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Conversation Starting…Conversation Chairs? Our Take On The Tete A Tete

Usually when we talk about conversation furniture, we’re referring to a set. That is, a few chairs, benches, or small sofas for an indoor or outdoor gathering space. But today I want to take a look at conversation chairs specifically. These are a bit of a relic: chairs designed with two seats, that allow two […]

Vessel Sinks: Is It Time for a Comeback or are They Gone for Good?

In 2018, we at HomeThangs said vessel sinks were a fast-fading trend. I think it’s been long enough to reevaluate that statement as we start to see vessel sinks reappear in blueprints for bathroom renovations. Why were they so beloved and then so suddenly scorned? Were they ill-conceived designs, or just a victim of moving […]

Wooden Cutting Boards and Butcher Blocks for Any Kitchen

These days, it seems like everyone is looking to add a little warmth to their kitchen. Adding a wood element is the easiest way to do it – anything from wood floors to barn beams and everything in between. But I think wood features are best when they’re functional as well as decorative. And what’s […]

Clean Up Your Kitchen Visually with These 5 Life Hacks

Like we’ve gone over before, actually saving space in your kitchen through efficient storage isn’t the same thing as making it look that way. You can strip the room down to its bare essentials for a minimalist design, but most people like having stuff and actually using it. Instead, you can balance the colors, lighting, […]

Get The Look: Using A Limited Palette To Get A Professional Interior

If you’re planning on redecorating, chances are you’ve spent a good amount of time browsing, scrolling, and flipping through pictures of all sorts of interiors to find the right look. But as easy as it is to find magazine-worthy rooms you love, it’s often quite hard to replicate them on your own. A good eye […]

Don’t Lose Sleep Over It: Six Ways To Put A Home Office In Any Bedroom

I’ve spent a good chunk of the last year helping people figure out where to put a home office when they don’t have a spare room to dedicate to one. Often the most available and effective spot to do it is right in your own bedroom. Why? Bedrooms are quiet, with doors that close for […]

Closet Conversions: Six Projects To Reinvent Your Spare Closet

I’ve always coveted more closet space. I never seem to have enough of it, and there’s no better way to hide a lot of accumulated stuff – whether it’s clothes, board games, golf clubs, or old paperwork – than behind a closed closet door. Which is why it might sound a little outrageous to suggest […]

Simplify Your Spring Cleaning In 5 Easy Steps

In my part of the world, the snow is finally melting, the birds are migrating back, and the sun is visible for a reasonable amount of time. It’s spring! And for many of us, that means the daunting task of spring cleaning. While there are book-sized guides for getting your life organized now and forever, […]

2021 Kitchen Trends: A Complete Guide To Learning To Love Your Kitchen Again

Whether you’re typically a social butterfly or a bit of a homebody, chances are you spent a whole lot more of 2020 at home than you ever have before. And chances are, you came to the same realization that many homeowners did last year: most homes just aren’t designed for 24/7 full-family togetherness. Worse, those […]

Introducing Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2021: Ultimate Gray…And Illuminating

Pantone’s color of the year picks are always a little symbolic. Usually, it’s a color that feels significant – one that will influence the design and fashion industries, and often has subtle political undercurrents. But it’s also always at least one part attempt at a mood ring for the population of the planet. Pantone leans […]