People have an instinct to belong to small groups - a tribe, if you will. Due to the growth in technology, this tribal connection has seemingly been lost in our modern society. I believe that we can reclaim those small groups and relationships through design.
Decorating on a budget isn’t about being cheap, it’s about being smart. Make the right decisions that will give you the best value for your money using these simple tips.
Growing tired of your dining room seating? There are endless ways to update it before deciding it needs to go, and a visit to the local upholsterer is a good place to start.
While you are exploring fabrics and color, always consider the use or function of the room and the mood you wish to create. The use of soft neutrals, mid-range colors, and gentle patterns helps to control visual noise and therefore calms the environment. Alternatively, an exuberant color palette with multiple active patterns will bring life and energy to a room.
These days, it seems that barnwood is being used to build everything but barns. More and more, people are looking for a warm, yet modern update to their home or business, and they are drawn to the rustic look of reclaimed wood.
Mattresses last seven or eight years, on average, and Americans spend about a third of their life in bed - either sleeping or trying to fall asleep. If you’re one of the poor souls tossing and turning, or if you are coming up on a decade with your current mattress, it may be time for a new one.
Yes! Vibrant, hearty rag rugs are making a comeback, and they represent the epitome of fashion-meets-recycling.
In today’s mirror trend, we find that hanging artwork, or even hanging another mirror on top of a mirrored wall, can make a statement for the room and the art.
If you feel like your home has an identity crisis and you are unsure of your style, look around you for inspiration and try these steps to get clarity...
The annual week-long Detroit Design Festival in September has been reimagined as the Detroit Month of Design.