That means design and décor that are homey to that specific person. What is the best way to do this without creating a space that is a jumble of ideas? How do you turn interests into a cohesive, magazine-worthy home?
Homeowners expect a lot from their countertops, whether in a butler’s pantry, a kitchen island, or a bathroom vanity. With so many countertop materials available today, it helps to know some pros and cons of each before purchasing one of them.
Some residential trends show no signs of slowing down, like the deluxe walk-in closets that have become synonymous with luxurious master suites. Now, as many Michiganders spend more time at home and sort through their belongings, this convenient feature has been more sought-after than ever before.
To me, as a lighting designer, the season changes also mean ceiling fans. In my opinion, they are one of the more under-utilized fixtures in a home. Here’s a look at where to use them, how to size them, what to look for when buying them, and how to use them efficiently for every season.
It is especially important to use furnishings that will serve a purpose between these varied open spaces. Designers’ “go-to” favorite furniture pieces are often multifunctional and will make sense in any décor style.
How do we get comfortable using hi-tech appliance features that will truly make our lives easier? Start by following the step-by-step process of understanding each feature and why it will save time or otherwise benefit you.
If you’re looking to add a little ambiance or to give your furnace a break, a freestanding stove will do the trick! Many options are available: wood-burning, gas, pellet, electric, and even corn.