness; to others, it’s just madness. It can be difficult to pin down as a style, partially because there is no singular furniture type to its name. It takes from modern and traditional, farmhouse and avant-garde, minimalism and maximalism all at […]

Bring the Cafe Atmosphere Home with Bistro Tables

Kitchen islands and big dining tables have become the heart of many homes, and are great gathering spaces for the family. But doing absolutely everything around your dining table can start to feel exhausting. After all, not every conversation or meal is a formal, sit-down event – let alone an entire-household affair complete with multiple […]

Don’t Set Aside Your Side Table: Using Your Accent Pieces Well

It takes a surprising number of tables to decorate a whole house. But while certain types of tables are very distinct – like dining tables – the language we use to talk about them can get a little muddied. The terms “side tables” and “end tables” in particular are often used interchangeably, but they aren’t […]