Raise your hand if you love the warm, impressive detail of exposed trusses or rough-hewn beams! If your house does not already feature this architectural detail, you may easily and affordably add it to just about any room in your home.
Most homeowners have the basic DIY skills to freshen up a bathroom with simple additions. We have compiled two shopping lists for materials to transform a small bathroom.
Why not freshen up with the latest rebirth of butcher block! This trending design element is the perfect affordable surface to bring interest and warmth to a kitchen or craft room. If you’ve decided that butcher block is for you, there are a few tips to help make the most of your choice.
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.
Today, a neutral color scheme in decorating is not only light and airy colors but includes deeply saturated and sometimes hard to distinguish blackish hues. Black is officially one of the newest neutrals embraced by professional designers.
Here are a few tips for elevating a modestly sized, well-appointed master bedroom en suite that engages all five senses:
What are Textiles? In interior design, the term “textile” refers to any product that’s woven or made of fibers or fabric. Fabric, area rugs, carpeting, and tapestries are all textiles that bring warmth, visual interest, comfort, and acoustical dampening qualities to a room.
Today, most homeowners desire a master bedroom en suite, a quiet place to wind down from the challenges we all face in a typical day. A bathroom connected to the bedroom creates something of an oasis from the daily activities in the common areas of a home. But separation and privacy are only half the equation for creating a retreat.
Bohemian style or “boho” emerged in the late ‘60s as influences from Africa and the Far East became popular in interior design as well as in clothing. The style is embraced by people who appreciate the vibrancy of multiple cultures and celebrate a world view.