Ever since 100 AD, when Romans began installing glass in their windows instead of simply slapping rough-hewn wooden shutters over the holes in their walls, we humans have been obsessed with the way we let the light shine into our world.
After hours of Googling the internet, carefully constructing your Pinterest board, and consulting with your friends, you finally have buy-in from your significant other to update the living room!
In conjunction with spring cleaning, the season that is synonymous with renewal can be the perfect time to refresh and assess your possessions. For starters, you might consider replacing purely ornamental items with practical pieces that make a decorative statement while serving a functional purpose in your home.
It’s not surprising that many of us love the beauty of a birch and its interesting white bark. The tree is found throughout all 83 Michigan counties, from the Indiana and Ohio borders to points north in the UP, touching Canada.
Every year, paint companies and color experts showcase their interpretation of color trends for the upcoming year. For 2022, the trend points toward renewing our spirits and restoring our connection to nature via soft greens.
Designing a home isn’t just about choosing home furnishings; it’s also about you. You may have a passion for art. How do you incorporate that into your design? Selecting items for your home is a very personal activity.
In recent years, lighting has shifted from a design afterthought to the jewelry of a home, a piece of illuminated art. But there is one detail more important than the style, the finish, or the size ― the lightbulbs!
Why not create a lighter and brighter home interior to help you through the gloomy months? Get inspired with some guidance provided by Mary Liz Curtin, co-owner of Leon & Lulu, a roller rink-turned-shopping-destination in Clawson.
Every day, we learn new ways to protect our environment by recycling, composting, and reducing emissions. The appliance industry has stepped up to the task and is letting us know that they are working hard to achieve their sustainable goals now and into the future.
Your mantel, and the way that you decorate it, can provide a quick facelift for the entire room.