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Feeling Blue: Vibrant, Soothing Blue Accents For Your Living Room

Due to the increasingly cold and bitter weather here in the Northern hemisphere, I’ve been feeling a little blue. It’s gotten me thinking about decorating with blue accents. Designers are incorporating blue into living rooms across the country because of its versatility in style and adaptability as a bold-but-almost-neutral color, and today I’ve got a […]

Tasteful Playroom Ideas Both You and Your Kids Can Enjoy

Everyone in the house wants a space to themselves and that doesn’t change whether you’re 5 or 55. Giving kids a place where they can express themselves and go wild is great for their development and creativity, but it often comes at the cost of ruining your decor, even in just one room. But it […]

Get The Look: Turning Cropped Bedroom Photos Into A Beautiful Master Suite

One of the biggest frustrations of working in interior design is that a room you decorate almost never looks as good when photographed as it does in person. It’s difficult to get a good angle of a room while you’re in it (making many interior photos lopsided or oddly cropped), and photography tricks that make […]

Bathtub vs. Shower: Budgeting To Get A Luxury Bathroom You’ll Love

“Luxury” means something different to everyone, whether you’re talking a good meal, a favorite outfit, or the perfect spa bathroom. So while no one can have it all, when you’re planning your next remodel, you can make sure to get exactly what you want. Whether you love a hot shower or a long bath, articulating […]

Tribute To Tradition or Modern Accent: The Many Faces Of Antique Replicas by PolArt and PolRey Furniture

When mass produced furniture first became common, it meant the death of intricate detail work. After all, you can’t get ornate hand carved woodwork without any hand carving. But these days, mass produced doesn’t have to mean simple. In fact, it’s easier and more affordable than ever to get furniture with a really lavish finish, […]

How To Squeeze Extra Seating Into Your Small Dining Room

If you live in a small space, entertaining a group of any size can be a challenge, to say nothing of trying to host a crowd. Being a little shy on square footage presents a particular problem in the dining room. In other areas of the home you can more or less get away with […]

Get the Look: Spookify Your Living Room for the Halloween Season

Halloween is an iconic decorating season, dependent on certain imagery and symbolism to terrify its audience. Enter the skeletons, the pumpkins, the moody lighting, and the black and orange color schemes we’re all familiar with this time of year. But even if you’re full of the Halloween spirit, you still need to be able to […]

Tone It Up with a Neutral Grey Kitchen

You’ve heard about the pushback against plain white kitchens, now get ready for the popular new alternative that isn’t a blasé beige or exceedingly bold black: a grey kitchen. Grey is the neutral you may be looking for if you want a wide range of warm and cool tones to match any kitchen setup, pair […]

Divvy Up Your Great Room: Using A Sofa Table To Redefine Your Space

The great enemy of barrier-free living spaces is something most people don’t think about until it’s too late: the back end of your sofa. Most sofas and sectionals are designed to be pushed up against the wall, which means they aren’t anything special to look at from behind – a big problem when that’s what’s […]

Not Your Grandma’s Pedestal Sink: An Updated Look For A Small Bathroom

Pedestal sinks have been a staple of small bathroom design for pretty much as long as we’ve had the concept of “bathroom design.” And for the most part, the way they’re made has changed very little: a broad porcelain basin perched atop a simple pedestal, with variation mostly in the size and detail work. But […]