In this day and age, it’s good to be aware of what cultural appropriation is and what it means. In terms of interior design, this isn’t only for fear of offending anyone. When a home or business is designed with no consideration of cultural meaning, it can leave the homeowner with egg on their face.Continue reading
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When you think of wallpaper in 2019, it’s probably likely you’re thinking of your grandmother’s old 1960s wallpaper – dated, not with a lot of colors, strange patterns that made sense at the time but don’t make much sense today. While we’ve come a long way from hand-painting wallpaper and printing it with limited palettes, many people still shy away from using wallpaper in their every day design.Continue reading
Happy Holidays everyone! With Hanukkah in full swing and Christmas just around the corner, we thought we’d take a moment to celebrate some of our favorite classic holiday decorations for the home – and to take a look at some of their modern twists. Let’s start! Continue reading
Trying to find a unique, cool, spooky Halloween decoration can be difficult. Everyone has curled ribbon wreaths with spiders in them, it seems. If you’re not going full blown haunted house for Halloween, you may want to put a little Halloween cheer into your decorations. Check out these 5 great unique Halloween decorations that won’t be hanging on everyone’s door this Hallow’s Eve. Continue reading
You may have recently seen an uptick in fringe items on your Pinterest boards or any other design avenues you follow interior design. Fringe is, frankly, everywhere, and it’s a hot 2018 trend. But is it for you? Continue reading
We love summer! Whether you’re outside soaking up the sun or you’re barbecuing, entertaining guests, or just hanging out and reading a book, your exterior space design is just as important as your interior design. Not only is it a space that you may be inviting guests into for a quick burger or dog, but if your yard is a complete and total mess, you probably don’t want to spend any time out there. You don’t need a perfectly cultivated garden to have a beautiful backyard, but organizing your exterior space and making a great entertaining area can certainly help.
Sometimes decorating your space the way you want it comes with a lot of challenges. One of those challenges we know too well is not being able to put holes in your walls if you live in an apartment or rented property. How can you hang artwork if you can’t put holes in the walls? Continue reading
You might have seen some really awe-inspiring black rooms on Pinterest and in magazines. Maybe you’re here because you’re curious how to get the sleek and modern look of those black rooms in your own home. Maybe you’re looking at this blog post right now like, “are you crazy? I’d never paint my walls black! Why would anyone ever do that?!” Whatever it may be, don’t worry… We’ve got some answers for you. Continue reading
Do you have a bunch of artwork lying around? Maybe too much artwork? Perhaps it’s so much artwork that it’s too expensive to buy frames for all of it, or they’re weird sizes or shapes that wouldn’t make sense to put in a frame. While we would normally suggest putting things in frames for consistency on a wall, there are methods you can use to get away with hanging unframed artwork. Let’s look at a few of them. Continue reading
With warm weather finally here, you’re probably thinking a lot about going outside and enjoying your yard. Whether you’ve got adirondacks you sit out on or a deck, you might be considering a fire pit… Or upgrading your fire pit. A fire pit can be just a hole in the ground or something a little more design-worthy, so let’s look at some awesome fire pit ideas. Maybe you’ll find one that tickles you!