We’ve all seen concrete flooring in basements, garages, and other industrial areas within and surrounding the home. But in the past decade or so, people have started to realize the versatility of this heavy-duty material, using it for countertops, patios, and, one of the newest trends, interior flooring.
The topic of sustainability in home design can be approached in many different ways.
Architects, builders, and interior designers are encouraging homeowners to consider how they will age in their home when looking at new construction and remodels.
The dreaded laundry room: a place that practically screams “DO NOT ENTER!” Usually filled with dirty socks...
Intentional design goes the extra step of not just planning a great space but intentionally adding details and materials to give a kitchen that unexpected wow factor. With custom cabinetry, everything is possible and nothing is impossible.
These inspiring new and unexpected flooring alternatives will elevate the ground you walk on. Basic floors don’t come close to comparing with these eye-catching, durable, and simply luxurious flooring materials.
The interior design industry is very similar to the fashion industry; colors, fabrics, prints, accessories -- even investment pieces like furniture -- all go in and out of style.
Home staging isn’t a new concept, but it has become an important part of today’s home selling strategy.
Your front door: It’s a first impression, an open welcome to your home. It can boost your home’s curb appeal and set the tone for your home’s style.
No matter the size of your home, there always seems to be a shortage of one thing: storage. But before you go KonMari all over the place and give away 90 percent of your belongings, take a good, hard look at your space. There could be creative storage solutions hiding right under your nose.